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Balor Celtic-Irish mythology, Balor is the god of death and the king of the…

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Cernunnos (also Cernenus and Cern) is a Celtic god whose representations were widespread in the ancient Celtic lands of western Europe. Cernunnos is associated with horned male animals, especially stags and the ram-horned snake; this and other attributes associate him with produce and fertility.

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Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land. They are mythological creatures found in Faroese, Icelandic, Irish, and Scottish folklore. Stories concerning selkies are generally romantic tragedies. Sometimes the human will not know that their lover is a selkie, and wakes to find them gone. In other stories the human will hide the selkie's skin, thus preventing it from returning to its seal form.

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Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions

Lugh, Celtic Deity | Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions

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Norse Gods Family Tree by humon

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God of the sea, Manannan Mac Lir predicts the weather and rules over the land of Tir-na-Nog. He possesses several objects of note including a ship without sails that follows his command, a cloak that makes him invisible, a helmet made of flames and a sword that cannot be turned from its mark. He rides over the sea in a chariot pulled by dolphins.

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Arawn….Celtic (Welsh) God of the underworld, terror, revenge, and war. Invoke during element of earth. Only when Christian conversion, did the Welsh look on the underworld as hell.

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Epona- Mother Horse Goddess of Earth. She was invoked during the equinoxes to bring about smooth passage of the seasons, reinforcing her power to deftly deal with transitions. As an Earth goddess, she's hailed for her grounding nature, particularly needed during times of crisis or flux in life. Always depicted upon a horse (a Celtic sign of fertility), Epona would also serve as the guardian of new life. She would welcome safe arrival of new babies as well as new crops. (art by Emily…

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Airmid - Celtic goddess of herbalism and the healing arts.

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