Beatlebone, A Surreal Read?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuyWLOWj5SI&t=1s

Our Lady, Queen of Ireland, or the Madonna of Ireland (1697) and Memorials of the Saints – 17 March (Reblog)

Our Lady, Queen of Ireland, or the Madonna of Ireland (1697) – 17 March: During the difficult times of Oliver Cromwell, one of the bishops who was …Our Lady, Queen of Ireland, or the Madonna of Ireland (1697) and Memorials of the Saints – 17 March

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

It’s been a gradual process but it’s almost three years now since I turned to vegetarianism and could never imagine turning back. In recent times, the move along the continuum has been edging ever closer to veganism. It’s largely about my love of animals but also about feeling so much better on this diet that […]Vegetarian … Continue reading Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

Lunar Calendar could link the Prophet Jeremiah to Ireland. — Kalapu Fe`ofa`aki

The Planetstoday.com program show the earth, moon and the sun position in relation to the constellations, for the constellation are almost fix at the same position throughout the years. The earth takes about13 New Moon to complete a cycle around the sun, 28 days a month. The key to understand ancient calendar is to wait […]Lunar … Continue reading Lunar Calendar could link the Prophet Jeremiah to Ireland. — Kalapu Fe`ofa`aki

December 11 1931 — The Statute of Westminster

A lot has changed since then; Newfoundland is now a province of Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador since March 31 1949), for example. The Republic of Ireland is truly independent, whilst within the bounds of the EU.

Music from the 80s — Clannad, ‘Turning Tide’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdc4msmGcwk I have loved Clannad for many years, the family of musicians from County Donegal in the north west of the Irish Republic. They are most notable for singing folk songs in their native Irish tongue, though not exclusively. This song comes from their 1987 album 'Sirius', probably one of their most 'commercial' albums, with … Continue reading Music from the 80s — Clannad, ‘Turning Tide’

Francis Bacon [1909-1992] — Marina Kanavaki (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MgrO5za0lSY?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent Self portrait Irish-born English figurative painter Francis Bacon was born, October 28, 1909 in 63 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland ❦ Focusing on the human form, his subjects included crucifixions, portraits of popes, self-portraits, and portraits of close friends, with abstracted figures sometimes isolated in geometrical structures. Rejecting various classifications of his work, Bacon … Continue reading Francis Bacon [1909-1992] — Marina Kanavaki (Reblog)

10 Amazing hidden towns and villages in Ireland — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and the whole world to visit. Most travelers only explore Dublin and move on while the real deal is the rest of the country in small towns and villages (No offense dear Dublin!). If you’re interested to learn more about the most charming towns and […]10 … Continue reading 10 Amazing hidden towns and villages in Ireland — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Inching forward with “Finnegans Wake” — The Argumentative Old Git (Reblog)

Ah – the plans one makes for retirement! So many things I had wanted to do, but had told myself I would do once I was retired, when I no longer had the pressure of work to contend with, that day-to-day grind. What one doesn’t take into account when making such plans are the increasing […] … Continue reading Inching forward with “Finnegans Wake” — The Argumentative Old Git (Reblog)

#OTD in 1904 – James Joyce meets the love of his life, Nora Barnacle. — Stair na hÉireann | History of Ireland (Reblog)

Nora Barnacle was born in the city of Galway, but the day of her birth is uncertain. Depending on the source, it varies between 21 and 24 March 1884. Her birth certificate, which gives her first name as “Norah,” is dated 21 March. Her father Thomas Barnacle, a baker in Connemara, was an illiterate man […] … Continue reading #OTD in 1904 – James Joyce meets the love of his life, Nora Barnacle. — Stair na hÉireann | History of Ireland (Reblog)