“Fairies with gossamer wings,
Bring forth beauty, grace and joyful things.
Fairies of the earth are caretakers of our soil, water and trees,
They watch over beautiful creatures such as bears, bunnies and bees.
Fairies ask that you breathe in and appreciate the vantage point from which you stand,
Then trod carefully and respectfully with each intentional step you make across this beautiful land.”


Áine is the Celtic goddess of summer, love, protection, fertility, wealth and sovereignty. A Faery Queen, Áine is a goddess of the earth and nature, and it was believed she brought luck and good fortune to her worshippers. Both a sun and moon goddess, she displayed the varying characteristics belonging to each.

Above all else, Áine was the people’s Goddess, who gave much to them and received their love and worship in return. She was honored at Midsummer celebrations by farmers asking her blessings for an abundant harvest. 

Hey witchy community, I’m kinda new and I’d like to follow some more blogs so if you post/reblog any of the following please like or reblog this post :)

~celtic/norse/greek mythology

“The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.“
I thought that in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I would share one of my many collections of Irish/ Celtic mythology and folklore. I also found it appropriate that ,today, among every other day, is a day where I get to especially gush over the Emerald Isle, the land of Éire, Hibernia… the land of Ireland. This country has held such a special place in my heart and I truly have plans one day to make it my home. It was the home of my family. My great-grandfather decided he wanted a better life for our family and took risks in hopes of having success. My father told me that it was always his dream to return back to Ireland but unfortunately he never got that chance. So, in his stead, I travelled last year back to the place where our family began, back to Ireland. Immediately my heart felt right at home and I will never forget that trip. My heritage and that country had such a hold on my heart that above a rather "lucky” scar, I got my first tattoo of a four-leafed clover symbolizing my heritage, my trip, and for my favorite country on Earth

The Four Treasures of the Tuatha Dé Danann

Stone of Fál: It would cry out beneath the king who took the sovereignty of Ireland. It was supposedly located near the Hill of Tara in County Meath.

Spear of Lug: No battle was ever sustained against it, or against the man who held it.

Sword Nuada: No one ever escaped from it once it was drawn from its sheath, and no one could resist it.

Cauldron of the Dagda: No company ever went away from it unsatisfied.

hey guys!!

i hate to be this person, but if you post any of the following pls interact. i want more blogs to follow so i don’t keep seeing the same info over and over 😭 ((you don’t have to follow me but that’d b cool, and all following will be from my main @xontly))

-mythology (norse is v needed, but greek, celtic, etc as well!)
-witchy stuff
-recipes, kitchen witchery
-aesthetic based, especially nature
-gardening and tips
-grimoire / grimoire pages -paganism in any way shape or form -meditation etc -also, interact if you feel your blog relates enough even if you don’t post any of these specifics! i’d love to see similar things as well, but from blogs and not just following the tags ugh 🙇🏻‍♀️


O Morrigan, we call your name
Across the dusty years.
You speak to us, of blood and lust.