Irish testimonies have been recorded by 11th-century Christian monks, which helped make Irish mythology the most well-preserved division of Celtic mythology.
Aine is an Irish moon goddess of love, fertility, protection, and environmental concerns. Her name means “bright.” She’s aligned with the fairies and is frequently thought of as a Fairy Queen (the equivalent of an archangel in the elemental kingdom). There are many conflicting stories about Aine’s beginnings and heritage as a goddess.
Manannán Mac Lir: Son of the sea Manannán mac Lir (or Manann) – is an essential figure in Irish folklore, […]