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February 13, 2020

Aengus was one of the illustrious and mysterious Tuatha Dé Danann, a mystical race of beings who came to Ireland in the distant past bringing high culture along with them.

In the course of time, this Tuatha were raised to the status of gods and goddesses; though it shou...

February 11, 2020

Grainne was the daughter of the High King Cormac MacAirt, her stunning beauty was legendary across the island. Many high ranking nobles and chieftains tried in vain to secure her hand in marriage.

Enter our familiar hero, Fionn MacCool, leader of the Fianna warriors. At...

February 6, 2020

Aengus was asleep one night when he saw something like a young girl coming towards the head of his bed, and she was the most beautiful woman in Eriu. He made to take her hand and draw her to his bed, but, as he welcomed her, she vanished suddenly, and he did not know w...

February 1, 2020

Irish myths have been told around fires and at bedsides for millennia.

They tell tales of more ancient times; of heroes and monsters, of extraordinary other-worldy places, triumphant feats of warriors, of mysterious sorcerers and evil phantoms, of gods and kings, of mai...

February 1, 2020

Traditionally, Imbolg (or Imbolc) was celebrated on the 1st-2nd February to mark the beginning of Spring and the midway point between the winter solstice and spring equinox in early Gaelic society.

Given the time of year, it is a celebration of rebirth, fertility, grati...

April 13, 2019

Our most popular YouTube video just reached over 50k views!! 

In this video, I talk about the early mythical migrations of people to Ireland from the Lebor Gabala na hEren, or the Book of the Takings of Ireland. 

I share my own insights along the way as I try to unknot...

October 23, 2017

Are myths just fireside stories? What can they teach us about the past and ourselves today? Join me as we explore some the archetypal symbolic meanings attributed the various Gaelic Gods and Goddesses from a psychological perspective, giving meaning to the old legends...

February 18, 2016

Dreams are private myths, myths are public dreams.

When we were young we heard the stories. The legends and tales of old, great warriors, gods, and goddesses - the sagas of Irish Mythology.

But what did it all mean?

This video explores the symbolic meaning of the Gaelic...

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