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Die Tattoo-Artists dieser Welt verstehen es in letzter Zeit zunehmend, uns massiv mit ihren unterschiedlichen Stilen und Skills zu beeindrucken. Artist Paul O’Rourke of Allstar Ink in Limerick, Ireland created this clever optical illusion tattoo that will definitely make you do a double take.
Hamish Douglas Burgess, also known as Jim or Seumas, is an artist living on the island of Maui, in the Hawaiian Islands.
Ongoing - in Kahana, West Maui, you can see a couple of pieces of The Celtic Art of Hamish Burgess at Hawaiian Village Coffee in the Kahana Gateway Mall (4405 Honoapiilani Hwy, #207) in West Maui. Friday May 8th & Tuesday 12th 2015 - for the first time in Lahaina town, West Maui, you could see The Celtic Art of Hamish Burgess at the Grand Opening of the Mick Fleetwood Art Gallery at Fleetwood's General Store below the Fleetwood's on Front St. The Celtic Art of Hamish Burgess exhibition was held over until May 20th '14 at Hawaiian Village Coffee in the Kahana Gateway Center (4405 Honoapiilani Hwy, #207) in West Maui. There was an artist's reception Saturday April 19th from 6-8pm with a Celtic Music Session - with special guest Irish singer Michael Black - the craic was mighty ! The original painting is on stained watercolour paper, with acrylic paint colours, and acrylic black ink outline. The whole piece is surrounded by red dots, a traditional way of picking out an important key word in both of the afore-mentioned manuscripts. Unicorn hiding below the toadstools, and a nod to the band's long-running TV show shows the character Twerp calling the dances. The wee harbour town is actually based on artist Hamish's old home town of Newquay, Cornwall, and with a surf break in front, there's a tiny Hamish riding the point break. Baby Celtic is a delightful introduction into the world of Celtic music, designed especially for babies. The photograph of Perry's own hands at the piano is faded into the steam coming out of an Irish tea cup. Original modern Celtic art by Hamish Burgess, this is a re-work of a painting from 2009, spurred on by a request to make it a standard print size.
The theme is Hawaiian marine life, painted in a Celtic style, inspired by Hamish's many years as a working scuba-diving instructor in the Caribbean, then Oahu and Maui, seeing these animals on a daily basis. The piece depicts from the sky into the ocean, starting with the clouds and sun (featuring a triscele). The jellyfish are being pursued by a green sea turtle (Honu), with a manta ray (Hahalua) nearby, all made with Celtic knots. Limited edition prints available on watercolour paper - approx 11 x 14 inches at $90 - plus shipping.
The blue trisceles signify heading across the waves to Canada, as all the members of the band did. The spiral coming off the figure five shows the logo that was on the door of the band’s original station wagon. The blue and white knotwork represents The Ice House club in Pasadena, melting into the colours of the 1960’s Decca Record label. The grey Celtic spiral represents The Virginian television series, on which the boys guested for three episodes. Inside the numeral 0 are brothers George and Will Millar, playing their instruments and sitting on a toadstool.
Between the numerals are symbols representing World Expos that the band played at in Japan, Australia and Canada. Next to that in the coil of rope is Maddie, George?s old red setter and namesake of his publishing company Red Maddie, and the Rover Records label logo. The band returned to the TV screen recently with two specials on PBS Television, represented by the small black and white spirals.
The original work shown above is currently not for sale, however it is available as a 24 x 24 inch limited edition print on watercolour paper, signed and numbered, costing $200.
This original piece was a wedding gift for good friends, Siobhan Halstead & Matt Siegel, customized to feature the couple.
It is a Celtic Tree of Life coming out of a traditional cauldron, with the seven creations of the ancient Celtic world - plants, humans, animals, birds, fish, reptiles and insects.
Hamish filled and surrounded the original Derrykeighan Stone design with other early shapes in the style of the Turoe Stone of the same La Tène era.
Original Celtic and folk art by Hamish Burgess, a piece for the cover of The Celtic Connection newspaper in Vancouver BC and Seattle, the May ‘13 issue.
