Who were the Celts and what do we know of their beliefs, customs, and traditions? What were their relationship to the Druids and what was the role of these mysterious mystics of antiquity?
This talk will examine the Ancient Wisdom of the Celtic people through reference to the writings of HPB and other Theosophical writers alongside contemporary studies into Celtic traditions and practices. It will further discuss the role of mythology and storytelling in the transmission of the Ancient Wisdom and how these invaluable tools continue to benefit our society in the world today.
Luke Michael Ironside is a Theosophical lecturer and writer from the UK and a member of the Theosophical Society, Adyar. He has lectured at lodges in India, the Philippines, and the UK, and has written for various Theosophical journals around the world. He formerly served as the President of the Pranava Lodge of the Theosophical Society in the Philippines, where he was a regular lecturer at the National Headquarters, and in 2018 was a speaker at the 142nd International Convention at Adyar. Luke works closely with various Theosophical groups around the world and is an editor of the Theosophical Vector, the magazine published by the international Theosophical publishing house, ALBATROSS. At present, Luke is serving as the Director of the Virtual Centre of Theosophical Studies.
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