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Hill of Uisneach...believed to beat the geographic center of Ireland. Some say you can see 20 of the 32 counties on a clear day. Ritual fires could be seen for miles and would signal other fires to be lit.

Hill of Uisneach...believed to beat the geographic center of Ireland. Some say you can see 20 of the 32 counties on a clear day. Ritual fires could be seen for miles and would signal other fires to be lit.

"Pitch black fell rapidly in the woods; deep gloom engulfed him. He had no fire, just the moonlight"

"Pitch black fell rapidly in the woods; deep gloom engulfed him. He had no fire, just the moonlight"

Glendalough, a beautiful valley in the Wicklow mountains, and a medieval monastic site.

Glendalough, a beautiful valley in the Wicklow mountains, and a medieval monastic site.

a truly mystical place we found

a truly mystical place we found

Thin Places - Sacred Sites - Earth Energies - Mystical sites, Sacred Places in Ireland and beyond: 5 Must-See Thin Places in Ireland

Thin Places - Sacred Sites - Earth Energies - Mystical sites, Sacred Places in Ireland and beyond: 5 Must-See Thin Places in Ireland

Steven Wood Collins's Blog: The Writing of Steven Wood Collins - Author of "Puramore - The Lute of Pythagoras" - The Patricians: Niall Mor Noígíallach of the Nine Hostages (380 - 454) - King of Tara, 126th High King of Ireland, Captor of St Patrick of Ireland, Primogenitor of Uí Néill Dynasty - Author's 46th Great Grandfather - March 03, 2012 10:52

Steven Wood Collins's Blog: The Writing of Steven Wood Collins - Author of "Puramore - The Lute of Pythagoras" - The Patricians: Niall Mor Noígíallach of the Nine Hostages (380 - 454) - King of Tara, 126th High King of Ireland, Captor of St Patrick of Ireland, Primogenitor of Uí Néill Dynasty - Author's 46th Great Grandfather - March 03, 2012 10:52

Thin Places - Sacred Sites - Earth Energies - Mystical sites, Sacred Places in Ireland and beyond: 5 Must-See Thin Places in Ireland

Thin Places - Sacred Sites - Earth Energies - Mystical sites, Sacred Places in Ireland and beyond: 5 Must-See Thin Places in Ireland

Hill Of Tara, Co. Meath .It contains a number of ancient monuments, and was the seat of the High King of Ireland. Also to be seen is The Lia Fáil (The Stone of Destiny) which was used as a coronation stone by the High Kings.

Hill Of Tara, Co. Meath .It contains a number of ancient monuments, and was the seat of the High King of Ireland. Also to be seen is The Lia Fáil (The Stone of Destiny) which was used as a coronation stone by the High Kings.

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