Áine is an Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. She is associated with midsummer and the sun. As the goddess of love and fertility, she had command over crops and animals and is also associated with agriculture.
Griffin: The clock tower snaps at its midsection as it chimes it twelfth chime, and it falls over into that large two story manor at the end of the street with a loud crash. And the ground, as quickly as it expanded, just falls out beneath your feet. And you’re falling. And you’re burning. And you’re being crushed by the shattered earth as it compresses down into the ground. And you hear an anguished scream come from something massive and furious.
And all three of you have died.
And there’s something about the dying that feels familiar. And then you’re back in that white space and you see that old woman again, and she says-
Old Woman: Oh, you’ll have to do much better than that, loves.