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Gaelic Proverbs come primarily from the western Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and they have a distinctly rural or agricultural flavor which reflects the society from which they were gathered. It is to be expected that many of them pertain to the weather, to the planting of crops, and to country life in general. Others reflect the Gaelic love of company and hospitality, fear of poverty and laziness.

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Na tarraing mi gun adhbhar, ís na pill mi gun chliu.

English Translation:
Neither draw me without cause, nor return me without honour.

Few countries have a greater number of proverbs than has Scotland. Even today, everyday speech in Scotland is sprinkled with them. Scots are wonderfully given to this way of speaking, and the lovely Scots tongue loses much of its flavor when forced to translate their unqiue language. Those that appear in English have been preserved that way for at least 200 years!

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Well, the moment has finally arrived were we begin our Celtic Radio celebration of Christmas through our "A Celtic Christmas" broadcast! We are much early this year because we now have a dedicated channel for Christmas music. You can tune in any time and enjoy the music early as you prepare for thanksgiving.

Currently we are playing a mix of Winter Solstice and traditional Christmas music on our A Celtic Christmas broadcast.

We'd like to extend a big Christmas hello to all of the new listeners we have heard from this month that have discovered us through our Christmas broadcast. Be sure to sign up quickly using our new facebook link on the registration page.

We have a Christmas CD raffle coming up on December 1st. Be sure to post atleast one message in our community forum or upgrade to premium status to be part of the fun. Read all of the details on the contest page on how you can win one of these wonderful Christmas CDs.


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Belfast-born singer/songwriter spent his late teens playing in several bands in the north of Ireland. After emigrating to Denver Colorado Colin formed a Irish folk ballad band "Rathlin" witch soon became one of the most populor bands in the state. While living in Colorado Colin also was the host of The Irish Show on KDEN and KEZY radio stations and promoted Irish music concerts. On returning home to Ireland in 1996 Colin joined the Derry based band Skibbereen. touring extensiveiy throughout Ireland and the UK. Now Colin has released a CD with 8 of his own songs and 2 trad songs,One More Irish Rover.

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To the Celts, the Elder (also known as the "Tree of Faeries," "Old Gal," "Pipe Tree" and "Lady Ellhorn," among others) was the symbol of both death and rebirth. Its twigs were said to enable the wearer to see spirits and experience visions. Justice was dispensed by the Druids beneath this tree. Much like the Winter Solstice itself, it highlighted a time of evolution. The Druids believed that it was during this period that their Sun or Solar Spirit was being held prisoner. It was also considered a time of trouble and indicative of the struggle for supremacy. By virtue of being considered sacred to the faeries, Elder branches were once hung above stables in order to protect horses from evil spirits. Paradoxically, in some parts of Europe, this tree was once generally regarded as an ally of witches. For many generations, it was thought to be unlucky to burn Elder and an omen of death to bring it indoors. In addition, it was also believed that anyone who cut the wood of this tree risked being turned into stone. In one Christian legend, it was from the branches of an Elder that Judas hanged himself after the betrayal of Christ...at which point the Elder forever lost its ability to grow straight and strong. In another, it is said that the cross upon which Christ was crucified was made of Elder...and the reason why the tree has stood in stooped remorse ever since. Some Irish legends claim that Saint Patrick used a branch of Elder in the form of a sacred rod in order to drive out all the serpents from Ireland. Often planted close to the home, the Elder was thought to offer protecti........ more

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