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The Irish Stories Behind the Symbols of Ireland.

Handfasting is an old Celtic ceremony of betrothal or wedding where the hands of the bride and groom are tied with a cord or ribbon. It's where the phrase "Tying the knot" came from.

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Celtic Goddess Morrigan THE MORRIGU/MORRIGAN /MORRIGHAN / MORGAN(Ireland, Wales, and Britain *Goddess*Supreme war goddess. Queen of phantoms and demons, shape-shifter. The crone aspect of the goddess, great white goddess. Patroness of priestesses and witches. Revenge, night, magic, prophecy /MARGAWSE (Wales) *Goddess* Mother aspect of the Goddess...

Celtic Tree of Life - Today, the term Celtic is generally used to describe the languages and respective cultures of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Brittany, also known as the Six Celtic Nations. These are the regions where four Celtic languages are still spoken to some extent as mother tongues. The four are Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, and Breton.

Eriu….Celtic (Irish)Another of the three Goddesses after which Ireland was named. Along with Banb and Fotia or Fodla.

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Boudica photoshop practice by hau on deviantART

The Irish and Celtic peoples have many legends. One legend goes that at any given point in time, the veil between Heaven and Earth is three feet wide. The legend goes on to say that there are physical mystical places and personal experiences we go through where that veil is thinned and the holy becomes ordinary and the ordinary becomes holy. These places are called Caol Áit, or thin places ...


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Kilbrannan Chapel near Skipness, Argyll And Bute, Scotland

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The Grianan of Aileach is an Iron Age stone fortress that was occupied from about 800 BC till about 1200 CE. According to legend, it was built by the renowned Kind Daghda of the Tuatha de Danann. Supposedly, the king’s son Aeah was buried in the center of the fortress.

Celtic Baby Names: Traditional Names from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall and the Isle of Man by Judy Sierra. $4.81. www.letrasdecanci.... Author: Judy Sierra. Publisher: Folkprint (April 1, 1997). 121 pages. Authoritative, useful, and fun to browse, Celtic Baby Names offers 1200 traditional first names from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall, and the Isle of Mane. These names are d...

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