July 16, 2018

Irish Pagan Magic – Piseoga

A group of friends sit around a table.  Scratch Scratch Scratch. “Ah, me nose is itchy”, says one.  A few …

July 4, 2018

Ireland’s First Female Veterinarian

Veterinarians have been around for quite a while now. From the Egyptian king Piyadasi, who made medicines available to animals …

July 2, 2018

Irish Medieval Cooking – Worties

‘Worties’ was the common name in Ireland, from the English ‘wortes’, which were vegetable greens and members of the onion …

June 19, 2018

Is the Mórrígan Recruiting?

As part of our annual 6 month Intensive Programme, I answer questions from students who want to know more about the Irish …

June 17, 2018

The Stolen Child

Clochar na Trócaire, Ceapach Chuinn Location: Cappoquin, Co. Waterford In the center of Waterford there lies a place which long …

June 10, 2018

Don’t be a ‘Celtic’ Racist…

This blog has a lot of new visitors, and I’m really glad to see that! But I also don’t want …

May 16, 2018

Rag Trees in the Irish Tradition

 A version of this article first appeared as a guest post on the Call of the Morrigan community blog in 2016. …

April 30, 2018

Bealtaine – May Eve Magic in Ireland

Fadó, fadó, sure there were only the 2 seasons in Ireland. Summer and Winter. Even after things moved on, for …

March 6, 2018

Irish Paganism Q&A with Lora O’Brien

It’s been suggested a couple of times that I should get on ‘the other side of the interview’, and talk …

February 11, 2018

On Irish Ancestry and Being Irish

… This ‘Irish Accent’ shit though. And leprechaun hats and lucky charms and a ‘Brigid Oracle’ machine and ‘Irish Yoga’ …