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Dimensions…

County Sligo, Carrowmore, Tuesday 26th July 2022…

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It is natural to think that things start small

and then get bigger.

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But in this case it just makes the question

of where the builders went to

that much more difficult to answer.

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But if they started big, and then got smaller,

they could, indeed, have just dwindled away?

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And who says the big sites

have the same function

as the small sites anyway?

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From what we see here,

the small sites are aligned radially

to the big site, like a sun and its planets,

or a planet and its satellites,

or indeed, even a bull surrounded by his herd

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The Tour Guide did throw out

at least one gem…

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“The otherworldly being is a sidhe,” he said,

“the entrance to their otherworldly realm is a sidhe,

and is usually a mound, or a barrow,

but sometimes it can be a cave too,

and the otherworldly realm itself is a sidhe.”

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“Why, thank you, sir.”

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…The watchman at the house of Sweet-Mouthed

Maeve and Aillil Silver-Tongue, saw the fair company

as they traversed the game plain of Cruachan.

He ran to his lord, “You have news from

your lookout,” said Aillil Silver-Tongue.

“I have O Lord,” said the watch, “for there is

a great host approaching the fort, and a nobler

or handsomer company of men can never have

been seen in these lands; the wind that blows from them

is such that my head may as well be in a vat of wine…

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Heart of Albion – Stuart France & Sue Vincent

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