";s:4:"text";s:12894:" Aerten/Aeron ♀Location – Wales, CornishRules Over – Peace, overcoming enemiesDescription – Goddess of fate who controlled over the result of war between several Celtic clans.
Gwethyr ♂Location – WalesRules Over – UnknownDescription – Opposite of Gwynn Ap Nudd. Finncaev ♀Location – IrelandRules Over – Love and beautyDescription – Minor Princess among the Tuatha Dé Danann. – Water magic, passing over (death), fairy contact, inner-transformation, – Goddess of streams who later became thought of as a fairy spirit who was a portent of death, very similar to Ireland’s, – Strength, war, past-lives, creative magic. It is believed she has roots in the Greek grain Goddess, – Self-responsibility, reincarnation, earth magic.
She signifies old age or death, winter, the end of all things, the waning moon, post-menstrual phases of women’s lives, all destruction that comes before regeneration through her cauldron of rebirth.
. – Gaulish God of stones, about whom very little is known. Came down in legend as a monster or faery of the ocean. Achtland ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – Sex magicDescription – Goddess queen, whom no mortal man could sexually satisfy; so she took a giant from the fairy realm as her mate. Druantia ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – Fertility, passion, sexual activities, trees, protection, knowledge, creativityDescription – “Queen of the Druids.” Fir Goddess. Once a Sun God. Perhaps an early version of Dana. The Dagda ♂Location – IrelandRules Over – Protection, warriors, knowledge, magic, fire, prophecy, weather, reincarnation, the arts, initiation, patron of priests, the Sun, healing, regeneration, prosperity, harps, magicians, artisans, all knowledgeDescription – High King of the Tuatha Dé Danann. – Minor barley God worshipped through the 16th century. She led a journey ofPartholans to the “western edge of the world” forty days before the great flood. God of death and rebirth, master of all trades, lord of perfect knowledge. – Sovereignty, self-control, leadership, protection of your land, prosperity. Bodua ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – WarDescription – War Goddess much like the Irish Badb. She kept this sacred water from humans, feeling they could not handle its power.
Probably a crone Goddess. – Purification, healing, Great Rite, any other magical acts associated with the feminine elements. Maybe even a consort of the better-known bird God Nemglan. Oanuava ♀Location – BritainRules Over – UnknownDescription – Very old Earth Goddess from Celtic Gaul. Ruler of wild beasts, forests, woodlands. MacCuill ♂Location – IrelandRules Over – Water magicDescription – Minor sea God of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Seen as a harvest, death and sacrificial God. One of the many mistresses Cuchulain had over his life. She was probably once a regional mother earth Goddess, or Goddess of rebirth. Le Fay : Welsh/Cornish. Damara ♀Location – EnglandRules Over – FertilityDescription – Fertility Goddess associated with Beltane. Sequana ♀Location – BritainRules Over – Prosperity, earth magic, water magic, purificationDescription – Earth Goddess who lived beneath the rivers of Britain and could only be seen if the rivers were drained or low from drought. Corra ♀Location – ScotlandRules Over – Divination, prophecyDescription – Prophecy Goddess who regularly appeared in the form of a crane. A lake Goddess who is viewed in modern folklore as an evil water faery who lures swimmers to their death. Badb was a Celtic and Irish war and crow goddess who was also seen as a supernatural woman and demon. The crone form of the Goddess.
– Discovering your own feminine power, help in discovering the ancient grail mysteries, sovereignty. Goleuddydd ♀Location – WalesRules Over – Family ties, independenceDescription – Sow Goddess, mother of Culwch who ran in an insane rush to the deep woodlands to give him birth. Goidniu ♂Location – Ireland, WalesRules Over – Blacksmiths, weapon-makers, jewelry making, brewing, fire, metal-workingDescription – One of a triad of craftsmen with Luchtaine the wright and Creidne the brazier. A Spiritual Blog by Dipali Desai. Ruled over the land of the dead. Carman ♀Location – IrelandRules Over – Banishing magicDescription – Goddess of County Wexford and source name for LochGarman, who was once honored at Lughnasadh. Briant ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – Water magicDescription – Goddess of the river which holds her name. Wales is a land, which is famous for …
( Log Out / Cliodna ♀Location – Ireland, ScotlandRules Over – Spirit contact, appreciation, beauty, water magicDescription – Tuatha Dé Danann Sea and Otherworld Goddess who usually took the form of a sea bird and therefore symbolized the Celtic afterlife. Gog ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – FertilityDescription – Consort of Magog. – Venus of the Northern Seas, of the three matriarchs of Britain. Represents the female principle of creation.
the only truth I know is my own experience, Musings on Vanic Paganism (and life in general) from a lesbian feminist geek. She was a Goddess of the. – Disease, plague, cursing, wisdom, seasonal rites, weather magic. – Wisdom, overcoming enemies, creation, protection, knowledge, divination. She helped grant wishes, usually ones which taught the wishers that they didn’t really want what they thought they did. The name is compounded of Hermes and Aphrodite.
