Celtic Paganism & Druidism
Celtic triangle, triquetra, triad and triagular knot. The symbolism of the knot, what the triquetra means, where it is found and how to draw a Celtic triangular knot.
As a child, did you climb trees? Did you build tree forts? Did you play hide and seek, cleverly using the nearest, large pine in which to hide? Trees possess a magical quality for children, as well as for adults...most...
Were the legendary Tuatha De Danann of Celtic Mythology from Hollow Earth, where did they come from and where did they go, learn more in this article.
Brigid was an Irish, Celtic Goddess who was worshipped as the one who could aid people in survival against all odds. When Christianity came to Ireland, she was somehow able to become both St. Brigid, and also maintain...
In this article, we will learn about specific offerings to the Celtic gods and goddesses that were used in ancient Celtic times and that can be used today. Feel free to modify it to make it right for you and your...
A beautiful and strong Welsh Celtic Goddess, Rhiannon. A tale of a horse goddess and an inspirational tale of strength and faith.
Originally revered as the Goddess of Love and Light, Aine is also celebrated as the Queen of the Elves. She is also known as the Lady of the Lake, the Goddess of the Earth and Nature and the Goddess of Luck and Magick....
The United Kingdom is the heartland of the Celtic people. From myths and legends come many amazing Gods and Goddesses. Here we meet three very different gods from England Ireland and Wales.
The legend of the Leprechaun. A look at the legend and myth surrounding the Leprechaun.
There are dozens of Celtic goddesses. Celtic history and lore is entangled by a lack of written documentation. Here is a list defining Celtic goddesses in terms of modern paganism.
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