Shrines have been found to him all over Europe, from the British Isles and Ireland in the west, to the ancient kingdom of Noricum, a federation of twelve tribes in the Eastern Alps, in what is now Austria. The sun disc decoration is based on the carvings of a 1st century BC bronze mirror, found at Trelan Bahow, St.Keverne, in West Cornwall. Beltaine is first mentioned in the ancient Irish dictionary Cormac’s Glossary, written by Cormac Mac Chileannain, Bishop of Cashel and King of Munster, who died in 908. This seasonal feast marks the end of the dark half of the year, and is about honouring life, and the coming of Summer. People did everything in their power to ensure the return of the Sun God, with huge Bel fires being lit on a knoll, started with 9 different types of sacred wood  (shown here) collected by the Druids.
St.Patrick famously lit his own fire at Beltane on the Hill of Slane, to announce the arrival of his new religion to Ireland, and challenge the Druids of King Laoghaire at nearby Tara. The ancient festival has become May Day in modern times, with it’s fertility dance around the Maypole, with young men and maidens circling the pole with coloured ribbons, weaving around each other, making a pattern on the pole. Prints available on watercolour paper - limited edition - approx 8 x 10 inches $60 plus shipping - approx 11 x 14 inches $90 plus shipping. For the background, 'Ancient Antrim' (see below), Hamish found an ancient Celtic art connection to the founding band members' home county of Antrim, Ireland. The foreground is the band's 'Unicorn & Mandolin' logo (see below), a modern Celtic piece by Hamish, adapted from the original trademark with permission of The Irish Rovers Company Ltd. This original piece was a commissioned by a friend as a gift for his great friends, customized to feature the couple. The Irish Rovers Christmas DVD features their rollicking Christmas concert filmed in Chatham, Ontario, and footage in the mountains and pubs of Banff National Park, Alberta. The art shows St.Patrick in later life wearing clerical robes, with his famous bell in one hand, and his treasured staff or crozier and a shamrock in the other. Saint Patrick is the most famous of the saints, celebrated the world over on March 17th as the patron saint of Ireland, but most information about him is open to speculation. At the age of 16 he was kidnapped by Irish pirates under Niall of the Nine Hostages, and brought to pagan Ireland. He trained as a cleric in France, in monasteries at Tours and Lerins, and was ordained a priest by St. Patrick knew that he would have to convert King Laoghaire, the High King of Tara, to take his message around pagan Ireland.
According to tradition, he was challenged by the druid Lochru who abused his faith, and Patrick called upon divine retribution – Lochru was raised to a great height and dashed on the rocks below smashing his skull !
The next day Patrick went to the court of King Laoghaire, and was challenged to various trials of power by the druid Lucetmael.
The bell, with it’s elaborate bell shrine container of gold and silver, is now in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.
Limited edition prints available on watercolour paper  - approx 8 x 10 inches - $60 plus shipping. George Millar wrote the great new single 'The Titanic' as a centennial year tribute to the pride of Belfast, the folks who built her, and the legacy she leaves today. The sinking of the RMS Titanic is one of the largest peacetime maritime tragedies in history.
The song gives us a feeling of descending the ocean depths to meet the great ship at her resting place, then she quickly sweeps us away on a journey to her glory days, charging across the high seas. For a brilliant video of the single, opening with the above image then with great archival photos, created by Maui Celtic's Jennifer Fahrni, please visit A Behind the Scenes Video by JJ Fahrni.
Hamish created this original piece after hearing the epic song, with the Celtic decorated porthole as a tribute to the grand ship's home of Belfast in Northern Ireland. The Titanic image is based on photographs and paintings, with the actual colours researched. The bow-wave contains the The Irish Rovers name, and all the lettering is ettering is Art Nouveau style to reflect the era.
The RMS Titanic was built in Belfast by the shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff, owned by Lord Pirrie, a friend of the managing director of the White Star Line, Bruce Ismay.
