A Druid Carved in timber.

In the midst of Ireland and reaching almost 600 feet above sea level, is the Hill of Druids. Our ancient ancestors held this place as sacred. It is said that the Tuatha Dé Danann (Tribe of Gods) went underground here after their battles with the Milesians. The Goddess Erui, who gave her name to our island is said to be buried beneath the cat-stone. It has also been said that there is a magic lake beneath the hill of Uisneach, a lake where the Tuatha De Dannan bathe, and the water can rejuvenate them and keep them immortal.
Some of the Irish folklore is quite interesting, and their story telling is magical in its essence. Stories passed from generation to generation, going back to a time of intrigue and enchantment.


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