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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

Fenians were founded in 300 bc by Fiachadh the High King of Ireland. While the tales of Arthurian Knights and their code of chivaley clearly belong to the midieval concept of an armed and mounted warrior of nobility or land holding class. With knight-hood only being bestowed by the King. the basis for the "Knights of the Round Table" does have a foundation in Celtic culture. It is argued that the tales of Arthur and his knights have more parralles with Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his Fianna

Fenians were founded in 300 bc by Fiachadh the High King of Ireland. While the tales of Arthurian Knights and their code of chivaley clearly belong to the midieval concept of an armed and mounted warrior of nobility or land holding class. With knight-hood only being bestowed by the King. the basis for the "Knights of the Round Table" does have a foundation in Celtic culture. It is argued that the tales of Arthur and his knights have more parralles with Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his Fianna

What not to do in Ireland. The one that stands out to me is that we can reclaim our taxes at the airport when we return since we are tourists!

What not to do in Ireland. The one that stands out to me is that we can reclaim our taxes at the airport when we return since we are tourists!

"The Sun Wheel, a symbol of perfect balance at the Equinox, is the inspiration for the traditional spring roll known as the Hot Cross Bun."

"The Sun Wheel, a symbol of perfect balance at the Equinox, is the inspiration for the traditional spring roll known as the Hot Cross Bun."

Inroads Ireland Tours 2013 | Guided Small Group Mini-Bus Tours | Ireland Off the Beaten Track

Inroads Ireland Tours 2013 | Guided Small Group Mini-Bus Tours | Ireland Off the Beaten Track

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