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.The triple spiral; a representation of the three stges in a woman's life. (the maiden, the wife, and the crone)

Celtic Goddess Danu (Also known as Anu), mother goddess of the Irish pantheon.

Venus, Buddah, Sun & Moon (in Glastonbury)

"Once you are in it [true awareness], you will find that you love what you see, whatever may be its nature. This choiceless love is the touchstone of awareness.


The Hermetic Library Ishtar Angel Caduceus Statue

Cerridwen - Goddess of transformation, death, magic, regeneration, the Welsh Goddess of the Sacred Cauldron of inspiration, a powerful symbol of transforming magic for it is said to contain all of the knowledge of the world.

Cerridwen-Celtic Goddess of transformation,of prophecy and the cauldron of inspiration. Also under Welsh Goddesses.


Cernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the "horned god" of Celtic polytheism. Cernunnos - by Robert Clarke


Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions

Danu is the Mother Goddess of the Tuatha de Danann and one of the most well known of the Irish . She is said to have given birth to many other Irish Gods and Goddesses and is therefore the high Mother Goddess over the others.

Triple Goddess Statue-Maiden, Mother & Crone Statue by Mickie Mueller

This deeply symbolic Triple Goddess Pagan Statuary truly depicts the cycles of life, nature and the basis of the seasons. The Triple Goddess represents the divine feminine's connection to the cycles o