Celebrate! It's the
latest Celtic Guide!
It's November already and here is our 35th issue of Celtic Guide - another good one, of course. Seems our authors can twist a theme into the most interesting of stories. This time out the theme is "Celebrations." Just click on the cover to your left and it will take you to the newest issue, and to all the 2014 issues. ALL earlier issues can be accessed using the tabs above for 2012, 2013 and 2014. Plus there is free Celtic music to listen to, with some new stuff being added.
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We began out third year with 42,082 website hits on our counter and have jumped to 59.217 as of this November upload. Also, we just went over 14,000 Facebook 'likes'! Wow-zee!
And, we're about to enter our fourth year!
Some recent developments include your friendly editor and chief, Jim McQuiston, being nominated as a "Fellow" in the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. This group of historians began in 1780 and is the oldest such group in Scotland. By the end of November we'll know if he makes it in.
Also, Jim will most likely be part of a panel of speakers, in 2015, who will appear in larger cities to speak on various subjects, but most especially on Templar Treasures in America. Stay tuned for more information on this.
PLUS: We will be adding a few music videos and song files from the new album by Austria's Celtic music great, SEM (Sandra Elizabeth Mae). Wait'll ya hear them.
We've had authors from the U.S., Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. With this, we are covering pretty much the entire Celtic World in some respect or another. We've also been helpful to groups in South Africa, South America, and Romania, with their own Celtic-Norse-Pict projects. In December, we'll add Austria!
This November issue is our 35th issue – all of them celebrating Celtic heritage, and all available free using the tabs above.
We certainly hope you enjoy our all-volunteer efforts!