So according to current scholarly thinking on ancient Kingship rights in Ireland, a new King had to shag a white horse, kill it and bathe in a stew made from it whilst eating its flesh. Then, if he… Read More
Posted on 23rd May 2016 by Ali Isaac
Bres, bull slaying ceremony, fergus mac léiti, goddess of sovereignty, guardian trees, Hill of Tara, human sacrifice, inauguration stone, Ireland, irish archaeology, Irish Mythology, King Nuada argetlamh, kingship rites, kingship rituals, Lia Fail, Lugh, sacred rites, the otherworld, the sacral king, the tarbfheis, Tuatha de Denann
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