Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. What a magical way of describing these stories. Travel tips and offers. Celtic mythology tells us that the Celtic goddess Cliodna was thought to b Real gemstones of such as Amethyst, Prehnite, and Lapis with freshwater pearls, crystals, glass beads, rhinestone spacer and metal Celtic beads combines to create this beautiful and unique line of jewelry inspired by the Celtic goddess… A Faery Queen of the province of Munster, She is associated with the coastline near Cork. Druid Circle – Celtic DeitiesWiki – Celtic Deities. Protectress in war and peace. ‘The Good God’. Ballads and poems were composed about him from around the end of the 15th-century, and one significantly, linked him with the Isle of Man. Branwen (Welsh) – Goddess of love and beauty. Namesake of Ireland. ‘God of the Tribe’, ‘King of the World’. She is currently hard at work on a deck of Goddess cards. ( Log Out /  Her wide and beautiful lake is located close to many sites associated with Grainne, Celtic Sun Goddess. Arawn (Welsh) – God of revenge, terror, and the Underworld (Annwn, Avalon). A Slothful Seeking of the Divine by Cynthia Garrity-Bond, Child of the Earth by Elizabeth Cunningham, When Life Hands You Lemons… by John Erickson, Poem: In These United States- The Court Supreme By Marie Cartier, FAR Project Intern Applications Due Sept. 15, 2019, St. Brigid to Brigid of Danu By Anne Fricke, Did You Know…? Linked to The Morrígan. The wheel may also refers to the oar wheel upon which she carried the dead back to her heavenly northern land, the Corona Borealis. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Like Rhiannon, Chlíodhna has three magic birds which can heal the sick with their bird song. Danu / Dana (Irish) – Goddess of the earth, rivers, wells. Leader of the Fianna warriors. Son of Ériu, husband to Brigid. As you already know, researching Celtic myths is a very confusing task, and here I am, asking for as much help as I can get. Consort of The Dagda, mother of Aengus. Her name is Sharon Blackie. The name probably derives from Manaw which was the Welsh name for the Isle of Man (in the Irish Sea). Tailtiu (Irish) – Earth goddess. 5) Mórrígan – The Mysterious Goddess of Fate. Similar to the disapproval which Rhiannon faced when she left the Otherworld to be with Pwyll, the Gods of the Otherworld did not accept Chlíodhna’s departure. Manawydan is one of the gods who takes Bran’s head to the mound under the Tower of London. Chlíodhna of the Tuatha Dé Danann, is the daughter of the Sea God Manaan Mac Lir. Exploring the F-word in religion and the intersection between scholarship, activism, and community. ( Log Out /  Involved in the Tain Bo Cuailgne (Cattle Raid of Cooley). Queen of the Faeries. ‘Young Son’. Associated with Beltane. Chlíodhna’s blessing can help with the grief of the losses you experience on your life’s journey, including the loss of a loved one who has made that passage to the Otherworld. Son of Llyr, brother of Branwen. ‘White Cow’. Teutates / Albiorix / Caturix (Gaulish) – God of war, fertility, wealth. Blodeuwedd (Welsh) – Goddess of flowers and wisdom. Fionn mac Cumhaill / Finn MacCool (Irish) – God of the woodlands. Associated with Imbolc. The Celtic pantheon can be roughly divided into the older Gaulish/Brythonic deities, mostly described by Greco-Roman sources, and the Welsh and Irish deities, found in Celtic mythology. 4) Lugus / Lugh – … ‘White Raven’. Linked to Mercury. Linked to Rhiannon. Associated with Samhain and the dark half of the year. ‘The Horned One’, ‘Herne the Hunter’, ‘The Green Man’. I also read your article on Rhiannon (and other sources on said topic) but found it rather difficult on collecting information about the birds specifically. Cliodna-Celtic Goddess of the Sea Real gemstones of such as Amethyst, Prehnite, and Lapis with freshwater pearls, crystals, glass beads, rhinestone spacer and metal Celtic beads combines to create this beautiful and unique line of jewelry inspired by the Celtic goddess, Cliodna. He is very similar to Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea. Some believe that Her birds ate golden magical apples from an apple tree with silver leaves, which brings to mind Brigid and her apple orchard in the Otherworld. ‘Divine Horse’, ‘Great Mare’. Here he is in a much more human guise but still with significant magical powers. She left the otherworldly island of Tir Tairngire (“the Land of Promise”) to be with him. heriznow & Barbara Thanks so much for reading! Goibniu (Irish), Govannon (Welsh) – God of blacksmiths, metalworking, fire, and brewing. Llew Llaw Gyffes (Welsh) – ‘The Bright Lion with the Sure Hand’. The Irish Times - 50 Greatest Irish Movies. Carries a hammer. The waves were considered his horses and his champion stallion was Enbhárr – ‘water-foam’. Macha (Irish) – Goddess of war, death, sovereignty. Poseidon (fictional ship) In the 1972 film the SS Poseidon is based on the RMS Queen Mary. She continues to be inspired by the Divine Feminine in all of Her manifestations. Chris Hemsworth Biography. In Wales, he was known as Manawyd, an artisan and crafty trickster and clearly a being of the mainland. Cerridwen / Cerridwyn (Welsh) – Goddess of fertility, rebirth, knowledge. Half-sister of King Arthur. Associated with the Otherworld and Isle of Man. Here he is described as a ‘celebrated merchant’ of the Isle of Man who travelled by studying the Heavens and who was able accurately to predict the weather by the motions of the stars. Areas of Influence: Arianrhod was the Celtic Goddess of fertility, rebirth and the weaving of cosmic time and fate.. by Tallessyn Zawn Grenfell-Lee, Privilege and Hierarchy in Community Care by Christy Croft, Feminist Parenting Part 3—Les Misérable Mothers, why is this so %$@# haaaaard?! Real gemstones of such as Amethyst, Prehnite, and Lapis with freshwater pearls, crystals, glass beads, rhinestone spacer and metal Celtic beads combines to create this beautiful and unique line of jewelry inspired by the Celtic goddess, Cliodna. Daughter of Bel and Dôn. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. ‘Great Smith’. This assertion that the Isle of Man derived its name from his is spurious. Regional deities were known throughout the Celtic regions, and usually included the deities of protection, healing, luck, and honour.