Celtic Immortals 101

Resources and links to information on immortals from various cultures.
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Celtic Immortals 101

Postby Nephret » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:07 pm

http://www.angelfire.com/wizard/celticdeities/

This is not all of them, but most of the memorable ones.

There are all of Irish and Welsh descent and it also goes over basic legend of the gods and goddesses as well.


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Re: Celtic Immortals 101

Postby Sloane » Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:23 am

PsycloneDeth wrote:http://www.angelfire.com/wizard/celticdeities/

This is not all of them, but most of the memorable ones.

There are all of Irish and Welsh descent and it also goes over basic legend of the gods and goddesses as well.


A very well compiled list. :thumbup:
I'm quite interested in the celtic pantheon-and my Irish roots-but I'm not quite sure when I should go about trying to connect with them. I have interest in certain specific goddesses, but I'm not quite pulled just yet, and thus not sure if the timing is really right.



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Re: Celtic Immortals 101

Postby Nephret » Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:05 pm

Sloane wrote:A very well compiled list. :thumbup:
I'm quite interested in the celtic pantheon-and my Irish roots-but I'm not quite sure when I should go about trying to connect with them. I have interest in certain specific goddesses, but I'm not quite pulled just yet, and thus not sure if the timing is really right.


There's never any harm in trying to bond with an immortal being of any nationality. Try asking them for small favors via praying or ritual to start a bond between you two.


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Re: Celtic Immortals 101

Postby Kit » Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:37 pm

Thank you for this psyclone! i faved the website, its quite a good list! it will also be good to use for referencing and looking to if i ever feel a call, for such a simple looking list its got a lot of info on it.


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Re: Celtic Immortals 101

Postby Sloane » Tue Jan 25, 2011 11:31 am

PsycloneDeth wrote:
Sloane wrote:A very well compiled list. :thumbup:
I'm quite interested in the celtic pantheon-and my Irish roots-but I'm not quite sure when I should go about trying to connect with them. I have interest in certain specific goddesses, but I'm not quite pulled just yet, and thus not sure if the timing is really right.


There's never any harm in trying to bond with an immortal being of any nationality. Try asking them for small favors via praying or ritual to start a bond between you two.

haha, I wasn't saying I was planning to limit myself-variety is a good thing. ;) Just that I'm not quite sure how to get started. It's probably my athiest, "science is all" upbringing (that was fun to work around :lol: ), but I find it hard to just sit and get down to it. Nonetheless I plan to after exams this week. By then my 30 days dedicated to my new djinn are through, so I feel better about spreading my focus a bit. He's pretty awesome though, so it'll be hard not to be distracted.



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Re: Celtic Immortals 101

Postby AmnesiaReminisced » Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:07 am

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