Irish, Celtic Pagan Goddess & Gods Assorted Card Set, Assorted Notecards (5 cards) - Series 1 of 2

Irish, Celtic Pagan Goddess & Gods Assorted Card Set, Assorted Notecards (5 cards) - Series 1 of 2


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Unveil the mystical allure of Celtic Pagan mythology with our assorted card set, adorned with captivating depictions of deities. From the mighty Dagda to the enigmatic Morrigan, the radiant Brigid to the mysterious Neit—each card introduces a divine presence. With blank interiors, these cards offer a canvas for your personal messages.

Bilé: consort of Danu, he is the god of the dead and the father of gods and humanity.

Brigid: also known as Brigit, Brighid, or Brig, she is a member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, daughter of Dagda, and the wife of Bres. She is associated with wisdom, poetry, healing, protection, and domesticated animals. She is also known as "The Exalted One". In pagan lore, she is associated with Imbolc - a feast marking the beginning of spring and rebirth. Interestingly, some lore indicates they would look to see if serpents or badgers left their dens, which may have influenced Groundhog's Day.

Neit: also known as Net or Neith is the Irish god of war. Neit was the husband of Nemain and Badb (the Morrigan) and the uncle of Dagda. He was considered the father of the Fomorians, a race of malicious giants, but appears to have shifted his alliance to the Tuatha Dé Danann.

The Morrigan: a triple deity of sisters known as "the three Morrígna" (Badb, Macha, and the Morrigan who may have been Anand). The Morrigan is a shapeshifter who foretold doom, death, or victory in battle, often as a crow or raven. She is known by other names such as "Great Queen" or "Phantom Queen" and was known instill bravery in warriors while striking fear into the hearts of opposing warriors. She is aligned with the Tuatha Dé Danann. She is often associated with Samhain - a festival marking the end of harvest or summer.

Dagda: the chief god of the Tuatha Dé Danann, Dagda is affiliated with druidry, manliness, agriculture, fertility, magic, and wisdom. He is an important figure in Samhain during which time he is said to have sex with the Morrigan to guarantee fertility and prosperity of the tribe. He is the father of Brigid, the brother of Lugh, son of Danu. He is said to have a bottomless cauldron that could feed all and a club that could kill 9 men with one blow, but whose handle could bring someone back to life.

- 4.25" x 5.5"
- Envelopes included
- 1 of 2 multipack cards in this series

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