Community & Crafts

Ireland’s Folklore and Traditions with Shane Broderick

Shane Broderick Photography I reached out to Shane Broderick of Ireland's Folklore and Traditions to talk about his wonderful blog 'Ireland's Folklore and Traditions' as well as gain some insight into his background and inspiration. His blog and facebook page are fantastic resources, are rich in knowledge and particularly for anyone wanting to read or… Continue reading Ireland’s Folklore and Traditions with Shane Broderick

Culture & Lifestyle

Introduction to Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry

“Let me blow the dust off you, resurrect your breath.” - Lola Ridge, Irish anarchist, 1873 - 1941 Eleanor Hull - Queen Maeve consulting her Draoi The Druid or Druí in Old Irish is a title filled with wonder, mystery and an internal and deeply personal call back to a more primal, knowledgeable and Native way… Continue reading Introduction to Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry

Discussion & Politics

Perspective On Culture in the Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry Community

Carnac Stones, Brittany, France This is the most emotionally raw article I've likely ever posted. Firstly, I should say I've been active in the modern Druidry and Celtic pagan community since I first got on facebook back in 2011. Before that I was completely solitary, living through books and my imagination since my teens over… Continue reading Perspective On Culture in the Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry Community

Culture & Lifestyle

Seeing With Ancestral Eyes – Language and Celtic Worldview

Hello everyone, and the bright blessings of early summer to you all! Today I would like to talk about ways to deepen our practice of Celtic Paganism. One the many  important tools that people may choose to utilize when walking a Celtic path is learning one of the modern Celtic languages - Scottish Gaelic, modern… Continue reading Seeing With Ancestral Eyes – Language and Celtic Worldview

Spirituality & Animism

Digging into the Mounds: Accessing Sacred Knowledge from the Celtic Tradition

In previous blogs, we've explored some of the basic aspects of Celtic cosmology - the existence of a sacred Otherworld (or worlds), probably conceived of as being connected with the Upper World and Lower World (as in many shamanic or traditional cultures). The inhabitants of those worlds - the Gods and Goddesses - known in… Continue reading Digging into the Mounds: Accessing Sacred Knowledge from the Celtic Tradition