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Three miles south west of Lough Gur is Cnoc Aine, or Knockainy, the hill of Aine, one of the most important fairy queens of Munster. Also on the shores of the lake is Cnoc Finnine, of the goddess Fennel, the sister of Aine. Many of the sidhe folk have encounters or relationships with mortals. The Earl of Desmond once saw Aine combing her hair on the bank of a river. He fell in love with her and seizing her cloak made her his wife.

Three miles south west of Lough Gur is Cnoc Aine, or Knockainy, the hill of Aine, one of the most important fairy queens of Munster. Also on the shores of the lake is Cnoc Finnine, of the goddess Fennel, the sister of Aine. Many of the sidhe folk have encounters or relationships with mortals. The Earl of Desmond once saw Aine combing her hair on the bank of a river. He fell in love with her and seizing her cloak made her his wife.

Tuatha de Danaan

Tuatha de Danaan

Grimms Fairy Tale, Little Sister Opens Door Ice Castle, Arthur Rackham

Grimms Fairy Tale, Little Sister Opens Door Ice Castle And Crows Eat On Silver, Arthur Rackham, Printed In America, Antique Children Print

Grimms Fairy Tale, Little Sister Opens Door Ice Castle, Arthur Rackham

Waldgeist - Forest spirit

Waldgeist - Forest spirit

Oonagh (“OO-nah”). Anglicized to Oona or Una; Meaning “Unity”, “Holy” or “Pure.” This Irish goddess is pure of heart and pure-magic, and can help you be the same. She is a Tuatha De Danaan and Fairy Queen. According to legend all who look on her are awestruck by her beauty. Oonagh can help you be awestruck by your own beauty, and the beauty all around you.

Oonagh (“OO-nah”). Anglicized to Oona or Una; Meaning “Unity”, “Holy” or “Pure.” This Irish goddess is pure of heart and pure-magic, and can help you be the same. She is a Tuatha De Danaan and Fairy Queen. According to legend all who look on her are awestruck by her beauty. Oonagh can help you be awestruck by your own beauty, and the beauty all around you.

Celtic Mythology: The Tuatha De Danann/Sidhe: The Tuatha De Danann are known throughout ancient Ireland as the people of the goddess Dana/Danu (also known as mother). It's important to note that throughout history she became known as Brigit, who then got absorbed into Christian beliefs as a saint. According to the Annals of the Four Masters, the Tuatha De Danann ruled Ireland from 1897 to 1700 BC.

Celtic Mythology: The Tuatha De Danann/Sidhe: The Tuatha De Danann are known throughout ancient Ireland as the people of the goddess Dana/Danu (also known as mother). It's important to note that throughout history she became known as Brigit, who then got absorbed into Christian beliefs as a saint. According to the Annals of the Four Masters, the Tuatha De Danann ruled Ireland from 1897 to 1700 BC.

Alan Lee - Tuatha De Danaan helmet

Alan Lee - Tuatha De Danaan helmet

The Four Treasures of the Tuatha Dé Danann Stone of Fál: It would cry out beneath the king who took the sovereignty of Ireland. It was supposedly located near the Hill of Tara in County Meath. Spear of Lug: No battle was ever sustained against it, or...

The Four Treasures of the Tuatha Dé Danann Stone of Fál: It would cry out beneath the king who took the sovereignty of Ireland. It was supposedly located near the Hill of Tara in County Meath. Spear of Lug: No battle was ever sustained against it, or...

The family bloodlines of the Tuatha Dé Danann as they come to us from mythology, and there are many stories their relationships can be confusing. I'm not altogether certain about this family tree, there seems to be some inconsistencies...!!!

The family bloodlines of the Tuatha Dé Danann as they come to us from mythology, and there are many stories their relationships can be confusing. I'm not altogether certain about this family tree, there seems to be some inconsistencies...!!!

Will-o’-the-Wisps are spirits in British/Celtic mythology that create little lantern-like lights off paths and roads to trick those that travel at night. If the travelers follow the lights they disappear into the bog, never to be seen again.  #Celtic #Mythology

Will-o’-the-Wisps are spirits in British/Celtic mythology that create little lantern-like lights off paths and roads to trick those that travel at night. If the travelers follow the lights they disappear into the bog, never to be seen again. #Celtic #Mythology

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