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The Ongoing Saga of Royal Tara and the Toll Road (Much, MUCH, more at WitchVox)

Author: Caroline Kenner
Posted: March 16th. 2008

Royal Tara, seat of the High King of Ireland in Pagan times, premiere portal to the Celtic Otherworlds, realm of the Ancestors and the Faeries, has a history dating back 6,000 years. But even in a span as long at Tara’s, the last few years have been unusually filled with incident. This week, while many of us are thinking of Ireland and her heritage (even as we deplore St. Patrick’s destruction of Irish Druidry) it is a good time to turn our thoughts to the situation at Tara. Here are some of the latest chapters in the Ongoing Saga of Royal Tara and the Toll Road.

For more than three years now, Royal Tara has been threatened with a superhighway, a toll road called the M3, being built within 1000 yards of the Hill of Tara. Despite heartfelt protests from international Celtic scholars, locals from County Meath, Irish citizens and members of the Irish diaspora, a couple of sympathetic politicians, many passionate activists, commissioners of the European Union, and, yes, Pagans from Ireland and around the world, the road building continues at Tara.


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