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Goddess Morrigan, the Valkyries, Badb, Macha and Nemain.

The Morrigan appears as both a single goddess and a trio of goddesses. The other deities who form the trio are Badb ("Crow"), and either Macha (also connotes "Crow") or Nemain ("Frenzy"). She is one of the Tuatha Dé Danann ("Tribe of the goddess Danu") and she helped defeat the Firbolg at the First Battle of Mag Tuireadh and the Fomorians at the Second Battle of Mag Tuireadh.

They have called her the Phantom Queen, the Goddess of War, Fate and Death and the Goddess of Battle, Strife, and Fertility, as well as a Moon Goddess, the Queen of the Fairies, the Goddess of Rivers, Lakes and Fresh Water, and the Patroness of Priestesses and Witches. There are people who both fear her and admire her, and it is only right and proper that they do, because this amazingly powerful goddess is The Morrigan, the Celtic Goddess of War.
The Morrigan has been associated with many things, including revenge, the night, magick and prophecy, and she has also, on occasion, been associated with female energy, and with the immense strength with which it can come bursting forth.

The Morrigan was a shape-shifter, who would usually take on the form of a raven or a crow. She was also known as a protectress, having the unique ability to draw upon a person’s inner strength, and then empower that person to confront his or her own challenges; frequently causing them to use every bit of that strength to face insurmountable odds.

The Morrigan is a very magical and fiesty Goddess. She first came to me many years in vision, and stayed with me for quite some time. When ever i saw a crow or especially a large murder of crows i could feel this goddess's strength surging within myself. She gave me the courage to face the obstacles and tear down the roadblocks in my life. I have crafted this One of A Kind ritual mask in Her honor. This mask is handmade paper mache, carefully painted with Celtic spirals in red and gold, with a crimson gem on the third eye. I have tied leather straps with pony beads, black feathers and scarlet sari silk. Grometed for red satin ties for strength. She was crafted in a sacred space and smudged cleansed with white sage. Would be perfect for shadow magic or shadow work rituals.

13 x 6.5 x 4.5"

Blessed Be!

The Morrigan Ritual Mask - Triple Goddess, Celtic Warrior, Raven, Crow, Macha, Battle, Passion, Inner Strength, Courage, Patron of Witches

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper mache, acrylic paint, leather cords, satin cord, sari silk, beads, feathers, love, magic, unseelienchantments, joyleen steinen
  • Feedback: 291 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from New Jersey, United States
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