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Sulis, Celtic Goddess of the Hot Springs at Bath--Celtic gods and goddesses, Sulis Minerva, Roman gods and goddesses, Romano-British deities, healing goddess, British gods and goddesses

Sulis, Celtic Goddess of the Hot Springs at Bath--Celtic gods and goddesses, Sulis Minerva, Roman gods and goddesses, Romano-British deities.

Rhiannon, the Celtic Goddess of the Moon and inspiration, of nobility and strength, of never giving up.

Rhiannon: A Welsh Celtic Goddess

Epona was the ancient Celtic Horse Goddess who protected horses and their owners. Epona was worshipped in a variety of different aspects. The Irish knew her as Macha, the Goddess of War.

Eir ("mercy") is a Norse Goddess of Healing. She knew the secret powers of herbs, with which she could even resurrect the dead. Patroness of shadow workers, called on against sickness or injury. She gives both physical and psychic means of healing; shamanic healing, especially, falls into her realm. Eir is a companion of the goddess Frigga.

Eir (Old Norse "help, mercy) is a goddess and/or valkyrie associated with medical skill. Eir is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda, written in the century by Snorri Sturluson.

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The Three Goddesses or Fates: maiden, mother, and crone. Also, in Greek mythology, Clotho spins the thread of life; Lachesis measures the thread of life; and Atropos cuts the thread of life.

By James Jean

Protection be - cover art for Fables, 1001 nights of snowfall, art by James Jean

If Aly were to wear a dress and cast - this would be her aesthetic 100%

Aes Sedai and The Wheel of Time

Wheel of Time - Moiraine Damodred - One of my favorite female characters. Moiraine Damodred by Pyji Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time

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