We are an eclectic mix of peoples of all beliefs and traditions that celebrates the ancient pre-celtic festivals using ritual, ceremony and meditation. We create a contemporary ritual for each of the eight festivals drawing from the ancient traditions, mythology and beliefs found predominantly in Ireland. Celebrations are held out doors and are open to all like minded people who feel drawn to be with us. They are led by a volunteer host(s) who decides on place, time and venue.

Based in Ireland, with connections all over the world, we are a free, non-profit, open, inclusive and non-denominational group, drawing on all spiritual philosophies and traditions. In considering our ancestral heritage our approach is:

Calendar of Ceremonies 2018 - 2019

Each event has a volunteer host, often aided and abetted by others, who calls the date, time and venue for the gathering and also the intention and focus, bringing to the fore the energies of the season. Get-togethers can happen at any time of day or night.

We do not seek to do what they did, we seek what they sought.

No tickets or entry permits required. No charge for gatherings for the eight festivals.

Meditation meets & other activities usually have a small fee for expenses, room hire, etc.

Click here for dates of Seasons and Moon Phases in 2019


31 October 2018 - 6pm

Joining in the "Flame of Samhain" at Tlachta ( Hill of Ward)

3 November 2018 - 7am

Mound of Hostages, Hill of Tara

Click here for information on what happened

Winter Solstice

21 December 2018 - 6pm

Dowth, Co. Meath

Photos and words about the ceremony
also descriptions of Newgrange and Tara


Saturday 2nd February 2019

start 10.30am to 3pm-ish

Bective Mill

more details to follow

Spring Equinox

Mid-march event

Information to follow


Late April / early May

Information to follow

Summer Solstice

End of June

Information to follow


late July / early August

Information to follow

Autumn Equinox

Late September

Information to follow

The website is a collaboration between Michael in Canada (, Martin and Pat in Ireland, Nora in UK and with the help and input of many many others.

We welcome any queries, insights or input. We may be contacted through