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Welsh area where the King of the Fairies allowed an entrance into the other world. Here and there megaliths like this one remind one that this is still ancient and sacred country.

Ballymacdermot Court Tomb or The Fairy Ring as its known locally lying on the southern slopes of Ballymacdermot Mountain close to Newry, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Located on a level terrace on the southeastern slopes of Sleive Gullion is a well-preserved court tomb known as Ballymacdermot Cairn. Locally known as 'The Cashla', it is also spoken of as 'The Graves', and 'The Fairy Ring', and is reputed to be haunted.

The blood of the vikings - Orkney's genetic heritage

Orkneyjar - The Discovery and Excavation of Skara Brae. The remains of Orkney's finest Neolithic settlement.

The Wishing Fairy Tree at the Hill of Tara! Bring some ribbon to tie on the branches and make a wish to the fairies

Wishing Trees, aka May Bushes or Fairy Trees, are hawthorn trees to which people tie ribbons to ask blessings from the local saints, deities, or wee folk.

Photograph The Fairy Ring by Stephen Emerson on 500px

32 Magical Photos of Ireland

The Fairy Ring of County Armagh, Northern Ireland - apparently haunted. A Neolithic burial site with three chambers, dated between 4000 and 2500 BC.

Danu - Irish/Celtic mother earth.  Her offspring, the Tuatha De Danann are known as the fairy people skilled in magic.  They defeated the Fir Bolg, a race of evil giants.

Top 10 Earth Goddesses

Danu - Mother Goddess In Celtic mythology, Danu is the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann (“the people of the goddess Danu”) and was said to have suckled other gods. She and her consort, Bilé,.

The Fairy King's advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

The Fairy King's advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

The Fairy King's advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland  | Irish Archaeology

The Fairy King& advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland

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