Resources and Links

Celebrating the never ending unfolding cycle of Seasons requires that we look at all aspects of what and how humans, natural world, supernatural world, planet and universe play out and weave time and space.

Many have recorded their thoughts, theories, facts and fictions which provide a great resource for us all. Thanks to them all for sharing their wisdom.

Fabulous archive of the Tara Celebrations seasonal celebrations -

Our Pinterest Boards include information on all eight festivals, on meditation, the elements, craftwork, symbolism and seasonal food and drink

Irish Archaeology website has sections on Sites, Castles & Forts, Folklore and a Shop. Irish - Folklore

Useful website on all things time -

Great web site on the folklore and traditions of Irish plants and animals http://irishhedgerows.weebly.c...

Anthony Murphy postsall his wonderful research and information on the Boyne Valley heritage sites at and we highly recommend you visit there, as well as Google searchfor all the latest academic views on this intriguing area.

Great moving image of our spiraling solar system -

Global Consciousness Project - Meaningful Correlations in Random Data - Coherent consciousness creates order in the world. Subtle interactions link us with each other and the Earth

Tlachtga: Celtic Fire Festival by John Gilroy.

Published by Pikefield Publications, 9 Hazelwood Court, Glanmire, Co. Cork in October 2000. Written by a local man, this relates to the history, legends and all things Tlachtga. Focussed on this Goddess at the Hill of Ward, nr. Athboy, Co. Meath and the Samhain Celebrations.

The origin and history of Irish names of places by P.W. Joyce 1827-1914.

Published in 1910 and available on line at this is a definitive work.

Emma Stevens, a Nova Scotian girl from Eskasoni, singing a gorgeous version of the Beatles' Blackbird in Mi'kmaq.

laboratorium piesni

Ennio Moricone

Mari Boine Persen - Vuoi Vuoi Mu

Imaginal Cells - Deepak Chopra

A reflection on Samhain by Tim Walter, Dowser and Geomancer

The Silver Branch

A film made in the Burren exploring the connection of a local man to the land and the relationship he has with nature. It is a bucket list film in one of the most exquisite landscapes on the planet.