Unofficial Mirror Site
IMBAS (pronounced 'im-bus') is an Old Irish word meaning 'poetic inspiration'. IMBAS is an organization that promotes the spiritual path of Senistrognata, the ancestral customs of the Celtic peoples. It is a path open to Pagans, Christians, and Agnostics alike. Please feel free to read the IMBAS Mission Statement.
IMBAS was originally incorporated as a Non-Profit Corporation in the State of Washington, but has not been active for several years now. The official site is still maintained in its original format at www.imbas.org. This unofficial mirror site is hosted by Tegos Skrībbātous, which is unaffiliated with IMBAS. The purpose of this mirror to assist in preserving the IMBAS archive of articles as well as to present them in an updated web format.
Articles Available on this Site:
- Basic Celtic Deity Types
- Celtic Deities
- Celtic Links
- Celtic Mythological Texts
- Celtic Values
- The Elements of the Dúile
- An Essay on Sacrifice
- The Excellence of Ancient Word
- Foclóir Draíochta - Dictionary of Druidism
- Following A Celtic Path
- An Irish Myth Concordance
- Lá Fhéile Bríde (Iombolg) Ritual
- Modern Irish words for prayer, invocation, blessing, etc.
- Neocelts: A Modern Celtic Religion
- Ninth Wave: Song of Aimirgen
- A Pagan's Guide to Dublin
- Power and Landscape in Ireland
- Quick Reference List for Irish Druidic Symbolism
- Related Religions
- Samhain: Season of Death and Renewal
- Takin' It All Home: Translating Our Ritual Structure to Personal Space
Articles Available Elsewhere:
- Animal Symbolism in Celtic Mythology
- The Cauldron of Poesy
- Celt?: A Letter by Alexei Kondratiev
- Celtic Law - A Short Summary
- Celtic Religion - What Information Do We Really Have?
- Every Ogham Thing on the Web
- A Guide to the Druids and Celtic Spirituality [Editor's note: The original hyperlink for this site is dead and not found in the Internet Archive (http://www.wildideas.net/cathbad/druid.html)]
- Imbas Forosnai by Nora K. Chadwick
- Stones of Ireland
- What We Don't Know About the Ancient Celts
Please visit www.imbas.org for copyright details. This mirror site is maintained by Tegos Skrībbātous, which does not claim any copyright over IMBAS organization content.
Background image for this mirror site is derived from Michal Osmenda's photo found at Wikimedia Commons and is licensed under CC-BY-SA-2.0, a form of copyleft.