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Holy well in Ireland - Belief in the magical healing ability of natural springs dates back to per-Christian times in Ireland. The Celtic people of Ireland believed springs were sacred places where the underworld met our world, and where the power of the Goddess Aine was particularly strong. With the advent of Christianity these springs became known as 'holy wells' and their reputed healing power was attributed to local Christian saints. - info/photo courtesy of Wild Eyed Southern Celt

Holy well in Ireland - Belief in the magical healing ability of natural springs dates back to per-Christian times in Ireland. The Celtic people of Ireland believed springs were sacred places where the underworld met our world, and where the power of the Goddess Aine was particularly strong. With the advent of Christianity these springs became known as 'holy wells' and their reputed healing power was attributed to local Christian saints. - info/photo courtesy of Wild Eyed Southern Celt

The peacock and Vel (spear) symbols of Murugan, son of Shiva.

The peacock and Vel (spear) symbols of Murugan, son of Shiva.

Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire, Scotland

Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire, Scotland

Backyard Labrynth

Backyard Labrynth

How to Attract Fairies in your Home | Galactic Connection

How to Attract Fairies in your Home | Galactic Connection

Magic of the Celtic Otherworld: Irish History, Lore & Rituals - pagan wiccan witchcraft magick ritual supplies

Magic of the Celtic Otherworld: Irish History, Lore & Rituals - pagan wiccan witchcraft magick ritual supplies

How to Attract Fairies in your Home | Galactic Connection

How to Attract Fairies in your Home | Galactic Connection

ish fairy tales and folklore are populated with a wonderful collection of magical creatures and supernatural beings. Leprechauns are so famous they can sell breakfast cereal, and many people have heard the legend of the Banshee - but what about the rest? From the shapeshifting selkies to the mischevious pookas , and from the lonely giants to the terrifying dullahan , these fascinating characters of Irish folklore deserve to be remembered and shared with future generations around the world.

ish fairy tales and folklore are populated with a wonderful collection of magical creatures and supernatural beings. Leprechauns are so famous they can sell breakfast cereal, and many people have heard the legend of the Banshee - but what about the rest? From the shapeshifting selkies to the mischevious pookas , and from the lonely giants to the terrifying dullahan , these fascinating characters of Irish folklore deserve to be remembered and shared with future generations around the world.

Proto Indo-European Religion -> PIE Main Page

Proto Indo-European Religion -> PIE Main Page