MANANNAN MAC LIR the Irish God of the Sea, fertility and eather. The son of Llyr, he is often depicted riding a chariot across the waves. Husband to Fand, he was the foster father of many gods, including Lugh. His Welsh counterpart is Manawyddan.
Blodeuwedd is the Welsh Goddess of spring created from flowers, and the wife of Lleu, son of Arianrhod.She represents temporary beauty and the bright blooming that must come full circle through death: She is the promise of autumn visible in spring.
Brigid In Irish mythology (a subset of Gaelic myth, within Celtic myth) Brigid was the daughter of the Dagda, who existed as a father figure and protector of the Tuatha Dé Danann, a group of people said to have been the fifth to settle Ireland.