The Word: Welsh Witchcraft, the Grail of Immortality and the Sacred Keys

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iUniverse, 11 gru 2002 - 684
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THE WORD: Welsh Witchcraft and America
By Rhuddlwm Gawr, Taliesin Enion Vawr, & Merridden Gawr.
Introduction by Sarah Llewellyn
Book Three of The Quest Trilogy

Many avid readers have awaited publication of The Word, part three of the Quest Trilogy. This is the most comprehensive book ever published on the practice of Welsh Witchcraft, and is one of the few books that teaches the basic spirituality of the Craft. It discloses why and how Welsh Witchcraft began. It reveals the religious practices and explains the mysteries of the magical rituals. It demonstrates initiation and guides the reader through that ritual as well as the arcane teachings. The Word establishes the claim that Welsh Witchcraft is a remnant of the ancient religion of Hyperborea and Atlantis.

 

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Taliesin, Enion Vawr, is a ninth level Elder in his family’s tradition of Welsh Witchcraft. He was born in North Wales in the 1920s and raised by an aunt and uncle in a small village near the town of Betws y Coed. It was here he learned of his family’s heritage of Druidism and Welsh Witchcraft as he met Y Tylwyth Teg (Welsh fairies) at Fairy Ring near Betws y Coed, and swam with the water sprites in the local river. He spent a great deal of time with his aunt who was an herbalist and elder of the Dynion Mwyn tradition. He learned of the energy of the mountains through doing "Cave Workings" and hiking near Mt. Snowdonia. In 1963 while visiting friends in Bangor, he was inspired to begin teaching the first class from outside the family.

(Taliesin taught the Old Ways until 1992 when he turned over the leadership of Dynion Mwyn to his sister who became chief elder until she died in 1999. Taliesin was responsible for opening up the Welsh tradition to outsiders. His dying wish was that the basic philosophy of the Welsh tradition be available to all through the Internet, and that seekers be given a "Taste of Wales" through home study classes. He died in January 2000.)

Lord Rhuddlwm Gawr and Lady Cerridwen Gawr, of the United States, inherited the leadership of Dynion Mwyn.

Rhuddlwm Gawr, BLA, D.D., N.D. was initiated into the Dynion Mwyn tradition of Welsh Witchcraft in 1966 and is an authority on the ancient Celtic mystery religions. He draws extensively on his Welsh, English and Native American ancestors in relating the various philosophies inherent in the religion of Dynion Mwyn. He is an author of several books, a successful lecturer, and holds degrees in Environmental Design, Naturopathy, Religion, and Computer Technology and is even now completing studies toward a Ph.D. in Psychology. In addition to formal academic training, Rhuddlwm has intensely applied himself to the study of Metaphysics, Occult Mysteries, Parapsychology, western and eastern philosophies, world history, Native American studies, archaeology, and quantum physics. Rhuddlwm is founder of The International Association of Cymry Wiccae, The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg in the U.S., and Co-founder of The Universal Federation of Pagans. He is an elder of Dynion Mwyn and Y Tylwyth Teg and has presented workshops on Welsh Witchcraft and Druidism since 1973.

Merridden Gawr B.A., D.D., is a sixth level high priestess and Elder of Y Tylwyth Teg. She has been teaching Welsh Witchcraft for over twelve years. She holds degrees in Ancient Religion and Celtic Mysteries, and is studying Law. She was born in a small town in the Midwest section of the United States, but grew up in Kansas City where she was first exposed to college life. Merridden draws on her Welsh and Native American heritage in teaching the mysteries.

From an early age she questioned her conservative religious upbringing and eventually rejected it to begin studies in Metaphysics. She met Lord Rhuddlwm in 1986 in Atlanta, Georgia and they were married a year later. Merridden is an Elder of The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. in the United States.

Rhuddlwm and Merridden make their home in the foothills of North Georgia, where they teach, write and raise their daughter, Brittany Ffion who is even now learning about her Welsh heritage.

Their book offers you an "alternative" philosophy, one that gives back your personal spiritual power. Their charming writing style is unique among modern teachers. Using a rare blend of Welsh humor and mystical knowledge, they present complex information in a language anyone can understand. There is something about their words that you can't quite put your finger on, but you will find that reading this book may cause your life to change dramatically. They ask nothing of you other than you open your heart to a new aspect of reality.

Taliesin, Enion Vawr, is a ninth level Elder in his family’s tradition of Welsh Witchcraft. He was born in North Wales in the 1920s and raised by an aunt and uncle in a small village near the town of Betws y Coed. It was here he learned of his family’s heritage of Druidism and Welsh Witchcraft as he met Y Tylwyth Teg (Welsh fairies) at Fairy Ring near Betws y Coed, and swam with the water sprites in the local river. He spent a great deal of time with his aunt who was an herbalist and elder of the Dynion Mwyn tradition. He learned of the energy of the mountains through doing "Cave Workings" and hiking near Mt. Snowdonia. In 1963 while visiting friends in Bangor, he was inspired to begin teaching the first class from outside the family.

(Taliesin taught the Old Ways until 1992 when he turned over the leadership of Dynion Mwyn to his sister who became chief elder until she died in 1999. Taliesin was responsible for opening up the Welsh tradition to outsiders. His dying wish was that the basic philosophy of the Welsh tradition be available to all through the Internet, and that seekers be given a "Taste of Wales" through home study classes. He died in January 2000.)

Lord Rhuddlwm Gawr and Lady Cerridwen Gawr, of the United States, inherited the leadership of Dynion Mwyn.

