In this final part of the ninth century Celtic tale, Liadan and Kurithir, Kurithir is visited by Liadan in a dream. 'O Liadan! O mist of honey fragrance! Within my dreams, you drift the night with me!' Was it a dream or perhaps a vision that brings the pair back together? What makes a vision … Continue reading The Windmill- Revisiting a Celtic tale. Can our lives be guided by dreams?
What is love at first sight? In a tale originating in the ninth century, it appears they believed in destiny and everlasting love. Liadan and Kurithir are beginning to realise it doesn't matter what happens to them now - especially as the tale reveals there are those who would sabotage their connection - but they … Continue reading The Windmill and a Revisit to a Celtic tale of love and loss Part II.
What is love at first sight?What do we mean by destiny?Are some things just meant to be?And are there messages in our dreams? Today I'm revisiting an earlier blog that included the old Celtic tale of Liadan and Kurithir. The story was an inspiration when writing the book. With the release of The Windmill last … Continue reading The Windmill and a Revisit to A Celtic Tale of Love and Loss.
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part VII. The End. Liadan and Kurthir have been separated through the vow taken before the church. How long will they remain apart and will their souls ever become content with this separation? Of Kurithir there were records for there was grief on Erinn when … Continue reading Soul Mysteries: Belief and knowledge of true love brings souls together.
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part VI. Kurithir and Prince Flann had uncovered the deception and betrayal that Moria and Aevil had instigated in an attempt to climb the social hierarchy of the time. It didn't work! Armed with this knowledge can the Royal Party reach Liadan and reunite the … Continue reading Spiritual versus earthly love. Will a spiritual love endure after our earthly needs have passed?
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part V. Kurithir and his loyal friend, Prince Flann set off to confront Aevil and to seek the truth. What will be the cost of this quest to Flann and his friend? THE raiders were gone from Connaught and the work of the chiefs was … Continue reading Lies from the past do not lay forever.
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part IV. Kurithir has had a series of dreams or visions. So clear are these to him that he felt compelled to return. What will he find? Into the deep harbour of the cliffs he sailed on a fair morning and men with shields and … Continue reading Strength of Souls: Believing the unbelievable.
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part III. Aveil had thoughts of a trap. One that would drive a wedge between the newly found lovers, Liadan and Kurithir. Moria did as she was instructed. Summoning Aillain to Aveil's chambers. All the while Kurithir grew sick of Aveil’s efforts to … Continue reading Can our lives be guided by dreams? Is there such a thing as a simple dream?
We left our story in Part I with Kurithir gazing up at Liadan, who had been locked in her room by her sister, Aevil. It was dawn the day after they had first set adoring eyes upon each other. Part 2 continues: The day was fair and all went riding gaily to a neighbour’s castle … Continue reading A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part II.
As promised in my first blog. Over the next few blogs I’d like to share with you a story that really made me think about how we connect with the loves of our lives. I found this story on the Sacred Texts site. It is a short story from a series that forms part of … Continue reading A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part I.