Ogham Art | Your Presence Written in the Past
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Beltane: The Celtic Fire Festival
Beltane: The Celtic Fire Festival "Wear a tall hat like a druid in the old days  Wear a tall hat...
Embracing Winter Solstice & the Festival of Yule
Embracing Winter Solstice & the Festival of Yule With the longest night upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, a celebration...
Mabon: Celebrating the Autumnal Equinox
Mabon: Celebrating the Autumn Equinox The Autumn Equinox signals a time of reflection, gratitude, and balance. As the days shorten...
Imbolc: The Gaelic Festival Explained
Imbolc: The Gaelic Festival Explained As inhabitants of this Earth, we are at the mercy of the seasons.  From harvesting foods...
Samhain: 13 Facts About Halloween’s Celtic Roots
Over the years, the popularity of Halloween has grown exponentially. It has spawned a multi-billion dollar industry which includes movies,...
Spring Equinox: A Time of Rebirth
Ostara - Spring Equinox: A Time of Rebirth When we think of Spring, we are flooded with images of blooming...
Litha - Summer Solstice: 23.5 Degrees of Separation
Litha - Summer Solstice: 23.5 Degrees of Separation Summer Solstice. One out of 365 days yet so many universal connections.  Summer...
Moveable Feasts: Irish Freedom at Easter Time
A Moveable Feast: Irish Freedom at Easter Time   Easter wears several bonnets. It’s a time of reflection for many...
A Closer Look at St. Patrick
March is Irish-American Heritage Month here in the States and right in the middle of it all is the wonderful...
The Meaning of the Claddagh
  The Claddagh is one of Ireland’s most recognized and precious images. Two hands embracing a heart adorned with a...
Harping On: A Wee History of Ireland's National Symbol
Second only to the shamrock, the harp is one of the most recognized symbols of Ireland. Referred to as the...