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On 2/27/2019 at 2:05 AM, TheDruid-3X3 said:

The ones that are Fraudulent certainly Charge a Fee as Harry Houdini revealed with his Investigations into Occult Fraud.

But I feel that Charging for a Reading somehow Taints the Spirituality and Sanctity of the Reading.

So I do my Readings to Promote the Spiritualities of Ancient Celtic Culture of the Isle of Man as well as Celtic Drudism.

 

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Did Manannan visit Canada much?  I thought that Canada was more grounded in Inuit traditions and that of the invading European cultures.

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11 hours ago, mojomonkey said:

Is that like heads or tails?

Yes.  Just refer to the Instructional Links I posted about I-Ching Coin Toss Divinations.

 

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8 hours ago, manxman1980 said:

Did Manannan visit Canada much?  I thought that Canada was more grounded in Inuit traditions and that of the invading European cultures.

No - It was Leaf Erickson who succeeded in making the Trip across.

 

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On 3/21/2019 at 1:24 AM, TheDruid-3X3 said:

No - It was Leaf Erickson who succeeded in making the Trip across.

 

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Norse....  not Celtic.

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5 hours ago, TheDruid-3X3 said:

The Ancient Norse had their Celtic Paganism of their own too.

 

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Norse aren’t/weren’t Celtic in ethnic or cultural origins, or beliefs. You really are very confused.

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6 hours ago, TheDruid-3X3 said:

The Ancient Norse had their Celtic Paganism of their own too.

 

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And you feel qualified to give card readings... :lol:

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The Vikings had their Paganistic Pantheon of Gods & Goddesses and paid Respects to the Changes of the Seasons just as the Celts did.

But their Societies Worshiped Gods who embodied their Culture of Adventuring Out and Conquering others.

 

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I think I see the problem...

The Norse who invaded and then settled on the Isle of Man adopted some of the local traditions overtime.

The House of Mannanan actually tells the story of how the women of the Island would continue to teach their "Norse" children the old Manx stories.

The two cultures became entwined.

As for the Norse that made it to the Americas the chances are they had never been to the Island and would have brought their Norse gods and mythology (not Celtic).

There are similarly between many religions especially linked to the changing seasons because they were once central to life.  A good harvest had to see a village through the winter.  

Then you have some of the major religions adopting pagan/Celtic customs and celebrations.  Christianity for instance adopted many pagan/Celtic traditions.  Christmas and Easter being the obvious 

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22 hours ago, Neil Down said:

And you feel qualified to give card readings... :lol:

I'm still wondering how one becomes qualified to do this.

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13 hours ago, Bobbie Bobster said:

I'm still wondering how one becomes qualified to do this.

It's fairly easy. If you have a soul, you can connect with the spiritual dimension.

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But how does one become qualified in making shit up?


Creative writing course certificate, maybe?

 

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