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RHIANNON: She played a number of roles familiar to Celtic mythology: the…

“ RHIANNON: She played a number of roles familiar to Celtic mythology: the Otherworld Mistress, the Calumniated Wife and finally the Sovereign Queen. Earlier prototypes of this Rhiannon, whose.

Rhiannon by Maiarcita. Things sacred to Rhiannon are the moon, horses, horseshoes, songbirds, gates, the wind, and the number 7.She possesses deep magic and can manifest her dreams and desires both for herself and for the good of all.

Rhiannon - Rhiannon is a classic figure in Celtic or Welsh literature, &…

Dieux celtiques

In Celtic mythology, the Tuatha De Danann (children of the goddess Danu) were the last race of gods to occupy and conquer the British Isles before men came and took the land away from them. The Tuatha De Danann were gifted warriors and learned in magic.

Déesses celtiques

Celtic goddesses associated with the Tuatha De Danann who were founded by Danu as all described in the Mythological Cycle.

“Brighid is the Celtic Saint and Goddess of Poetry, Healing and Smithcraft. She has been worshiped by the Celtic people as a Saint for over fifteen...

Of Myth and Legend → Brighid “Brighid is the Celtic Saint and Goddess of Poetry, Healing and Smithcraft. She has been worshiped by the Celtic people as a Saint for over fifteen hundred years, and as a Goddess long before the Roman invasion of Britain.

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Epona was a Celtic goddess. Her name contains an allusion to the horse: in Celtic, "epos" means “horse” and the suffix “-ona” affixed simply means “on”. Epona is the patron goddess of mares and foals.

Irish Mythology: The Book of Invasions  Part 3: Nemed and the Fir Bolg

Irish Mythology: The Book of Invasions  Part Nemed and the Fir Bolg

Hirsch mit Astgeweih

White deer hold a place in the mythology of many cultures. Celtic people considered them to be messengers from the other world, and other pre-Indo-European cultures, especially in the north.

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