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Stephen Reid, “Macha Curses the Men of Ulster,” from Eleanor Hull’s The Boys’ Cuchulainn, 1904 “Macha, daughter of Ernmas, of the T...

Legend DFM Kwai Shing (from Celtic legend) East Wind Technique: Acrylic on board, combined with pigment Acrylic and Pigment on Board

The Cauldron of Ceredwen.

Discordia is the Roman Goddess of Discord and Strife. The Roman equivalent of the Greek Goddess Eris, Discordia was a follower of Bellona, the Goddess of War. Virgil, in The Aeneid, describes her as having snakelike hair that she holds back with bloody ribbons.

Selene, daughter of Hyperion, the sister of Helios (the sun) and Eos (the dawn), is mainly known for being the Titaness of the moon, though she is also known as a deity presiding over the night, ocean tides, magic, childbirth, dew, lunacy, nursing, and the months. Mainly worshipped in the Peloponnese, a large peninsula situated in southern Greece including Arcadia, Elis, Corinth, Achaea, Thrace and Argos. (Roman, Luna)

Celtic Tree of Life - Today, the term Celtic is generally used to describe the languages and respective cultures of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Brittany, also known as the Six Celtic Nations. These are the regions where four Celtic languages are still spoken to some extent as mother tongues. The four are Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, and Breton.

MACHA ~ Goddess of Sovereignty. She is a Triple Goddess Morrigan associated with the goddess of war and peace. Macha was also a leader of wisdom, physical strength, sexuality, fertility, and mastery over men.