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Arawn – The Welsh God of the Afterlife

According to Welsh mythology, Arawn is the ruler of the realm of Annwn, or Otherworld - the idyllic resting place of the deceased. As a responsible guardian ...

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Celtic Horned God Cernunnos – History and Symbolism

In Celtic mythology, Cernunnos was the Horned God who ruled over wild beasts and places. He’s most commonly associated with forests, wild animals, ...

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Rhiannon – The Welsh Horse Goddess

Rhiannon, also known as Great Queen and White Witch, is an inspiring character in Celtic mythology, who possesses deep magic and can manifest her desires ...

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Brigid – Irish Goddess (Symbolism and Significance)

Brigid is an Irish goddess of spring, renewal, fertility, poetry, battle, and crafts. She’s a solar goddess and is often visualized with rays of light ...

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Cerridwen – The Welsh Goddess and Enchantress

In the Celtic-Welsh lore, Cerridwen was a powerful enchantress with incredible magical talents. She possessed the gifts of Awen - poetic wisdom, ...

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Spiral Goddess – What This Symbol Really Means

Just like images of the Venus of Willendorf and Michelangelo’s Pieta, renderings of the Spiral Goddess resonate with women in a primal sense. It’s clear ...

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Five-Fold Symbol – Meaning and Symbolism

The five-fold symbol is an integral part of Celtic mythology and spiritual beliefs. It’s also known as the Borromean Cross (not to be confused with the ...

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