Funny story about the Mórrígan. On Sunday 13th October, I was in Dublin presenting at Octocon – ​The National Irish Science Fiction Convention. 


This post is about the monument known as Medb’s Heap, Medb’s Cairn, Medb’s Tomb, Medb’s Nipple or Medb’s Grave (and sometimes


[This is a section that didn’t make the final edit of my new book, ‘A Practical Guide to Pagan Priesthood’, Llewellyn


Learn about Ancient Ireland’s Laws and Customs through study of the Brehon Law system. A student in our Mórrígan Intensive Programme


The 1st of August (sometimes the 2nd) is Lúnasa (Lughnasadh, Lughnasa, Brón Trogain) – the harvest festival in Ireland. In her


Bruiden Da Choca, ‘Da Coca’s Hostel’, is known also as Togail Bruidne Da Choca(e) (‘The destruction of Da Coca’s Hostel’), and


The Dream of Oengus Irish Source Lore Manuscripts:  London, British Library, MS Egerton 1782 [1516-1518]  f. 70r22–70v10 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1287 (H 1.


These are not all Irish Pagan Podcasts specifically, but they will be of interest to those who want to authentically connect


Normally, questions come in from my Mailing List or YouTube comments, and I’ll answer them in blogs or videos, but I


Beltane is the anglicised version of our Irish word Bealtaine – still in use and meaning ‘the month of May’ in