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Culann's Hound 51: The Pearl

Manannán mac Lir, the son of the Sea, was a prominent figure in ancient Irish religion. He also appears in Scottish and Manx legends, and the Isle of Man may be named after him. 1,304 more words

Culann's Hound Serial

He Is Many Things

Sometimes he is wind and darkness.

Sometimes a light so bright you cannot see.

He is fire and water.

He is the wolf and the dragon. 124 more words


The Ebb and Flow of Summer Solstice and the New Moon

For me, the Summer Solstice is a time of endings and beginnings. Vacation begins for me and many others in my field. Students go home. Several of my students moved on and I may never see or hear from them again. 609 more words


New Blog!

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I was kindly invited to participate in the Gaelic Roundtable and so decided to create a wordpress blog! Although I’m very new to Gaelic Polytheism I’m very excited to be involved in this roundtable ☺️ 91 more words

Of the Sea

Many devotees of Manannan describe how they’ve always had a longing for the sea, a love of the beach–a love of surfing, swimming, building sand castles. 268 more words