9 Myths About Witchcraft


 ... That Modern-Day Witches Like Me Are Tired of Hearing By Sophie Saint Thomasthebowiecat April 5, 2018 Are witches real? Well, have you ever had a vivid dream about someone, only for them to text you the very next day? Consider that your intuition was burning bright. When you're overwhelmed and stressed, do you ever … Continue reading 9 Myths About Witchcraft

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Mythophobia- Fear of myths or stories or false statements.

Celtic Fairy Tales #6


Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary THERE was once upon a time two farmers, and their names were Hudden and Dudden. They had poultry in their yards, sheep on the uplands, and scores of cattle in the meadow-land alongside the river. But for all that they weren't happy. For just between their two farms there … Continue reading Celtic Fairy Tales #6

Celtic Fairy Tales #5


Conall Yellowclaw CONALL YELLOWCLAW was a sturdy tenant in Erin: he had three sons. There was at that time a king over every fifth of Erin. It fell out for the children of the king that was near Conall, that they themselves and the children of Conall came to blows. The children of Conall got … Continue reading Celtic Fairy Tales #5

Celtic Fairy Tales #4


The Horned Women A RICH woman sat up late one night carding and preparing wool, while all the family and servants were asleep. Suddenly a knock was given at the door, and a voice called, "Open! open!" "Who is there?" said the woman of the house. "I am the Witch of one Horn," was answered. … Continue reading Celtic Fairy Tales #4

Celtic Fairy Tales #1


Connla and the Fairy Maiden -by Joseph Jacobs 1892 CONNLA of the Fiery Hair was son of Conn of the Hundred Fights. One day as he stood by the side of his father on the height of Usna, he saw a maiden clad in strange attire coming towards him. "Whence comest thou, maiden?" said Connla. … Continue reading Celtic Fairy Tales #1