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Cerridwen is the shapeshifting Celtic goddess of knowledge, transformation and rebirth. The Awen, cauldron of poetic inspiration, is her main symbol. In part of Welsh legend, she brews a potion to give to her son Morfran. She puts Gwion in charge of guarding the cauldron. Three drops of the brew fall upon his finger, blessing him with the knowledge held within. Cerridwen pursues him until, as a hen, she swallows him. Nine months later, she gives birth to Taliesen, the greatest of Welsh…

Cerridwen Goddess Cerridwen Celtic Summoning Ritual by MamiesRose on Etsy

I was looking for images of the Maiden/Mother/Crone symbol for research. This picture was just so pretty, I had to keep it somewhere.

maiden mother crone goddess Brigid is a triple goddess she is strong and wise a warrior goddess and protectress

Danu (or Anu), Mother of the Tuatha de Danaan

Top gods and goddesses from Celtic myth

Danu Celtic Mother Goddess of Abundance Cold Cast Bronze Pagan Statue

The Goddess Epona in the Spring. Epona is a Celtic Goddess, and helps to manifest dreams. She is most known for being the protector of trave...

Rhiannon was one of the Celtic Mythology`s most beloved goddesses, with a name meaning "Queen". She was recognized as the goddess of the moon, inspiration, songbirds, and horses.

Scathach (which is Gaelic for “the shadowy one”). She is a bit of a legend in Irish mythology. A Scottish Warrior and Martial arts teacher, Scathach is said to have trained the hero Cu Chulainn in combat. She is often referred to as “the Shadow” and “Warrior Maid”. Most of the accounts say she was a prophetess, a magical warrior, and a formidable enemy. She also evolved into being the Celtic Goddess of the dead, leading those killed in battle to the land of eternal youth.

Scathach (which is Gaelic for “the shadowy one”). She is a bit of a legend in…

celtic raven

Ravens figure heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death – especially the death of warriors in battle. Celtic war goddesses often took the form of a raven.

Goddess BRIGHID  Celtic Goddess Brighid Origins of Brighid: In Irish mythological cycles, Brighid (or Brighit), whose name is derived from the Celtic brig or "exalted one", is the daughter of the Dagda, and therefore one of the Tuatha de Dannan. Her two sisters were also called Brighid, and were associated with healing and crafts. The three Brighids were typically treated as three aspects of a single deity, making her a classic Celtic triple goddess.

Goddess BRIGHID Celtic Goddess Brighid Origins of Brighid: In Irish mythological…

Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Jessica Galbreth Greeting Card Arianrhod Celtic Owl NEW Fairy Faery

Goddess of Fertility Day! March Arianrhod was one of the major Celtic Goddesses, known often as the goddess of the silver wheel. Worshipped as a goddess of feminine power, fertility, and the moon, Arianrhod played a very important part in Celtic mythology

Modron : Welsh Celtic goddess of Autumn, the harvest, magic ...

Celtic Goddess Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. In Christian times she became a fairy queen.

Brighid is the Irish Goddess of Fire; honoured as the Triple Goddess, of poetic inspiration, creative work, smith craft, and healing, Brighid's mantle covers and protects the land. Brighid is also Bride, or St Bride in Scotland.

the beautiful Celtic Goddess Brighid Not Norse, but both join later in Ireland

Cerridwen, Welsh Goddess of Wisdom,  knowledge and creativity, stirs a potent magic in her bottomless cauldron. A primal force of shadow and light, her magic draught bestows inspiration upon all who seek their muse.

Cerridwen-Celtic Goddess of transformation,of prophecy and the cauldron of inspiration. Also under Welsh Goddesses.

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