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The figure known as the Green Man is a god of vegetation and plant life. He symbolizes the life that is found in the natural plant world, and in the earth itself.
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In Irish-Celtic myth, Ogma is the god of eloquence and learning. A member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, he may be related to the Gallic god Ogmios.
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Birds of Rhiannon
In Irish and Scottish mythology, the Cailleach is a hag goddess concerned with creation, harvest, the weather and sovereignty. In partnership with the goddess Brigid, she is a seasonal goddess, seen as ruling the autumn and winter months while Brigid rules the spring and summer. § Illustration: Cailleach by Mairin-Taj Caya
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Arianrhod In Celtic Paganism
Arianrhod is a moon goddess and a star goddess. She's said to be the goddess of reincarnation and karma. Pay attention to what I state here because these are areas that she can help you with in your life. She is said to be of beauty and fertility. She has influence over your memories of your past lives so if you want to be able to remember those and want some help with that area, she just may be able to help. She is also said to have influence over general difficulties that life may throw your w
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Macha - Wikipedia
Macha (Irish pronunciation: [ˈmaxə]) is a goddess of ancient Ireland, associated with war, horses, sovereignty, and the sites of Armagh and Eamhain Mhacha in County Armagh, which are named after her.
The Dagda - Celtic Mythology –The Dagda is a father-figure (he is also known as Ollathair or "All-father") and a protector of the tribe. The Dagda, Celtic Legends, World Mythology, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Heritage, Celtic Culture
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The Dagda - Celtic Mythology –The Dagda is a father-figure (he is also known as Ollathair or "All-father") and a protector of the tribe.
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Boudicca, Warrior Queen of Britons. This brave Celtic Chieftess fought the Romans with great courage and success. She has been called the unofficial first Queen of England.
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The Goddess of the hot springs at Bath, England (the only hot springs in Britain), Sulis's name come from a root meaning "eye" or "gap", referring both to the spring from where half a million gallons of hot water still well up every day, as well as to Her powers as seeress. art by Thalia Took
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MANANNAN is the God of the Sea of the Irish Celts. He was considered one of the Tuatha De Danann, or Children of the Goddess Danu, and was the equivalant of the Welsh sea-God Manawyddan.
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Hester Cox - Sadbh In Irish Mythology Sadhbh was the mother of Oisin by Finn McCool Sadhbh was enchanted to take the form of a doe for refusing the love of Fer Doirich.