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BELTEINE, like Samhain at the opposite side of the year, saw a rise in witchcraft and safeguarding against it. Irish folklore relates that witches make great efforts to steal the milk on May morning, and if they succeed, the luck passes from the family, and the milk and butter for the whole year will belong to the fairies ... From: Celtic Mythology https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151561304151178=a.10150528912701178.392843.260446741177=1

BELTEINE, like Samhain at the opposite side of the year, saw a rise in witchcraft and safeguarding against it. Irish folklore relates that witches make great efforts to steal the milk on May morning, and if they succeed, the luck passes from the family, and the milk and butter for the whole year will belong to the fairies ... From: Celtic Mythology https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151561304151178=a.10150528912701178.392843.260446741177=1

Bean SidheThe Irish Banshee, the female who wails before the death of members of certain ancient aristocratic Irish families.If the sound of several Banshees is hard simultaneously, the soul of a great of holy person is passing over.

Sanhain Remembering the Dead - Herbal Ritual

Bean Sidhe The Irish Banshee, the Female Who Wails Before the Death of Members of Certain Ancient Aristocratic Irish Families.If the Sound of Several Banshees is Heard Simultaneously, the Soul of a Great or Holy Person is Passing Over.

Merrow- Irish myth: a benevolent mermaid race. They wear red caps or capes that if a land dwelling mortal were to steal it and hide it, the merrow would be able to stay on land with no problem. If she were to find the cap, however, she would feel irresistibly compelled to return to the water, even leaving families behind.

The Merrow is one of a race of creatures with origins in the mythology, legend and folklore of.

Deidre and Naoise, from the Ulster Cycle in Irish folklore Beautiful artwork is by Breogan

Deidre and Naoise, from the Ulster Cycle in Irish folklore Beautiful artwork is by Breogan

Banshee concept 4 by Ranoartwork on DeviantArt

Banshee or bean sidhe in Irish folklore. "A female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the underworld.

The word “leprechaun” is derived from the Irish lu chorpain, meaning “small body.” Various attributes have been used to describe leprechauns. While the origins and the history surrounding leprechauns differ, one common thread is that these creatures are surrounded in magic. Some believed leprechauns were descendents of the Goddess Danu and the Tuatha De Danaan. They inhabited Ireland long before the Celts arrived, and when the Celts did come, brandishing iron swords that could penetrate the…

Explaining the Mythical LeprechaunThe word “leprechaun” is derived from the Irish lu chorpain, meaning “small body.” Various attributes have been used to describe leprechauns. While the origins and.

11 Celtic Deities You Should Know: Brighid, Hearth Goddess of Ireland

10 Celtic Deities You Should Know

Many of the ancient Celtic gods and goddesses have become a part of modern Pagan practice. Learn more about some of the deities honored by the Celtic peoples.

The ghostly Banshee, a spirit from Irish folklore who appears as a sign that a family member will soon die.

The ghostly Banshee, a spirit from Irish folklore who appears as a sign that a family member will soon die.

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