The Celts perceived the presence of divine forces in all aspects of nature. Patterns of harmony and balance, dark and light, winter and summer, female and male, are woven throughout Celtic tradition. Celtic knots and patterning reflect their belief in the continuity of life, the interconnection of all things, plants, animals and otherworldly divinities. Celtic Mandala 2008 wall calendar presents the magical weavings of Welsh artist Jen Delyth in calendar form. Jen's work is founded in her deep connection to her Celtic heritage. She creates intricate drawings then collages them with her nature photography, further symbolizing the connection to the natural world. Sample Caption: HOUNDS of ANNWN Cwn Annwn - the Hounds of Annwn - are a pack of red-eared, snow-white spectral hounds from the Celtic Otherworld. In Welsh folklore Arawn, Lord of Annwn, rides with his pack of hounds through the skies in autumn, winter, and early spring. Annwn is the Celtic Otherworld, the world behind the veil/mask. The Hounds of Annwn haunt the fringes of this world as the Wild Hunt and are feared to be the Hell Hounds whose baying is heard on the howling winds...