Welcome to the Seventh Issue of Celtic Nations Magazine! In “Celtic Adventures” we explore inspiring Celtic art and stories. You will find articles on Who Were The Celts, Celtic Seafarers Grace O’Malley, Henry Morgan and Ernst Shakelton, the Isle of Man Fairy Bridge, and More! There are also short storiesContinue Reading

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The ancient Celts inhabited lands that stretched from Spain to the Black Sea. Geographically, they were one of the largest populations to call central Europe ‘home’. The trick in tracing Celtic history is that the ancient Celts did not leave any written records. Indeed, much of what we know about the ancient Celts comes from the Greeks and Romans…Continue Reading

Irish history is full of heroines, but few are as fierce and courageous as Grace O’Malley. Known as Ireland’s “Pirate Queen”, Grace ruled over the O’Malley Clan and their lucrative way of life on the waters of Clew Bay in a time where money was tied to land instead of the sea…Continue Reading

Drink Like A Captain! This is the slogan from Captain Morgan Rum – the vaunted label featuring the lusty captain himself with his foot on a barrel of his presumed favorite beverage. But who is the real Morgan behind the label?Continue Reading

You can always tell a person who adores their tattoos. Just about everyone who gets a tattoo loves the work. It’s a significant body alteration, a permanent choice to reveal our inner selves to others…Continue Reading

If ever Sons of Anarchy was transmogrified into a Celtic story, Bog Iron would be perfect for the soundtrack. This gritty, driving band harnesses a bedrock of heavy metal. The awesome lead guitar and rolling thunder of the drums and bass will bring down the walls…Continue Reading

Living Legends by Caitlyn Johnston Celtic culture has several universal themes. It can be argued that these themes actually help define what’s Celtic across Europe as opposed to what’s Teutonic, Pictish, Saami, Romani, and more…Continue Reading

Great stories are not supposed to begin with endings, but I was never truly meant to be a bard. And yet this was my final duty to my Queen. The Romans had made every effort to ensure that what had happened would be a song forever unsung. They vowed to sever the tongues and fingers of any bard who dared tell the story…Continue Reading

Summer is almost here and we have lots of reasons to be happy. We look forward to walking around in t-shirts and shorts, long sunny days, trips to the beach and of course, ice-cream sundaes. Additionally, we look forward to a summer without any government imposed Covid restrictions. Something thatContinue Reading