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  • myberndpulch
    12.06.2021 - 58 minutes ago

    Saturday Night Live - Video - Celtic Woman

    Saturday Night Live – Video – Celtic Woman

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  • celtic-cd-releases
    12.06.2021 - 2 hours ago
    #folk music #celtic folk music
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  • pixxiiee-the-witch
    12.06.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Celtic Deities

    Alator - The Celtic god Alator was associated with Mars, the Roman war god. His name is said to mean "he who nourishes the people". Albiorix - The Celtic god Albiorix was associated with Mars as Mars Albiorix. Albiorix is the "king of the world." Belenus - Belenus is a Celtic god of healing, worshiped from Italy to Britain. The worship of Belenus was linked with the healing aspect of Apollo. The etymology of Beltaine may be connected with Belenus. Belenus is also written: Bel, Belenos, Belinos, Belinu, Bellinus, and Belus. Borvo - Borvo (Bormanus, Bormo) was a Gallic god of healing springs whom the Romans associated with Apollo. He is depicted with helmet and shield. Bres - Bres was a Celtic fertility god, the son of the Fomorian prince Elatha and the goddess Eriu. Bres married the goddess Brigid. Bres was a tyrannical ruler, which proved his undoing. In exchange for his life, Bres taught agriculture and made Ireland fertile. Brigantia - British goddess connected with river and water cults, equated with Minerva, by the Romans and possibly linked with the goddess Brigit. Brigit - Brigit is the Celtic goddess of fire, healing, fertility, poetry, cattle, and patroness of smiths. Brigit is also known as Brighid or Brigantia and in Christianity is known as St. Brigit or Brigid. She is compared with the Roman goddesses Minerva and Vesta. Ceridwen - Ceridwen is a Celtic shape-shifting goddess of poetic inspiration. She keeps a cauldron of wisdom. She is the mother of Taliesin. Cernunnos - Cernunnos is a horned god associated with fertility, nature, fruit, grain, the underworld, and wealth, and especially associated with horned animals like the bull, stag, and a ram-headed serpent. Cernunnos is born at the winter solstice and dies at the summer solstice. Julius Caesar associated Cernunnos with the Roman Underworld god Dis Pater.

    Epona - Epona is a Celtic horse goddess associated with fertility, a cornucopia, horses, asses, mules, and oxen who accompanied the soul on its final journey. Uniquely for the Celtic goddesses, the Romans adopted her and erected a temple to her in Rome.

    Esus - Esus (Hesus) was a Gallic god named along with Taranis and Teutates. Esus is linked with Mercury and Mars and rituals with human sacrifice. He may have been a woodcutter.

    Latobius - Latobius was a Celtic god worshipped in Austria. Latobius was a god of mountains and sky equated with the Roman Mars and Jupiter.

    Lenus - Lenus was a Celtic healing god sometimes equated with the Celtic god Iovantucarus and the Roman god Mars who in this Celtic version was a healing god.

    Lugh - Lugh is a god of craftsmanship or a solar deity, also known as Lamfhada. As leader of theT uatha De Danann, Lugh defeated the Fomorians at the Second Battle of Magh.

    Maponus - Maponus was a Celtic god of music and poetry in Britain and France, sometimes associated with Apollo.

    Medb - Medb (or Meadhbh, Méadhbh, Maeve, Maev, Meave, and Maive), goddess of Connacht and Leinster. She had many husbands and figured in the Tain Bo Cuailgne (Cattle Raid of Cooley). She may have been a mother goddess or historical.

    Morrigan – Morrigan is a Celtic goddess of war who hovered over the battlefield as a crow or raven. She has been equated with Medh. Badb, Macha, and Nemain may have been aspects of her or she was part of a trinity of war goddesses, with Badb and Macha. The hero Cu Chulainn rejected her because he failed to recognize her. When he died, Morrigan sat on his shoulder as a crow. She is usually referred to as "the Morrigan".

    Nehalennia - Nehalennia was a Celtic goddess of seafarers, fertility, and abundance.

    Nemausicae - Nemausicae was a Celtic mother goddess of fertility and healing.

    Nerthus - Nerthus was a Germanic fertility goddess mentioned in Tacitus' Germania.

    Nuada - Nuada (Nudd or Ludd) is the Celtic god of healing and much more. He had an invincible sword that would cut his enemies in half. He lost his hand in battle which meant that he was no longer eligible to rule as king until his brother made him a silver replacement. He was killed by the god of death Balor.

