The Mists of Manannan God of the Sea of the Ancient Irish

Michael Conneely
Michael Conneely

This is a very brief snippet of the fourth of the meditations to meet Manannan, God of the Sea of the Tuatha de Danaan and the Ancient Irish.

You can enroll on my Druid Forest School Course to meet him.

Manannan is a great God with much to teach us. Join our Druid Forest School and learn how to make visionary contact with him, as well as the other great goddesses and Gods of the ancient Irish:…

manannan-2In the first module you learn about the ways Manannan was anciently understood and you receive presentation and journeying audios to build your relationship with him.

In the fourth module, we yet again connect with Manannan on the shore of the North Atlantic Ocean in the far West of Ireland. The mists of concealment are a great theme in the ancient material that has come down to us on Manannan, though sadly he was parodied and trivialised in the monkish manuscripts: writers who did not realise the greatness of their material.

We build to learning about Manannan as Psychopomp. Cashel Manannan leads to the Cave of The Morrigan: The cave of Cruachan – Oweynagat at Rathcroghan which is near the Healing Centre in Foxford in County Mayo where I live and work.

You can learn about the Goddesses and Gods of the ancient Irish by enrolling for the worldwide distance learning courses on my Druid Forest School website.

As well as my worldwide courses, there are in-person face to face sessions and events on the sacred land either in our dedicated Healing Centre in Foxford county Mayo, and on nearby sacred places on the earth of the far West of Ireland such as Croagh Patrick Mountain (as it is called now!), Loch na Corra, Carrowmore with its sacred alignment, Knocknarea, Cailleach a Bherra’s House, the River Unius: place of the annual union of The Dagda and The Morrigan at Samhain, as well as Carrowkeel. And there’s my Novel: Druid (available on Amazon) and my forthcoming novel: The Morrigan and The Dagda.

Please get in touch. I look forward to working with you,

Michael Conneely