Rathcroghan, A Journey - eBook - Lora O'Brien - Irish Author & Guide

Rathcroghan, A Journey – eBook

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Product Details – available here in PDF format
Series: Irish Folklore Series (Book 3)
Paperback Edition: 156 pages (Purchase at – https://amzn.to/2UonXlu)
Publisher: Eel & Otter Press (First Edition was October 31, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1722600535
ISBN-13: 978-1722600532

Amazon Best Sellers Rank (as of March 2019):
#227 in Celtic Religions (Books)
#472 in Paganism
#4615 in Religious Studies (Books)

Description

Rathcroghan – Celtic Royal Site of Ancient Cruachan

Lora O’Brien’s work as an Irish Heritage Professional is all about connection; to Ireland’s history, mythology, ancestry, sacred and everyday sites. All of this is communicated and passed on through Ireland’s stories, and these original stories inspired by Rathcroghan are a continuation of that tradition..

This book is an expression of O’Brien’s connection to 13 sites of ancient Cruachan, the Rathcroghan Royal Complex, near Tulsk in County Roscommon, Ireland, where she lived and worked professionally for over a decade. This is the home of the Celtic warrior Queen Medb and the Goddess Mórrígan. The author’s creative and intuitional inspiration brings you a story from each of these sites.

Over 20 years of exploring native Irish Pagan Spirituality and ancestral religious practices, Lora O’Brien has learned to connect, and to find the story. Here, she shares that lived experience – and those unique stories – with you.

So join her, on a Rathcroghan Journey…

Published by Eel & Otter Press, Waterford, Ireland (2018).

If you would like to purchase a Paperback copy of Rathcroghan, a Journey… please do so here – https://amzn.to/2UonXlu

 

Cruachan News – Rathcroghan Royal Site has been nominated to the tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage status, which would elevate it to its rightful place of importance alongside Newgrange, Skellig Michael, Navan Fort, Uisneach, Dun Ailinne, Cashel, and the Hill of Tara.

2 reviews for Rathcroghan, A Journey – eBook

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a very personal and thoughtful insight into Lora’s relationship with the sites at Rathcroghan. I loved the stories and poetry, and the little bit of info about each monument gave a nice little bit of depth and helped my understanding of what was being shared. Thanks! 5 Stars!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Aileen

    Clear description of a magnificent site. Great book fully describing a truly magnificent site in Ireland. Reading it before I went made the whole experience so much more profound.

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