The Tuatha De Danaan retreat underground and
choose a new High King to guide them. Lir, ancient God of the Sea,
feels that he should be chosen and falls to wrath as the Children
of Danu choose the mighty Bodb Dearg to be their
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We have now completed the Book of
Invasions and move on to some of the single tales of the Irish
Mythological Cycle. We discuss (with some confusion) our pleasure
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The Wings of Tragedy -
Episode 13 of the Irish Mythological Cycle
Names Used in this
Listed in order of
- Sons of the Gael
- Tuatha De Danaa
- Sons of Mil
- Children of Danu
- Bodb Dearg
- Men of Dea
- Sidhe Fionnachaidh
- Loch Dearg
- Loch Dairbhreach
- Sruth na Maoile
- Irris Domnann
- Inis Gluaire
We read a listener email and talk
about some of the podcasts that we have been listening to. Ruthie
also mentions how Scott Sigler's tremendous and compulsive book
Infected has been making her itch!
Something lives deep beneath the
streets of San Fransisco. Something that has been there for
centuries, something that comes out at night ... to feed on the
dregs of society. A sub-culture, with its own myths, its own
legends of leader named The King that will lead them out of
bondage, and their own demon, a hunting shadow known only as
Savior. Read the book or listen on iTunes.
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Christiana Ellis' surreal, daily thoughts on
many subjects. Humourous, surreal and highly entertaining these
small podcasts are a worthy addition to your podcast playlists.
Listen to the, now sadly pod-faded, Christiana's
Sources used in this
Joseph Jacobs. Celtic Fairy Tales. Based on P.W. Joyce's
version in Old Celtic Romances.
of the Children of Lir, Mary Jones - Celtic Literature
The Children of Lir by Cruachan
of Lir, poem by "A.E."
Romances, P W Joyce
The Children of Lir, Legendary Fictions of the Ancient Celts, Patrick
And, of course, the Awen -
inspiration and imagination!
Edward, our son, as King of the
Tuatha de Danaan.
Estelle, our daughter-in-law,
Matt Howard, our
friend, as King of the Tuatha de
The Secret Garden . See the Contributor Page for details.
Angels in Disguise . See the
Contributor Page for details.
Time Ticks Away
by Jigger. See
their Contributor Page for details.
Teresa Doyle Gabham Molta Bhride (Ode
to Brigid). See the Contributor Page 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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is Irish for 'Goodbye', or more literally 'Wishing you
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