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Irish Myths and Legends - UK edition.  Again with cover art by Brian Froud.

Irish Myths and Legends - UK edition. ----- cover art by Brian Froud.

Explore the cosmology of the ancient Irish and learn how the old mythology and living culture show us the Gods and spirits of Ireland and how to connect to them. Ritual structure is explored, as well as daily practices and holidays, to create a path that brings the old beliefs forward into the modern world.

Pagan Portals - Irish Paganism: Reconstructing Irish Polytheism by Morgan Daimler

The Real Witches' Garden: Spells,Herbs, Plants and Magical Spaces Outdoors

BOOK: The Real Witches' Garden: Spells,Herbs, Plants and Magical Spaces Outdoors

Dieux celtiques

In Celtic mythology, the Tuatha De Danann (children of the goddess Danu) were the last race of gods to occupy and conquer the British Isles before men came and took the land away from them. The Tuatha De Danann were gifted warriors and learned in magic.

Magic of the Celtic Otherworld: Irish History, Lore & Rituals (Llewellyn's Celtic Wisdom) by Stephen Blamires http://www.amazon.com/dp/0738706574/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_4QKZvb0E43J4B

Magic of the Celtic Otherworld: Irish History, Lore & Rituals (Llewellyn's Celtic Wisdom): Stephen Blamires:

The Fireside Book of Ghost Stories - 1947

"The Fireside Book of Ghost Stories" with contributions from master story tellers Daphne Du Maurier, Edith Wharton, Mark Twain, Henry James, Arthur Conan Doyle and Wilkie Collins.

Illustrated edition,The Irish Fairy Book, edited by A P Graves, 1909. Illustrated by George Denham. Online, read or download:

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Lovely illustration from the public domain book, "The Irish fairy book

SCYTHE is the weapon usually depicted as the Grim Reaper’s. This stems mainly from the Christian Biblical belief of death as a “harvester of souls”. Sometimes Death is seen carrying an axe instead. The concept of Death as a sentient entity has existed in many societies since the beginning of history. In English, Death is often given the name Grim Reaper and, from the 15th century onwards, came to be shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe and clothed in a black cloak with a hood.

Sometimes Death is seen carrying an axe instead. The concept of Death as a sentient entity has existed in many societies since the beginning of history.

10 Fun Facts about St. Patrick's Day | Shibley Smiles

Patrick’s Day Facts [INFOGRAPHIC] love trivia facts about St Patricks Day since I was born on that day :)

Ireland is an ancient country and has been home to several civilisations over thousands of years.  Some of the important symbols used by these ancient communities have come to be symbols of Ireland itself and mean a great deal to many people who are proud

Ireland is an ancient country and has been home to several civilisations over thousands of years. Some of the important symbols used by these ancient communities have come to be symbols of Ireland itself and mean a great deal to many people who are proud

A Cu Sith is a Fairy Dog of the Highlands, dark green with a braided tail. It is said, in legend, that if one spied, or spoke to one of these large dogs (the size of a calf or larger) he was bound to die"

This painting was produced for the game Faerie Haven by Mushroom Circle Games. A Cu Sith is a Fairy Dog of the Highlands, dark green with a braided tail.

The 4th Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories: Amazon.co.uk: Collected By Robert Aickman: 9780006131250: Books

The 4th Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories: Amazon.co.uk: Collected By Robert Aickman: 9780006131250: Books

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