Original modern Celtic art created by Hamish Burgess for his company Maui Celtic in 2012, as the latest T-shirt of the Maui Celtic logowear range, which become a big hit on green shirts on St.Patrick's Day, and on black shirts at the Hawaiian Scottish Festival. She is also goddess of Weaving, shown here by her tartan cloak, which in legend she could throw over Ireland for protection, and was famously said to have hung it up to dry on a ray of the sun. Along with healing, she is the goddess of Childbirth, with the ancient fertility symbol of the Sheelagh na Gig on her right cloak. Our goddess was to cross from the old world into the new - in the later Celtic Christian Church, an extraordinary woman was to become a famous abbess, who after her death in 523AD, became Brigit's counterpart as Saint Brigit. The wickerwork St.Brigit's Cross, a popular talisman since the 17th century, is thought to have origins in the ancient symbol for the sun, a stylized version seen here on her left cloak. The piece shows an old fashioned dockside sunset scene in Ireland, with sailors from the ship anchored offshore enjoying their shore-leave as the sun goes down, visiting the town ale houses, and having a good time with the local 'ladies' !
The Irish singer commissioned Hamish after his previous artwork for the band's 'Gracehill Fair' CD and the upcoming 'Drunken Sailor' CD (see below). The piece shows an old fashioned Yuletide or Christmas scene, with traditional musicians playing for dancers at a snowy village crossroads after the sun has gone down, the street-light glowing on the snow-covered thatched roofs of the houses. Notice the wee 'character' at the back of the village, a nod to the band's landmark million selling single from 1967, 'The Unicorn'. A second original by Hamish Burgess, commissioned by George Millar of the Irish Rovers, for the liner notes booklet of the latest Irish Rovers Christmas CD, 'Merry Merry Time of Year'.
The design is a modern Celtic knot in the shape of a Yule or Christmas Tree, decorated with lights and music notes, with presents under the tree including the instruments of original members - George Millar's guitar, and Wilcil McDowell's accordion. This original piece was a 1st anniversary gift for some great friends, Anne & George Millar, customized to feature the happy couple. Original commissioned works like this are available, customized to feature stylized likenesses of you and your loved ones, and pets or favorite animals. The great wheel of the year turns again on the evening of July 31st, with the Celtic festival of LUGHNASADH, as the last in the cycle of the four seasons of the Celtic world.


This feast marks the beginning of Autumn or Fall, and the harvesting season - crops were harvested in August, fruit in September, and meat in October. Keeping a watchful eye on her land is Macha, one side of the Triple Goddess, in the form of a crow. In Irish history, Lugh's mother was Eithne, Fomorian daughter of Balor, and his father was Cian of the Tuatha De Danann. Lughnasadh has been translated as 'the binding duty of Lugh', referring to funeral games, Áenach Tailteann (shown center), that he held in honour of his foster-mother Tailtiu, a goddess of agriculture (shown bottom right). It is said that she is buried under the hill where her Tailteann Games were held for nearly 2000 years until the 12th century. The Tailteann Games now lend their name to the village of Teltown, near the Blackwater River (tributary of the River Boyne) not far from Kells, in County Meath.
The Sunday nearest Lughnasadh  is called Bilberry Sunday, when folks gathered the black berries, for garlands or bracelets, or to take home to eat. Prints available approx 12 x 12 inches on watercolour paper - limited edition - $90 plus shipping. The center of the piece shows a sacred tree of ancient Ireland, the Bile Tree, one of 5 said to have grown from a tree branch with apples, nuts, acorns and berries all growing on it - brought by a giant man arriving at King Conaing’s hall at Tara.
Right is the Middleworld of us humans - the Bile has gone, but the tradition survives as the Maypole, with it’s fertility dance of young men and maidens circling the pole with coloured ribbons, weaving around each other, making a pattern on the pole. Left is the Otherworld of the spirits and the sidhe, or faery-folk, showing here the old Beltaine traditions of long ago.
Bottom right shows the May Morning Dew - another old May Day custom was to wash your face in the dew before dawn for luck, or to ensure maidens beauty - here a sidhe maiden looks into the dew drop.
Bottom left shows a hearth and window - household fires would be extinguished only at Beltane, so they could be re-lit from brands of the sacred fires, as a symbolic blessing.
