A selection of articles related to tailtiu.
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- Irish. Foster-mother of Lugh, who instituted the Tailtean Games, central event of the Festival of Lughnasadh (Lammas) (1 August), in her memory....
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- Pagans Celebrate Coming of Spring with Imbolc Festival
- Based on historic accounts, Lughnasadh is a funeral and athletic festival created by the deity to honor his mother Tailtiu who was considered as an earth goddess particularly of drying vegetation (harvested crops) that feed people.
- Worshipping Fearsome Gods
- AUUC 11.08.15 01 This is a Unitarian Universalist Sunday Service I presented twice: to Arlington UU Church on November 8, then to Pathways UU Church today.
- Equal rights for women in ancient Ireland
- Take, for example, the tradition of 'hand-fasting', which in Ireland dates back to the Tailten Games originally set up by Lugh to honour the death of his foster mother, Tailtiu.
- Foster care in ancient Ireland was an established and beloved tradition
- We see this in Irish mythology with regard to the God, Lugh, and his foster mother, Tailtiu.
- A Witch's Open House
- John Beckett over at Under the Ancient Oaks asked me recently if my coven held open rituals. My knee-jerk response was “no, of course not, that defeats the purpose of a coven!
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