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, and some Irish shows even made endeavours to portray him as a historical figure. As well as being a sea god, he is furthermore observed as a psychopomp and is related to the Otherworld and…Read More