The Celts and their myths, druidry
Fascinating website from Simon James, professor of archaeology and author
of the controversial The Atlantic Celts. Gives the traditional
view of the Celts, followed by a rather different one based on relatively
Interesting and well-illustrated site giving information and links relating
to the burial mounds and other features of the Boyne Valley, including
Howth, Knowth, Newgrange and Tara. Now has aerial views.
The website of OBOD - the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. Information on Druidism, tree lore, sacred groves, Stonehenge - and a magical cyber-journey.
The Celtic Council of Australia
Native American culture and myths
Karen M. Strom, Voyage to Another Universe
Conceived as a web book, this is a wonderful resource for information
on the Navajo.
General mythology (including magazines)
'The Mythical Creatures website aims to give you the ultimate artistic bestiary and the complete lists of all mythical animals and fictional creatures.' A challenging aim, but it's doing well so far!
Website of the prestigious magazine of myth and mystery, which worked
with Joseph Campbell to produce his series of cassette tapes on mythology.
An interesting site put together by Bob and Kelly Wilhelm, who
are influenced by Jung and Campbell. Contains myths and stories, as
well as details of their print magazine, and of their storytelling journeys.
The Joseph Campbell Foundation
Ambitious and imaginative site dedicated to furthering the mythological
work of Joseph Campbell.
Claire's publisher: 'Our main aim is to publish books on the spiritual search, exploring world religions and different traditions in some depth and make them accessible to a general readership.'