Irish god of love and beauty
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Branwen, Goddess of Love and Beauty, daughter of Penardim and Llyr, sister of Bran the Blessed, King over all the Island of the Mighty, was loved by her people for her gentleness, compassion and beauty. As Mother of the king to come in the tradition of the Old Tribes of the British Isles, she is the embodiment of Sovereignty. She is the Center from which all life emerges. She rules over the Land, both its spirit and its manifestation. Her vision is long, seeing the whole, the greater scheme of things. Sometimes this knowledge can be too much to bear.
Branwen one of the triple goddess of Avalon along with Ceriddwen and Arainrhod. Branwen translates as white raven. She is the maiden aspect of the triple goddess as seen as a beautiful young woman. She is springtime and inspiration and the daughter of the sea. She releases mistreated wives from bondage and blesses them with new beginings. She is associated with Aphrodite and Venus.
The Future Lies In The Past
The Dagda had an affair with the river goddess Boann, wife of Nechtan. To hide her pregnancy, the Dagda made the sun stand still for nine months so that Aengus was conceived, gestated and born in one day. In this version, Midir is Aengus's foster-father, while Elcmar is the husband of Boann cuckolded by the Dagda. In this version of the story, Aengus is genuinely remorseful for having banished Elcmar. The poet claimed that Ogma an Cermait was having an affair with one of Lugh's wives. Midir's wife Fuamnach in a jealous rage had turned Etain into a beautiful fly.
May you feel the Elven song within, hear the voice speaking from your heart. We are Tuatha de Danann, the children of Earth and stars together, faeries of a new dimension. Pelton, Elven World mythologies. Spring is here and the best time to dream of Love and Romance. There he lived with the Tuatha de Danann. The details of his life seem to change as the centuries have passed.