– Gaulish Celtic God of fortifications. She signifies old age or death, winter, the end of all things, the waning moon, post-menstrual phases of women’s lives, all destruction that comes before regeneration through her cauldron of rebirth. Latiaran ♀Location – IrelandRules Over – Seasonal rites, fire magicDescription – The youngest of the three sisters who made up a Triune Goddess. Condwiramur ♀Location – WalesRules Over – Discovering your own feminine power, help in discovering the ancient grail mysteries, sovereigntyDescription – Goddess of sovereignty who appears shortly in the Grail legends as the wife of Sir Percival in which she is wedded and then bedded by Percival who then immediately sets off for the Grail castle to which he is finally admitted.
– The youngest of the three sisters who made up a Triune Goddess. Ardwinna ♀Location – BritainRules Over – Animals, familiars, woodlandsDescription – Woodland and animal Goddess who stalked the forests ofArdennes riding a wild boar. Ruled the underground kingdom of the dead. Grainne ♀Location – Ireland, Manx, ScotlandRules Over – Herbs, knowledge, sun, fire magicDescription – Master herbalist and sun Goddess who was the daughter of King Cormac and who married Fionn MacCumhal. In 1667 Charles I had her face placed on the coinage where it remains today, reviving an old custom, first instated by the Romans who adopted her as their.
Celtnet.org.uk, “Henwen: A Cymric Goddess: Old White“.
and that a hill in southern Ireland was named for her. Our site includes quite a bit of content, so if you're having an issue finding what you're looking for, go on ahead and use that search feature there! We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. White Lady ♀Location – Known to all Celtic countriesRules Over – Death, destruction, annihilationDescription – Dryad of Death. – A triplicate unto herself, this Goddess throughout her myth say she alternately takes on the images of maiden, mother and crone. His image is always seen with birds of prey such as the hawk or falcon. HENWEN : Anglo-Celtic. She is honored at. – Dog Goddess who was the patron deity of sea traders, perhaps an image derived from Sirius (The Dog Star, which was once an important navigational star. Depicted as having a human body and jackal head, with the sacred caduceus that belonged to the Greek god Hermes, he represented the Egyptian priesthood. Goddess who ruled over magical boats and had a weakness for sleeping with High Kings at Tara. Represents a personal or mascot deity to Ossian. of Scotland, although in northern Irish legends, she appears as a maiden Goddess, representation of spring, the hunt and guardian of animals. – Blacksmiths, healing, prophecy, martial arts, protection, teaching. – Guardian Goddess of all sacred places such as circles or magical groves. Mother of Wayland the Smith who is a German God honored in England. Gwynn Ap Nudd ♂Location – WalesRules Over – Spirit contact, strength, passing over rituals, seasonal ritesDescription – King of the Fairies and the underworld. Tamesis ♀Location – BritainRules Over – Water magicDescription – Goddess of the River Thames, later replaced in patriarchal times by Llud, for whom Ludgate Hill in London is named. Arnamentia ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – Healing and purificationDescription – Goddess of spring waters who was once a minor solar deity. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Came down in legend as a monster or faery of the ocean. Andraste ♀Location – BritainRules Over – Overcoming enemiesDescription – War Goddess who was aroused on the eve of the battle to bring favor, and possibly ritual sacrifices were given to her. Represents the male principle of creation. Eri of the Golden Hair ♀Location – IrelandRules Over – Creation, moonDescription – Virgin Goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
Llasar Llaesgyfnewid ♂Location – WalesRules Over – Strength, past-lives, creativityDescription – Battle God who is always paired with Cymidei Cymeinfoll, his wife. Habondia ♀Location – UnknownRules Over – Seasonal harvest rites, fertility, prosperity, earth magicDescription – Goddess of abundance and prosperity who was later demoted to a mere witch in medieval English lore in order to strip her of her great power in the minds of the rural folk who depended upon her benevolence for their crops and herds. – Once a protective Mother Goddess, a defender of youth and patron of children. The spring he ruled had great healing powers. Daughter of Brugh and Elcmar. – King of the Fairies and the underworld. – Fire goddess who had a magic well that contained mighty healing powers, effective against toothache as long as the requester left a small white stone at the well to represent the decayed tooth. We hope you enjoy this website. They did not consider punishing someone after death. Rosmerta ♀Location – Celtic Gaul and Roman GaulRules Over – Healing, communicationDescription – Goddess of both Celtic and Roman Gaul. The Horned God ♂Location – UnknownGrowing things, the forest, Nature, wild animals, alertness, annihilation, fertilityDescription – Opener of the Gates of Life and Death. The New Book of Goddesses and Heroines, “Henwen”. The waters in which she governed were believed to be especially useful in controlling seizures.