Rhiannon is a welsh goddess whose name means divine queen of the fairies. The story of the Celtic goddess reminds us of the healing power of humour, tears and forgiveness. She is the goddess of movement and change, yet is steadfast and comforts us in time
natasailincic: “ Huginn and Muninn, Thought and Memory, Odin’s crows. They flew over the world and returned in the evening to Odin. One should never return without the other, the consequence being a society ruled by memory without thought, or thought.
Blodeuwedd (Welsh goddess), The goddess of wisdom, lunar mysteries and initiations. She was turned into an owl for being unfaithful (her sacred bird which is known as an outcast among birds). Blodeuwedd is connected with death and reincarnation.
The Welsh Dragon – ("the red dragon") – appears on the national flag of Wales. The flag is also called Y Ddraig Goch. The oldest recorded use of the dragon to symbolise Wales is in the Historia Brittonum, written around AD but it is popularly suppose
The Goddess Rhiannon is a prominent figure in Welsh mythology. She is probably a reflex of the Celtic Great Queen goddess Rigantona and may also be associated with the horse goddess Epona. Named my daughter after her.
Elemiah is one of eight angels who bear the name Shemhamphorae, the mystical name for God. Elemiah is a protective angel over maritime journeys and voyages. The guardian of those journeying across water, Elemiah is also is a Seraphim of the Tree of Life.
A favorite book - recommend to anyone interested in Celtic Lore (specific to the Welsh region), Fairy Lore, and Arthurian legend. Alan Lee ~ The Mabinogion ~ Medieval Welsh Tales translated by Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones ~ Dragon’s Dream ~ 1982