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Black Magick by Jessica Galbreth

Black Magick by Jessica Galbreth

The Witching Hour by jagalbreth

The Witching Hour by jagalbreth

Faerie

Faerie

elf woman by moonlight // this could be Sina, if she had blue hair

elf woman by moonlight // this could be Sina, if she had blue hair

Brighid, one of the triple goddesses of the Celtic pantheon, was the daughter of Dagda, All Father of the ancient Tuatha de Danann people. Born at sunrise with a flame beaming from her head, she was a sun goddess, as well as fire and water, and symbolized human potential. The 19 virgin Daughters of the Flame tended her shrine at Kildare. Brighid was so loved that she was sainted and her Festival of Imbolc changed to St. Brighids Day.

Brighid, one of the triple goddesses of the Celtic pantheon, was the daughter of Dagda, All Father of the ancient Tuatha de Danann people. Born at sunrise with a flame beaming from her head, she was a sun goddess, as well as fire and water, and symbolized human potential. The 19 virgin Daughters of the Flame tended her shrine at Kildare. Brighid was so loved that she was sainted and her Festival of Imbolc changed to St. Brighids Day.

Nightfall by Jessica Galbreth

Nightfall by Jessica Galbreth

Danu or Anu. She is often seen as the mother of all gods, more specifically as the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann. She is also associated

Danu or Anu. She is often seen as the mother of all gods, more specifically as the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann. She is also associated

NEW A4 "Morrigan and Ravens" and "Morrigan" Prints

NEW A4 "Morrigan and Ravens" and "Morrigan" Prints

La Fée Morganne - (c) Zéphyr d'Elph

La Fée Morganne - (c) Zéphyr d'Elph

morigan dans l'alchimiste

morigan dans l'alchimiste

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