A tale of the
Morrigan, a Vision-Quest and the Lay of
In this tale we hear about the
old Shannachie, Laoidheach, who visits a clan to bring them news.
He is encouraged by a lively young woman to tell tales of the Old
Gods. So he tells her all he knows of the Morrighan and takes her
on a Vision Journey. Afterwards, she asks him to teach her the Lay
Full Shownotes, with sources and
credits, can be found on our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/irish26
- News & Views
- Listener Feedback - Bel, Liz
and Scarlet 26:28
- Promo - Kirins 31:02
- Promo - Tribeways 33:40
We hope you enjoy it!
Gary & Ruthie x x
May 2009, 37m
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News & Views
We apologise for getting Cindy Spear's name
wrong in our last show, the Beltane 2009 Holiday Special, SP11. We called
her Cindy Ross instead of Cindy Spear.
We also offer support for our Contributing
authors who are offering Competitions. We have two to tell you
about - both of whom have excerpts from their books for us to
perform later on in the year.
Carpenter, author of The Mark of a
Druid has competitions on her website.
author with Ethan Rose, of Rowan of
the Wood, is running
a competition with a Kindle 2 as a prize which you can find details
about on their website.
Blood and Fire
Names Used in this
Listed in order of
For more information about the
Characters below, see our Biographies section.
- Laoidheach the Shannachie
- Magh Mechi
- Magh Fertaige
- Mac Cecht
- Magh Luathad
- Cu Chulainn
- Conaire Mor
- Connac Hua Cuined
- Sliabh Buane
- Magh Rath
- Congal Claen
- Cathair Aine
- Leanan Sidhe
- Oilioll Oluim
- River Maigh
- Magh Mucruimhe
- Magh Mucruimhe
- Craig Liath
- Dubhlaing ua Artigan
- River Liffey
- Catháir the Great
- Ailill Áne
- Labraid Longsech
- Dinn Rig
- Cobthach the Slende
- Oengus of Róiriu
- Mug Airt
- Bresal Bree
- Fiachra Fobree
- Carbre Niafer
- Nuada Necht
- Faelan the Fair
Bel, Liz and
We read a message from Bel and
listen to voice feedback from Liz and Scarlet from the Lakefront
Pagan Voice podcast.
by James Priest
Kirins: The Spell of Noan
A race of tiny, magical beings
lives on Earth today. They dwell in elaborate tree homes and
mysterious underground sanctuaries. Because of an ancient dispute,
however, humans are unaware of their hidden
They are kirins.
For thousands of years they lived
in peace. But a deadly menace now threatens their existence. A
party of daring explorers, led by the wise magician Speckarin, is
sent on trained ravens to destroy an evil lurking a continent and
an ocean away. Failure of this mission would mean death to the
voyagers and the entire kirin race. But their success will depend
on aid from a truly unexpected source, human beings.
Fly with these adventurers and
witness today's world as it has never before been seen. You'll find
yourself looking to the skies for this mystical race of beings,
because maybe, just maybe . . .
You can access this Podiobook on
podiobooks.com or James Priest's website.
Tribeways: The ADF Podcast Tribeways
The ADF Podcast (now sadly
pod-faded) is a selection of recordings broadcast each High Day
featuring liturgy, essays, reviews, chants, poetry, music,
workshops and celebrations from ADF members. Tribeways runs on
submissions, so please see our submission guidelines to get
Promo - Lakefront
Lakefront Pagan Voice
I’m Scarlet, an eclectic pagan
living in Milwaukee, WI, next to beautiful Lake Michigan. Join me
for discussions on pagan topics and more. Please feel free to
contact me, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org and you can
find me on MySpace, FaceBook and PaganSpace. Feedback feeds the
soul and makes the podcasters world go round!
Sources used in this
The Book of Leinster.
Brigit": an Old-Irish poem on the Hill of
Alenn. ed. and
trans. Kuno Meyer. Halle a.S., M. Niemeyer, 1912.
of course, the Awen - inspiration and
Armolithae, Endless Blue, Artanis,
Before Midnight and Lost in the Green Sea
from Artanis. See the Contributor Page for details.
Evan, Peut Etre Part 3 from
Rever... Peut-etre.. See the Contributor Page for details.
Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden.
See the Contributor Page for details.
Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise,
All or None . See the Contributor Page for details.
Jigger Time Ticks Away. See
the Contributor Page for details.
For our Theme
The Skylark and
Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See
their Contributor page for details.
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