About Celtic Illumination / Malachy O Neill
Celtic Illumination is a combination of the writings of Master Candle Maker Malachy O Neill. Hopefully these writings are humorous and will entertain you. They are in chronological order and explain in detail the massive range of skills and experience that a Master Candle Maker must have. But not only is Malachy the greatest ever Master Candle Maker, he is also the High Chief of the Clan O Neill and therefore the true King of Ireland. Parallels can be drawn with the Dali lama, Bo and Luke from the Dukes of Hazzard, Brue Lee and even Casanovo himself, but not in the way you are thinking.
Follow Malachy from when he is ripped from the arms of his loving mother when born in Belfast, and taken by a highly trained snatch squad of Carmelite nuns through detailed and ferocious hand to hand combat training with Christian Brothers then British Special Forces, till it is revealed that he is the next King of Ireland. Not only is the story true, but backed up with proof, so join the Illuminati now and prepare for world domination.
Love your blog. it is so light-hearted and so funny. Thank you for following my blog, too. It’s wonderful to meet you.
Thank you very much for your kind comments Jenny. P.S> make the grammar puzzles easier please.
merry meet and brightest blessings, celtic, i am maradjen/dreamweaver, the one who has the GHOSTWRITER blog you just subscribed to. you have no idea what your actions this day have done in helping my rather damaged ego to gain a new lease on life. my analytics things says i have readers but i evidently don’t write well enough to dredge up even enough response for a like, much less a comment.
i do not view the world as do most, nor do i process what i perceive as do they. i definitely do not speak as do most. which does tend to rather limit my social interaction with regards to ‘polite social chitchat’, (most of which i find a dreadful bore and mostly inane and filled with trite nothings). I am fifty five, nearly totally reclusive and i suffer bipolar disorder, amongst other things. i am a writer, artist, poet, seeker of the old ones and old ways, and bone deep dreamer. if you look up ‘peter pan syndrome’ you will more than likely find my picture as an
i would be honored if you would send me the links to any of your own work. please put them on an email and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
here is one of my verses
The Lord and Lady gave some gifts to me
So big filled and overflowed my heart
So I hesitantly reached out into the world
And slowly sharing those gifts I did start.
I shared my art and stories and poetry
Slowly at first, I freely do admit
For I was not really all that sure
How my humble gifts would fit.
Then something miraculous happened
That really took me quite by surprise
For more and more my humble gifts
Where met with smiles and shining eyes.
It might be a card and little verse
To brighten someone’s dreary day
Many’s the time I have been told
That I spoke words they could not say.
The gifts I give come from my heart
Just as the Gods gave them to me
When someone takes joy in them
That is a golden heart coin for me.
You see, I have a little treasure chest
Deep within my sad and lonely heart
Each time I get a golden heart coin
Of that chest’s contents it becomes a part.
The glow within my heart’s treasure chest
Become’s oh so very much brighter
When I know that my simple gifts
May have made someone’s heart lighter.
MARANTHA D. JENELLE/MARADJEN/DREAMWEAVER
Dear Marantha Dreamweaver, merry meet and brightest blessings to yourself. You don’t speak like others which is what I enjoyed when I read some of your work. It’s refreshing to hear the world through new eyes. Forgive me but I don’t really know how to send links etc, I’m a young 56 going on 20. as youself i don’t like empty comments or banal quotes but when I come across something original I say what I find in my heart.
I have only started writing, three weeks ago, on this blog thing and soon, will attach my real writings, at the moment I trying to make people smile.
celtic, i think i like you already! and even better, i sense you are from a land that is part of my birthright..the lovely land of ireland. i also have scottish and a bunch of other bloodline ties as well. perhaps being irish and scottish both explains my fascination with the myths, legends, culture and very definitely the music of both lands. i hope you won’t take offences, but i would be very honored if you would be my friend.
wishing you many blessings,
MAY YOUR HEART BE EVER FILLED WITH SUNSHINE
MAY YOUR LIFE BE FREE FROM SORROW AND PAIN
MAY PEACE, LOVE, PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS
BE YOURS TILL WE ONCE MORE CHAT AGAIN.
verse composed by dreamweaver
Of course I would be your friend and if I can work out how to press the correct buttons on this machine I might even send you a copy of a book of fairy tales I wrote a year or two ago focused on the Celtic myths and legends.
*So big THEY filled and overflowed my heart
HI Malachy! Thanks for following our blog Kidz Showz! You seem to have a great blog here yourself!
Thank you Lily, looks like fun out here in the either.
lol, celtic, copying and pasting links isn’t all that hard. tell you what, send me an email to email@example.com and i will try to work up a set of instructions for you…complete with images!
blessed be, new heart friend,
Hi, thanks for the folllow. Look forward to seeing more of your posts. cheers
Hello, thank you for visiting Inkspeare. Best regards.
