ƈɨʋɨƈֆ ʀɛֆʊʀʀɛƈȶɨօռ - Online Education - PreCivics #1
Topic: Pre-Civics #1 (aired September 15, 2018), Host: Cyrellys Geibhendach. Let's explore civics from the Celtic world-view of Nature's Crowd!
In this pre-civics audio course we’ll explore the question of “Can we govern ourselves without a collective understanding of right and wrong? Or in more specific terms Inequity and Justice? This question begins a journey in a prelude to the primary course of American Civics, to examine the contextual foundation of the living culture upon which our governance is established as relates to Nature’s Crowd also known in modern terms as Old World Celts.
We believe part of Restoring America includes resurrecting the teaching of our moral culture and civics for a people who do not understand the values, virtues, and expectations of their own people will be ill equipped to participate in their own governance – making choices that result in profound negative effects upon the lives of themselves and others around them. In restoring America, so too are we restored to memory.
This course is designed to be appropriate for homeschoolers, parents, anyone engaged in the study of American Civics or Celtic American History. The Pre-Civics portion is to be followed by American Civics I & II respectively.
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TEXTS INCLUDED, EXAMINED or REFERENCED in this Pre-Civics exploration:
1. The Counsels of Cormac by Cormac mac Airt; translation by Thomas Cleary (book available on Amazon)
2. The Celtic Triads - “A Compilation of Triads” by John F. Wright. Source: wolf.mind/library/celtic/triads/triads.htm
3. Celtic Values | Imbas.org by Alexei Kondratiev. - explores the values using comparative linguistics. Source: www.imbas.org/articles/celtic_values.html
4. The Basic Teachings of the Great Philosophers by SE Frost Jr. (book available on Amazon)
5. Celtic History: An Interesting Character by Cyrellys Geibhendach. A compilation of annotated excerpts on a Drui named Abaris, assembled from the book The Druids by Peter Berresford Ellis, regarding the legacy of an ancient moral culture as the Old World Celtic identity of America.
6. American Civics: A textbook for High Schools by Fradenburgh – from Forgotten Books
7. The Law by Frederic Bastiat
8. War is a Racket by Brigadier General Smedley Butler. Published by Feral House.
9. Three Rights by Edwin Vieira Jr. (available on Amazon)
10. The Second Treatise on Government by John Locke (available at earlymoderntexts.com as pdf free)
11. Declaration of Causes & Necessities 1775 (American Founding Source Document)
12. Declaration of Independence, adopted July 4 1776 (American Founding Source Document)
13. The Meaning of Our American Creed by Brian Vanyo. Source: brianvanyo.com/tag/william-blackstone/
14. Sir William Blackstone in America by Greg Bailey. Source: www.varsitytutors.com/earlyamerica/early-america-review/volume-2/sir-william-blackstone-in-America
15. Sheriff Mac: Power of the County Sheriff pt 1 (video)
16. The County Sheriff America’s Last Hope by Sheriff Mac (archive.org)
17. The American Ideology by Brian Vanyo (book available from Amazon)
18. Common Sense, Rights of Man, and other Essential Writings of Thomas Paine; 200th Anniversary Edition with an Introduction by Sidney Hook and a Foreword by Jack Fruchtman Jr. (book available from Amazon)
19. Intro to the Brehon Laws. Source: www.libraryireland.com/WestCorkHistory/BrehonLaw.php
20. The Brehon Laws: A Legal Handbook (1894) by Laurence Ginnell. Source: www.libraryireland.com/Brehon-Laws/contents.php
21. Origins of Common Law by US Legal Home. Source: https://commonlaw.uslegal.com/origins-of-common-law/
22. Old World Celt by Cyrellys Geibhendach au Dubhagain do Willamette Aes Dana. Source: thementalmilitia.net
23. The Testament of Morann by Morann, son of Moen (a Pict of ancient Scotland) Source: http://ancienttexts.org
24. A Concise History of the Common Law by Frank Thomas Plucknett. Source: Online Library of Liberty http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/plucknett-a-concise-history-of-the-common-law
25. Herbert Spencer: The Right to Ignore the State. Source: https://thementalmilitia.net/2015/11/27/herbert-spencer-the-right-to-ignore-the-state
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