The Banshee, ("woman of the síde" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a feminine Spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld.    In legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. In Scottish mythology the creature is called the bean sìth or bean-nighe and is seen washing the blood stained clothes or armour of those who are about to die. Alleged sightings of banshees have been reported as recently as 1948.

The Banshee, ("woman of the síde" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a feminine Spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld. In legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. In Scottish mythology the creature is called the bean sìth or bean-nighe and is seen washing the blood stained clothes or armour of those who are about to die. Alleged sightings of banshees have been reported as recently as 1948.

In Norse mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified, grandmother of Thor.  In stanza 30 of the poem Alvíssmál, Thor asks the dwarf Alvíss to tell him what night is called in each of the nine worlds, whom "Nórr" birthed. Alvíss responds that night is referred as "night" by mankind, "darkness" by the gods, "the masker by the mighty Powers", "unlight" by the jötunn, "joy-of-sleep" by the elves, while dwarves call her "dream-Njörun" (meaning "dream-goddess").

In Norse mythology, Nótt (Old Norse "night") is night personified, grandmother of Thor. In stanza 30 of the poem Alvíssmál, Thor asks the dwarf Alvíss to tell him what night is called in each of the nine worlds, whom "Nórr" birthed. Alvíss responds that night is referred as "night" by mankind, "darkness" by the gods, "the masker by the mighty Powers", "unlight" by the jötunn, "joy-of-sleep" by the elves, while dwarves call her "dream-Njörun" (meaning "dream-goddess").

Mania is the Roman Goddess of the Dead. Not to be confused with the Greek Goddess of Madness (also named Mania), she is called the mother of the Manes, the souls of the dead, who became her children when they descended to the Underworld. She was also later said to be the mother of the Lares, the household Gods. Mania rules over the Underworld along with Mantus, God of the Dead. Her image was hung over doors to frighten away evil spirits.

Mania is the Roman Goddess of the Dead. Not to be confused with the Greek Goddess of Madness (also named Mania), she is called the mother of the Manes, the souls of the dead, who became her children when they descended to the Underworld. She was also later said to be the mother of the Lares, the household Gods. Mania rules over the Underworld along with Mantus, God of the Dead. Her image was hung over doors to frighten away evil spirits.

Brighid - Celtic Goddess of hearth and home, fertility, smithcraft, and healing. Brighid is honored on Imbolc - a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of Spring.

Brighid - Celtic Goddess of hearth and home, fertility, smithcraft, and healing. Brighid is honored on Imbolc - a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of Spring.

Styx was the name of the underground river that separated Earth from the Underworld, but was also the name of the goddess who personified it. Meaning “spite”, the goddess was the personification of hate itself. The daughter of titans Oceanus and Tethys, she was one of the four underworld rivers. For providing aid to Zeus during the coup of the Titanomachy, she was given the mantle as the goddess of oaths...

Styx was the name of the underground river that separated Earth from the Underworld, but was also the name of the goddess who personified it. Meaning “spite”, the goddess was the personification of hate itself. The daughter of titans Oceanus and Tethys, she was one of the four underworld rivers. For providing aid to Zeus during the coup of the Titanomachy, she was given the mantle as the goddess of oaths...

The ancient name “Lilith” derives from a Sumerian word for female demons or wind spirits—the lilītu and the related ardat lilǐ. The lilītu dwells in desert lands and open country spaces and is especially dangerous to pregnant women and infants. Her breasts are filled with poison, not milk. The ardat lilī is a sexually frustrated and infertile female who behaves aggressively toward young men.

The ancient name “Lilith” derives from a Sumerian word for female demons or wind spirits—the lilītu and the related ardat lilǐ. The lilītu dwells in desert lands and open country spaces and is especially dangerous to pregnant women and infants. Her breasts are filled with poison, not milk. The ardat lilī is a sexually frustrated and infertile female who behaves aggressively toward young men.

Queen of Heaven/ Semiramas/ Isis/Asharoth the 'god of fortifications'. This pagan idolatry began in ancient Babylon with Nimrod, and his wife Semiramas. They created this religion that deified themselves and their god-child, Tammuz/ Horus/ Bacchus.

Queen of Heaven/ Semiramas/ Isis/Asharoth the 'god of fortifications'. This pagan idolatry began in ancient Babylon with Nimrod, and his wife Semiramas. They created this religion that deified themselves and their god-child, Tammuz/ Horus/ Bacchus.

Cernunnos - KER-noo-nohss he is the Celtic god of fertility, life, animals, wealth, and the underworld. The lord of the Forrest and Master of the Hunt. He is a god of vegetation and trees in his aspect as the Green Man. He Represents the Darkness and the Light.

Cernunnos - KER-noo-nohss he is the Celtic god of fertility, life, animals, wealth, and the underworld. The lord of the Forrest and Master of the Hunt. He is a god of vegetation and trees in his aspect as the Green Man. He Represents the Darkness and the Light.

Pendragon: The Eight Wiccan Sabbats - Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Imbolg, Ostara ('Easter'), Beltane, Beltaine, Litha, Lughnassadh, Lammas, and Mabon

Pendragon: The Eight Wiccan Sabbats - Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Imbolg, Ostara ('Easter'), Beltane, Beltaine, Litha, Lughnassadh, Lammas, and Mabon

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