Celtic Mythology

Abnoba

Abnoba Origin: Celtic Abnoba is the Goddess of the Black Forest, now in modern Germany, a region with many therapeutic ...
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Andraste

Andraste Origin: Celtic Andraste is invoked for courage, luck, safety, and victory in battle. Her name may mean “invincible,” “unconquerable,” ...
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Arnemetia

Arnemetia Lady of the Grove; She Who Dwells by the Sacred Grove Origin: Celtic Arnemetia is the goddess of the ...
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Artio

Artio Origin: Celtic Artio is a bear goddess and guardian of bears. Her very name means “Bear.” Although now most ...
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Aveta

Aveta Origin: Celtic Aveta is a mysterious Celtic goddess about whom little information survives. Archaeological evidence indicates that her shrine ...
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Belenus

Belenus The Brilliant One Origin: Celtic Feast: 1 May Belenus is the Latinized name of the Celtic deity called Bel ...
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Brigantia

Brigantia was the presiding spirit of the Brigantes, the most populous Celtic tribe of Britain. They ruled a broad swathe ...
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Cernunnos

Cernunnos The Horned God of the Celts, associated with the hunt and with fertility. He was sometimes portrayed with serpent's ...
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Cerridwen

Ceridwen (Cerridwen, Keridwen) (white, blessed) In Celtic mythology, a British fertility goddess; the shape-shifting daughter of Ogyrven; wife of Tegid ...
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Coventina

Coventina is a water spirit presiding over the Carrawburgh River, Northumberland, once the Roman settlement of Brocolitia. She heals illness, ...
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Grannus

Grannus Origin: Celtic Grannus is a healing spirit associated with therapeutic springs. Roman historian Dio Cassius, who lived in the ...
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Nantosuelta

Nantosuelta The Meandering Stream; The Winding River Origin: Celtic Nantosuelta is a mysterious goddess of fertility and abundance who was ...
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Nehalennia

Nehalennia Origin: Celtic On 4 April 1970, fishermen, working off Colijnsplaat, an estuary of Holland’s East Scheldt River, recovered three ...
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Nodens

Nodens - The Cloud Maker; He Who Bestows Wealth Nodens is a spirit of healing and the sea. Little is ...
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Nudd

Nudd (silver hand) In Celtic mythology, a sea god and king of the Tuatha de Danann (people of the goddess ...
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Orcabella

This goddess with the wonderful name is an ancient spirit of Galicia, now in Spain but once an ancient Celtic ...
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Rosmerta

Rosmerta The Great Provider Origin: Celtic Rosmerta is a goddess of abundance, well-being, prosperity, peace, and plenty. She is a ...
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Sequana

Sequana Origin: Celtic Sequana, Goddess of France’s Seine River, held court at a healing shrine at the river’s source, established ...
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Sirona

Dirona (Sirona) In Celtic mythology, a mother goddess who appears to be identical with the goddess known elsewhere as Divona ...
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Sulis

Sulis Origin: Celtic Sulis is the presiding goddess of the natural hot springs of Bath, England. The springs and town ...
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