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АйДаПрикол - коллекция лучших демотиваторов, фотоприколов и комиксов с ежедневным обновлением.

АйДаПрикол - коллекция лучших демотиваторов, фотоприколов и комиксов с ежедневным обновлением.

Deirdre and Naoise. One of the most tragic stories in Irish mythology. Like Helen of Troy, beautiful Deirdre unintentionally spawned a war between powerful men. She loved a warrior and huntsman named Naoise, who was betrayed and killed along with his faithful brothers. Forced to marry a king whom she didn't love, Deirdre threw herself from a chariot and ended her life. The lovers were buried side-by-side. Two trees grew from their graves and intertwined themselves into one.

Wen-Xi Chen is a digital illustrator based in Shanghai, China. Wen- Xi Chen paints tragedies in the dead of night to the sweet sound of Opeth and currently spends her daylight hours working as creative manager in a Shanghai based… Continue Reading →

DANU, Anu, or Dana, is the ancient Mother Goddess of Ireland (Welsh Don). In Irish mythology, Danu is the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann (Old Irish: "The peoples of the goddess Danu"). Though primarily seen as an ancestral figure, some Victorian sources also associate her with the land. Danu was considered as the mythic mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the Celtic tribes that first invaded Ireland.

Danu, Anu, or Dana, is the ancient Mother Goddess of Ireland. The Welsh Don is her equivalent. She is the Goddess worshipped by the sidhe race the Tuatha de Dannan. Some believe that the Moon Goddess Diana derived from the Great Danu.