A shrine to El Santo Niño de Atocha found in an abandoned house.. chimayo, new mexico
ღღ Personal altar. Stacked books and an oil painting become the backdrop for this vignette of beloved objects placed with care.
Ostara Circle Center piece
We can get horns both at the local pet store and at the local flea markets. Sometimes my favorite Pagan supply offers them when they come across them from humane sources. Altars Shrin, Lughnasadh Lammas, Lughnasagh Lammas, Sacred Spaces, Autumn Mabon, Lughnasadh Altars, Lammas Lughnasadh, Mabon Pagan, Mabon Altars
Brighid, one of the triple goddesses of the Celtic pantheon, was the daughter of Dagda, All Father of the ancient Tuatha de Danann people. Born at sunrise with a flame beaming from her head, she was a sun goddess, as well as fire and water, and symbolized human potential. The 19 virgin Daughters of the Flame tended her shrine at Kildare. Brighid was so loved that she was sainted and her Festival of Imbolc changed to St. Brighids Day. Mothers Goddesses, Celtic Irish, Celtic God, Celtic Pantheon, Ancient People, De Danann, Goddesses Image, Triple Goddesses, Jessica Galbreth
Brighid Celtic (Irish). One of the triple Goddesses of the Celtic pantheon. She is the daughter of The Dagda, the All Father of the Tuatha de Danann, one of the most ancient people of Northern Europe. Some say there are actually three Brighids; one is in charge of poetry and inspiration; one is in charge of midwifery and healing, and the last is in charge of crafts and smiths. She probably began as a sun Goddess. According to legend, she was born at sunrise and a tower of flame beamed fro...
Triple Goddess Statue