The Celtic record is fragmented both in terms of an historical sense and
geographically. Modern Celts often keep this spirit of fragmentation.
It is a grand misdeed to see these nations apart; it was not the case
many centuries ago. It is also a great shame Celts fought for different
masters during the Hundred Years War, Waterloo, the American Civil War,
and more recently, in the Hibernian Gaelic fights. They fought each
other for political and religious reasons, ignoring their common
blood.This book attempts to reduce the confusion which currently exists
on the Celtic civilisation and hopes to show where common roots existed
from the start of their migration westward in 800 BC, through to 700 BC.
Times for coming together are here again; cultural rapprochements are
blossoming. It matters not if some of them remain under tutelage of
their past conquerors. They know the spirituality, which is theirs, will