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Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions…….   this is the Horned God

Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions

Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions: Cernunnos, the Horned God

Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty.

Celtic Goddess Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. In Christian times she became a fairy queen.

Irish Mythology: Cian and Eithne More

Irish Mythology: Cian and Eithne More

Imbolc: Facts, Dates, Traditions, and Rituals - Also called Brigid's Day, Imbolc honors the Celtic goddess of fire, fertility, midwifery and the young. Many Pagans will pay tribute to Brigid by arranging an altar and 'invoking' the goddess through prayer

Imbolc 2014: Traditions And Rituals To Know

pagan fertility Also called Brigid's Day, Imbolc honors the Celtic goddess of fire, fertility, midwifery and the young. Many Pagans will pay tribute to Brigid by arranging an altar and 'invoking' the goddess through prayer.

Arianrhod is a moon goddess and a star goddess. She's said to be the goddess of reincarnation and karma.

Arianrhod In Celtic Paganism. Arianrhod (Welsh) - Goddess of fertility, rebirth and the weaving of cosmic time and fate. Her name means “silver wheel,” representing the cycles of life. Other spellings of her name include Aranhod and Arianrod.

old man and the lake by Cephalopodwaltz on DeviantArt

The Irish god, Nechtan, possessed the secret "Well of Wisdom," the holy well of knowledge. Only he was allowed to draw water from it. Nine hazel trees (associated w/ wisdom) grew around the well. Five salmon lived in the well

It also appears as an impetus to quest--the white stag or hart often appears in the forests around King Arthur's court, sending the knights off on to adventure against gods and fairies.

White deer hold a place in the mythology of many cultures. Celtic people considered them to be messengers from the other world, and other pre-Indo-European cultures, especially in the north.

A richly symbolic image depicting the Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne or Cernunnoss in passionate embrace with his consort, The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is generally associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’ of all life on Earth. The forest needs animals to spread seeds and pollinate flowers, and animals need forest to provide food/shelter. As such, neither can survive without the other. By Beau Raven: http://www.redbubble.com/people/beauravn/works/437481

this could be one of the most amazing Lover cards I have seen so far! Cerne and The Goddess by Beau Ravn

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