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Scathach, Celtic Goddess of  fighting arts and prophecy. Called the Shadowy One, She Who Strikes Fear, and the Dark Goddess, she was a warrior woman and prophetess who lived in Albion, possibly on the Isle of Skye, and taught fighting arts. Variants: Scota, Scatha, Scath.

Scathach, Celtic Goddess of fighting arts and prophecy. Called the Shadowy One, She Who Strikes Fear, and the Dark Goddess, she was a warrior woman and prophetess who lived in Albion, possibly on the Isle of Skye, and taught fighting arts. Variants: Scota, Scatha, Scath.

Lugh by Ayrtha. Lugh is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is a reflex of the pan-Celtic god Lugus, and his Welsh counterpart is Lleu Llaw Gyffes, The Bright One with the Strong Hand".

Lugh by Ayrtha. Lugh is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is a reflex of the pan-Celtic god Lugus, and his Welsh counterpart is Lleu Llaw Gyffes, The Bright One with the Strong Hand".

LUGH of the Long Hand was at that time at Teamhair. He made ready Manannan's mare, the Aonbharr, at the time of the battle of the day and night.

LUGH of the Long Hand was at that time at Teamhair. He made ready Manannan's mare, the Aonbharr, at the time of the battle of the day and night.

Lugh, The most well know of the Celtic Gods, plus a collection of legends and myths from around the world.

Lugh, The most well know of the Celtic Gods, plus a collection of legends and myths from around the world.

Nantosuelta - Celtic: Nature Goddess worshipped primarily in Gaul. One of her attributes was the raven, which linked her with the Irish goddess Morrígan. The raven may also connote an association with the home, with fertility, and also with the dead. There is a water attribute associated with her. She is sometimes portrayed together with Sucellus (“Good Striker”), the Gaulish god of agriculture. ---Sarah bowman artist

Nantosuelta - Celtic: Nature Goddess worshipped primarily in Gaul. One of her attributes was the raven, which linked her with the Irish goddess Morrígan. The raven may also connote an association with the home, with fertility, and also with the dead. There is a water attribute associated with her. She is sometimes portrayed together with Sucellus (“Good Striker”), the Gaulish god of agriculture. ---Sarah bowman artist

Manannan Mac Lir - (May-nah-naun Mac Leer)   Celtic (Irish & Welsh)Patron of sailors and merchants. His famed possessions include the yellow shaft, the red javelin, the boat, the wave-sweeper, a horse called Splendid Mane, and three swords named retaliator, great fury, and little fury, the chief Irish sea God whose special retreat was the Isle of Man. In Wales his name was Manawydan Ap Llyr. He also had a suit of armor that made him invisible; and his swine kept the Tuatha de Danaan from…

Manannan Mac Lir - (May-nah-naun Mac Leer) Celtic (Irish & Welsh)Patron of sailors and merchants. His famed possessions include the yellow shaft, the red javelin, the boat, the wave-sweeper, a horse called Splendid Mane, and three swords named retaliator, great fury, and little fury, the chief Irish sea God whose special retreat was the Isle of Man. In Wales his name was Manawydan Ap Llyr. He also had a suit of armor that made him invisible; and his swine kept the Tuatha de Danaan from…

In Irish mythology, Nuada or Nuadu (modern spelling: Nuadha), known by  the epithet Airgetlám (modern spelling:  Airgeatlámh, meaning “silver hand/arm”), was the first king of the  Tuatha Dé Danann. He is cognate with the Gaulish and British god  Nodens. His Welsh equivalent is Nudd or Lludd Llaw Eraint. Nuada was king of the  Tuatha Dé Danann for seven years before they came to Ireland.

In Irish mythology, Nuada or Nuadu (modern spelling: Nuadha), known by the epithet Airgetlám (modern spelling: Airgeatlámh, meaning “silver hand/arm”), was the first king of the Tuatha Dé Danann. He is cognate with the Gaulish and British god Nodens. His Welsh equivalent is Nudd or Lludd Llaw Eraint. Nuada was king of the Tuatha Dé Danann for seven years before they came to Ireland.

Manannan mac Lir, son of the sea god Lyr, ruled Emhain ("of the Apple Trees"), the Faery land of Eternal Promise. He was a great king and a noble warrior, and drove a magical chariot over the waves. He also possessed a boat that was able to navigate itself called "Wave-Sweeper."It is said that he fathered both fairie and human children. He wrapped his adopted son Lugh in his magic cloak and whisked him off to the Otherworld where he was trained in the magical arts. It is said that it was he…

Manannan mac Lir, son of the sea god Lyr, ruled Emhain ("of the Apple Trees"), the Faery land of Eternal Promise. He was a great king and a noble warrior, and drove a magical chariot over the waves. He also possessed a boat that was able to navigate itself called "Wave-Sweeper."It is said that he fathered both fairie and human children. He wrapped his adopted son Lugh in his magic cloak and whisked him off to the Otherworld where he was trained in the magical arts. It is said that it was he…

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