Welcome to our more focused website. We have removed wider Gaelic Reconstructionist and Heathen
material. We now are a portal for:
Scáth na Feannóige is Saigh's main project here, information on practicing fénnidecht (Outlaw Warrior Path) as service to the Irish War Goddesses, Badb, Macha
and the Morrígan and focused on the Outlaw Warrior path. Sgàth na Feannaige-ghlas Blog is Saigh's ramblings on related subjects, which may venture into physical feminism and pop culture.
Saigh's Online Essays Links to pieces on Picts, woad and animals can be found here. The animal pieces are also accessible though the following link below, as I moved them some might be a bit lost, bu they are there.....
The Beasts of Dùn Sgàthan is were you can meet our Divinely Mad Greyhounds Cairbre and Ruadhán and the
late great Irony, Bran, Scolaighe, Cù Mór, Òrlaith, Sachairi and
Gráinne and Gleann There is also some writing on why to adopt a Greyhound, Celtic
Sighthounds and dogs in ritual. We also now have two cats, Merlin and
Nimue (no, honest, they came from different homes already with those
names!), but neither really care if you visit or not as they are not
keen on strangers. We first ventured online to host the page for
our first Greyhound Irony and the fénnidecht path of Scáth na Feannóige is
dependent on the canine-human bond, it is fitting to continue to honor
our pack here and in the shadows. You can also meet Saorsa our (now very grown) PMU foal
and Minis, Cimmaron
and Iceman, as well as our much missed Morgan cross mare Misty, Minis Topper and
Willow and goats Randvér and Elína. You can also read about our beloved rescued horse Saoradh (sadly lost
in March of '07 just
over a month before his 33rd birthday), and hear about his journey from
starvation to health and from emotional cripple to a happy riding
partner through Natural Horsemanship. Articles on Celtic horses and PMU
well as a page for Saigh's past horses too.
The Beasts of Dùn Sgàthan now have a Facebook page
Saigh also runs The Sarah Connor Charm School for
feminist fans of Linda Hamilton's character in Terminator and Terminator
If you wish to contact us, you can find our address here.
Tapadh leat, a Neansai! Nov.
Text, photos and
design copyright © 1999-2017 Saigh Kym Lambert
Pictish wolf , hound, crow and horse
drawings copyright © 2002 Aaron Miller
Line from Celtic Web
Background modified by Kym from Pictish
spiral (as featured in George Bain's Celtic Art)