Achieving immortality by way of a drink fermented from honey is spoken of in many mythologies around the world; Nectar/ Ambrosia in Greek mythology, Amrita in Vedic mythology, Mead in Norse mythology, for example. In Ireland, we have such a myth, too.
But it’s Ok, it’s not life threatening, and I’ll survive 😄. And despite the title, this latest round has been quite fun! First up is Jane Dougherty, who tagged me on Facebook to post 7 lines from page… Read More
In Irish mythology, the Faeth Fiadha (pronounced feh fee-o-ha) is the name of the mysterious mantle of fairy mist which blurs the border between the world of the mortal, and the magical realm of the Sidhe, the Otherworld known as… Read More