About the Celtic Goddesses
The Ancients believed Celtic goddesses influenced every part of early Celtic life, especially fertility and prosperity. The greatest of the Irish goddesses is ANU or Mother Earth, she is the goddess of plenty, and health. CLIODNA is the Celtic goddess of the sea and deep beauty. EPONA is the goddess of maternity, healing springs, and the horses that accompany the soul on its final journey.
The Celtic goddess known as MORRIGHAN is said to be the goddess of war and sovereignty. Often taking the form of a raven, Morrighan in Celtic mythology is explains that she is the deity who guides and protects the king or clan leader, and the country or lands.
BRIGIT is the Celtic goddess of fire, healing, fertility, poetry, cattle, and patroness of smiths. Brigit is also known as Brighid or Brigantia. So loved by the ancient Celtic people was Brigit that when Christianity swept the Celtic Isles druid priests who converted to Christianity were believed to have renamed her as St. Brigit or Brigid.