July 22, 2011 at 5:07 pm (Uncategorized)
Tags: Book Club, books, Celtic culture, Gods, Ireland
Sorry it took me awhile to get this started. Things have been a bit hectic recently but I didn’t forget!
We’re going to finish our discussion on the novel Bard the Odyssey of the Irish by Morgan Llywelyn on the blog. Our last discussion didn’t happen because of schedule changes and our next meeting will include our Lughnasadh games… So there might not be a lot of time for book chat.
Here are some points that might be worth discussing:
Morgan Llywelyn’s portrayal of the Tuatha de Danann?
- Morgan Llywelyn’s portrayal of the Tuatha de Danann
- Amergin’s relationship with his brothers
- Amergin’s relationship with Shinnan
- The life and death of Odba and Taya
- The role of bards, warriors, and sacrificers in Ireland and Celtic culture in general
- Morgan Llywelyn’s portrayal of Druids
- Sakkar’s transformation
In addition, I’m curious as to whether you found this book enjoyable and if you’d like to read another book as a grove in the future. I’ll let some of you chime in. I’m going to visit family for a couple days, but I’ll add my two cents when I return!
June 1, 2011 at 6:20 pm (Uncategorized)
Tags: arts and crafts, business, Gods, ritual, website, Wellspring
Jen K. requested a different image on the homepage as the lightening had more to do with Taranis than Airmid and Miach – the Gods we’ll be honoring for Midsummer. I suggested a photo of the Airmid doll I made and she thought that sounded great. I’m happy to share my work as I think the site would benefit from more “homemade” images.
I also noticed that Beltaine’s meeting minutes weren’t loading correctly so I tweaked that.
Soon I’ll be adding our Wellspring meeting minutes and photos!
Visit our website: http://www.muinmound.org/index.htm.