Fight with the Firbolgs It was in a mist the Tuatha de Danaan, the people of the gods of Dana, or as some called them, the Men of Dea, came through the air and the high air to Ireland. It was from the north they came; and in the place they came from they had … Continue reading Gods and Fighting Men – Lady Gregory
One of the most often cited statements about Celtic gods is that we have over 300 of their names that came down on us, while we know actually almost nothing about their functions. With this statement, usually the idea is transferred that the Celts had an unbelievable large pantheon which consisted mainly of local gods … Continue reading Celtic Gods & Goddess’s.
For love of the spirit ever persisting, O Caticatona, be thou for thy servants a powerful wave, for thy servants worship thee. —Gaulish Goddess inscription [Markale, 120] Celtic deities were venerated as indwelling spirits of natural sanctuaries: the waters, rocks and peaks, groves, the land itself. A multitude of names in Roman-era inscriptions … Continue reading The Spirit Of Natural Sanctuaries
Oh Goddess, You Yourself are the Creator. Everything that happens is by Your Doing. There is no one except You. You created the creation; You behold it and understand it. Amongst all is the Light--You are that Light. By this Illumination, that Light is radiant within all. The Goddess is the Greatest of the Great. … Continue reading HYMNS TO THE ONE GODDESS
Most high, omnipotent, good Goddess, Praise, glory and honor and benediction all, are Thine. To Thee alone do they belong, most High, And all beings join hands in the circle of Thy love. Praise be to Thee, my Goddess, with all Thy creatures, Especially to my worshipful Sister Sun, Which lights up the day, and … Continue reading THE GODDESS PRAYER