Thanks, I’ve enjoyed wandering around your site and agree that Stephen Kings book is perhaps the best for any aspiring writer to get a hold off.
Parallels drawn to Bo and Luke of Dukes of Hazzard – that made me laugh! (My brother adored that show and I could forget about changing the channel during that hour :))
Gald to hear you smiled, makes it all worth while. thank you.
Thank you so much for following my blog! I’m so glad that I came to pay your home a visit, as I’m now dying to read more of your smilecracking posts. 🙂 Best wishes to you, new friend.
smilecracking, a word I shall have to use, thank you.
You’re certainly most welcome. 🙂 Enjoy the weekend!
CELTIC, COULD YOU PLEASE SEND ME ANOTHER EMAIL WITH YOUR ADDRESS ON IT? I SEEM TO HAVE LOST THE ONE YOU SENT. I NEED YOUR ADDRESS SO THAT I CAN SEND YOU THE STEPS ON HOW TO COPY AND PASTE A LINK TO SEND SOMEONE IF YOU WANT TO.
SEND THE EMAIL TO firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelp is most pleased by you, my child. Thank you for being a follower. Kelp enjoys your words as well.
Thanks for following my blog! I’m looking forward to finding out about illumination…
Nice to meet you
Hi there … thanks for following my blog; humorous quirky style you have!
Glad you approve. Thanks.
Hi Malachy, Thanks for stopping by to check out my blog and the follow, hope you liked what you saw.
Unlike those idiots of the Gathering you probably do have a good claim to the kingdom of Ireland. What most people forget though is that the high King of Ireland was elected to office under certain rules. He could also be sacked if he did not fulfill the role.
If I had my way I would bring back the old way which worked much better and the Brehon Laws. Long live the King, lol
Looking forward to seeing more from you, 🙂
Thank you very much, for your very kind comments and your interesting observations. ☺♣☺
Thanks for the follow. Very intriuging blog here!
Welcome aboard, thakn you for your comments.
You blog is a hilarious read and I look forward new entries. Thanks for making me laugh at work. 🙂
Thank you very much for your kind comments. I’m so glad it makes you smile. Regards, Himself.
Thanks for the follow, Mr. Malachy! Long live the (true) king of Ireland!
Malachy, You stopped by my blog recently and “liked” my recent post. I do appreciate the time, and I hope that you find posts in the future to your liking. Being lumped in the same group as Bruce Lee, and the Dukes of Hazzard is a lot of responsibility. But I am sure your up for the task, take care, and again thanks for stopping by my blog. Take care, Bill
It was a real pleasure to read your blog Bill and I shall be back.
Malachy, You have visited again, and liked yet another of my posts. and I truly appreciate it. Hopefully I will continue to write things that interest you and bring you back. Please take care, Bill
I’ve always felt Bo and Luke Duke were much deeper than they appeared.
Indeed, as Shakespeare himself once said, “To be or not to be, yee haar!”
THE O Neill! To think that I should meet you here 😀
Hail fellow, well met.
Hello celticillumination, so glad you stopped by my blog. You have an interesting blog. How did you become a master candle maker?
Hello Elizabeth, thank you for your comment. One does not become a Master Candle Maker, one is chosen. Of course a certain degree of madness helps.
Malachy, just came over to read some of your amusing stories and say a BIG thank you for following my own blog. Apologies for the pause since you followed but I have been away on holiday and am only just now catching up. MM 🍀
PS are you still in touch with the O’Neills of Portugal, or is that too far back up the family tree?
Ditto, love reading your tales and seeing your excellent photographs. We don’t mention the O Neills of Portugal, too much pain.
Thank you so much for joining us on wePoets, it’s much appreciated. We’d be happy to showcase your writing should you want to share. 🙂
Thanks for the welcome, I’ll submit some shorts thanks.
That’s great, we look forward to it! 🙂
Hello! I have nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award (http://wp.me/p31LCu-dE). I really love you writing and look forward to your next posting about your life prior to becoming the King of Ireland.
Thank you very very much, your kind and supportive words make the long hours, the fatigue, the lack of sleep and the excessive drinking all worth while.
Far from the centre of sanity no less! Superb!
Sanity? We have a small villa there. Thanks.
Ok, I’m intrigued, you’ve got me.
Welcome to the Illuminati
Thank you, I shall keep my pyramidal eye on you.
Thank you for following my blog and I have to say I have been reading your posts and laughing my ass off. You do have a knack for the storytelling. Look forward to reading more.
Thank you very much Patti and I do enjoy your travels through Irish history.
Thanks for the follow. Blessings