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Joined: 10-Sep-2004
Birthday: 21-Apr-1978
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Member of the Donnell & Brady houses. The MacDonald of the Isles, my family is originally I believe from kintyre, though some of the geneology is a lil sketchy. I myself am a bohdrun player, and starting to learn the pipes on a chanter. My handfasted wife plays the harp, and we are both intrigued in Celtic music and lore. With the rising of popularity in "Celtic lore & New age music" I am a lil pretentious of my roots and very proud of my Celtic heritage. Always looking for a good discussion of celtic lore, and Pagan versus Christian ideologies in the blend of the traditions among the clans. I honestly do not take kindly to "new agers" who act like "twinks"...what I mean is that if you are interested in Paganism because you saw the movie the craft, or interested in Celtic lore & music because you feel that in a past life you fought with Wallace (soon after watching the M. Gibson movie)...Don't waste your time with me, I will give you no aide.
  
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saw it and puttin in as a reminder
Posted by celticwoodsman on Sep 13th, 2004 5:20 PM
Go n-éirí an bóthar leat
Go raibh an ghaoth go brách ag do chúl
Go lonraí an ghrian go te ar d'aghaidh
Go dtite an bháisteach go mín ar do pháirceanna
Agus go mbuailimid le chéile arís,
Go gcoinní Dia i mbos A láimhe thú


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Love the list
Posted by celticwoodsman on Sep 13th, 2004 5:17 PM
Samhain; Sunset, October 31 to sunrise, November 1
Other names: Calan Gaeaf, Halloween, All Hallows Eve
Life events celebrated: Death to Impregnation
Other information: Feast of the Dead and New Year's celebration



Yule; Sunset, longest night to following sunset
Other names: An Fheill-Shlinnein, Alban Arthan, Giula or Geola
Life events celebrated: Birth
Other information: Rebirth of the sun



Imbolc; Sunset, February 1 to sunset, February 2
Other names: Candlemas, Oimelc, Brigid, Lupercalia
Life events celebrated: Childhood
Other information: Mid-winter festival



Eostre; Sunset of vernal equinox to the following sunset
Other names: Lady Day, Co-Thad-Thrath, Alban Eilir, Ostara
Life events celebrated: Puberty
Other information: First fertility festival for Spring planting.



Bealtaine, April 30 to Sunset, May 1
Other names: Bel-tuinn, Walpurgisnacht, May Eve, Cyntefyn, Roodmass,
Cetshamain
Life events celebrated: First sexual union
Other information: Major fertility and purification festival
Leitha; Sunset, shortest night to following day sunset
Other names: Grian-Stad, Alban Hefin, Midsummer
Life events celebrated: Maturity and strength
Other information: Celebration of strength, agility, etc.,



Lammas; Sunset, July 31 to Sunset, August 1
Other names: Lughnasadh, August Eve
Life events celebrated: Middle age
Other information: Major fire festival.



Mabon; Sunset, autumn equinox to following sunset
Other names: Harvestide, Alban Elfed, Harvest Home
Life events celebrated: Old Age
Other information: First harvest festival


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As I start to navigate.
Posted by celticwoodsman on Sep 13th, 2004 4:15 PM
Well I introduced myself to the list in the general discussion page, filled out a couple polls, and joined the geneology forum....a very productive day for a person who detests computers, and would rather go for a stroll in the woods than sit in front of a pc....but while I attend classes at the university what else am I supposed to do between classes?


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Hello to anyone & everyone
Posted by celticwoodsman on Sep 10th, 2004 9:12 AM
Just became a member of the celtic radio network, and I love to listen the the celtic music....yes Keltic not seltic...Anyway, you want to know about me check out the profile, more to come later.


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