An epic Celtic fantasy weaving together Nordic mythology, adventure,
mystical wisdom, and unforgettable characters caught up in colossal
events of history. The historical figures in this saga include Saint
Patrick, Attila the Hun, and the druids of Ireland.
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The Roman Empire is in ruins and civilization is sinking back into barbarism. The noble
Celtic druids have been decimated by the Emperor's legions, but one remains. His task is
to be a catalyst at this juncture of history when darkness threatens to overshadow the
world. In the East, the darkness has a name -- Attila the Hun. From the lands of ice, the
Vikings wreck havoc on the island peoples. But so do their gods, Odin and the warriors
of Valhalla. A Roman centurion is shipwrecked on a mysterious isle and encounters a
druid's daughter, shimmering with beauty and mysterious talents. Fate will take them into
the depths of the Celtic Otherworld and across the continents to change the course of
They join forces with Patrick the Briton, some day to be known as Saint Patrick, who
faces the forces of darkness on his mission to the Celtic isles. The humble monk with mystic powers faces his enemies led by Lochru, chief magi of the High King of Eire, and
Coroticus, the pirate ruler of Dumbarton.They seek the holy man's death at all cost in an
ultimate encounter foretold from ancient days and known as Ragnarok, the Day of Destruction.
The massive stone stood at the top of a secluded hill in the shadows of a
gargantuan oak tree whose branches fanned out across the sky like an exotic bird
of the East. The dolmen had been placed there in unrecorded ages when the druids
ruled the land. It had been the sight of unspeakable mysteries when distant stars
aligned with the obelisk and set in motion powers within the stone. The megalith
was a silent witness to a time when initiates knew of forces beneath the earth
containing the key to the secrets of the universe.
Hidden schools from the four corners of the world had received and passed on
such knowledge. Mayan priests, the Chaldeans of Assyria, the Magi of Persia, the
High Priests of Egypt, the students of Pythagoras had all partaken in the
life-giving learning which had come down from a source beyond the sun. The
druids were the last to know these secrets and had kept them alive through an oral
teaching which had left no trace in the outer world. The depths of their spiritual
treasures were hinted at by the remnants of temples such as the one found on the
plains of Salisbury by the river Avon, known to history as Stonehenge.