Rhuddlwm Gawr, BLA, D.D., N.D. was initiated into the Dynion Mwyn tradition of Welsh Witchcraft in 1966 and is an authority on the ancient Celtic mystery religions. He draws extensively on his Welsh, English and Native American ancestors in relating the various philosophies inherent in the religion of Dynion Mwyn. He is an author of several books, a successful lecturer, and holds degrees in Environmental Design, Naturopathy, Religion, and Computer Technology and is even now completing studies toward a Ph.D. in Psychology. In addition to formal academic training, Rhuddlwm has intensely applied himself to the study of Metaphysics, Occult Mysteries, Parapsychology, western and eastern philosophies, world history, Native American studies, archaeology, and quantum physics. Rhuddlwm is founder of The International Association of Cymry Wiccae, The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg in the U.S., and Co-founder of The Universal Federation of Pagans. He is an elder of Dynion Mwyn and Y Tylwyth Teg and has presented workshops on Welsh Witchcraft and Druidism since 1973.

Merridden Gawr B.A., D.D., is a sixth level high priestess and Elder of Y Tylwyth Teg. She has been teaching Welsh Witchcraft for over twelve years. She holds degrees in Ancient Religion and Celtic Mysteries, and is studying Law. She was born in a small town in the Midwest section of the United States, but grew up in Kansas City where she was first exposed to college life. Merridden draws on her Welsh and Native American heritage in teaching the mysteries.

From an early age she questioned her conservative religious upbringing and eventually rejected it to begin studies in Metaphysics. She met Lord Rhuddlwm in 1986 in Atlanta, Georgia and they were married a year later. Merridden is an Elder of The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. in the United States.

Rhuddlwm and Merridden make their home in the foothills of North Georgia, where they teach, write and raise their daughter, Brittany Ffion who is even now learning about her Welsh heritage.

Their book offers you an "alternative" philosophy, one that gives back your personal spiritual power. Their charming writing style is unique among modern teachers. Using a rare blend of Welsh humor and mystical knowledge, they present complex information in a language anyone can understand. There is something about their words that you can't quite put your finger on, but you will find that reading this book may cause your life to change dramatically. They ask nothing of you other than you open your heart to a new aspect of reality.

Taliesin, Enion Vawr, is a ninth level Elder in his family’s tradition of Welsh Witchcraft. He was born in North Wales in the 1920s and raised by an aunt and uncle in a small village near the town of Betws y Coed. It was here he learned of his family’s heritage of Druidism and Welsh Witchcraft as he met Y Tylwyth Teg (Welsh fairies) at Fairy Ring near Betws y Coed, and swam with the water sprites in the local river. He spent a great deal of time with his aunt who was an herbalist and elder of the Dynion Mwyn tradition. He learned of the energy of the mountains through doing "Cave Workings" and hiking near Mt. Snowdonia. In 1963 while visiting friends in Bangor, he was inspired to begin teaching the first class from outside the family.

(Taliesin taught the Old Ways until 1992 when he turned over the leadership of Dynion Mwyn to his sister who became chief elder until she died in 1999. Taliesin was responsible for opening up the Welsh tradition to outsiders. His dying wish was that the basic philosophy of the Welsh tradition be available to all through the Internet, and that seekers be given a "Taste of Wales" through home study classes. He died in January 2000.)

Lord Rhuddlwm Gawr and Lady Cerridwen Gawr, of the United States, inherited the leadership of Dynion Mwyn.

Rhuddlwm Gawr, BLA, D.D., N.D. was initiated into the Dynion Mwyn tradition of Welsh Witchcraft in 1966 and is an authority on the ancient Celtic mystery religions. He draws extensively on his Welsh, English and Native American ancestors in relating the various philosophies inherent in the religion of Dynion Mwyn. He is an author of several books, a successful lecturer, and holds degrees in Environmental Design, Naturopathy, Religion, and Computer Technology and is even now completing studies toward a Ph.D. in Psychology. In addition to formal academic training, Rhuddlwm has intensely applied himself to the study of Metaphysics, Occult Mysteries, Parapsychology, western and eastern philosophies, world history, Native American studies, archaeology, and quantum physics. Rhuddlwm is founder of The International Association of Cymry Wiccae, The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg in the U.S., and Co-founder of The Universal Federation of Pagans. He is an elder of Dynion Mwyn and Y Tylwyth Teg and has presented workshops on Welsh Witchcraft and Druidism since 1973.

Merridden Gawr B.A., D.D., is a sixth level high priestess and Elder of Y Tylwyth Teg. She has been teaching Welsh Witchcraft for over twelve years. She holds degrees in Ancient Religion and Celtic Mysteries, and is studying Law. She was born in a small town in the Midwest section of the United States, but grew up in Kansas City where she was first exposed to college life. Merridden draws on her Welsh and Native American heritage in teaching the mysteries.

From an early age she questioned her conservative religious upbringing and eventually rejected it to begin studies in Metaphysics. She met Lord Rhuddlwm in 1986 in Atlanta, Georgia and they were married a year later. Merridden is an Elder of The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. in the United States.

Rhuddlwm and Merridden make their home in the foothills of North Georgia, where they teach, write and raise their daughter, Brittany Ffion who is even now learning about her Welsh heritage.

Their book offers you an "alternative" philosophy, one that gives back your personal spiritual power. Their charming writing style is unique among modern teachers. Using a rare blend of Welsh humor and mystical knowledge, they present complex information in a language anyone can understand. There is something about their words that you can't quite put your finger on, but you will find that reading this book may cause your life to change dramatically. They ask nothing of you other than you open your heart to a new aspect of reality.

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