The Celtic Goddess Brigid is beloved as the muse of poetic inspiration and the mistress of the healing arts. She is also associated with smithcraft, which held special import for the early Celts. The site of her well still exists in Ireland
Cerridwen - Welsh Goddess of nature, death, fertility, regeneration, magic, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, and knowledge. Cerridwen is the Keeper of the Cauldron (her cauldron is named Amen) and controls the shape-changing of humans and animals. Other Titles: Dark Moon Goddess, Great Mother, Goddess of Nature, Grain Goddess
Danu is the Irish earth Goddess, mother of the Tuatha Dé Danann (people of the Goddess Danu). Danu is an ancient Goddess, and was worshipped extensively throughout Western Europe, ruling over rivers, magic, fertility, wells, and wisdom. She gives her name to many European places, including the Danube River and the country of Denmark. Danu, whose name means “wisdom”, was known as Don in Wales, and her name is also seen as Dana or Danann.
TYCHE (meaning "luck"; Roman equivalent: Fortuna) was the presiding tutelary deity that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city, its destiny. She is the daughter of Aphrodite and Zeus or Hermes. She was sometimes represented as a handmaiden of the goddess Hera.
Boann Celtic River Mother Boann, whose name means ‘White Cow,’ was the goddess of the river Boyne in Ireland, which was named for her. Wife of the river god Nechtan, keeper of the sacred well of Connla, in which swam the salmon of wisdom, after her clandestine affair with the Irish father-god, The Dagda, Boann went to her husband’s well and circled it three times counter-clockwise, causing it to overflow and form the river Boyne, releasing the sacred salmon of wisdom into the world.
Celtic Mother Goddess Brigid is beloved as the muse of poetic inspiration and the mistress of healing arts. Also associated with smithcraft, which was of special import for early Celts. The site of her well still exists in Ireland and It's eternal flame is attended by eighteen maidens.