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Raku Pottery Vase - "They Eye of Balor'

It’s irish coffee day, so please enjoy this mug of coffee and a vase story
inspired by the emerald isle!

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THe Eye Of Balor

The Eye of Balor’, tells the tale of an Irish giant, a prophecy, his captive daughter, some serious control issues, a late night rendezvous and a whole lot of famillicide!

According to Irish legend, a race of giants, the Fomorians, were said to be among the early settlers of Ireland. They even had their own king, Balor. Balor was no ordinary giant king, as he was also the god of death.

Balor would have been an unwelcome patient at an optometrist’s office. He only had one eye. Imagine the frustration of trying to fit a pair of glasses for him.

This would be the least of the eye doctor’s problems though, as whoever was caught in his gaze would die instantly.

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Fortunately, giants weren’t big on seeing eye doctors.

And Balor kept his single eye closed until this terrible power was needed. Maybe he had a cool eye patch?

According to the prophecy, Balor would be killed by his own grandson, so what was a giant cyclops to do? Imprison his own daughter in a crystal tower of course! That way she can never have any babies and the prophecy would be thwarted.

It turns out, a crystal tower does not make a great prison.

Cian, a minor god was able to find a way into the tower and Balor’s daughter found her self with child not long after. Imagine getting pregnant with triplets from your first sexual experience? That is what happened to Balor’s daughter, Ethlinn. It seems she had terrible luck.

Rather than passing out cigars to celebrate the birth of his three grandsons, Balor threw them into the sea. But one boy, Lugh, was able to escape his watery grave by finding refuge with Manannan Mac Lir, the god of the sea. The prophecy finally played when Lugh led the Tuatha De Danann (a race of Irish gods) into a battle where Balor would meet his fate.

Death by removal of his one eye.


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5 Comments

    1. Thank you! Yes we try to let creativity move in the way it likes and that can involve a lot of different things potentially. Much more to come, thanks for being a part of it! 🙏

  1. What an eloquent writer you are! I love the backstory. And the color of the mug is gorgeous! The color of the vase is beautiful and makes me think of spring when there are pops of color amid the green coming back to life.

    1. Thank you Eugenia! It was a particularly snowy day (like today!) so a little burst of spring was welcome to see. Thank you for all your kindness and support 🙏 I hope you are keeping well today

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