In olden days, rowan branches would be hung at doors and windows for protection against mischievous spirits, because at Beltane the veil between our world and the Otherworld is at it’s thinnest, as at Samhain, the counterpart at the dark start of the year. Original Folk and Celtic art by Hamish Burgess, a commissioned piece by George Millar founder of the legendary Irish Rovers, for the cover of the latest Irish Rovers CD. The piece shows an old fashioned shoreline scene, with tall ships in the bay, one heading out to sea. A second original by Hamish Burgess, commissioned by George Millar of the Irish Rovers, for the liner notes booklet of the latest Irish Rovers CD, 'Drunken Sailor'. We show worldwide graphics of Irish, German, Scottish, Italian, Spanish, English, Welsh, UK, Canada, Australia and America origin. Ob nun beispielsweise Hyperrealistische Artworks oder von Streetart-Stencils inspirierte Tattoos. The swirling column that’s inked on his client’s arm appears to dip into two deep crevasses of the skin. Original illuminated Celtic script by Hamish Burgess, telling the story of Mick Fleetwood, the famous drummer of Fleetwood Mac. From his origins and heritage in the UK, through the early Fleetwood Mac years, and up to the present day, the piece contains 23 historical references to Mick’s life and career.
Top left is the black and white Cornish flag (St.Pirans cross), as Mick was born in Redruth, Cornwall, UK.
It contains classic Celtic knotwork, but also early Celtic art spirals and curvilinear shapes in flamboyant colours to suit Mick. Hamish has turned the members of The Irish Rovers into musical instrument men, recognizable to fans of the band. That touches green tree leaves knotwork at right, joining brown tree trunk and roots knotwork. The album features a session band of George Millar, and other members of the Irish Rovers, Wilcil McDowell, Sean O'Driscoll and Geoff Kelly, along with Wallace Hood, Patrick Davey, and Michael Crebeer. The steam is in the early La Tène style of Celtic art, while the corner knotwork border is in the later style. Next is an Hawaiian spinner dolphin (Nai'a), jumping through the waves, and a humbpack whale (Kohola) with her calf. Two trigger fish (Humuhumunukunukuapua'a), on close look made of modern Celtic knots, are cruising the water column. Within the piece are 26 historical references to the group, and 11 songs they recorded, that were significant in their career.
Jimmy sadly passed away in 1997, but is shown here in a star in the shape of a cross, looking down on the story and smiling. The traditional grey and red Celtic piece is a movie camera, the spirals being the film reels and the lens, and the key pattern is the camera body. Original Celtic art on watercolour paper by Hamish Burgess, with acrylic paint background and colours, and acrylic black ink outline. Also known as Belenos, Belinus, Beal, Bile, Belyn, and Beli, he was prayed to at times of sickness, for the healing power of the sun. The Serpent ring, animal and sun symbols depicted on his helmet are from the Hallstatt area of Austria. The Sun God is released from the captivity of Winter, and returns to visit the Earth Goddess, with a time of joyous celebrating. The ever-burning household fires would only be extinguished at Beltane, so they could be re-lit from brands of the sacred fires, as a symbolic blessing. Boys traditionally held red ribbons for the Sun God, and girls held white ribbons for the Goddess. Original Celtic and folk art by Hamish Burgess, a piece commissioned by George Millar founder of the legendary Irish Rovers, for the cover of the new songbook, their first since 1971. It contains a tribute to the band's landmark million selling single from 1967, 'The Unicorn', with a Celtic-style unicorn, who's mane and tail are entwined with a Mandolin, a trademark instrument of the group, featuring a Celtic knotwork border. In this piece the tree has Thistles on the plant to represent the subject's Scottish heritage.
Original Celtic and folk art by Hamish Burgess, a piece commissioned by George Millar founder of the legendary Irish Rovers, for the cover of The Irish Rovers Christmas DVD. It contains a tribute to the band's landmark million selling single from 1967, 'The Unicorn', with a Celtic-style unicorn, who's mane and tail are entwined with a Mandolin, a trademark instrument of the group, featuring a hand-drawn traditional Celtic knotwork border.
They are joined onstage by old friends and guest musicians Gerry O’Connor, Patrick Davey, Morris Crum, and Irish tenor John McDermott with guitarist Jason Fowler, and on the ski slopes by legendary Olympic skier and Crazy Canuck, Dave Irwin. Original Celtic and folk art by Hamish Burgess, a piece for the cover of The Celtic Connection newspaper in Vancouver BC and Seattle, the March issue. The ancient traditions surrounding him, most taken from accounts of his life written many years after his death, are disputed by scholars. Patrick was born around 387-390 AD with the Celtic name Maewyn Succat, in a village called Bannavem Taburniæ in Western Britain, either Wales or Scotland, under Roman rule.
