7th June, 2013

GODDESSES OF MYTH: Arianrhod

Origin: Welsh
Arianrhod is a Welsh moon goddess and the Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess, forming the sacred triad of Maiden/Mother/Crone with her Blodeuwedd and Cerridwen. Her name means “silver disc”, and she is often called The Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea. Known throughout Celtic religions, Arianrhod is able to shapeshift into an owl and is ruler of the moon stars, and sea. A goddess of divination, she will grant visions of the future and the past to those who seek her divine vision. She is also a ruler of the dead, ferrying their souls on the way to either the other world or to reincarnation. She is the symbol of great feminine power, and a ruler of Avalon.
GODDESSES OF MYTH: Arianrhod

Origin: Welsh
Arianrhod is a Welsh moon goddess and the Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess, forming the sacred triad of Maiden/Mother/Crone with her Blodeuwedd and Cerridwen. Her name means “silver disc”, and she is often called The Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea. Known throughout Celtic religions, Arianrhod is able to shapeshift into an owl and is ruler of the moon stars, and sea. A goddess of divination, she will grant visions of the future and the past to those who seek her divine vision. She is also a ruler of the dead, ferrying their souls on the way to either the other world or to reincarnation. She is the symbol of great feminine power, and a ruler of Avalon.

GODDESSES OF MYTH: Arianrhod

Origin: Welsh

Arianrhod is a Welsh moon goddess and the Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess, forming the sacred triad of Maiden/Mother/Crone with her Blodeuwedd and Cerridwen. Her name means “silver disc”, and she is often called The Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea. Known throughout Celtic religions, Arianrhod is able to shapeshift into an owl and is ruler of the moon stars, and sea. A goddess of divination, she will grant visions of the future and the past to those who seek her divine vision. She is also a ruler of the dead, ferrying their souls on the way to either the other world or to reincarnation. She is the symbol of great feminine power, and a ruler of Avalon.

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