Category Archives: fairies, mythology
Oh, I nearly forget. For those of you who haven’t seen it. In a reply to to someone I posted a short read of King Eochaidh the Horse Warrior on the post. It’s located in the middle of the … Continue reading
This is perhaps the next book which will be out perhaps in June or July. As I told you all, all of these stories were written some time ago. Anyone familiar with the legend of the Fairy Tree Troll and … Continue reading
This is unlike the traditional Vampire stories which most are primarily based upon Eastern European traditions. I researched further back in time and followed the trail of the folklore. There’s a variation of it all over the world. … Continue reading
Van, the progenitor of Vampires. Continue reading
According to legends fairies are immortal. They only “pretend” to die when they wish to leave someone.
During research for King Eochaidh I came across a very interesting ancient fable or story. It was so old it had been translated four times before being translated into modern English. I know it’s commonly taught nowadays that they are … Continue reading
It would be difficult to write about ancient Erin or Ireland without including fairies, leprechauns and other mythological creatures. So there are fairies mentioned in “King Eochaidh, the Horse Warrior.”