The Morrigan resources provided here are compiled by Lora O’Brien: native Irish author and educator, co-founder of the Irish Pagan School, and dedicated Priestess of the Morrigan since 2004.
These are the best readings and resources available (at time of publication) for students wishing to work with, worship, and study the authentic lore of the Morrigan, Irish Goddess of battle, prophecy, and change.
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The Morrigan Resources – Books on Her Irish Lore
Cath Maige Tuired: A Full English Translation, by Morgan Daimler
The Táin: Translated from the Irish Epic Táin Bó Cuailnge, by Thomas Kinsella
War Goddess: The Morrígan and Her Germano-Celtic Counterparts, by Angelique Gulermovich Epstein (Dissertation). University of California, Los Angeles, 1998. Order a Print Copy:
The Morrigan Resources – Irish Lore Online
Cath Muige Tuired Cunga: The Battle of Moytura of Cong (the First Battle of Moytura), translated by J. Frazer
Cath Maige Tuired: The Second Battle of Moytura, translated by Elizabeth Gray.
The Mórrígan Speaks: Her Three Poems from CMT, translated by Isolde ÓBrolcháin Carmody
Táin Bó Regamna: The Cattle Raid of Regamna, translated by A. H. Leahy
Táin Bó Cuailnge: Irish transcription by Ernst Windisch (1905), English translation by Joseph Dunn (1914)
The Morrigan Resources – Audio for Accessability
Táin Bó Regamna: The Cattle Raid of Regamna – A Reading with Lora O’Brien (translation, Morgan Daimler)
Táin Bó Cúailgne – Cattle Raid of Cooley – A Reading with Lora O’Brien (translation, Joseph Dunn)
Dinnshenchas – Lore of Placenames of Ireland – A Reading of The Metrical Dindshenchas with Lora O’Brien (translation, Edward Gwynn)
The Morrigan Resources – Contemporary Books
Rathcroghan: The Guidebook, by Daniel Curley & Mike McCarthy
The Morrigan: Meeting the Great Queens, by Morgan Daimler
Raven Goddess: Going Deeper with the Morrigan, by Morgan Daimler
The Book of The Great Queen, by Morpheus Ravenna
The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might, by Courtney Weber
My Morrigan Resources
On the Blog – https://loraobrien.ie/category/morrigan/
Selected Resources gathered on one page – https://loraobrien.ie/morrigan/
The Morrigan Multi-Pass (Class Bundle)
This is (almost) everything I teach about the Mórrígan, in one place! Included in this bundle enrollment are 8 separate courses I’ve taught at the Irish Pagan School:
- Getting Started with the Mórrígan
- Introduction to the Mórrígan (usually costs $49)
- Faces of the Mórrígan (usually costs $45)
- Shapes of the Mórrígan (usually costs $45)
- The Cave of the Mórrígan (usually costs $45)
- Places of the Mórrígan (usually costs $49)
- The Mórrígan Lore (usually costs $115)
- How to Build a Practice with the Mórrígan (usually costs $145, currently unavailable for enrollment)
The Total Cost, if you were to enroll in these 8 courses individually, would be $493.
Cost to enroll in the Bundle – €247 or $297… Your Saving = $196, or 40% Off!
For the Mórrígan Multi-Pass Details and Enrollment Just Click Here
1 thought on “The Morrigan – Ultimate Resources Guide”
My connection to The Morrigan is a unique one as it is Totamic/Shapeshifter in nature. I can find sketchy at best. I can find Native American on the subject but finding anything (Books) of a European/Celtic nature is impossible.