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    "The Queen of Swords" Brigid In Irish mythology (a subset of Gaelic myth, within Celtic myth) Brigid was the daughter of the Dagda, who existed as a father figure and protector of the Tuatha Dé Danann, a group of people said to have been the fifth to settle Ireland. The queen of Swords

  • Adriano Uriel S Santos

    Bridgid - A Deusa Caçadora e Sacerdotisa é uma deusa celta muito popular na Irlanda. Brígida era representada por três mulheres, Brígida, a poetisa, Brígida, a médica, e Brígida, a ferreira, sendo conhecida com a deusa da Tríplice Chama, pois o fogo alimenta as forjas, esquenta os experimentos dos alquimistas, e incendeia a mente dos poetas. Brígida era filha do deus supremo Dagda, e um dos Tuatha Dé Danann. Ela era esposa de Bres, rei dos Tuatha Dé Danann, com quem teve um filho, Ruadán.

  • Tina

    image of Celtic goddess Brigid as a shield maiden

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    Celtic Warrior Queen

  • Sam Faith

    Brigid, the Celtic goddess of fire (the forge and the hearth), poetry, healing, childbirth, and unity

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  • V. R.

    Scathach - A famed warrior queen who kept a military academy on the Ilse of Skye. She trained some of the greatest heroes in Celtic mythology, including Cuchulainn, and was the former-teacher and greatest enemy of Queen Aoife. She is credited with being a highly skilled warrior, and is said in some legends to have had a magic harp that could put men to sleep or drive them into battle-fury. She married a Sidhe lord, Gwyn ap Nudd, the son of Nodens Nuada.

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