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The Derivation of Smaug

In my researches as a story archaeologist, I often find myself plundering the same rich, golden seams of ancient Celtic and Norse myths that inspired the imaginations of much greater writers that went before me, notably J.S. 723 more words


Celtic Mythology and Religion by Alexander Macbain

This was a book I happened upon in a second-hand bookstore. I would consider it a small diamond in the rough. Written in the late 19th century and published in the early 20th, Macbain was a Celtic Scholar from Scotland. 195 more words

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Si Jack at Ang Selkie

Isang Ma-alinsangang araw sa silangan ng Dunmore Ireland. Nang mangingisda si jack sa dagat may nakita dugong na nahihirapang lumangoy dahil ito ay nakatali sa lambat at napag-iwanan lamang. 458 more words

Celtic Mythology

The Snake and the Mirror

Duel of Witches

Surveillance duty, Ceridwen decided, was tremendously dull.

The other witches of the gathering, Huldra, Hecate, and the rest of the malevolent brood, had oh so kindly decided that Ceridwen would be in charge of watching over the fledgling witch-girl Tegwen due to their relatively close proximity. 2,011 more words


Si Pancho at Ang Ginto ng Leprechaun

Isang araw sa Galway Ireland ng matapos ang malakas na bagyo.
Lumabas ang mahiganteng bahag-hari sa langit. Ng makita ng mga
tao sa lugar na iyon sila ay nabighani sa ganda nito. 419 more words

Celtic Mythology

Ancient British myths, and a question of names...

Hello all. I wanted to share some thoughts, and also a poser that’s been nagging at me recently. It’s a technical hurdle I’ve set myself…: 1,808 more words

The Snake and the Mirror

Chapter 30

The Viking ships sailed over the water, their rows splashing in the sea as they closed the distance between them and the smaller vessel. 2,317 more words