The Celtic Knot

A celtic knot is always made of one, long thread-the thread of life. The Celts believed that the human soul was a fragment of the divine which would ultimately return to it's divine source. It would rid itself from all impurities through successive rebirths (reincarnation), until it reached perfection.

The interlaced knotwork patterns, with their unbroken lines, symbolize the process of mans spiritual growth.

Celtic Knotwork

Knotwork - Origin & Meaning

Knots - Draw Your Own

Eight Basic Knots

Knotwork Examples

Basic Knotwork

Celtic Artwork
Free fonts, clip art and links to much more

Celtic Information & Fun

Celtic Links
The Encyclopedia of the Celts
Very informative
The Celtic Wheel of Life
A Celtic calendar
The Celtic FAQ
Very informative; full of helpful definitions, etc.
Celtic Deities
In-depth explinations of the Celtic deities
The Celtic Ray
An online Celtic magazine
The Celtic Corner
Great Celtic resources
Celtic Festival
Celebrate Celtic pride
Celtic music archive
Celtic Images
An index of Celtic and Irish images
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