http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends-europe/fascinating-fac...The leprechaun is perhaps one of…Continue
TUATHA DE DANAANWhen the Tuatha de Danaan, also known as Tuatha dé Danann, arrived with their flying ships on the Irish coast they were initially unable to land due to a energy field created by the Fomorians. They had to encircle Ireland nine times…Continue
The Eighth Mount Haemus LectureEntering Faerie - Elves, Ancestors & Imaginationby Dr.James Maertens, Alferian Gwydion MacLirPt2The Fairy-Faith and LiteratureElves and elfin folk having been relegated to children's literature in the nineteenth…Continue
The Eighth Mount Haemus LectureEntering Faerie - Elves, Ancestors & Imaginationby Dr.James Maertens, Alferian Gwydion MacLirAbstractElves and Faerie folk are alive and well in modern culture, especially among the culture of magical folk and…Continue
The Origin and Lore of Fairies and Fairy Land Pt2“Fairies were real once…”’ the lore of Fairies and Fairy LandEarlier Divinities and PopulationsSome elements of folklore have great antiquity and these contributions from all historical periods. It is…Continue
TIR NAN OG (THE LAND OF THE YOUNG)Tir Nan Og is the land to which the Irish faeries know as Tuatha de Danann (Too-ah day Thay-nan, or Tootha day danan) fled when their lands were taken by the Milesians. In Tir Nan Og they spend their days feasting,…Continue
wherever I am, I always look for the moon.
where are you right now?
Blumen-Ornamentik - Josef Pilters - 1900 - via Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden (SLUB)
Gouache on paper, 2019
by Kelly Louise Judd