It is well accepted that the Druids and Celts were all
for framing everything it sets of three.
So when a Druid ask a question, it should not be a surprise
that they seek three different answers.
The Common, Practical, Physical, Physiological, and Sociological side, the realm of the Brehon. Where the answers may be weighted and tallied. Yet it may also have a Religious aspect and or other Occultations.
The Philosophical side, realms of the Bard, Mind, and Awen. Yet it may also have a Religious aspect and or other Occultations.
The Metaphysical side, realms of the Vatis or Ovate, Seer, Psychic and Prophet.
Here Summerlands, the Astral, Conjure and Draíocht, twist and bend the Natural Laws like Mist twisting in the Sunshine.
Yet it may also have a Religious aspect and or other Occultations.
Our Discussion Lexicon.
Relating to biology or living organisms.
Call upon (a spirit or ghost) to appear, by means of a magic ritual.
Implore or without physical efforts force, someone to do something.
One of the three primary arts, the word is used to refer to what we would now call "magick" (in both the simple and the ritual sense). It means "the use of powers to effect ends." Spell-casting, the use of evocations and invocations, the practice of chanting, circle dancing (intended to bring about a particular end) and other arts are all considered disciplines of draíocht.
Transcending physical matter or the laws of nature.
Synonyms: transcendental, spiritual, supernatural, paranormal
The state of being hidden from view or lost to notice.
Relating or devoted to the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence.
Having material existence: perceptible especially through the senses and subject to the laws of nature.
Relating to the branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts.
Relating to or manifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate set of realities or deities.
A religious person religious attitudes or religious beliefs or observances of a chosen religious order.
Concerning the development, structure, and functioning of human society.