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Ogham-Tinne (Holly)

Harvesting the essence from my Tinne ogham stave earlier was a powerful experience. Tinne is Unconditional Love, Balance.

Tinne  can be experienced as the love of a mother, or a very masculine love. 194 more words


Fate of the Lir-Brood...


Finnola, once my pride and joy

Dark Aedh, of adventures bold

Bright Fiachra, gentle, playful boy

Little Conn, with curls of gold.


The Crafty-Ones met to choose their Chieftain. 157 more words


IRISH RAMBLINGS #37: "Homeward Bound Again"

My second of 10 sojourns to Ireland was a summer-long storytelling tour of the island that was certainly one of the highlights of my life. I kept copious journals recording my remarkable experiences. 1,447 more words

Kevin Keelan

A Self-Indulgent Army?

Good Evening.

The Clumpany hopes that it finds you well.

Anyway, about that Green Brigade statement… 😉


Following the club statement on Friday, we take this opportunity to accept full responsibility for both the pyrotechnics display to celebrate the achievements of the Lisbon Lions at the Hearts match in May, and our ‘Brendan’s Undefeated Army’ tifo during the match against Linfield on Wednesday evening. 1,217 more words

Scottish Football

Finn Conquers the Caber at the Portland Highland Games

As I mentioned in last week’s post, last Saturday was all about kilts, cabers, and clans as Finn McSpool took a day off (not that he ever works very hard) to tap into his Celtic heritage at the 2017… 1,226 more words


IRISH RAMBLINGS #36: "Donegal Adventures at The Old Mill Hostel"


So far, I’ve been across the pond to visit Ireland 11 times. Halfway through the first trip I knew there was a book in it. 3,380 more words

Kevin Keelan

Niall of the Nine…Stuart France


When young, Niall and his four step-brothers, Brian, Fiachra, Ailill and Fergus were given weapons by a smith and sent out hunting to prove their arms. 61 more words