Fairy Folklore Of County Clare, Ireland

Ireland is a nation steeped in both the supernatural and paranormal. Whether it is selkies, banshees, leprechauns or politicians, the Emerald Isle has more than its fair share of scary and corruptible creatures. Yet one Otherworldly entity holds a grip upon the people more than any other, and that is the fairies. Travel around rural […]

The Valley Of The Black Pig – Poem By W.B. Yeats

Here is a short piece of verse from the renowned Irish poet and Nobel Prize winner. The Valleys Of The Black Pig The dews drop slowly and dreams gather: unknown spears Suddenly hurtle before my dream-awakened eyes, And then the clash of fallen horsemen and the cries Of unknown perishing armies beat about my ears. […]

Inca Origins Investigated Via DNA

The Inca’s were a powerful civilization that dominated the western part of the South American continent prior to the disastrous arrival of European colonials. Many legends surround the origins of this incredible society. In this article, scientists have looked at the DNA of indigenous peoples to determine where the Inca’s came from. The results are […]

Folk’d

Folk’d   by Laurence Donaghy This was an unexpected but pleasant surprize that fell into Rebel Voice‘s lap. Set in Belfast, it tells the tale of Danny Morrigan, his life, loves and reaction to the disappearance of his girlfriend, Ellie, and their baby boy, Luke. Danny is disillusioned with his lot. His father ran out on […]

Irish Gods And Goddesses

This short clip gives followers of Rebel Voice a little insight into the wonderful world of the ancient Irish gods and goddesses. It is sad that most Irish people are unaware of the wealth of mythology, ancient history and pre-colonial culture that we have. Our heritage is the equal of any on the planet.

Celtic Creatures Of Fear

This ornamented list of Celtic paranormal creatures is one explanation of why North Americans see us the way they do. Tourists from the US often expect to trip over a leprechaun every day here, whilst running from the Dullahan and hearing the Banshee outside the whitewashed stone cottage with the thatched roof (no doubt after […]

Temple, Gods and Sacrifice on Slieve Gullion

It’s colder and wetter now. The climate has cooled. The crops are failing. To appease their fickle deities the tribesmen must make a powerful sacrifice. They stand nervously huddled within the shadowy chamber and restrain their drugged victim as outside the steadily weakening sun falls ominously to mark the end of the year. It’s 3000 […]

Temple, Gods and Sacrifice in Ireland

It’s colder now, and wetter. The men stand nervously huddled within the shadowy chamber. They lightly restrain their drugged victim, as a steadily weakening sun falls ominously to mark the end of the year. The climate has cooled, the crops are yearly failing. To appease their fickle deities the tribesmen must make a powerful sacrifice. […]