Various pieces from my blog.
Over the years I’ve written a number of prayers to the many gods, keeping blogs of prayers to the Greek, Norse, Celtic and Egyptian gods.
You can find my prayer beads at hearthfirehandworks.net, as well as at Etsy and Amazon Handmade.
Aphrodite Goddess of love, lust, and beauty. Lover of Ares; in some stories, wife of Hephaistos. Born of seafoam. Apollo God of music, prophecy, healing and plagues. Protector of young boys. Associated […]
Aengus God. Tuatha de Danann. Also known as Oengus, Aengus Og or Aengus mac Og. Associated with love and inspiration. Aine Goddess. Tuatha de Danann. Associated with midsummer and sovereignty. Airmed Goddess. […]
Afallach God. Associated with the afterlife, the isle of Avalon. Amaethon God. Likely associated with agriculture. Arawn God. Lord of the dead; associated with fertility. Arianhrod Goddess. Known as “Arianhrod of the […]
Abandinus God. Possibly a protective deity, possibly associated with a river or spring.(Known in Britain, worship site near Godmanchester.) Abelio God. May be associated with the apple tree. (Known in Gaul, worship […]
The Alaisiagae Goddesses. Associations uncertain. Beda and Boudihillia are possibly Celtic names while Fimmilena and Friagabis are more likely Germanic. (Known in Britain, worship sites at Housesteads Fort near Hadrian’s Wall and […]
Aegir God. Associated with the sea, hospitality and brewing. Husband of Ran. Balder God. Associated with peace and rebirth. Son of Odin and Frigga, husband of Nanna, father of Forseti. Bragi God. […]
Amun/Amon/Amen God. Considered to be king of all the gods; he is as well a creator god, believed to be himself a self-created deity, and is associated with sovereignty and with the […]