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This year we ended 2010 and begun 2011 with a water ceremony followed by three fire ceremonies at Samhain Sacred Sites in Ireland on Friday the 5th of November 2010. The Druí of the Dark Moon Grove gathered at the Druid's Well on the south slopes of the Hill of the Bard - we know this hill as the Hill of Tlachtga, the Earth Goddess. The image below show this ancient immersion well. It has survived renaming by the church and retains its early designation as a Well of the Druids

This year we ended 2010 and begun 2011 with a water ceremony followed by three fire ceremonies at Samhain Sacred Sites in Ireland on Friday the 5th of November 2010. The Druí of the Dark Moon Grove gathered at the Druid's Well on the south slopes of the Hill of the Bard - we know this hill as the Hill of Tlachtga, the Earth Goddess. The image below show this ancient immersion well. It has survived renaming by the church and retains its early designation as a Well of the Druids

Sacred Waters: Holy Wells & Water Lore in Britain/Ireland

Sacred Waters: Holy Wells & Water Lore in Britain/Ireland

Sacred Wells: Offaly, Ireland.

Shell Well - Offaly, Ireland Shell Well in Midhe cuirge of Ireland

Brighid's Well, County Kildare, Ireland. Old World roots of the Geraghty clan. As she is my patron goddess i feel i MUST travel here at least once...

The Holy Wells of Ireland - About 60 years ago, a survey claimed there were as many as holy wells in Ireland - more than in any other country in the world. a cripple might bathe in them, hoping for a cure. The Holy Wells of Ireland - Bridget Haggerty

The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare reflects ancient beliefs. Pagans believed that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. The hare is known to be sacred to the goddess Eostre and eventually became known as the Easter bunny.

The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare reflects ancient beliefs. Pagans believed that…

River Liffey: Newbridge - County Kildare (Ireland)

North West, Ireland

Coming fresh out of the rocks and flowing into a holy well - magical place in the Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland

Clare - Coming fresh out of the rocks and flowing into a holy well - magical place in the Burren, Co.

Newbridge - County Kildare (Ireland)

North West, Ireland

St. Conleth's Bridge In Newbridge - County Kildare (Ireland)

Conleth's Bridge In Newbridge - County Kildare (Ireland)

Ireland-101-pat-prestonreland Travel 101 by Pat Preston - If you ever wanted to pick the brain of an expert on travel to Ireland, you’ll enjoy this book by Pat Preston. For years she worked for the Irish Tourist Board and later had her own tour operation bringing visitors from America to Ireland. Sadly, Pat has passed away, but she left a worthy legacy in this guidebook.

Ireland-101-pat-prestonreland Travel 101 by Pat Preston - If you ever wanted to pick the brain of an expert on travel to Ireland, you’ll enjoy this book by Pat Preston. For years she worked for the Irish Tourist Board and later had her own tour operation bringing visitors from America to Ireland. Sadly, Pat has passed away, but she left a worthy legacy in this guidebook.

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