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King Arthur: The Making of a Celtic Hero-God

This is the first blog in a series of blogs exploring the symbolic, spiritual and archetypal aspects and meanings of the sacred sword Excalibur and the scabbard in which it rests ready for battle.   827 more words

Politics

EVERYDAY IS A BEAUTIFUL DAY

Fireside Chat  — What person whom you don’t know very well in real life — it could be a blogger whose writing you enjoy, a friend you just recently made, etc. 852 more words

Humor

Wedge Tombs

The wedge tomb is an exclusively Irish phenomenon, although there is some resemblance to the galley graves found in Brittany, implying its cultural transmission northwards along the age-old Atlantic sea route from Armorica to Ireland. 878 more words

Ireland

Shivers: 9 Dark & Twisted Tales by Heather R. Blair

Twisted, dark, chilling, a bit of fun, some romance, and a whole lot of love! Heather’s characters feel real. Even the supernatural ones. Especially the supernatural ones! 142 more words

Review of 'The Very Best of Charles De Lint' by Charles De Lint

Charles De Lint is the most rare of authors within the fantasy genre…he is unique. In style, in language, in plot, in the very fabric of his tales which straddle Ottawa and the faerie realm. 843 more words

Fiction

Navigating life transitions - how do you get it right?

Part of my work in the last year that will continue into 2015 involves offering motivational therapy over the phone for Oxfordshire residents that have become stuck in an unhealthy physical and emotional rut and are generally feeling powerless to take a new direction. 396 more words

Blood in Fire, Celtic Elementals Book 2 by Heather R. Blair

I took another vacation to Ireland courtesy of Blair airlines. Can’t beat the prices, especially since we traveled to the past. Eleven hundred years…! Kudos to Heather R. 459 more words