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Ireland’s Síle na Giġ | An encyclopedia of all the Irish Sile na Giġ

A comprehensive catalogue of all the Shella na Gigs in Ireland with maps, photos and detailed descriptions. Source: Ireland’s Síle na Giġ | An encyclopedia of all the Irish Sile na Giġ

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The Fairy King’s advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

Early Medieval, fair king, poem, trees Source: The Fairy King’s advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

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Turlough’s Tale is on pre-order!

Turlough’s Tale is a short story set about ten years before Legacy of Luck, book 3 in The Druid’s Brooch Series. . After his wife dies in childbirth, Turlough decides his children will be better off with their aunt. He

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The Celtic Fire Festival of Lughnasadh

I wish everyone a blessed and fruitful Lughnasadh!   Lughnasadh is a Celtic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season that was historically observed throughout Ireland & Scotland. Source: The Celtic Fire Festival of Lughnasadh

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Call of the Morrigú is LIVE!

  RELEASE DAY!!!   Call of the Morrigú is now LIVE and ready to go! It’s on sale just through the weekend, so get your copy now before the price goes back up! . Would you dare rouse a goddess?

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Call of the Morrigú Release Party!

Two more days until release day! I’m stoked and ready for the Call of the Morrigú Release Party on Facebook! (July 19th at 7-10:30pm Eastern Time.) . Don’t worry – it’s an online party. All you have to do is

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Six ancient myths from the Scottish islands – The Scotsman

From rock-dwelling giants to mermaids and seals who steal the hearts of local women, Scotland’s islands are still alive today with tales of their supernatural pasts. Source: Six ancient myths from the Scottish islands – The Scotsman

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Solstice Blessings! – Philip Carr-Gomm

A Poem for the Solstice… The Arrival of the Past You wake wanting the dream you left behind in sleep, water washing through everything, clearing away sediment of years, uncovering the lost an… Source: Solstice Blessings! – Philip Carr-Gomm

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Midsummer’s Eve in Ireland – thefadingyear

Midsummer’s Eve- 21 June; A hundred years ago, and for many centuries before, Midsummer’s Eve was celebrated throughout Ireland on the 23 June, that is, on Saint John’s Eve. The bonfire was central… Source: Midsummer’s Eve in Ireland – thefadingyear

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Living Liminally: An Amadán na Bruidhne – The Fairy Fool

Source: Living Liminally: An Amadán na Bruidhne – The Fairy Fool

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