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Animals in Celtic Designs

Bird

The flight of birds is considered a bridge between the worlds (this world, earth, and water). Birds are also viewed as symbols of message bearers. 244 more words

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Irish Stoat


The stoat is one of the fiercest predators and is active by day and by night; it relentlessly tracks its prey by scent, and apparently it licks the blood off its prey’s fur leading to the old wives tale that it sucks blood. 239 more words

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Ravens


– Omnivore
– Excellent and Acrobatic Fliers
– Scavengers
– Typically Vocalize with a Croaking Sound

Lore
– If ravens leave the Tower of London, the fortress and the British Kingdom will fall… 66 more words

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Wolves


– Carnivore
– Spine-tingling howl
– Largest member of the dog family
– Almost never attacks humans

Lore
– Werewolves were protectors
– Wolf talismans ward off evil… 255 more words

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Folklore of Trees


There has always been a strong association in the Glens between the Hawthorn trees and the Faeries. Small, gnarled Hawthorns, often of great age, survive on slops in the fields where other obstructions to the plough have long since been removed. 62 more words

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Franz Ferdinand Debut Four New Songs In Ireland, Cover Donna Summer

Glasgow, Scotland band Franz Ferdinand were at the forefront of the British art-rock post-punk revival of the early-mid 2000s with their smash-hit “Take Me Out.” The song permeated the radio waves of the time, but the Scottish band haven’t played a show in about eighteen months. 299 more words

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Franz Ferdinand Debut Four New Songs In Ireland, Cover Donna Summer

Glasgow, Scotland band Franz Ferdinand were at the forefront of the British art-rock post-punk revival of the early-mid 2000s with their smash-hit “Take Me Out.” The song permeated the radio waves of the time, but the Scottish band haven’t played a show in about eighteen months. 326 more words

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