The Ballymote Bards Story

part of the Ogham series ... next session, Sunday 18th July 2021

about this afternoon session ...

Due to the current Coronavirus prevention practices. this Sunday Session is being transferred to live streaming format.

By the time this even happens we will have both limited visitors, and sustain this online live stream service too.

Streaming is about 30 mins through Facebook Live and YouTube Live simultaneously, from our  Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth Gardens Facebook Page and Carrowcrory Journal Channel on YouTube.

On Facebook, you do not need to be a Facebook member to watch! This is the all public link ...

If you cannot stream through our Facebook Page, please click here to ask  me to message you back the YouTube link when I post it there.

About ..

After I ran the Introduction To Ogham session online, I quickly realised this is a vast subject that deserves to be a series. This is Part 4, The Ballymote |Bards Story.

With this session I cover the Ogham references in the ancient Book Of Ballymote and tales of Bards related to the Ogham both from the Scriptoreum of Ballymote and the Tuatha De Dannan tales of Corran, or Coarran the Bard of Dean Cecht. I also share suggestions of how these stories can assist our imagination, creativity and project outcomes today.

This session is adopted from my own Ogma's Tale Of The Trees and offers a fun and inspirational opportunity to return to nature's sensory language and arrive back to where we are now through a glimpse of how we interpret Ogham.

Invitation to Contribute Content ...

Content can be about your explorations and discovery of the sidhe and fairy world. This can also be poetry and stories about these things. 10 minute slots maximum. At this point no commercial advertising content though do briefly mention your web site if you have one. .

Message me for more information about inclusion.

Itinerary ...

2:00  The Ballymote Bards Story live stream through Facebook Live
3:00  Visitor's Labyrinth Contemplation time
4:00  Social time with visitors

Visitors must RSVP. Now limiting to 8 visitors per session. 

This is one of our exclusive themed sessions based on my books  Bathing In The Fae's Breath, Bathing With The Sheela, Bathing Your Roots, Bathing Among The Aislings. To join in, we ask for a per session donation of your choice.

Please RSVP through one of the links below ... 

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