    Saitada - Saitada was a Celtic goddess from the Tyne Valley in England whose name may mean "goddess of grief."

    Information found on: https://www.thoughtco.com/celtic-gods-and-goddesses-117625

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  • birdsofrhiannon
    12.06.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Macha by Lisa Raye

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  • forfeda-project
    12.06.2021 - 4 hours ago

    "Be a listener in the forest, be a watcher on the plain, for you do not know - and this is important - whether your enemy lies in wait for you."

    Acallam Na Senórach, or The Tales of the Elders of Ireland, is the primary text for the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology, which details the adventures and exploits of the warrior-poet Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his warband, the Fianna.

    In an episode near the beginning of the text, we are introduced to Mac Lugach, Fionn's grandson and fellow Fiann warrior. A cruel and impetuous youth, Mac Lugach causes distress and division among the other members of the Fianna, who urge Fionn to set the boy straight. What follows is an account of Fionn's advice to his grandson, which takes the form of a series of proverbs, encouraging generosity, fair treatment of others, personal integrity, and constant vigilance - including a warning for Mac Lugach to keep his ears and eyes open for enemies, wherever they may be hiding.

    This design features a line from Fionn's warning imposed over the image of a wolf's skull and a pair of antlers, pierced by an arrow and entwined with sprigs of oat and Kerry lily. Though the stories of Fionn are the stuff of legend, the institution of the Fianna - roving bands of landless warrior youths living off the Irish landscape - appears to have been historical. They were closely associated with both wolves and deer, as the warriors were said to fashion themselves after wolves in their hairstyles and raiding behavior, and the word Fianna is itself the plural of the Irish "fia," meaning "deer."

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  • taleofnine
    12.06.2021 - 6 hours ago

    very annoyed that american white supremacist weirdos have ruined celtic design/imagery tattoos for actual celts

    #I would really love a Celtic wolf design tattoo to honour both my heritage and my love of wolves lol but the association there is strong #I might get a like vague Celtic one but it’s just kinda ruined #anyways to all white supremacist yanks that use the Irish as an excuse to be racist: choke #Emma talks
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  • pagan-sanctum
    12.06.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Today’s Pagan Chats Prompt

    Do you feel comfortable talking about your practice with others? How much are you willing to share?

    - Submitted by member 

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  • irregularjohnnywiggins
    12.06.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Been getting more and more into Scion again lately, and got the fan-made supplements Nemetondevos: Revised and Lebor Óe In Dea, for the ‘Celtic’ and Irish pantheons respectively.

    Haven’t gotten around to Lebor yet, but Nemetondevos: Revised is amazing quality for a 36 page supplement, would easily be worth any amount of money the author asked for it, and just increases my need to play a purely Celtic/Arthurian game of Scion.

    #scion rpg #tuatha de danann #nemetondevos #now I'm just waiting patiently on the Arthurian supplement coming out #and then on the inevitable Revised thing by this guy fixing whatever Onyx Path got wildly wrong about Welsh mythology #irish mythology#celtic mythology
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  • teatitty
    12.06.2021 - 8 hours ago

    All my fics that take place in the actual FGO timeline have a specific order as to which Servants were summoned to Chaldea first and out of The Celtic Circle the order was: Medb and Cu Chulainn (the exact same time but in different rooms), Fionn and Diarmuid (same day, few hours between), Fergus, Scathach

    #the celtic circle #medb and cu were first cuz i wanted #the fujimaru twins to bear witness #to cu trying to snipe medb on sight out of sheer habit alone #and medb weaving outta the way just 'NOT THIS TIME MOTHERFUCKER' #fergus brought a surprising amount of normalcy with him lol
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  • sidereusimber
    12.06.2021 - 11 hours ago
    @nanny-astoreth
    can I ask you if you have a book recommendation to learn about Egyptian and Norse mythology? and any other to be honest

    Heyy,

    I'm always ready to recommend books so thanks for this.

    So I'd recommend all of Rick Riordan's books as they got me into mythology and specifically, I'd say "Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard" for Norse mythology and "The Kane chronicles" for Egyptian mythology.

