Cerridwen: Keeper of the CauldronCrone of Wisdom:In Welsh legend, Cerridwen represents the crone, which is the darker aspect of the goddess. She has powers of prophecy, and is the keeper of the cauldron of knowledge and inspiration in the Underworld. As typical of Celtic goddesses, she has two children: daughter Crearwy is fair and light, but son Afagddu (also called Morfran) is dark, ugly and malevolent.The Legend of Gwion:In one part of the Mabinogion, which is the cycle of myths found in…

Cerridwen: Keeper of the CauldronCrone of Wisdom:In Welsh legend, Cerridwen represents the crone, which is the darker aspect of the goddess. She has powers of prophecy, and is the keeper of the cauldron of knowledge and inspiration in the Underworld. As typical of Celtic goddesses, she has two children: daughter Crearwy is fair and light, but son Afagddu (also called Morfran) is dark, ugly and malevolent.The Legend of Gwion:In one part of the Mabinogion, which is the cycle of myths found in…

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Cernunnos is a nature and fertility god. He best known in his Celtic aspects of the untamed Horned God of the Animals and the leaf-covered Green Man, Guardian of the Green World, but He is much older.

Cernunnos

Cernunnos is a nature and fertility god. He best known in his Celtic aspects of the untamed Horned God of the Animals and the leaf-covered Green Man, Guardian of the Green World, but He is much older.

Cerridwen - Welsh Goddess of nature, death, fertility, regeneration, magick, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, and knowledge. Cerridwen is the Keeper of the Cauldron (her cauldron is named Amen) and controls the shape-changing of humans and animals.   Other Titles: Dark Moon Goddess,   Great Mother, Goddess of Nature,   Grain Goddess

Cerridwen - Welsh Goddess of nature, death, fertility, regeneration, magick, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, and knowledge. Cerridwen is the Keeper of the Cauldron (her cauldron is named Amen) and controls the shape-changing of humans and animals. Other Titles: Dark Moon Goddess, Great Mother, Goddess of Nature, Grain Goddess

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths:  The Welsh Goddess Cerridwen releasing Spring from her cauldron.

The Goddess CEREDWEN

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: The Welsh Goddess Cerridwen releasing Spring from her cauldron.

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