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FREE - The Dagda - Hearth Hero & Domestic Deity

Exploring the Deeds of the Dagda as a Guide to Healthy Masculinity.

Among the Tuatha Dé Danann there was one they knew as the The Dagda, 'the goodly one'. He was their great Irish God of wizardry and druid craft; warrior, hero, chieftain, and King. Yet, though this man bore many names, one of the most well know is Ollathar, 'father of many'... and it is to this title that we will turn to today.

In this course we will dive into Ireland's ancient lore and explore the Dagda's role as a father and hearth keeper; a deity of domestic life, and a role model for healthy masculinity today.

The Curriculum includes:

  • -- Class Presentation Slides
  • -- Class Video
  • -- Class Audio
  • -- Class Chat Log/Resources
  • -- BONUS - PDF Copy of a Dagda Story, written by the Class Teacher.

Enroll now for an authentic, well researched expolration of the Dagda's role and function in the domestic life of hearth & home.


"Second after the ancient texts I listen to what Jon has to say about An Dagda. His original work is so faithful to the sources that it's almost indistinguishable. There just isn't a better contemporary source." - Mac de Bride (UK)

Course Curriculum


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Your Instructor


Jon O
Jon O'Sullivan
Jon O'Sullivan (An Scéalaí Beag) is an Irish tour guide, weaver of words, a teller of tales of his patron Deity, the Dagda, chief of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
He runs a blog, posting monthly stories - inspired by the native lore (and sometimes directly dictated by Big D himself). His Patreon gives you early access to the tales, as well as having the stories told directly to you in the form of audio downloads. He lives with his family in County Waterford, Ireland.
"It's not always easy to find the words... but when you find the right words, you can change hearts and minds." - An Scéalaí Beag

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
This class runs live on Sunday 12th of April, and access after the live session will include these recordings. This makes it a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? You have unlimited access to this version of the course curriculum for as long as you remain a member of the Irish Pagan School - across any and all devices you own.

"Jon's storytelling and teaching are in a nice simple format that appeals to those who want to just sit down and read without all the extra adds on you find elsewhere, which makes them an enjoyable way to learn more about the deities. On top of this Jon is always willing to answer any questions you may have."

- Liv A Crosse (Ireland)

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