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The Cavan Burren Forest has dolmens, wedge and boulder tombs, hut sites and the magical presence of ancient ancestors.  The last resident in the 1960s told a local storyteller that he always felt their watchful presence.

The Cavan Burren Forest has dolmens, wedge and boulder tombs, hut sites and the magical presence of ancient ancestors. The last resident in the told a local storyteller that he always felt their watchful presence.

Collapsing portal tomb with nature creating a sort of barrow over time. This heather covered dolmen I call the Fairy Dolmen and can be found in the Cavan Burren Forest. DO take an offering.

Collapsing portal tomb with nature creating a sort of barrow over time. This heather covered dolmen I call the Fairy Dolmen and can be found in the Cavan Burren Forest. DO take an offering.

An Chailleach Bheara, The Hag of Beara - Beara Penninsula, Ireland.  "The Cailleach is the Ancient Earth herself. She is the lichen-covered rocks and the mountain peaks. She is the bare earth covered with snow and frost. She is the Deep Ancestress veiled by the passage of time."

The Cailleach Beara or the Hag of Beara, Ballycrovane, Ireland

Tullygobbin tomb with views over Lough McNean at Cavan Burren Park, Blacklion, Cavan, Ireland

Tullygobbin tomb with views over Lough McNean at Cavan Burren Park, Blacklion, Cavan, Ireland

Collapsed Wedge Cairn, Cavan's Burren (Ireland)    Pic from my friend John Willmott - Labrynth Keeper and  tree lore storyteller at Celtic Ways - Ballinafad, Ireland.

Collapsed Wedge Cairn, Cavan's Burren (Ireland) Pic from my friend John Willmott - Labrynth Keeper and tree lore storyteller at Celtic Ways - Ballinafad, Ireland.

The World's biggest Dolmen - over 100 tons! Thought to be the entrance of a neolithic passage tomb. Found on Brownshill, Carlow. Also one of Cleverality's bases (Carlow that is, not the Dolmen)

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