Community & Crafts

Reawakening and Reconnecting with Sadbh Winters

We've had the incredible honor of connecting with Sadbh Winters who is sculpting a path through Irish History, from her home studio in Dublin. She regularly crafts sculptures to reclaim memories of Ancient Ireland and spark Irinn - the feeling of joyous relief when something long lost is returned to you. She is an absolute… Continue reading Reawakening and Reconnecting with Sadbh Winters

Community & Crafts

Sovereignty and Liminality With Sharon Paice MacLeod

I sing of the Cauldron of MotionA streaming of imbasA rivermouth of learning Joy at the guiding principlesof poetic skillafter a good study of it Joy at the bringing forth of imbaswhich the nine hazels protectat Segais in the realms of the Síd. - Excerpts from "The Cauldron of Poesy," translated by Sharon P. MacLeod… Continue reading Sovereignty and Liminality With Sharon Paice MacLeod

Discussion & Politics

Empowerment Through Environmentalism

“Every day the clock resets... Your failures don’t matter. Don’t stress on what was, fight for what could be.” – Sean Higgins In the last few years, I’ve found that my call to serve as a Druid has increasingly brought me into contact with the Green Party. Last autumn I became press officer for my… Continue reading Empowerment Through Environmentalism

Course

Working With a Class and Law System

“I am a freeman of a free state.” - Dumnorix, Gaulish Chieftain of the Aedui, 1st century BCE  The nations both in the isles and Western Europe were typically separated into three or arguably, four main classes. At the top was the king, the Ard Rí or ‘Rí’ in Old Irish and Ireland specifically. In… Continue reading Working With a Class and Law System