¶184] Three sauces that spoil a sick-bed: […],105 honey, salt food.
The […] refers to the caption presented here: I believe echmuir to be the name of a plant; but I cannot find the reference. ( As written by Kuno Meyer who translated the Triads.)
I myself will write down echmuir instead of using the […] . And if you have room at the bottom of the journal writing them into make caption saying that echmuir is the irish gaelic name of an unspecified herb.
Early Irish Music: An overview of the linguistic and documentary evidence
Professor Fergus Kelly presented the 2013 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Celtic Studies on Friday 15th November at 8pm, Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin.
Basic Fire Lore Part 1
As Bards, Ovates and/or Druids we will at some point call upon Brighid for Poetic Inspiriration or Imbas Forsnai which loosely translates into “Fire in the Head”. This video is a introduction to Fire Lore. Very well done.
As you transcribe the Triads you will find some that are incomplete. The ones that are have this […]. This basically stands for the following explanation: Obscure and probably corrupt. Therefore the Triads must be copied verbatim.
How to Make a Brigid’s Cross
Instructions for making a Brigid’s Cross on Youtube.
Make a Brighid’s Cross
About.com’s instructions on how to create a Brighid’s Cross with a bit of history and lore to go with it.
About.com’s Book of Shadows page.
I based the Crane Book of Wisdom off of the Book of Shadows. If you needed a reference, here it is.