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
Posted on 3rd Nov 2014 by Ali Isaac
Aonbharr of the Flowing Mane, Conor Kelly and The Four Treasures of Eirean, Faeth Fiadha, Fionn mac Cumhall, Fragarach, Ireland, Irish Mythology, magic, Manannán, Manannán Mac Lir, Oisin, Oisin and Niamh Golden Hair, the Cloak of Concealment, the Master of Mists, the Milesians, the otherworld, the Sidhe, Tuatha de Denann, Wavesweeper
Want more mythology? Well, you've come to the right place. Enter your email address to receive my marvelous monthly myth posts direct to your inbox.
Join 4,422 other followers
Get Ali's Myths!
Ali on Facebook
There was an error retrieving images from Instagram. An attempt will be remade in a few minutes.