image of Irish girl on horse, with extract of prayer to GoddessEpona

Invocation to Epona December 18/2020

Hail! Mother EPONA Great Horse Goddess of my heart, ride swiftly and gather the lost souls unto You, You who hold the keys to the other-world. Enfold them all in your loving embrace, You who are the Mother of the world. Ancient One of the distant plains, Take thy kinfolk home, Let their spirits forever […]

Triumph of the Moon by Ronald Hutton

The Triumph of the Moon

by Ronald Hutton We were honoured to have Ronald Hutton at our inaugural event at the Centre For Pagan Studies in 1995. At that time Ronald had been working on this book for a while and his presentation was based on work towards the book, which he had already decided to give the title “The […]

The Horse Goddess Called “Epona”

This Article is about the Gaulish Horse Goddess Epona, written for the Centre For Pagan Studies by Elaine Hindle The name Epona comes from Iron Age Gaulish. The word Epos means horse in Gaulish and derives from a proto-Indo- European root Gaulish: “os’ is the male ending and ‘a’ being the female ending. Personal names […]

Richard Levy of the Centre For Pagan Studies talks to Lora OBrien, Irish Author and Guide to Ireland

RICHARD LEVY BIO: I began my pagan path at a young age but and magic is something I feel was always a part of my life. But with time I learned how to nourish this part of myself. I feel today we are encouraged to ignore these parts of who we are and it is […]