The Taking of Ireland

Invasion? Or coming home and learning how to connect with the Land and her Peoples?

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Online Course about the return to Ireland of the Tuatha Dé Danann and the Sons of Mil and how they differ in creating Right Relationship - Jon O'Sullivan

The earliest stories of Ireland are about emigration and immigration. Join our online course as we look into the return to Ireland of the Tuatha Dé Danann and the Sons of Mil. Follow along as we tackle some of the key differences in their recorded actions and explore the idea of Right Relationship with a land and its people.


  • Section 1: The Order of Invasions
  • Section 2: The Tuatha Dé Danann
  • Section 3: The Sons of Mil
  • Section 4: Descendent or Coloniser?
  • Section 5: What does any of this mean to me?

Your Course access enrollment includes:

  • -- Class Presentation Slides
  • -- Class Video
  • -- Class Audio
  • -- Class Chat Log/Resources

Enrolling in the course will give you lifetime access, including any new recordings and resources in the future.

Your Instructor

Jon O'Sullivan
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. With his partner, Lora O'Brien, he is the co-founder of the Irish Pagan School.
"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

Course Curriculum

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" I found Jon's writings on a sidebar of a blog of a person devoted to The Dagda. I had been searching for reliable and current content for some time. I enjoyed the blog so took the owner up on looking into this storyteller she was fond of. Wow! All it took was reading one story. I spent an hour at least reading as many stories as I could. From that point, I joined every site Jon was on. His storytelling is warm and rich and I could easily see events unfolding as I read. He has enhanced my relationship with The Dagda. I not only share Jon's work on Facebook but also in my community. When I meet others who are interested in the Irish deities I always recommend Jon. I have noticed a few of my friends now follow him." - Grip Dellabonte

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? Once the Course Materials are uploaded after the live class has run, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

"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

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