Celtic
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Medb –  Legendary Queen of Ireland
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The story of Queen Medb is one of Ireland's greatest legends. This goddess in the flesh was fierce, seductive, beautiful, and most importantly powerful. No ...

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What Is the Caim Symbol?
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Celtic culture is home to fascinating practices and symbols. One of the most prominent of these is the Caim symbol, initially cast at altars during wedding ...

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Yule Festival – Origins and Symbolism
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The time around December 21st marks the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere. It’s officially the first day of winter containing the shortest day and ...

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Lammas (Lughnasadh) – Symbols and Symbols
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The Celts had great respect for the changing of season, honoring the sun as it passed through the heavens. Along with the solstices and equinoxes, the Celts ...

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Beltane – Rituals, Symbolism and Symbols
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Beltane is an ancient festival primarily associated with the pastoral peoples of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. However, there is evidence of this ...

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Imbolc – Symbols and Symbolism
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The first signs of spring appear in February, where the deep freeze of January begins to break; snowstorms turn to rain, and the land begins to thaw with ...

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Stag Symbolism – Celtic Symbol of Power
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If you’ve ever seen a stag or deer, you’re immediately taken aback by its majesty and sophistication. This is especially true if you happen upon a male in ...

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Celtic Boar – Symbolism and Meaning
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Known to be one of the most ferocious and aggressive animals, the wild boar is native to the whole of Europe and North America. These animals are often ...

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Wheel of Taranis
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Although an important deity throughout Europe, we know very little about Taranis. However, we do know something about how the Celts viewed his symbol, the ...

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Taranis – The Celtic Wheel God
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Known by many names, Taranis was an important deity worshipped in the Bronze Age throughout most of Europe. He was originally a Celtic sky god who embodied ...