Sunday, November 8, 2015

Homemade Recipe for Natural Fruit Meat Candy

A recipe for making candy using leftover fruit scraps and fruit rinds to make delicious homemade all natural candy.

Comparisons Between the Welsh Beli and the Irish Bile

A brief comparative analysis between the folklore and mythology of the Irish Bile and the Welsh Beli. 

Viking Longship Construction and Design

A brief, and albeit basic, explanation of Viking longship construction and design.

Alternative Educational Paths to College

Find out about educational alternatives and how to attend college and get a degree without completing high school.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Gundestrup Cauldron

Information about the Gundestrup cauldron including information about its construction and history based on the archeological findings associated with this Celtic cultural icon.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

A Poem About Hecate, a Greek Goddess

Some poetry about the Greek goddess, Hecate, to inspire you during the dark winter months.

Documentary Film Review: Glenafooka, the Glen of the Ghost

Here is a review of the Irish documentary film, "Glenafooka: the Glen of the Ghost."

Information About the Arbutus Tree of Ireland

A discussion about the Arbutus unedo, or Strawberry Tree, of Ireland including basic facts, myths, and its usage thoughout history. In Irish, the arbutus tree is known as caithne or the Apple of Cain.

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Victor Turner and Symbolic Anthropology

Here is an article about Victor Turner who was an anthropologist associated as one of the forefathers of symbolic anthropology. He is well-known for his work in Africa with the Ndembe tribe, but his research extended to many cultures throughout the world.