Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Bran the Blessed - Celtic God of Rejuvenation and Protection, Lord of Ravens.  He died protecting modern-day England, but his severed head continued talking and giving advice for several months afterward.  When it at last stopped, it was buried in the White Hill, where some say the Tower of London stands today.  According to folklore, that is why ravens still guard the Tower of London.

Bran the Blessed - Celtic God of Rejuvenation and Protection, Lord of Ravens. He died protecting modern-day England, but his severed head continued talking and giving advice for several months afterward. When it at last stopped, it was buried in the White Hill, where some say the Tower of London stands today. According to folklore, that is why ravens still guard the Tower of London.

norse mythology - Bing Images ~ Hel with a very good description of her

norse mythology - Bing Images ~ Hel with a very good description of her

Hel is the goddess of the dead in Norse mythology. Hmmm where did the church get that from?

Hel is the goddess of the dead in Norse mythology. Hmmm where did the church get that from?

Ravens and the Morrigan: Irish Goddess of War - A conspiracy of ravens is interwoven with the Morrigan mythology like a Celtic knot. But why are these birds so linked with Ireland's darkest deity?

Ravens and the Morrigan: Irish Goddess of War

Ravens and the Morrigan: Irish Goddess of War - A conspiracy of ravens is interwoven with the Morrigan mythology like a Celtic knot. But why are these birds so linked with Ireland's darkest deity?

Druantia..."Queen of the Druids". Celtic Fir Goddess and Mother of the tree calender. Symbolizes protection, knowledge, creativity, passion, sex, fertility, growth, trees and forests. Her feast day was Beltane

Druantia..."Queen of the Druids". Celtic Fir Goddess and Mother of the tree calender. Symbolizes protection, knowledge, creativity, passion, sex, fertility, growth, trees and forests. Her feast day was Beltane

Oya -The #African goddess of the wind, fire and the thunderbolt. As the female warrior of the Yoruba pantheon, she represents female power. She is strong, assertive, courageous and independent and is always willing to take risks. When she is enraged, she can create tornadoes and hurricanes, but these also happened when she is ready to make changes. Oya is a great witch and the guardian of the gates of death. She is invoked when there are serious illness or when transformation is necessary.

Oya -The #African goddess of the wind, fire and the thunderbolt. As the female warrior of the Yoruba pantheon, she represents female power. She is strong, assertive, courageous and independent and is always willing to take risks. When she is enraged, she can create tornadoes and hurricanes, but these also happened when she is ready to make changes. Oya is a great witch and the guardian of the gates of death. She is invoked when there are serious illness or when transformation is necessary.

Celtic (Irish)God of youth, love, and beauty. One of the Tuatha De Danaan, name means "young son". He had a harp that made irresistible music, and his kisses turned into birds that carried messages of love. His brugh, underground fairy palace, was on the banks of the Boyne River. Variants: Angus or Oengus of the Brugh, Angus Mac Oc, Oengus Mac In Og.

Celtic (Irish)God of youth, love, and beauty. One of the Tuatha De Danaan, name means "young son". He had a harp that made irresistible music, and his kisses turned into birds that carried messages of love. His brugh, underground fairy palace, was on the banks of the Boyne River. Variants: Angus or Oengus of the Brugh, Angus Mac Oc, Oengus Mac In Og.

Fodla - Celtic goddess of sovereignty.  Part of a trinity of goddesses along with Eriu and Banba.  Daughters of Ernmas

Fodla - Celtic goddess of sovereignty. Part of a trinity of goddesses along with Eriu and Banba. Daughters of Ernmas

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