Sold as a slave to Meliuc, a landowner in Antrim, he tended sheep on Slemish Mountain for six years. He spent time on his mission at the Ulster capital of Emain Macha and Ard Macha (Armagh), at the court of King Daire. On the traditional start of spring all fires in Ireland were extinguished, to be ceremoniously lit from sacred druid fires. Patrick summoned heavy darkness and earthquakes, dispersing King Laoghaire’s host, leaving him with only 7 followers. In the final one, a hut was to be burnt, built with one half dry wood, and the other new green wood. In a comparatively short 30 years Patrick managed to convert much of Ireland to Christianity, and effectively destroy paganism.
The album contains fine traditional sea shanties and nautical songs, as well as great new original songs such as this single. The legend of this mighty ship has both intrigued and haunted Irish Rover, George Millar all these years. The knotwork on the porthole is based on 7th century art from one of the ancient illuminated books, with bolts in-between, and surrounded by grey steel with rivets. The funnel's are the correct colour for the White Star Line, and notice no smoke coming from the back one - only three of the funnels expelled smoke and waste gasses - the fourth was a dummy, added to make the ship look more powerful. Construction of the ship began in 1909, and she was launched in 1911, with the next ten months spent completing the interior of the ship.
The Celtic knots represent the inhabited islands of the Hawaiian chain, and can fit exactly into maps of the individual islands. Legend has it that the fire goddess was born at sunrise, in a house that burst into flames, and a pillar of fire was said to have risen from her head when she took the veil. A fine frosty day forbode more winter ahead, but a cloudy day meant the quick end of winter.
It contains fine traditional sea shanties and nautical songs, as well as great new original songs such as this single, from the pen of George Millar.
It contains fine traditional seasonal songs, as well as great new original songs from the pen of George Millar.
The musicians are backing the singer with a flute, lute, fiddle, concertina and an old pipe. There is a seasonal tribute to the band's landmark million selling single from 1967, 'The Unicorn', with the animals from the world-famous song amongst the branches of the Tree. Original Celtic art on watercolour paper by Hamish Burgess, with watercolour background, acrylic paint colours, and acrylic black ink outline. Top left is a traditional ‘corn dolly' - the spirit of the cut corn is kept in her winter home until ploughed into the first furrow of the next season.
He was expert smith, craftsman, harpist, poet, sorcerer, physician, chess player and warrior. In legend it was foretold that he would kill his grandfather, so afraid for his life his mother fostered him to Tailtiu, Queen of the Fir Bolg, and later to the Sidh of the Sea God, Manannán mac Lir, on the Isle of Man. It is said that she died from exhaustion after clearing a great forest so that the land could be cultivated, and on her death-bed she told the men of Ireland to hold funeral games in her honour - she prophesied that as long as they were held, Ireland would not be without song. The line of chariots and carts (shown bottom) approaching the Games was said to stretch for miles. The ancient Celtic sun kings were expected to ceremoniously marry the land, and look after her and the people.
The design is based on an older logo used by the band during their 40th anniversary, brought by Hamish into the Celtic art world (adapted from the original trademark with permission of The Irish Rovers Company Ltd.). Original Celtic and folk art by Hamish Burgess, a piece for the cover of The Celtic Connection newspaper in Vancouver BC and Seattle, the May issue.
The Bile Tree was at the heart of the clan, the Irish Tree of Life, connecting the three worlds shown inside the leafy triscele of the Mother Goddess (also hiding a Green Man). People did everything in their power to ensure the return of the Sun God, with huge Bel fires being lit on a knoll, started with 9 different types of sacred wood collected by the Druids.


She fell in love with another, and plotted to kill Lleu, who escaped as a wounded eagle, later to return for revenge and transform Blodeuedd into an owl (top left), flying only by night and spurned by other birds.
