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Aislinn Offline




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24.09.2004 12:51
RE: What Celtic Diety are you? antworten

[tabel]Take the quiz: "What Celtic Diety are you?"

The Triple Goddess
(Pan-Celtic) The Triple Goddess is known and worshipped in Pagan cultures the world over. She is eternal, yet always changing. Like the moon which represents her, she shows a different face throughout her eternal cycle, yet she is always the same moon. At once she's the Maiden, Mother, and Crone, the creatrix who births all things into being, who devours all at its ending, and who provides life anew when the cycle begins again.Many different colors are attributed to her, but in Celtic Paganism they are white for the Maiden, red for the Mother, and black for the Crone. Throughout the Celtic lands many ancient remnants of her preeminence remain. One of the best examples survives at Corleck, County Cavan, Ireland, where an ancient and weathered stone is carved with three faces. Each face looks out to a different direction[/tabel]

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24.09.2004 13:07
#2 RE: What Celtic Diety are you? antworten

Your Results:
Arawen
(Welsh)He was the King of the Underworld. His name means means silver-tongued. King of Hell, God of Annwn. Arawn, like most Otherworld Gods, was a master hunter who rode a pale horse and rode with a pack of white hounds with red ears. The archetypal purpose of the hunt was to gather souls for the Otherworld if the quarry was not smart enough to evade the chase. Arawn possessed a magickal cauldron of regeneration, later captured by King Arthur. He bestowed on Pwyll the title Penn Annwn for his assistance and loyalty in time of need.

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24.09.2004 21:04
#3 RE: What Celtic Diety are you? antworten

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Cernunnos
(Pan-Celtic) [KER-noo-nos] Known to all Celtic areas in one form or another. The Horned God; God of Nature; God of the Underworld and the Astral Plane; Great Father.The Druids knew him as Hu Gadarn, The Horned God of fertility. He was portrayed sitting in a lotus position with horns or antlers on his head, long curling hair, a beard, naked, and sometimes holding a spear and shield.

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25.09.2004 08:17
#4 RE: What Celtic Diety are you? antworten

The Triple Goddess
(Pan-Celtic) The Triple Goddess is known and worshipped in Pagan cultures the world over. She is eternal, yet always changing. Like the moon which represents her, she shows a different face throughout her eternal cycle, yet she is always the same moon. At once she's the Maiden, Mother, and Crone, the creatrix who births all things into being, who devours all at its ending, and who provides life anew when the cycle begins again.Many different colors are attributed to her, but in Celtic Paganism they are white for the Maiden, red for the Mother, and black for the Crone. Throughout the Celtic lands many ancient remnants of her preeminence remain. One of the best examples survives at Corleck, County Cavan, Ireland, where an ancient and weathered stone is carved with three faces. Each face looks out to a different direction

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