Freyr

The name, Freyr, translates to Lord. Many sources say his real name was Yngvi, with Freyr a designated title. His benevolence particularly manifested itself as sexual and ecological fertility, bountiful harvests, wealth and peace. His father was Njord, and his mother was Njord’s sister, Nerthus. Freyr himself has been the Read more…

Ọya

Oyá is the powerful Yorùbá Orisha Goddess of weather, especially tornadoes, lightning, destructive rainstorms, fire, female leadership, persuasive charm, and transformation. She can manifest as winds ranging from the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone. She goes forth during thunderstorms, destroying buildings, ripping up trees, and blowing things Read more…

Brigid

Brigid (Goddess)     Group: Celtic Associations: Fertility, Healing, Poetry, Smithcraft, the Spring, Womanhood, Domesticated Animals, Wisdom, Warfare, Hearth, Hidden Knowledge First Age Incarnation: Rowan Finnegan Second Age Incarnation: ??? Third Age Incarnation: Viviane Accylon Fourth Age Incarnation: ??? Fifth Age Incarnation: Brigid Dé Danann Sixth Age Incarnation: Brigid Dé Danann (lived into Read more…

Lugh

Lugh (God)     Group: Celtic Associations: The Sun, Skill, Crafts, Art, Oaths, Truth, Law, Magic, Warriors, Sovereignty, Kinship Signature Weapon: Lugh’s Flaming Spear     First Age Incarnation: Aiden Finnegan Second Age Incarnation: ??? Third Age Incarnation: Merdyn Gilyard Fourth Age Incarnation: ??? Fifth Age Incarnation: Lugh Samildánach Sixth Age Read more…

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