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Tour Ireland’s sacred sites and magical lands May 14th-21st 2017

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Tour Ireland’s sacred sites and magical lands May 14th-21st 2017

Ireland Spring Tour 2017


followed by Scotland tour May 21st – 28th 2017


Contact Jackie Queally on 00 353 834117498

Or jackiequeally@gmail.com

Skype name jackie.queally1

Please register your initial serious interest 

Tour Ireland’s sacred sites and magical lands with myself and our hospitable driver and enjoy lively conversations with like-minded people.  So on the Irish tour we will will focus on monuments and places that link effortlessly into the fairy realms. Past cultures appreciated and utilised many of these sites for their earth energies. We will visit mystical places in the Burren, Galway Bay, and Yeats Country in both Galway and Sligo. Explore ancient cairns and fairy glens, holy wells and fairy forts, legendary caves, symbolic carvings and more. We end with the monuments of the Boyne Valley that are a culmination of Neolithic culture across the country; a fruition in consciousness.

En route we can have fun divining ley lines, and I will introduce some sound and meditation techniques that help us become more fully present and aware of the deep peace of these places. I have been to all the sacred sites many times. They work together well as a whole experience. Come away refreshed and enlivened! More details to follow of prices. Rest assured they will be reasonable compared to other sacred site tours of Ireland. Places limited to a small group so book early! Register your interest here. I look forward to meeting you!

Sunday 14th May

Arrive in Dublin Airport previous night or early morning. Meet and drive west. Visit Lough Gur stone circle and mystical lake. Continue to Ennis for our accommodation and after settling enjoy an orientation to the Burren with author guide Jackie Queally. Set out to visit some ancient places on the edge of the Burren and enjoy and evening stroll along the Cliffs of Moher, visiting St Brigit’s Well Liscannor  to set our intentions with the blessed Brigid of both pagan and Christian traditions.  Enjoy a delicious meal in our hotel to end our day.

Stay in Templegate Hotel in Ennis – opposite the Clare Museum. Ennis is a pretty medieval town with small shops and the lovely river Fergus running through it. We shall have our evening meal together on the first night.

Monday 15th

Full day in the Burren visiting archaeological and magical sites of ancestral tribes and early Christian cells and retreats- private afternoon tea in the Burren National Park by fairy fort! Opportunities to hear the legends, discover the unique geological qualities of the Burren, learn about local earth grids (energy lines forming patterns that indicate a rare level of consciousness in the land), and try divining with rods at an eminent old monastery.

Stay once more in Ennis- free time in evening to explore this lovely town.

Tuesday 16th

Set off for County Sligo passing by Yeats’ home Thor Ballylea and Coole Park where we may enjoy listening to some of the poems written by famous writers in the past. 

Visit Yeats’grave below Ben Bulben before climbing the sister mountain  climb Knocknarea above the Fairy Glen (weather dependent trek).  Learn of significant ley lines that stretch from here to Lough Crew and Tara. Finally visit the ancient cairns of Carrowmor (early burial mounds) nearby.

Stay in the Great Southern Hotel in Sligo.

Wednesday 17th

Visit Carrowkeel cairns in hills and/or time permitting Kesh Coran Caves close by, a true legendary landscape. Then continue to Lough Crew Cairns with their markings that align with the Equinoxes, and visit some early Christian strongholds en route before descending on our luxurious guest house.

Stay in Killyon House on the outskirts of Navan, co Meath.

Thursday 18th

Explore wells and the inspiring Hill of Tara where ancient kings were crowned. Pay an official visit to Knowth and Newgrange, and also Dowth. an unexcavated major mound on the magnificent River Boyne. These monuments all related on one another long ago, and the skies were the key to understanding their lay out. Their construction is also of great interest.

Stay in Killyon House on the outskirts of Navan, co Meath.

Friday 19th

Accompany David to lesser known sites in area. This include old monastic ruins, and an ancient sound chamber where drumming may be experienced. End the day with a meal and celebration of Irish culture (music and stories) in David’s own home!

Stay in Killyon House on the outskirts of Navan, co Meath.

Saturday 20th

Visit the detailed Book of Kells exhibition in Dublin, that shows many of the beautiful manuscripts drawn by the Irish monks in times when the monastic tradition created one ofe the richest cultures in the world. Many of the illustrations contain hidden sacred geometry that reflect states of being found in states of deep meditation. Enjoy a free afternoon touring Dublin city.

Stay in Killyon House on the outskirts of Navan, co Meath. 

Sunday 21st

For onward flights: the airport bus stops outside our guest house. If your flight is later in day some arrangements can be made to take you to airport 

 Price includes bedroom sharing with one other as twin or double depending on wishes (supplement will apply to single), fully insured driver, insured tour guides, entrance fees, transport and all  breakfasts and first and later banquet meal.  

Price for 8 day tour:


Whilst Ireland is a place set aside for the deep elemental beings and the high Sidhe (pronounced “shee”), you may like to add Scotland to your tour, where you can be inspired by heroic human endeavours in the past and the indomitable Scottish spirit that still lives on today.



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