    Other books (more educational):

    Egyptian mythology
    1. The complete gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt by Richard H. Wilkinson
    2. Tales of ancient Egypt by Roger Lancelyn Green
    Norse mythology
    1. Norse mythology by Neil gaiman
    2. The saga of the volsungs translated by Jackson crawford

    Aaand a few more (both educational and fictional)

    - Celtic Myths and Legends by Peter Berresford Ellis
    - The Book of Yōkai: Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore by Michael Dylan Foster
    - Mythos by Stephen Fry
    - Circe by Madeline Miller
    - The Song Of Achilles by Madeline Miller
    - Where the Wild Ladies Are by Aoko Matsuda

    (p.s. my dms are open if anyone wants the links to any of these books)

    #whew this turned out longer than i expected #sorry for the late reply im still figuring out how tumblr works #is this how you do it #books#book recommendations#book reccs#mythology#greek mythology#egyptian gods#norse gods#japanese mythology#celtic mythology #@nanny-astoreth
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  • yearslateforyugiohshippings
    12.06.2021 - 17 hours ago
    #yugioh#runeshipping #dark magician x celtic guardian #writing#dark magician#celtic guardian #I'm not good at writing #but take it anyways #english isn't my first language #and I've got problems with trying to write the same as I would write in german #it doesn't work well #x')
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  • cherryredlips
    11.06.2021 - 18 hours ago

    Revenge For Panenka

    On this the opening day of the 2020 European Championships I’ve written this poem to commemorate the 60th birthday of the tournament. I’ve given it the title It’s that Panenka penalty in 76 when he chipped it in to the net for Czechoslovakia’s greatest success creating an unforgettable memory commentators called sublime yet when Eddy did the same in the Scottish Cup final their successors…

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  • forfeda-project
    11.06.2021 - 18 hours ago

    In the Metrical Dindshenchas, an ancient collection of Irish placename lore, there exists a strange story detailing how the Berba (the Barrow River) got its name. In the prose version of the tale, a figure name Méiche, a son of the Morrígan, had three hearts, and each heart contained a serpent. If allowed to grow, these serpents would lay waste to Ireland and consume all life upon it. Dian Cécht, physician of the Tuatha Dé, slays Méiche and cuts out his hearts, burning them to ashes, along with the deadly serpents. He then scatters the ashes in the Berba, which causes the waters to bubble up and all the life in the river to die, thus why the river has been called "Berba" ("boiling") ever since. The design of this piece was inspired by ornaments found in the Book of Kells, which is renown for its complex and intricate illustrations, often depecting different kinds of animals. Where the hearts meet in the center, they take the shape of a triskelion, a type of three-armed spiral featured in Neolithic and Iron Age Celtic art.

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  • yearslateforyugiohshippings
    11.06.2021 - 20 hours ago

    I have things I never posted here!?

    Last year I wrote on a Runeshipping fantasy fanfic and was really into it. Today I decided to pick it up again and scrolled through my ygo twitter to find the post and came across these small things. 

    I’ll also post the fic after reading and correcting it a bit again in chapters on AO3 probably. And I hope I can go on writing, but I simply stopped mid-dialoque for no reason at all x’)

    Fanfic ship dynamic is mostly simply ‘he smol - he tall’ and it’s pretty stupid, but DM is a smug ass with a shady past in it and I love writing him. CG is just mostly grumpy and the good guy who just happen to stumble into DMs affairs.

    #yugioh#runeshipping #dark magician x celtic guardian #own art
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  • baronmaymystery
    11.06.2021 - 23 hours ago

    Paul Silas rebounded, played defense and, most importantly, won. His first season with the Celtics, they went 68-14, and won two world championships in his four seasons with them.

    The Celtics traded Silas after the ‘75-’76 season, then did not win another title until 1981 (Larry Bird). Silas played with Seattle in ‘77-’78, and Seattle got to its first NBA Finals that year, then won its only ring in ‘79.

    I don’t believe in coincidences.

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  • celtichammerclub
    11.06.2021 - 23 hours ago

    If you’re looking for something really unique and different for Father’s Day these 750ml stoneware bottles will be it. Not plastic, not stainless steel, these are stoneware bottles that are very difficult to find in the USA, PLUS they all have my original artwork actually CARVED into the glaze. Not painted, not a decal, carved. These are glazed with a rustic brown matte color. They are functional and food safe. You can’t find anything like this anywhere else, and I guarantee you the fathers in your lives have never seen anything like it. celtichammerclub.com ➖ #celtichammerclub #norse #nordic #viking #vikings #celt #celtic #irish #scottish #uniquegifts #giftideas #fathersday #fathersdaygifts #giftsforhim https://www.instagram.com/p/CP_a29ynLS4/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • unityghost
    11.06.2021 - 23 hours ago

    Just doing some casual reading; don't mind me!

    (From "The Mysterious, Magickal Cat" by D.J. Conway)

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