Month: June 2020

ship, shipwreck, adventure

TAUTHA DE DANANN

TAUTHA DE DANANN Where did the Tuatha De Danann come from?               The Tuatha De Danann were descended from Nemed, leader of a previous wave of inhabitants of Ireland. They came from four cities to the north of Ireland—Falias, Gorias, Murias and Finias—where they taught their skills in the sciences, including architecture, …

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animalia, portrait, nice

SUPERSTITIONS

Ireland is a land that believes in the forces of luck may it be good or bad. Along with that comes the role of  superstition. Superstition is a wide topic believed to be old wifes tales. Superstition can be a thing you should not do or it could be a thing you must do to …

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ARE FAIRIES REAL?

Fairy Magic Facebook-f Twitter Google-plus-g Envelope Aos Sí  ~ The aos sí  older form aes sídhe is the Irish term for a supernatural race in Irish mythology and Scottish mythology (where it is usually spelled Sìth, but pronounced the same), comparable to the fairies or elves. Fairy Click here Fairy forts are the remains of stonecircles, ringforts, hillforts, or other circular prehistoric dwellings in Ireland. From late Iron Age to …

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TITANIC ENTWINEMENT

THE UNSINKABLE SHIP This is how my life and the Titanic Intertwine. TITANIC I cannot imagine any condition which would cause a ship to founder. I cannot conceive of any vital disaster happening to this vessel. Modern shipbuilding has gone beyond that. Captain Edward Smith, referring to Adriati – Jane Smith Personal Coach TITANIC EXPLORE THE …

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fantasy, mountains, man

IRISH CASTLES

IRISH CASTLES There is an estimated 4.9 million people live in Ireland and there is approximately 30,000 castles there too, this includes any sort of fortification ruins, functioning and/or restored castles of any kind. You don’t have to track to far to find a castle in Northern Ireland or anywhere in Ireland for that matter. …

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