The Culdees were a loose-knit group of early Christians whose habits echoed those of the Essenes. This book explores their possible links with the Middle East and their philosophy of living close to nature. Often they secluded themselves in remote places, some of which have archaeological remains. In fact, their tradition continues in some form today with this organisation. In full colour, the author hopes it whets your appetite to research more into the roots of Christianity in Scotland and other countries nearby.