Mullo

Mullo (1)

ORIGIN:

Celtic

Mullo is a Celtic deity who was once very popular in what is now northwestern France, especially Brittany. He is a spirit of healing whose specialty was eye ailments. His shrines included therapeutic baths. The Romans identified him with Mars. The meaning of his name is now either unknown or may indicate a link to mules, as Mullo is Latin for “mule.”

SACRED SITES:

Mullo had shrines in Allonnes (Sarthe), Crâon, and Rennes, France.

OFFERINGS:

Coins, ex-votos (milagros), especially in the shape of eyes

SEE ALSO:

Mars

SOURCE:

Encyclopedia of Spirits: The Ultimate Guide to the Magic of Fairies, Genies, Demons, Ghosts, Gods & Goddesses – Written by : Judika Illes Copyright © 2009 by Judika Illes.

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