A traditional bannock sits on the hearth, a cake that would be broken and pieces thrown into the Bel fires with invocations, or left for on doorsteps as an offering to the wee folk. The Irish singer commissioned Hamish after his previous artwork for the band's 'Gracehill Fair' CD (see below). The Drunken Sailor is snoozing against an anchor after a wee session on the grog - the dog seems to have joined in !
It contains fine traditional tunes, sea shanties and drinking songs, as well as great new original songs.
From first glance, it seems like you could grab onto the “handle” of this person’s lower bicep. Although most definitely Celtic, these shapes are similar to Polynesian art, appropriate for Mick’s adopted home of Maui. They are in their usual stage positions, with the toadstools even in osition as the group's stage risers. Green grass knotwork across bottom, goes up to turn yellow mixing with run rays coming down. The cartoon characters are George's guitar, Geoff's whistle & bodhran (Irish drum), and Wilcil's piano accordion.
The spiral connects to Bob’s accordion, as he was a big musical influence on the young Millar boys. The lens connects to a representation of three 1970s and 80s TV station logos in Canada and Ireland, CBC, Global and Ulster Television.
These heads are actually straight out of the Book of Kells and just happened to look like certain people….
Hamish found an ancient Celtic art connection to the founding band members' home county of Antrim, Ireland. In various Celtic cultures the god of fertility, healing, music, hunting and even death, he was associated with therapy, prophecy and healing springs. People passed, and animals were driven, between the two need-fires to bring luck and protection.
Many of the girls ended up with a child 9 months later at Imbolc, protected by the Goddess Brigit. Then of course the couple, their dog, a gecko, a dragonfly, a hummingbird, and a Hawaiian Trigger fish, or Humuhumunukunukuapua'a (with water). During this time he learnt to speak Irish and exposed to druidism, as his master was a druid high priest, but found solace in his Christian faith. He was to assist Palladius, already there on a mission, but he died and Patrick was ordained bishop himself in 432. In legend, the night before Easter on March 25th 433, Patrick built a Paschal fire on the Hill of Slane, visible in the darkness from the Kings hall, which was strictly forbidden. The druid stood on the wet side wearing Patrick’s cloak, and a young follower of Patrick wore the druids cloak on the dry side. On March 17th every year, thousands of pilgrims climb 2,500 feet to the top of Croagh Patrick in pilgrimage. Patrick held the staff in such high esteem that he had an elaborate casing made for it by his companion the goldsmith Assicus, or St.Tussach.
That may be because he shares his birthday of April 14th, with the date the ship met its icy end on her maiden voyage a century ago. The dogs on the left are Irish Red Setters, the top one being a nod to the band's own record label Rovers Records.
Original commissioned works like this are available, customized to feature stylized likenesses or animals, specific to your concept. Then of course the couple, George's red setter dog, a gecko, a dragonfly, a rooster, and a salmon (with water). He became a famous warrior of the Tuatha De Danann, and fulfilling the prophecy he killed his grandfather, Balor of the Evil Eye, at the Battle of Moy Tura, winning the day for the Tuatha.
Shown among the bright tents are folks dancing to a drummer and horn player, with the Games outside – spear throwing, sword-fighting and tug-of-war just some of the athletics practised.
If the trial union failed, they could stand back to back at the next fair and walk away from each other, legally ending the hand fasting.
Top right shows bilberries and flowers linked to Lughnasadh - sunflowers, poppies, dandelions and marigolds. This seasonal feast marks the end of the dark half of the year, and is about honouring life. In Padstow, Cornwall, the May Day character the Obby Oss does a fertility dance with white clad Mayers, around the town to music, sometimes capturing a maiden under his costume for good luck with marriage and children. People and animals passed between the two need-fires to bring luck and protection, and purify the cattle before going to summer grazing pastures. Legend has it that if you sit beneath a tree on Beltane night, you may hear the Faery Queen, or the sound of her white horse’s bells, as she rides through the night looking for folks to take to her realm.
