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    Blodeuwedd Original Oil Painting by MiriamMorgan on Etsy, $300.00 15x20 inches Blodeuwedd is an oil painting from my Goddess series. She was the Welsh goddess of the night, also called "flowerface" and the "night owl". According to the myth, Blodeuwedd's face was created from the petals of nine different types of flowers, which accounted for her name "flowerface".

    Ma'at - The Egyptian Goddess Of Truth

    Branwen = “White Raven” in Welsh. Welsh goddess of love and beauty. Venus of the Northern Sea. One of the five Goddesses of Avalon and one of the three matriarchs of Britain (Rhiannon and Cerridwen). The Full Moon in June is Branwen’s Moon. Also honoured with waxing moons. Associated with Artemis, Aphrodite and Eriu. A Maiden aspect of the Goddess though she has many Mother attributes. Magical attributes: invoking beginnings, new projects, ideas, inspiration, energy, vitality and freedom.

    Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: The Welsh Goddess Ceridwen releasing Spring from her cauldron.

    Rhiannon, Welsh Goddess of the earth, fertility, horses and birds, who also has links to the Underworld

    In Celtic mythology, Arianrhod, goddess of the Silver Wheel, carries the souls of the deceased to Emania. Arianrhod is associated with and can transform into an Owl, and through the eyes of the Owl, can see the truth in the human soul.

    Culture: Irish and Welsh Also called Don, Dana and Anu. She is the most ancient of the Celtic Goddesses that we have any knowledge of. I...

    Arianrhod, Welsh goddess of the moon and stars (I love her for astral travel)

    Rhiannon is a welsh goddess whose name means divine queen of the fairies. The story of the Celtic goddess reminds us of the healing power of humour, tears and forgiveness. She is the goddess of movement and change, yet is steadfast and comforts us in times of crisis or loss. Rhiannon was the lunar goddess of fertility and rebirth, transformation, wisdom and magic. She was worshipped under the moonlight.

    Auguste Raynaud (1850-1937) La Nuit,detail.

    Vanth is an Etruscan goddess of the Underworld whose presence indicates recent or impending death. Many Etruscan goddesses were shown with wings, but with Vanth they seem to be an integral part of her character. Sometimes her wings are painted with eyes, perhaps to represent all-seeing and inevitable death. She is depicted as partner to Kharun, the Etruscan version of the Greek god Charon, the Underworld guardian.

    Cerridwen - Goddess of transformation, death, magic, regeneration, the Welsh Goddess of the Sacred Cauldron of inspiration, awen, a powerful symbol of transforming magic for it is said to contain all of the knowledge of the world.

    "The Welsh goddess Arianrhod: goddess of the full moon, star goddess, sky goddess, goddess of reincarnation, keeper of the circling silver wheel of stars, a symbol of time and reincarnation."

    Tyche - Goddess of fortune and prosperity

    Blodeuwedd, Welsh Goddess

    Ix Chel The Maya moon goddess wields great influence in many areas. Being in the image of a woman, she is associated with sexuality and procreation, fertility and growth, not only of human beings, but also of the vegetation and the crops. Since growth can also cause all sorts of ailments, the moon goddess is also a goddess of disease. Everywhere in Mesoamerica, including the Mayan area, she is specifically associated with water, be it wells, rainfall, or the rainy season.

    Hina is the Hawaiian goddess of the moon, death, and rebirth. Hina lived in the sea and was tired of her toilsome underwater existence, so she left the water and escaped to the moon.

    SPIRIT WOMAN, Talking Stick, Ceremonial EARTH GODDESS with Crystals and Shell. Notice the spiral of the shell embedded over her womb.

    Aphrodite Art Nouveau Love Goddess 5x7 Blank by EmilyBalivet, $5.00

    Selkie Sea Goddess

    In Irish Celtic Myth as can be read in the Lebor Gabála Érenn or the Book of Invasions, that one night during Samhain The Dagda, one of the Tuatha De Danaan was walking home when he happened upon a beautiful woman bathing in a ford, with nine tresses in her hair. That woman was The Morrigan, and that night they slept together. In exchange, The Morrigan gave The Dagda battle plans and the promise that the Tuatha De Danaan would win the upcoming battle against the Fomorians.