Rowing Around Immrama 13 – In Search of Midir
As we reach dry land after our long Immram,we encounter yet another mystery. Midir was once a Lord of the Sidhe a judge, and a worker of wonders. He was, on land, what Mananann was, in the Land Under Wave. . All is not what it seems. A mist of obscurity has gathered around Midir.
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Music: “Tam Lin” by Gian Castello
- Posted in: Immráma 13: In Search of Midir ♦ Podcast Episodes ♦ Series 04: Rowing Around Immráma
- Tagged: Ardagh, Ardagh Hill, Brí Leith, Cethernach Caolriabhach, Cormac's Cup, Donn son of Midir, Étaín, Fiana, Finn, Immrám, islands, Metrical Dindshenchas, Midir, Óengus Mac Ind Óc, Otherworld, poetry, Tadhg Mac Céin, Tadhg O’Céin, The Wooing of Étaín, Tocmairc Étaíne