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Goddess: Rhiannon

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Closely linked with earlier Celtic deities, Rigani & Epona, Rhiannon is an otherworldly woman – sometimes described as Queen of the Faeries.

Her story is one of perseverance and strength. After enchanting and marrying Prince Pwyll, she is accused of murdering their infant son. She is humiliated and forced to be the gatekeeper and transport visitors on her back like a horse. Eventually she is proven innocent and resumes her place as Queen.

Rhiannon manifests as a beautiful woman dressed in gold, riding a white horse. She often has songbirds flying around her head.

Alternate Names
Epona Rigani
Great Queen
Queen of the Faeries

Holidays
Beltane
July 4 (Feast Day)

Pantheon
Celtic

Animals
Horse
Puppies
Badger

Herbs/Flowers
Daffodils
Sage
Rosemary
Pansies
Pine

Colours
Burgundy
Dark Green
Gold

Crystals/Oils
Cats eye
Moonstone
Bergamot
Lavender

Symbols
The Moon
Horses
Horseshoe
Songbird
Gates

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