Celtic Lithurgical Index

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Fil.F.
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Celtic Lithurgical Index

Postby Fil.F. » 20 Jan 2015, 03:36

I was studying the old celtic manuscript Auracept Na N'Eces, and the Irish Glossary thats it's of so importance for
the reconstruction of rite lithurgy of the celtic people. It's so hard to investigate the excerpts of this books or
it's confuse in order of explanations. But it's a positive character that let us deliberate about the order and the order of
the elements of that dialetic discussions. The gaelic and latim dialetic gramars it's the inspiration or path for the liturgies.
Show us the role of language in the religion, since we learn when was a child in the forest.

The lessons in the Auracept, based on Ogham, and the manner of speech it's similarly to the hierogliphical language from Egypt.
The reader must to undestand what the examples behind gramar or poetic lessons came to meaning. It's a colection of thesaurus
of indo-european religion by the celtic people. If the reader have this compreension, he will have the notion of the religion of
the celts and separetly the true magic systems, that so many persons think that was lost in the past.

Read the attachment. An index of deciphration, "in hypothesys" of the liturgy intitled "Tertia".
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Tertia - Lithurgical Glossary.docx
Tertia - Lithurgical Index
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Re: Celtic Lithurgical Index

Postby MountainGnome » 25 Jan 2015, 05:23

Do you have digital copies of the old texts you mention as well?

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Re: Celtic Lithurgical Index

Postby Fil.F. » 26 Jan 2015, 23:04

I cannot attach the books for download here, but you can take it from the web site where I obtain the copies.

>>"Auraicept na n'eces" the scholars prime:

https://archive.org/details/auraicept00calduoft

>>"The Irish Glossaries":

https://archive.org/details/threeirishglossa00cormuoft


Good letcures!!!

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Re: Celtic Lithurgical Index

Postby Fil.F. » 30 Jan 2015, 04:15

I cannot attach the books for download here, but you can take it from the web site where I obtained the copies.

>>"Auraicept na n'eces" the scholars prime:

https://archive.org/details/auraicept00calduoft

>>"The Irish Glossaries":

https://archive.org/details/threeirishglossa00cormuoft


Good letcures!!!

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Re: Celtic Lithurgical Index

Postby Fil.F. » 30 Jan 2015, 04:17

I cannot attach the books for download here, but you can download from the web site where I obtained the copies.

>>"Auraicept na n'eces" the scholars prime:

https://archive.org/details/auraicept00calduoft

>>"The Irish Glossaries":

https://archive.org/details/threeirishglossa00cormuoft


Good letcures!!!


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