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Book Review Shining Ones: Legend of the Sidhe

Elizabeth Horton-Newton for Book Review Room

I was immediately attracted to Shining Ones: Legend of the Sidhe because it is a fantasy that centers around Irish legends and myths. 1,198 more words

Irish History

D is for Danu - #atozchallenge

D is for Danu

Danu, an Irish Goddess, is the Celtic Mother of the Faeries. Her tribe is the Tuatha De’ Danann, also known as the People of the Goddess Danu. 127 more words


The Legend of Sadhbh

Sadhbh’s story, according to Lady Gregory’s Complete Irish Mythology describes how she was cursed by a dark sorcerer of the Tuatha Dé Danann named Fer Doirich. 512 more words

Irish Mythology

Warriors of the Tuatha De Danann

“The truth is not known, beneath the sky of stars,
Whether they were of heaven or earth.”

Golden rays from the sun covered Eireann’s green fields that morning. 569 more words

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“Riders of the Sidhe” by John Duncan

The first Irish fairies were not small and winged, but tall, ageless and sometimes radiant. They were the… 163 more words

Irish History

Celtic Creation Myths

Celtic Creation Myth #1

Once upon a time, there was no time and that was when there also was no gods and no man walked the surface of the land. 1,529 more words


Multifaceted Brigid

…and Brigit, that was a woman of poetry, and poets worshipped her, for her sway was very great and very noble. And she was a woman of healing along with that, and a woman of smith’s work, and it was she first made the whistle for calling one to another through the night.—Lady Gregory, 461 more words

Irish History