One of the most captivating myths in Europe, Celtic mythology is full with adventure, courage, romance, and magic. The Celts were originally a sizable and strong people who controlled most of Europe, but following the Roman invasions they were reduced to a few small groupings. However, their mythology has persisted, partly due to the efforts of Welsh and Irish monks who recorded and repeated the tales during the Middle Ages. Many of the mythology that were told included the "Otherworld." The gods and spirits that resided in this enigmatic location had no labour to do, no death to experience, and never aged. The Celts thought that people may reach this magical location by passing through sdhe, or burial mounds, or by way of lakes or tunnels.
Mystica: Myths - Celtic
Rhiannon, the Celtic goddess of the moon was a Welch goddess. The goddess Rhiannon's name meant “Divine Queen” of the fairies. In her myths, Rhiannon was promised in marriage to an older man she found repugnant. Defying her family’s wishes that Rhiannon, like other... Read more
Image From the Crystal Wind Oracle App Available on IOS, Android and Amazon© 2010 -2024 CrystalWind.ca - Original Art by Lisa Iris - www.lisairis.ca Brigid, the Celtic goddess of fire (the forge and the hearth), poetry, healing, childbirth, and unity, is celebrated in many European countries. She is... Read more
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