Learn Online about Irish Mythical Creatures such as the Clurichaun, Selkie, the Púca (pooka) and many more - with Irish Draoí Lora O'Brien.
You have no doubt heard tell of the Leprechauns of Ireland, but what do you know of their close relatives the Clurichaun? Could you tell them apart were you to meet one? What about the dangers of the Gancanach and their seductive 'love talking', or the Leannán Sidhe who will love you... to death?
In this online course we will explore some of the strange and wonderful creatures which appear in Irish Mythology. There is no need to look beyond Ireland for stories of vampires, serpentine beasts, and werewolves. Settle in and join us for this course, but fair warning to ye; Here be Monsters.
Your Course access enrollment includes:
- -- Class Presentation Slides
- -- Class Video
- -- Class Audio
- -- Class Chat Log/Resources
- -- Guided Journey Video
- -- Guided Journey Audio (for you to repeat the Journey)
Join us - just enroll below for instant access to the entire curriculum!
Lora is an Author, Teacher, and Guide: native born Irish, with 20+ years personal and professional experience in our history, heritage, archaeology, mythology, and pre-christian Irish Spirituality. Publications include - Irish Witchcraft from an Irish Witch, 2004; A Practical Guide to Irish Spirituality, 2013; Tales of Old Ireland - Retold, 2018; A Practical Guide to Pagan Priesthood, Llewellyn 2019; Irish Witchcraft - 2nd Edition, 2020; and a forthcoming work on Queen Medb, 2020.
She is a modern Draoí – a practitioner and priest of indigenous Irish magic and spirituality, in the simplest terms. Lora has been consciously following a pagan path for over 25 years, and dedicated specifically to the Irish Goddess Mórrígan in 2004. She managed one of Ireland's most important sacred sites - Cruachán/Rathcroghan - for a decade, and is a co-founder and legal celebrant with Pagan Life Rites Ireland.
"Lora's work is well written expert material about her home and culture that only only one born to it can have. She teaches in ways that engages and invites the participant into a deep relationship with the material. Direct and to the point, while sharing how she built the conclusions drawn. I would encourage anyone wanting to build a strong relationship with pagan Ireland look at her work first."
- Kathleen Genia Gray (USA)
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"A no nonsense approach to the topics and a genuine dedication to seeing accurate information disseminated."
- Justin Dane Stewart (USA).