Are you a fellow Celt wanting to find like minded people? Does your pagan path involve the Celtic faith? Then come and join the Walk of the Celts. This group is meant to bring those who wish to talk about intricate topics of the Celtic faith, and gain information that will help with their pagan path. This group is a place of safety and comfort, and being goofy is always good medicine for the soul. This group is specifically targeting topics of the Celtic Religion. If you enjoy or are intrigued by the Celts, then take the hand and join the Walk of the Celts.
Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2018
1. Swearing is fine, but no derogatory terms or hazing, picking, fighting whatsoever with other people.
2. No belittling of other people's beliefs. There are many paths within the Celtic faith, and we are united through the learning and teachings of others. Diversity should be harmonious.
3. This group is a safe place of contemplation and learning. Let's all keep it that way. This group is only as strong as those who are in it so let's be supportive of one another.
4. No solicitation whatsoever. This place is not meant for advertisements. Making a group and spreading the word or letting people know you have a shop or a book etc. is okay, but no direct advertising.
5. there is no right or wrong. There is opinion.
6. Discussion board is free for anyone to add onto, post, and reply, but see rules 1-4.
7. Love is what swells the heart. Hatred is what breaks it. No hate.
I will keep this updated every now and then.
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