Charity Evening of Spiritual Mediumship

A charity evening of Spiritual Mediumship is being held on Friday 6th February at 8 pm in Baldoyle Community Hall (Main Street beside the church), in aid of Peter McVerry Trust, a registered charity that works with homeless people.

The Mediums involved are all giving their time for free, Declan Flynn (as recently seen on RTE), Dave Brophy, Vivienne Cardin, Eileen Morris and Esther McGaley.  There will also be a raffle on the evening, with lots of prizes including vouchers for readings, healings and past life regression, as well as hampers with candles, incense, crystals etc.

Tickets may be purchased both for the charity event and for the raffle online at My Charity Spiritual Mediumship Event and from Baldoyle Forum (upstairs in Baldoyle Community Hall).

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It promises to be a great evening for a very worthy cause, if you can’t come on the evening, please support us anyway by buying a raffle ticket.


Loughcrew Autumn Equinox Festival on Irish TV

Irish TV filmed some of the highlights of this year’s Autumn Equinox Festival at Loughcrew / Oldcastle.  Included are an interview with Bartle D’Arcy of Directing Tourism, myself speaking about my new CD, a Guided Meditation from Loughcrew (available to purchase online here), the preview launch of the animation of Conan and the Mystical Magical Light of Loughcrew by Tina Halpin and Lisa Brady, an Art Exhibition by local artists from Oldcastle, the art of lacemaking from the Kraft Kaffee shop and Kyrie Murry the Bard of Tara performing some of his poetry.

The next Loughcrew / Oldcastle Equinox Festival will take place on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd March 2015, with dawn ceremonies at Carnbane East both mornings, talks and workshops all day Saturday in Cinema Club Oldcastle and many other exciting events planned.  Treasa

Autumn Equinox Festival at Loughcrew / Oldcastle 2015 on Irish TV


Annual Samhain Celebrations at Tlachtga

The annual Samhain Torchlit Procession and Celebration at Tlachtga, the Hill of Ward, Athboy takes place on Halloween night.    Tlachtga is the home of the ancient Samhain fire, where what is now celebrated as Halloween worldwide originated, many many moons ago.  The modern day event is the brainchild of local resident Joe Conlon who has been organising it for the last fifteen years.

People attending gather at the faery ring in the Fairgreen in Athboy, Co. Meath at 7 pm and the torchlit procession leaves for Tlachtga at 7.30 pm, where Gemma McGowan and friends give a magnificent rendition of the story of the Goddess Tlachtga.  For further details see the Friends of Tlachtga Facebook page.


Tlachtga Samhain 2013

Tlachtga Samhain 2012

Mythlands Guide Book

The Legendary Midlands of Ireland

A Guide to a Landscape that has to be Believed to be Seen

The Mythlands Guide Book features many off the beaten track sites and a guide to the top attractions of the area including Loughcrew Cairns, Brú na Bóinne, Hill of Tara, Corlea Trackway, Kells Heritage Town, Fore Monastic Site, Trim Castle, Granard Motte and Bailey, Loughcrew Gardens, Tullynally Castle, Battle of the Boyne Site, Belvedere House and Lockes Distillery.  Maps, accommodation, things to do links and contact details at the end of the book.

Mythlands is written and compiled by Bartle D’Arcy of Directing Tourism, who lives and guides in the area, in response to many requests after finishing tours if it was possible to get in one book the stories he had recounted.

€6.50 including p&p worldwide:

3 CD Set Available for only €33

3 CD Set Available for only €33

Purchase all three Guided Meditation CDs in the Sacred Sites of Ireland series for a discount price of €33.00 inc. p&p worldwide (rrp €14.95 each)

Visit the Hill of Tara, the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland, a magical and mystical place, sacred to the druids.  Connect energetically with a beech tree, journey into the faery realm with King Lugh and meet his people the Tuatha Dé Danann.

Introduction: 7.53   Guided Meditation:  40.58   Harp Instrumental:  11.43

Visit Uisneach, the hill of Balor where the first Bealtaine fires were lit in ancient times.  Home to the Dagda and Ériu and burial place of King Lugh of the Tuatha Dé Danann.  Light a sacred fire on top of the Hill of Uisneach and hold a rebirthing ceremony at the Cat Stone with the Goddess Ériu.

Introduction:  8.08   Guided Meditation:  35.39 Harp Instrumental:  8.53

Visit Loughcrew cairns, megalithic passage tombs on Slieve na Caillaigh, the Mountains of the Hag.  Meet the Ollamh Fodhla in Cairn T and fly with a raven to Cairn L to connect with the energy of the Cailleach, Spirit and the ancestors through the power of the white whispering stone and the sacred rock art.

Introduction:  8.08   Guided Meditation: 44.44   Shamanic Drumming: 22.22

CD Launch of a Guided Meditation from Loughcrew

I’m delighted to announce that my new CD, a Guided Meditation from Loughcrew will be launched as part of the Loughcrew / Oldcastle Equinox Festival on 20th September, at 1 pm in the Cinema Club, Oldcastle.  All welcome to attend.  Hope to see some of you there.   There’s a FaceBook Event with additional information.

To find out more about the rest of the Autumn Equinox Festival, check out the Oldcastle Loughcrew Equinox FB page or Oldcastle Chamber of Commerce