The Avalon Mystery School is a website dedicated to Western esoteric wisdom and, in particular, Celtic magical traditions. Its creator is Mara Freeman. She offers articles, books, retreats and courses.
CELT, the Corpus of Electronic Texts, is Ireland's longest running humanities computing project. It brings the wealth of Irish literary and historical culture to you on the Internet for all interested.
The Celtic Council was formed as a peak body for Celtic community organizations. It publishes an academic journal, in cooperation with Celtic Studies at University of Sydney—The Australian Celtic Journal.
Celtic Women International (CWI) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to recognizing the contribution that Celtic women have made to the world. CWI is governed by an elected board of directors.
Celtica is the School of Celtic Studies’ peer-reviewed journal. It covers linguistics, literature, manuscript studies, textual criticism, history, law, dialect studies and onomastics.
Éigse is devoted to the cultivation of a wide range of research in the field of Irish language and literature, showcasing unpublished texts in prose and verse ranging from Old Irish down to the modern.
Gaelic Matters is a website that talks about Gaelic Scotland and Ireland, including information on the languages, symbols, religion, festivals, customs, traditions, sports, music, food and more.
IMBAS (pronounced 'im-bus') is an Old Irish word meaning 'poetic inspiration'. IMBAS was an organization that promotes the spiritual path of Senistrognata, the ancestral customs of the Celtic peoples.
The New World Celts is a platform that promotes Celtic history and culture. Its archive showcases histories of the Celts in the New World along with references to their roots and culture in the old.
Timeless Myths is a website that covers classical, Norse and Celtic mythologies as well as Arthurian legends. Celtic myths on this website are categorized as Celtic Cycles, Otherworld and Warrior Society.