Triple Spiral

Triskelion – Wikipedia 

Newgrange (Bru-na-Boinne is the Indigenous name) – the home of the Triple Spiral. This site is a great resource: more info on the Triple Spiral and a summary of Newgrange here

Stones of Time – Martin Brennan’s book

Stonelight an old site of Martin Brennan’s, who did pioneering research on and at Newgrange (Bru-na-Boinne). It is not a current blog but it’s a good little rap. There is also this Stonelight. Martin Brennan speaking in Ireland in 2009.

Mythical Ireland … lots of good information and links, including this video tour of the Boyne Valley and this page about Boyne Calendars

A good YouTube video of the Place: Newgrange Winter Solstice 2007 with some music by Clannad. Also this one – a compilation of the live webcast of the illumination of the Place, Winter Solstice 2007: Victor Reijs’ YouTube.

The Triple Spiral lit up Southern Hemisphere Winter 2008 at Bru-na-BigTree

A video view of the Triple Spiral on the inner chamber wall:

The indigenous name of Newgrange is “Bru-na-Boinne” – Place of Boann. For information on Goddess Boann see:
Wikipedia … do remember that these stories are most often told from within a patriarchal frame: that is, the story would likely be told a little differently with a “mother-mind”, so DO read between the lines and with “suspicion of more”.

Newgrange books and more

Newgrange Chamber – Winter Solstice

Newgrange monument details

A related website … different views of the past based on archaeological research in the Americas mainly, but also many other sites including Newgrange Scott Monahan’s Old News



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