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Irish mythology

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Irish Myths & Legends! – Biddy Murphy ...

Halloween is fast approaching and so it’s time to get into the spirit of things. Ireland is nation covered in history, myths and legends. This is the perfect time of year to remember these ancient stories. So grab a blanket, a cup of tea and imagine the sounds of a crackling fire as we dive into Ireland’s ancient myths

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Hathor, Venus, Clíodhna... là những vị thần nổi tiếng, đại diện cho tình yêu, sắc đẹp...

In Irish lore, a Ganconer (aka Gean-canach, "love talker") is "another…

View an image titled 'Ganconer Art' in our Folklore art gallery featuring official character designs, concept art, and promo pictures.

Irish Legends: The Children of Lir | Explore Blarney Blog

Blarney Woollen Mills tells the tale of the classic Irish legend - the Children of Lir. The story is rich in Irish folklore, myths and magic.

Irish Mythology poster by Carmen Garcia (CelticJourney on Etsy)

RRP is € 7.99 NOW € 3.50 This item was the first creation in CelticJourney, it was born out of the meeting of two passions, a passion for art and for Celtic Mythology. The poster consists of a compilation of 12 figures from the Irish Mythology. Original art-work was hand painted and printed in good quality paper. A brief description of each figure is included. The detailed art-work and the vibrant colours used in the design make the onlookers stop and have a closer look,to be taken into a…

Phooka are a fey race, one of many mischievous shape-changers with origins in the myth and folklore of Ireland, Scotland and neighboring territories. They may or may not be closely related to the more cruel Kelpie; some even speculate that they possess some relation to Goblins.

Phooka are a fey race, one of many mischievous shape-changers with origins in the myth and folklore of Ireland, Scotland and neighboring territories. They may or may not be closely related to the more cruel Kelpie; some even speculate that they possess some relation to Goblins. As shapeshifters, assertions towards what a Phooka looks like are rather meaningless. Phooka are able to assume virtually any animal form, their only mark or distinction being a darker color than the norm. Dark brown…

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