Online Course on the beliefs, Irish mythology, folklore and magic of the Cailleach in Ireland - with native Irish Draoí Lora O'Brien
"In origin, she was undoubtedly one of the Goddesses, or a special manifestation of the Land Goddess." - Professor Daithí Ó hÓgáin
This course covers:
- -- What is the Cailleach? (name meaning, pronunciation, and roles)
- -- The Cailleach in the Irish Folklore of the Land
- -- The Cailleach in the Old Houses
- -- Cailleach traditions in Ireland
- -- Placenames associated with Her
- -- Cailleach Stories from Irish People
- -- Other Associations in the Mythology
You get access to 2 hours of a recorded Teaching Presentation in your course curriculum, then a separate Guided Journey to connect to the Cailleach directly – using Lora’s native Irish Otherworld Journeying method. This Class, and the Guided Journey, are suitable for beginners, as well as those with more experience in other traditions.
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 to meet the Cailleach in Irish Lore - accessible as soon as you enroll!
Lora is a modern Draoí – a practitioner and priest of indigenous Irish magic and spirituality, in the simplest terms. She 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. With her partner, Jon O'Sullivan, she is the co-founder of the Irish Pagan School. Lora is currently a candidate for a Masters Degree in Irish Regional History (2023), on the topic of Ogham.
"The time, effort, professionalism, let alone the in-depth research and resourcefulness that Lora O'Brien provides within the classes, lectures, workshops, and general offerings is top notch and superior to most claiming to be teaching in such fields today - genuine, authentic and native material from an equally genuine, authentic, native provider/facilitator."
- Dorn Simon (Ireland)
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"In depth classes full of true Irishness, a must for those wanting to be truly connected with the Irish land while working at your own pace."
- Liv A Crosse (Ireland).