Wicca celtic gods and goddesses

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wicca celtic gods and goddesses

Wicca Magical Deities: A Guide to the Wiccan God and Goddess, and Choosing a Deity to Work Magic With by Lisa Chamberlain

I usually hate History books, but not this book though i skimmed through certain god and goddesses i wasnt so keen on. Osiris and Isis to the win. And thank god for Rick Riordan, so that I actually knew what they were talking about. Cant think of a better person than Riordan to have taught me about Egyptian, Roman, Greek mythology in the most interesting way. And for all my Percy love, i thought my choice would certainly be a Greek Deity, but here iam rooting for Egyptian beliefs and all. Thats one thing about Wicca, it never forces its decisions on you, you have your own choice based on what you connect with and nothing is wrong or right. If I didnt know the path i chose was right already, maybe now I know for sure.
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Which Deity Should I Work With?? -- Connecting With Deity In Witchcraft

Many of the ancient Celtic gods and goddesses have become a part of modern god found in many traditions of modern Paganism and Wicca.
Lisa Chamberlain

Realm of History

Posted By: Dattatreya Mandal July 2, When it comes to the ancient Celts , the scope is not really about a singular group of people who dominated some specific region or realm. Instead, we are talking about a vast and variegated culture that made its presence felt all the way from the Iberian peninsula Spain and Portugal and Ireland to the frontiers of Liguria in Italy and the upper Danube. Suffice it to say, their mythology rather mirrored this multifarious scope, with various tribes, chiefdoms, and even later kingdoms having their own set of folklore and pantheons. Essentially, what we know as Celtic mythology and whom we know as Celtic gods and goddesses is borrowed from a patchwork of oral traditions and local tales that were conceived in pre-Christian Gaul France , Iberia, Britain, and Ireland. Furthermore, these regional Celtic gods had their cognates and associated deities in other Celtic cultures, with the apt example of Lugus as he was known in Gaul, and Lugh as he was known in Ireland.

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However, she features prominently in mythology and is also a creator goddess. Cerridwen, Keeper of the Cauldron Cerridwen is known in Welsh mythology as the keeper of the Cauldron of the Underworld in which knowledge and inspiration are brewed. She is considered a goddess of prophetic powers, and because her symbol is the Cauldron, she is an honored goddess in many Wiccan and Pagan traditions. Learn about the Dagda, and how he ended up making himself lose his own power. Similar in many aspects to Cernunnos, Herne is celebrated in the autumn months, when the deer go into rut.

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  1. Viviana O. says:

    The Future Lies In The Past

  2. Villette C. says:

    Wiccan Goddesses

  3. Shannon N. says:

    Wondering about some of the major deities of the ancient Celtic world?

  4. Sabrina B. says:

    Wiccan views of divinity are generally theistic , and revolve around a Goddess and a Horned God , thereby being generally dualistic.

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