Ireland Archive

  • There are many practicing witches and druids in Ireland today who believe in ancient traditions and folk magic. We’ve put together a list of ancient charms and spells based on this Irish magic. Whether you are seeking a spell for love, luck, or healing, emotional charms, or even potency, these […]

    Ancient Irish Charms & Spells!

    There are many practicing witches and druids in Ireland today who believe in ancient traditions and folk magic. We’ve put together a list of ancient charms and spells based on this Irish magic. Whether you are seeking a spell for love, luck, or healing, emotional charms, or even potency, these […]

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  • A picture of County Clare’s equivalent to the Loch Ness monster has surfaced in a London image archive. An account of the sea monster’s appearance was featured in a newspaper article in the Victorian publication, The Day’s Doings on 21 October 1871. The paper reported that there had been “some […]

    Picture Of Irish Sea Monster Re-Surfaces!

    A picture of County Clare’s equivalent to the Loch Ness monster has surfaced in a London image archive. An account of the sea monster’s appearance was featured in a newspaper article in the Victorian publication, The Day’s Doings on 21 October 1871. The paper reported that there had been “some […]

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  • Interview with Folklorist Dr. Jenny Butler Topic: Irish Fairy Beliefs Interviewer: David Jenkins for The Irish Voice radio show, Canberra, Australia

    Irish Fairy Beliefs!

    Interview with Folklorist Dr. Jenny Butler Topic: Irish Fairy Beliefs Interviewer: David Jenkins for The Irish Voice radio show, Canberra, Australia

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  • The name leprechaun may have derived from the Irish leath bhrogan (shoemaker), although its origins may lie in luacharma’n (Irish for pygmy). These apparently aged, diminutive men are frequently to be found in an intoxicated state, caused by home-brew poteen. However they never become so drunk that the hand which […]

    Leprechauns!

    The name leprechaun may have derived from the Irish leath bhrogan (shoemaker), although its origins may lie in luacharma’n (Irish for pygmy). These apparently aged, diminutive men are frequently to be found in an intoxicated state, caused by home-brew poteen. However they never become so drunk that the hand which […]

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  • Ireland is famous for its vast mythology. From leprechauns and fairies to banshees and kelpies, the Emerald Isle has at least as many legends as it has real, recorded history. But not every Irish legend is fairy tale material. The country has plenty of paranormal myths and ghost stories that […]

    Paranormal Tales From Ireland!

    Ireland is famous for its vast mythology. From leprechauns and fairies to banshees and kelpies, the Emerald Isle has at least as many legends as it has real, recorded history. But not every Irish legend is fairy tale material. The country has plenty of paranormal myths and ghost stories that […]

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  • Perched atop various grassy knolls near Dublin, Ireland is Montpelier Hill, one of the most haunted locales in all of Ireland’s history. Throughout its nearly three-century long existence, the home has been the subject of many hauntings and other speculated supernatural events. The hunting lodge was originally built atop the […]

    The Haunting Of Montpelier Hill, Dublin, Ireland!

    Perched atop various grassy knolls near Dublin, Ireland is Montpelier Hill, one of the most haunted locales in all of Ireland’s history. Throughout its nearly three-century long existence, the home has been the subject of many hauntings and other speculated supernatural events. The hunting lodge was originally built atop the […]

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  • Back in 1968, a derelict building on the outskirts of Dublin was purchased by Margaret O’Brien and her husband, with the intent of renovating it, and opening it as arts center. Little did they know that it was already inhabited by a ghostly figment of a popular local legend. The […]

    The Black Cat Of Killakee House!

    Back in 1968, a derelict building on the outskirts of Dublin was purchased by Margaret O’Brien and her husband, with the intent of renovating it, and opening it as arts center. Little did they know that it was already inhabited by a ghostly figment of a popular local legend. The […]

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  • All is not well in the cottage at the edge of the Ballynageragh bog. The simple home lies on the outskirts of this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it village in west Ireland’s County Kerry. During the last two decades, no fewer than five inhabitants of the tiny white building used for public housing died […]

    Irish Cottage Haunted By Evil Fairies!

    All is not well in the cottage at the edge of the Ballynageragh bog. The simple home lies on the outskirts of this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it village in west Ireland’s County Kerry. During the last two decades, no fewer than five inhabitants of the tiny white building used for public housing died […]

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  • A fascinating documentary, one I recommend you watch from beginning to end.

    The Occult History Of Ireland!

    A fascinating documentary, one I recommend you watch from beginning to end.

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  • This intruiging documentary brings us face to face with some of Ireland’s most infamous Haunted Castles and their Unearthly inhabitants.Leap(The Elemental),Glynn,Huntington & More.

    Castle Ghosts Of Ireland!

    This intruiging documentary brings us face to face with some of Ireland’s most infamous Haunted Castles and their Unearthly inhabitants.Leap(The Elemental),Glynn,Huntington & More.

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