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A megalith in the etymological sense is a large stone which has been set, on its own or with other stones, to create a manmade monument. There is nothing random about these monuments, they are positioned to face a certain direction, they use energy currents, and they are part of a larger whole on a regional, national or even continental scale. For example, if all the megaliths across Europe are seen as constellations, together they form a veritable star chart, a fact most non-initiates remain unaware of. Standing stones are found all over the world, and most were put in place between 5000 and 2000 BC, although in Western Europe their major development occurred in the third millennium BC. This was the Neolithic era, a prehistoric age when humans began to settle, construct villages, grow crops and raise animals. It was part of what we call the Stone Age, after which followed the Bronze Age and later still the Iron Age, which was the period when the Gauls arrived.

02/03/2019 - Learn more...
Brittany is a Celtic region… Yes, but what does that mean? The Celtic culture evokes for each of us numerous images, legends and sounds, but it becomes harder when we try to describe its real connections with Brittany more precisely. What is Celtic and what is Breton? Historical, geographical and cultural confusions abound and they have been further disseminated by popular culture, the prime example being the adventures of Asterix and his village of indomitable Gauls, set in what is now Brittany. In the story, menhirs and dolmens are part of everyday life and appear to be the sole preserve of the inhabitants of the Atlantic coast. But in reality, menhirs and dolmens have been found all over Europe and do not date from the Gallo-Roman era but rather from the Neolithic period, which was several millennia earlier.

15/09/2018 - Learn more...
Since the beginning of mankind, the sky has been the first tool used to gain knowledge, and Albert Einstein is said to have referred to astrology as the mother of science. Just as Chinese astrology can differ from ‘ours’ – that is, the astrology we are familiar with in Europe, with the 12 signs of the zodiac, which in fact comes from Egypt – Celtic astrology is also distinct. It starts from the idea that each person’s life broadly follows a sort of storyline which is set out in their solar birth story or ‘myth’, itself associated with one of the 36 constellations of Celtic astrology. Each of the 36 signs has a myth or legend, in which a person must become immersed in order to fulfil their destiny... Knowledge, thousands of years old, first birthed by the megalith makers and later taken up by Celts, exclusively passed on through word of mouth, by the Druids and the initiated few.

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