Irish Folklore and Myth
- Colloquy of the Ancients– A collection of Ossianic [relating to Irish legend Ossian, hero and bard of the 3rd Century A.D.] legends.
- In Celtic lore, a “fey” was someone who felt unnaturally happy, without reason. You were also destined to have bad luck.
- It is extremely unlucky for a woman to cross paths with a “love talker.” This is actually Gancanagh, a male fairy who seduces women.