Using the priomscel, or introductory tale, of Etain, Midir, and Eochaid, he demonstrates the spatial movement between realms that occurs when the characters move back and forth between the "definite" reality of humanity and the "indefinite" reality of the Tuatha
De Danann (101).
To escape the menacing flock of ravens pursuing the train, the Book prompts Oisin to utter a spell which takes the train to the isle of the Tuatha
The heroes who become, usually by a supernatural marriage, equals of the fairy ladies of the enchanted islands, or of the underground Tuatha
De Danann, reach immortality by simply joining the Mag Mell.
The faeries aren't just faeries; they are Tuatha
De Danann, the "people of the goodness Danu," an ancient race widely seen in Irish mythology.
According to legend, Nuada was the first king of the Tuatha
De Danann, who lost his hand (or his arm, depending) in single combat, and had to relinquish his leadership.
When I worked in radio (at WBAIFM, the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade), and played rembetika, Ottoman marching bands, Irish music composed by supernatural beings (the Tuatha
De Danann, a k a the faeries), Anglican church music from the 15th to 20th centuries, etc., I and my listeners (I hope) experienced the first "Emanational" aspect of recording: its magic.
Irish king Nuadha, ruler of the Tuatha
De Danann, your people, for whom
The first mention of the law appears to be when the Fir Bolg and Tuatha
De Dannan negotiated "under the laws of battle" before the Battle of Moytura in 3303 BC.").
The Mythological Cycle contains stories about the Tuatha
De Danann, a magical, mythological race.
Irish children are fascinated by the Welsh stories I share with them, especially those with Irish aspects like Melangell and Branwen - and they tell me stories from their own culture of Cuchulainn, Finn, the Tuatha
De Danaan - in return.