Nature is Love; all of the Celtic Gods and Goddesses exist in the Druidic tradition of nature. Each animal, plant and breath are an expression of the divine and from whom we learn our place and presence as humans. This divine is yours - holding her arms out to you, kissing your lips tenderly. All that is required to find this love is to listen. Love - is the highest, most radiant of all human emotions is right before you - in every flower, seed and ocean wave. If you listen. It is you who choose to see beyond the trapped up human world, and let her heaven exalt you.
Elven World book series is about this Love and is expressed in a story just as we have always done in the ancient ways of Druidism. It is written for children ages 6-16 and especially for those who are learning the ways of magic love of the Light Elven and the Fae. Sign in at www.elvenworld.org
to receive a free copy to read to your children, for them to connect with the gods and goddesses of ancient Ireland. It is a gift from my heart to yours and to all who pass along this way. Enjoy.
Tara Hill is the spiritual capital of Ireland and is a major cultural and historical monument beloved by people all over the world.
Tara was a center of civilization seven thousand years ago. When you consider that the oldest Egyptian tomb is 5,000 years old, the magnitude of Tara’s historical significance can be understood.
In April, 2009 at Tara Hill, scientists unearthed a wooden monument of the size and magnitude of Stonehenge.
Tara Hill was the seat of the pre-Celtic civilization of the Tuatha de Danann. Millions of people in Ireland and in fact, all over the world, consider themselves descendents of the Tuatha de Danann, or “Children of the Goddess Danu.” Danu is the goddess of the Earth and after whom the river Danube was named, among other cultural significances.
Modern legend as told in Elven World: Restoration of the Tuatha De Danann Kingdom
recently published by Rembrandt Press, continues the story that began in ancient legends about Tara Hill as the sacred dwelling place of the gods and the entrance to an Otherworld of the Faery and the Elven kingdom.
Many thousands from across the globe protest the construction of a new motorway through the Tara valley, which has placed this sacred place among the 100 most endangered heritage sites of the world.
has nominated the Tara to be a World Heritage Site, but can only do so on the condition that the M3 Motorway is re-routed because the destruction of the cultural heritage due to the motorway breaches the World Heritage Convention
Otherwise, the Tara Hill complex qualifies for World Heritage Status as a natural and cultural landscape of universal value due to its cultural significance and extent of surviving remains.
If we can have the site designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) World Heritage Status site, then changes would have to be made to re-route of the motorway which runs close to Tara Hill.
The vast majority of the Irish (70%) want the motorway to be re-routed away from the Hill. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights calls for governments to represent the people’s wishes
What Can You Do To Help Today?
1. Please go to www.savetarapetition.net and sign. Make a donation of any size if you can.
2. If you are on Twitter: Please tell your friends to sign the petition. Tweet about it as often as possible to as many people as possible with this hashtag: #SaveTaraHill
3. Join the Save Tara groups on Facebook.
4. Learn more about the Tuatha de Danann and the cultural heritage that is being revitalized through our poets, writers and artists. Here are some sites which may be of interest to you in that regard:
(Please let me know if there are more to add)
See the videos posted on this site, You Tube and at
Photos of Tara Hill photographed from the air by Anthony Murphy
copyright Anthony Murphy, 2000 courtesy of mythicalireland.com
“Modern fairy traditions are about blending the past with the future. In doing this, it helps us as people to evolve so that we can be on equal footing with our technology. We must learn to apply wisdom in using our technology so that it helps us rather than destroys us. Elves and faeries by nature are just the beings to teach us how to build a bridge between nature and technology, so that they can live side by side, nourishing each other and providing for each other’s well-being”
Elven World continues the ancient Elven tradition while adding the fresh new Elven experience on Earth right now. Step into Elven World and you walk the path in a forest under a canopy of trees creating a sacred space just for you––profoundly embracing you with color and sound. Inspiration abounds and captures you with messages about our world from the Elven, guiding us to heights of appreciation and understanding we’ve never before known.
The first in a series of stories in the modern Elven tradition, Elven World: Restoration of the Tuatha de Danann Kingdom teaches us through the adventures of the Elven and Fae who live in our world today. Their magic lies in a dimension just beyond the everyday. Step into the magical world by nurturing the Elven spirit that lives within your heart.
Elven World is now available hardcopy at www.elvenworld.org (great book to give as a gifts for reading over and over again).
Read Elven World online (free!). Chapter-by-Chapter digital presentations are being made available at www.elvenworld.org, for your pleasure.
Join the Elven social network (free again!) www.elvenworld.ning.com
The adventure of Elven World has been one that I am on with many of you--a ride over the rapids and out onto a cool lake that reflects the sky. We gently wash ashore and follow a tiny path into a deep forest that leads to a meadow with grasses waving in the wind. And here we are, having arrived into a new dimension a dimension similar to our own, but not exactly the same.
Like me, you probably weren't sure when you began, what you were searching for, but each step forward seemed necessary, a passion. The people along the path took on more meaning that passing strangers they became teachers, whether they, or you either, agreed.
Elven World connects us to our ancestors, certainly through the pleasure of story telling. It is spiritual lore that has been spoken by our great great grandparents but has long been hidden from us with gods and goddesses and a way of life that has long been written out of importance. All of this is brought back to us now.