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.
This is an article discussing the root meaning of an ancient symbol that has become very popular among today's New Age and Neo-Pagan communities. The Triquetra, three sections of three circles
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...
An introduction on the Celtic goddess Danu, Mother of the Fairies.
The legend of the Leprechaun. A look at the legend and myth surrounding the Leprechaun.
This article provides an overview of the current Goth craze, fad or lifestyle. But the point of the story is that Gothic people are often misunderstood. In general, they aren't vampires, cat killers or drug addicts.
The Gaelic Goddess of the Hunt, Abnoba, is honored here. She is revered as the Celtic Goddess of the Black Forest itself as well as the Goddess of Abnoba Mountain located within the Black Forest.
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.
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....
Nantosuellta, the Celts' Goddess of the Dead, is also revered as the Goddess of Nature, the Earth, Fire and Fertility. In this informative article, learn about Nantosuellta's representations in art forms around the...