Samhain Origins - Oweynagat & Emain Macha

exploring the folklore of the closing harvest ... next session Sunday 24th October 2021

about this afternoon session ...

How and where did the celebrations of Samhain, and later Halloween, originate?

Overall, this and the next Nature Folklore sessions will tune in to the whole root of celebrating this time. This is a celebration of harvest gathered, the sharing of harvest, and the preparing for quiet weaving winter time through the coming winter into Imbolc when the new spring awakens.

This Part One of Samhain Origins will explore how we 'play' this time with stories and traditions from Oweynagat Cave that now has a recent marketing trend of being promoted as the real and actual origin of Halloween.

Emain Macha in Armagh, will be explored, plus from this I will look at the Scottish Guisers and other Scottish Samhain traditions, 

I also invite you to share your experiences within Oweynagat Cave and Emain Macha, Navan Fort, and even as a Scottish Guiser of the past. Please message me. You can submit a pre-recorded video, or pre-recorded audio with some photographs, be live with me on Sunday and talk about some photographs, or just be live with me to share your story, poem, and conversation. 

Looking forward to you joining us with 'Samhain Origins, Part One'.

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