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    Re: A Question On Animals In Druidry

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    Most of the evidence is hidden in Folklore, there are several stories that go into late 1300 to early 1400's. You will general only find these reference in universities but they do exist.

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    I've still got access to pretty extensive university resources, but there's nothing about Mileson Druids that I can see. Can't you point us in a more specific direction please?
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    Re: A Question On Animals In Druidry

    Quote Originally Posted by Tylluan Penry View Post
    I've still got access to pretty extensive university resources, but there's nothing about Mileson Druids that I can see. Can't you point us in a more specific direction please?
    It would be the Son of Mil, Mileson is more a general term used by me and my old group, I should really watch that. It was easier to say Milson then Son of Mil. The Son of Mil which is the last conquering Celtic tribe who conquered the Tuatha de Dannan.

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    Re: A Question On Animals In Druidry

    I was confused too, until I googled it and it's the Milesians, and then it all made more sense.

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    Are you relying on Petrie's work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylluan Penry View Post
    Are you relying on Petrie's work?
    No,

    Unfortunately, I lost all my reference material over the years and specific have been becoming hard and harder to recall. My X wife took my last binder and was left with only random stuff I had stored online, but that was mainly my own ramblings and not the references, I will be getting more material as I settle back down and get back to making the reference to the specific stories, I have not had a need for them for over 10 years now. For know all I can say is that it is their, you just have to hunt for it. I will be hunting again for them myself soon. I want to have my own collection back.

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    You're sure the sons of Mil were really Celtic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylluan Penry View Post
    You're sure the sons of Mil were really Celtic?
    That can be debated on if they were when they first conquer the Dannan or if they were assimilated later on. It depends if you take their origin from pre-Rome Spain or from Egypt. However, by the time the Christian faith came to the isles they certainly were.

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    That can be debated on if they were when they first conquer the Dannan or if they were assimilated later on. It depends if you take their origin from pre-Rome Spain or from Egypt. However, by the time the Christian faith came to the isles they certainly were.
    This is all rather vague for the discussion really. Maybe a couple of suggested dates and sources would help us???
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    Re: A Question On Animals In Druidry

    Now it sounds like the story of the Britons and how they fled from Troy to found parts of the dynastic influences on England coupled to the tales of the Templars and their great fleet and its treasure that might have gone into Scotland or Ireland.
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