Category: Mythology & Folklore

January 24, 2020

How The Vikings Used Sunstones To Become Prolific Navigators

For hundreds of years the Vikings journeyed across the North Atlantic through clouds of fog, using superior skills of navigation. How the Vikings became prolific navigators has baffled scientists for years, but one theory suggests they used a technique involving Sunstones. Famous Viking tales such as “The Saga of King Olaf”, mentioned Sunstones as a […]

November 22, 2019

Celtic King Urien Of Gorre And His Assassination

King Urien of Gorre goes by the name of King of Rheged. He was a king in the 6th century. Rheged was part of Hen Ogledd, the early British Kingdom that is Southern Scotland and Northern England in today’s time. So, if you plan on visiting this particular place, see if you can take a […]

November 19, 2019

The Celtic Druids As Philosophers

The Druids are a people shrouded in mysticism, magic and fiction, with tales linking them with the supernatural and unrivaled wisdom. Though many of these tales are exaggerated, the Druids are still an incredibly interesting people to study nonetheless. They held nothing more sacred than mistletoe and the tree on which it grows. The word […]

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