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Samhain - The Other Harvest Holiday

I finally realize why I have always loved Halloween so much! It’s not just because of the costumes and the candy. I always knew there was a bigger resaon. 1,325 more words

Hallowe'en in Ancient Ireland

It’s that time of the year; Dark evenings, leaves falling from the trees, a definite nip in the air-

While Hallowe’en has in recent years become increasingly consumerised, its still important to remember the foundations of the festival that inspired the mass produced drunken costume festival that we see today. 836 more words


The Shift Begins

In all great tales there are at least a few shifts. As it relates to our entire existence, human history and civilization, we are undergoing a massive shift in human consciousness. 1,761 more words

Hill of Tara

Taking a minute before I get up to share my adventure from this weekend!

Saturday I needed to get out of the city, so I grabbed my friend Emma and hopped on the bus to Tara- a ruin about an hour outside of Dublin. 620 more words

Travels and Triskills

I find that I do some of my best writing when I am traveling. Coming into this journey I have been writing with great fervor. The combination of those two things would have led me to believe that the content would be pouring out of me on this 13 day pilgrimage to the ancient sacred sites in Ireland. 770 more words

Ireland Chapter 5

On Monday we set off for Dublin. Bus rides and loving Jesus and relaxing in a new hotel room. Which, by the way, I have slept in a twin bed almost the entire time I’ve been here. 412 more words

Life Stories

Cee's Black and White Challenge - Irish Fairy Tree, Hill of Tara

Ireland is full of Fairy Trees or Wishing Trees.  Even for non-believers the Irish won’t often tempt fate by cutting down or messing with a single tree in a field or misfortune could visit.   79 more words