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Irish Pagan Resources

Irish Pagan Resources Online

These are some resources that will be useful to you in your journey towards or with Irish Paganism.

JSTOR – This site provides access to more than 12 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines. There’s a free registration process now which gives you access to read up to six free articles a month, and organize sources and notes in your online workspace. – A platform for academics to share research papers, whose mission is “to accelerate the world’s research”. Over 65 million academics are on there, and around 21 million papers. There’s paid options, but most of it is free. Check it out

Pagan Life Rites (Irish Priesthood Organisation) – This is a non-profit organisation, operated cooperatively by a nationwide network of Priests and Priestesses, offering a range of services to the greater Pagan community of Ireland. 

Witchvox Global Announcements Index Page. The Witches’ Voice is no longer available, unfortunately, a loss for those seeking Irish Pagan Resources and networking!

Pagan Federation (Networking and Activism) – They don’t promote a single aspect or path within Paganism, nor do they presume to represent all Pagans, but are an umbrella organisation with a membership drawn from all strands. 

The Irish Pagan School (Pagan Education) – An online School providing education with native Irish teachers. & their Blog is here – https://IrishPagan.School

Serpent Coven (Traditional Wiccan Priesthood) – An Alexandrian training coven, run by a direct initiate of Janet and Stewart Farrar, who place great emphasis on training and personal development.

Well of Wisdom – An Irish Pagan Temple based in Co. Cork. 

Witch (Minoan Brotherhood, and Traditional Wicca) – Irish, based in Asia. Run by a 3º High Priest of the Alexandrian Tradition of Wicca, with experience in the Minoan Brotherhood, the New York WICA Tradition and the Isian Tradition of Witchcraft.

O.T.O. (Initiatory Fraternal Organisation) – Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.) (‘Order of the Temple of the East’ or ‘Order of Oriental Templars’) is an international fraternal and religious organization, with it’s roots in European Freemasonry. Historically, the leadership of this group have not been community service focused.

Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone – Find them at Teampall na Callaighe.

Kilkenny Druidry (Druid Priesthood) – Druid Grove run by Eimear Burke, the Chosen Chief of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD); this is a resource for those wishing to connect to native source traditions.

Brigid’s Forge – Irish Facebook Community dedicated to Brighid on

The Dagda’s Hearth – Irish Facebook Community dedicated to the Dagda on

The Mórrígan’s Cave – Irish Facebook Community dedicated to the Mórrígan on

Midlands Irish Shamanism – Native energy healing with Spirit – Irish Facebook Community run by an Irish Priestess and Healer on

Barbara Lee Witch – Irish Facebook Page run by a Dublin based Alexandrian Wiccan High Priestess on

Hidden Witch Child Multifaceted Healing – Irish Facebook Page run by an Alexandrian Wiccan Priestess and Healer on

Rev. Vincent Woods – Irish Facebook Page run by an Alexandrian Wiccan Priest and Life Rites Service Provider on

Lora O’Brien – Primarily focused on Irish Heritage, Culture and Paganism, the website provides a base for extensive resources and community networking., and the FB Author page is at

The Ogham Academy – online courses, a blog, and academic information made accessible – for a better, deeper understanding of Ogham, the ancient Irish script. –

Story Archaeology Podcast – Uncovering the layers of Irish Mythology. On this site, you will find a regular podcast and articles about Irish Pagan Mythology by the Story Archaeologists, Chris Thompson and Isolde Carmody.

The Irish Pagan School Podcast – Authentic Connection to Ireland – regular episodes from native presenters on Irish History, Heritage, Mythology, Folklore, the Tuatha Dé Danann, Fairy Faith, Irish or Celtic Paganism… direct from the Irish Pagan School HQ in County Waterford, Ireland. Available on all podcast apps, including Spotify and Audible, or directly –

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Dara Leonard says November 19, 2019

Any pagan moots in mayo

    Pagan Life Rites says December 12, 2019

    We don’t currently have a moot in Mayo, but we’re always on hand for advice and support if folk are willing to do the work of starting and running one!

Saor says February 18, 2020

I am looking for where I am destined to be. Although here I am blessed, I long to find where I fit in best. I am drawn to Wicca, herbs and healing. Is there anyone for new people like groups that give teachings?

Emereald acorn says March 25, 2020

Are there any wicca organisations or moots in Donegal please?

    Pagan Life Rites says March 24, 2021

    We don’t currently have a moot in Donegal, but we’re always on hand for advice and support if folk are willing to do the work of starting and running one!

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