The new album will be the 'Drunken Sailor', due out in a couple of months, and named after the band's signiature concert closing song. The design contains a tribute to the band's landmark million selling single from 1967, 'The Unicorn', with a Celtic-style unicorn as the ship's figure-head. Tattoo photography page of Captain Bret's Tattoo shop, Newport, RI showing Pictures of Unique Custom drawn Celtic Tattoo photographs and images. Many non-Gaelic names were brought into the country especially during the seventeenth century. Dieses wahnsinnige Artwork solltet Ihr, neben einigen weiteren Arbeiten von O’Rourke, unverzuglich selbst hier unten in Augenschein nehmen. The impressive inking combines bold and graphic lines with small-yet-crucial areas of shading.
If you want a chat with him about his art, please call 808-264-5190, and he'll pop round to the coffee shop to see you.
After a Mick Fleetwood (of Fleetwood Mac fame) book signing, Bagpiper Roger McKinley piped Mick Fleetwood to the store, for a traditional Hawaiian blessing from kahuna Vene Chun.
The book became known by the name of it’s resting place Kells, where it remained for most of the medieval period.
Pre-order available Nov 2nd at The Irish Rovers online store, and soon available on i-Tunes. The accordion has become a signiature sound of the band, played since the early days by Wilcil McDowell, and at one time by retired original member cousin Joe Millar, who became a singer and bass player in the band. Over 30 inscriptions naming Belenos have been found by archaeologists, more than almost any other Celtic deity.
Also in William Shakespeare’s play Cymbeline, which was based on the Celtic king Cunobelinus (the Hound of Bel), who lived from the 1st century BC until the 40s AD. It was thought that the purifying fires would cleanse the animals of winter sickness and disease, before going to summer grazing pastures. In a dream a voice told him to escape, and he traveled south for 200 miles and found a ship leaving for Gaul. The hut was burnt, and miraculously the boy survived unscathed with the druid’s cloak destroyed - but the druid died, with Patrick’s cloak remaining intact !
According to legend, at lent one year Patrick was fasting on the mountain (originally called Cruachan Aigli, or Hill of the Eagles) near Westport, Co Mayo. Thunderstorms provided respite from the fierce summer heat that the threatened crops under Lugh’s care. From this tradition come the come many summer fairs, festivals and highland games that are held worldwide at this time of year. Shown either side of Bel, to honour the handfasting of the Goddess and Sun God, the Flower Maiden is ready to meet her consort, Cernunnos, the forest god, or the Green Man. A traditional sea shanty, the group made it a classic performing it for the last 46 years !
At that time it was very much a disadvantage to have a Gaelic or Irish-sounding name so many of the native names were 'anglicized' into a similar sounding Anglo or Scottish name. He blessed the doors, Mick and family, the store, the art gallery, and all the artists and their work.
The treasure of Celtic art is now on display in the Library of Trinity College, in Dublin, Ireland. Will Millar completed the famous original line-up as frontman for 30 years, and is now a successful painter with scenes of Old Ireland. The knotwork corners are icicles, and the large falling snowflakes are Celtic knots, some original, some based on ancient designs. After landing on 28 day journey with his starving pagan shipmates, he was taunted to use his faith to find them food, and upon praying, a herd of pigs appeared – one of his first religious experiences helping to convert his companions. This convinced many of the people of the power of the new Christian faith, although the king refused to convert, he allowed Patrick the freedom to preach his message.
He was attacked by a horde of demons and serpents, rang his holy bell to turn them away, and had to throw it at them in order to make them flee, banishing them to Log na Deamhan, the Hollow of the Demons. It took the labour of fifteen thousand Irishmen to build her - she was the pride of Belfast" says Millar. Shown (right) by three standing stones, are two small figures at a hand-fasting ceremony officiated by a druid.
Their YouTube version (with still image posted by a fan) has nearly 3 million hits, and their offficial recent Belfast Waterfront Hall version is the one to see.
The old Church and graveyard at Derrykeighan is a few miles out of Bushmills on the Ballymoney Road, and there is a replica of the ancient stone in the churchyard. As a national relic, oaths and treaties were signed on it, and it survived storms and invasions. It was tragically destroyed during Henry VIII’s Reformation in the 1500s, burnt in front of Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin. Some septs adopted a number of different variants including the O' hAodha sept who changed their name to both Hughes as well as Hayes.
So it is very easy to see how the origin of names could easily become confused, especially when you consider that further variants were added over the decades because of the corruption of the spelling of name.



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