An Introduction to the Three Gods of Skill

Exploring the Ancient Lore of Ireland and getting to know its Artisans

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Online Class which gives an introduction to the Three Gods of Skill, Credne the brazier, Luchtae the wright, and Goibniu the smith. We will take you through some of the sources for the lore of these Gods and then explore the role of these talents and their importance to the Tuath.

The class will cover some of the main tracts in the old lore of Ireland, explore the main themes of skill and service and the importance of people such as these three Gods had in their tribe, and take a step into the teachers personally informed perspectives in regards to the Gods and how we may engage our skills with theirs in our modern world.

This Teaching is suitable for beginners, as well as those with more experience in this area, or in other traditions. You do not have to be dedicated to or working with any Irish Gods, Guides, or Guardians to take this class.

Your Course access enrollment below includes access to:

  • -- Class Presentation Slides
  • -- Class Video
  • -- Class Audio
  • -- Class Chat Log/Resources
  • -- Original story by An Scéalaí Beag

You will get the unique perspective of a native Irish bard, who studies the lore of Ireland and retells those tales for a modern audience, keeping to the core values and traditions and integrating them in his own pagan practices.


In my experience Scealai Beag is extremely knowledgeable, approachable, and definitely walks his talk. I consider him a reliable source and am happy to personally recommend him in regards to Irish lore and practice.

- Kellene Rees

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. 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

Amazing storytelling that relays modern tales of the Irish gods that is both consistent with what we know from history and lore, and matches much of modern Irish polytheist knowledge. I have his book and it is excellent! Every podcast I have heard him on has been a wonderful investment of the time spent to listen to it.

- Jennifer Lawrence

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
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