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Nemetona is the Celtic Goddess of sacred groves. She was depicted in a shrine at Bath in England. The ram and her consort are later additions from the Roman period. The three figures are the fates, over whom we cannot really hold sway. This figure is therefore a combination of Romano and British images as befitting Bath as a principle Roman city after the invasion. Nemetona holds an apple so she sits in a sacred grove with an apple offering life (and choice) to us as we experience our fates.

Nemetona is the Celtic Goddess of sacred groves. She was depicted in a shrine at Bath in England. The ram and her consort are later additions from the Roman period. The three figures are the fates, over whom we cannot really hold sway. This figure is therefore a combination of Romano and British images as befitting Bath as a principle Roman city after the invasion. Nemetona holds an apple so she sits in a sacred grove with an apple offering life (and choice) to us as we experience our fates.

Above: two examples of three mother goddesses, Celtic objects of worship from Roman times

Celtic goddesses and spirits

Above: two examples of three mother goddesses, Celtic objects of worship from Roman times

The picture shows the Celtic god as he is usually depicted, with a sledge (or long-shafted hammer), grapes and barrels. Roman villa nearTrier

The picture shows the Celtic god as he is usually depicted, with a sledge (or long-shafted hammer), grapes and barrels. Roman villa nearTrier

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ex-voto gaule - Google zoeken

Ritona, also known as Pritona, is a Celtic goddess

Ritona, also known as Pritona, is a Celtic goddess

River god Rhenus

River god Rhenus

Sirona of Hochscheid. This Gaulish goddess of health and well-being was closely associated with Apollo Grannus.

Sirona of Hochscheid. This Gaulish goddess of health and well-being was closely associated with Apollo Grannus.

Huizen in de ijzertijd al  met een kleurtje

Huizen in de ijzertijd al met een kleurtje

The Norns - Norse - govern fate, Urd - what has been, Verdandi - what is, Skuld - what is to come. They spin the threads and weave the tapestry of fate for each person's life. The length of the thread is the life span, even the Gods have their own threads but they are hidden. Everything is predetermined by destiny.

The Norns - Norse - govern fate, Urd - what has been, Verdandi - what is, Skuld - what is to come. They spin the threads and weave the tapestry of fate for each person's life. The length of the thread is the life span, even the Gods have their own threads but they are hidden. Everything is predetermined by destiny.

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