Oonagh, the Goddess of the Fae: Oonagh’s themes are fairies, nature, devotion and relationships. Her symbols are all fairy plants, silver and dew. This ancient Irish Queen of the Fairies is also a potent Goddess of magic. In Irish legends, Oonagh is a faithful wife and the most beautiful of all Goddesses, having long silky hair and a robe of silver and dew.
Raven is also the totem of the pan-Celtic Sorceress/Goddess Morgan le Fay, who was also called the Queen of Faeries. In some tales, she is 'keeper' of the Sidhe, or Fey, who were a race who are legend to take the form of ravens.