Llyr,  in Celtic mythology, leader of one of two warring families of gods; according to one interpretation, the Children of Llyr were the powers of darkness, constantly in conflict with the Children of Dôn, the powers of light. In Welsh tradition, Llyr and his son Manawydan, like the Irish gods Lir and Manannán, were associated with the sea. Llyr’s other children included Brân, a god of bards and poetry; Branwen, wife of the sun godMatholwch,and Creidylad

Llyr, in Celtic mythology, leader of one of two warring families of gods; according to one interpretation, the Children of Llyr were the powers of darkness, constantly in conflict with the Children of Dôn, the powers of light. In Welsh tradition, Llyr and his son Manawydan, like the Irish gods Lir and Manannán, were associated with the sea. Llyr’s other children included Brân, a god of bards and poetry; Branwen, wife of the sun godMatholwch,and Creidylad

✯ Full ‘Snow Moon’ Altar :: From the Witch's Cauldron ✯

✯ Full ‘Snow Moon’ Altar :: From the Witch's Cauldron ✯

Galadriel Nouveau Print by khallion on Etsy, $25.00 I like how Gimli's just hanging out in the background like a creeper, but not.

Galadriel Nouveau Small Print (Item 03-016-AA)

Galadriel Nouveau Print by khallion on Etsy, $25.00 I like how Gimli's just hanging out in the background like a creeper, but not.

Full Moon Water Blessings Spell - Skyclad under a full moon holding a bowl or glass of water, speak : " Oh Goddess and my God/s, I call upon you, In need of your help, Bless this water, (Hold up small bowl of water.) Bless this water, With you power, With you purification, With you healing powers, Bless this water. With the water you so blessed, May this harm none, The spell is done, So mote it be and blessed be." Now drink or use the water for power, purification or healing.

Full Moon Water Blessings Spell - Skyclad under a full moon holding a bowl or glass of water, speak : " Oh Goddess and my God/s, I call upon you, In need of your help, Bless this water, (Hold up small bowl of water.) Bless this water, With you power, With you purification, With you healing powers, Bless this water. With the water you so blessed, May this harm none, The spell is done, So mote it be and blessed be." Now drink or use the water for power, purification or healing.

Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. In Christian times she became a fairy queen.

Áine, the Faery Goddess

Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. In Christian times she became a fairy queen.

Male and female Wiccans are called Wiccans. All those who practice witchcraft (regardless of gender) are called witches. The word witch is gender neutral and has been since its equivolent in Middle English.

Male and female Wiccans are called Wiccans. All those who practice witchcraft (regardless of gender) are called witches. The word witch is gender neutral and has been since its equivolent in Middle English.

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