[irish_witchcraft] Fw: Equinox in Ireland
> forwarded message...
> The Office of Public Works will have staff in attendance at Cairn T for
> Equinox Illumination on the mornings of March 20th, March 21st and March
> 22nd 2008 from 6.15am until 7.30am.
> The Prehistoric Solar Calendar: Is Knowth the Key?, An Illustrated Free of
> Charge Lecture by Dr Euan MacKie Honorary Research Associate, National
> Museums of Scotland at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre on Tuesday 25th March
> The Megalithomania Conference - Glastonbury, England on 17th & 18th May
> Recently Published Books:
> Temples of Stone - Exploring the Megalithic Tombs of Ireland by Carleton
> Excellent reference book on the significant Megalithic sites of Ireland.
> Carleton Jones has distilled the knowledge of all previous publications
> combined it with his own research and photographs to create a must have
> for anyone interesting in the Megalithic Tombs of Ireland.
> Stones of Adoration: Sacred Stones and Mystic Megaliths of Ireland by
> Christine Zucchelli.
> This book brings Irish Mythology to life through well researched and
> accessible writing, enhanced by beautiful photographs of Sacred Stones,
> Shella-na-Gigs, Ogham Stones and Wishing Stones.
> Sacred Stones by Gene Kangas, Art Professor Emeritus.
> This book of black & white photographs features an array of ancient stone
> carvings located in prehistoric sites as well as personalized sculpted
> stones found in more recent cemeteries.
> Sacred Places Europe: 108 Destinations by Brad Olsen.
> Combining current trends, academic theories, and historical insights, this
> travel guide brings European spiritual locales into perspective by
> explaining the significance of each sacred site. The cultural relevance,
> history, and spirituality of each site are explained.
> Best wishes,