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Faërie Enchantments

Here is a wonderful new deck I just received in the mail yesterday. This was a Kickstarter project from last year that was originally supposed to have been delivered in November 2016, but was delayed for several months. 473 more words


Culann's Hound 33: Union

Willingly I would sink down into the house of Hades, O woman like the goddesses, once I had come to your bed.

So speaks the Trojan hero Anchises to Aphrodite, when she appears to him on the slopes of Mount Ida, in the… 2,131 more words


A Crown of Holly

Another entry in the Tale before the Trial series.


The Huntsman gazed down from the cliff that overlooked the smoking entrance into the underground city of Muirias. 848 more words


On Using the Names of Gods

You know how people, some people, take up a “craft name”, or a practice name? Lots of time that makes sense. Tradition requires it, the coven all do it as part of coven practice…you just want to have a craft name for whatever reason. 1,856 more words


Saints and Demons at Brigid's Shrine - Co. Louth Megalith Tour Part 2

The main reason I was in Co. Louth was for Tommy McGovern’s gig at the Spirit Store in Dundalk. I’ll wait until Tommy hits the big time and sell the story to NME. 1,210 more words

Celtic Mythology

Puck you, blank Page

Froud and Lee’s impish Puck is endearing at a glance, but I wonder what others think of his impish smile.  The longer you look at it the more sinister it becomes.   673 more words

Where is our Cù Chulainn now? - Co. Louth Megalith Tour Part 1

This is the stone that legendary Ulster warrior Cù Chulainn tied himself to as he died. Tricked by Queen Medb into breaking one of his geiss (a religious taboo), he was weakened before his final battle. 512 more words