Manannán Mac Lir is a shifting, trickster and guardian deity who may hinder, but most often is available to help. If you approach the relationship right…
Do you want to learn of him; his world, his place in the Irish lore and legends? Do you want to Journey to Meet Manannán Mac Lir?
This course covers:
- Finding Manannán - Breaking Down the Lore
- Manannán's Tales - Story Examples (Immram Brain & Cormac's Cup)
- Mannanán's Gifts - the Magic Goods!
- Manannán's Places - Scared Sites Associated with Him
- Student Questions (3 sample Q's from our Class)
You will get over 2 hours of Teaching Presentation, then a separate Guided Journey to connect to Manannán 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)
Lora is a modern Draoí – a practitioner and priest of indigenous Irish magic and spirituality. She has been consciously following a spiritual path exploring her native Irish traditions for 30 years, dedicated specifically to the Irish Goddess Mórrígan in 2004, and is the author of seven books on Irish history, mythology, folklore, witchcraft, Pagan practice and priesthood. Her eighth book, on the Mórrígan, will be published by Llewellyn (2025). She professionally developed and 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, and together they create a vast amount of community service content for the Irish Pagan School Blog, YouTube Channel, and Podcast. Lora founded the Ogham Academy in 2022, and has a Masters Degree in Irish Regional History (2023) on the topic of Ogham and Irish Identity. (Pronouns: She/They)