A Down in the dumps Organization To The Celtic DeitiesNuada: The gaelic Zeus;called "he of silver hand";killed by the Fomor, Balor primeval in history of the gods.
Camulus: Of the unbeatable sword; the name signifies "heaven";god of war and sky; akin to mars, merely over savage.
The war Goddess: Fea, the hateful; Nemon, the venomous; Badb. the fury; Macha, the contest goddess who collects the heads of her dead for her "acorn glance."
Morrigan (Morrigu): The very good goddess in her Virago aspect; as be in charge deity of contest, she likes to short the form of the hoodie or carrion crow; her name derives from Mor Righ Anu, meaning "the very good queen."
Dagda: God of earth; "good god"; he posses a living harp and the "undry," a cauldron, but anyone find backing in bunch to his/her merits; a
firm warrior, but a god of simple tastes who dresses in a brown tunic, hooded cape and leather boots.
Boann: The Dadga's wife; an Eve figure; The Boyne Creek is named for her; she and the Dagda wear plentiful powerful children as well as Bridgit, Angus, Mider, Ogma, and Bodb the Red.
Brigit: God of the fashion, fire and poetry; best dear of all deities;
candlemas is thought in her honor; she is the merely goddess to occur here the Christian pantheon of saints.
Angus (Angus Mac Oc): His name means "son of the whole"; A Gaelic Eros civic for his physical beauty and golden hair; his kisses become nature.
Mider: God of the underworld; his studio is Falga, the Desert island of Man; Etain (Ogma's teenager) became his wife, but she was in a meeting apart by Angus.
Ogma (Cermait): The "honey-mouthed" king of the bards and god of eloquence and literature; Ogham script is named for him; he connubial Etain, teenager of Diancecht.
Bodb the Red: He succeeds his fire up as king of the gods.
Ler: The gaelic Poseidon; connubial to Aebh, Bodb's teenager, with whom he has four childrenl in the rear she dies he marries Aeife, who out of opposition turns the children here swans.
Manannan: Ler's son; "God of the headlands"; consumer of sailors and merchants;
his eminent supplies own the yellow focus, the red javelin, the vessel, the wave-sweeper, a show jumper called Great Fleece, and three swords named righter of wrongs, very good fury, and undersized fury; he has the gift of in exhaustable life.
Goibniu: The imitator of weapons; the Gaelic Hephaestus; he posesses a potion that enables population who drink it to become invisable; he alike is called the
Diancecht: God of medicine; he next saved Ireland; connubial to Morrigan; accompanied by their children are Etan, who marries Ogma, and Cian, who marries Ethniu, teenager of Balor, the Fomor.
Lugh: Son of Cian and Ethniu called the "long-handed" or "far-shooter"; Sun god par excellence; he possesses a magic twinge and magic hound; The Soft Way is called "Lugh's Chain"; he is the "master of all art," an accomplished carpenter, smith, warrior, harpist, novelist, doctor of medicine, cup- bearer, and bronze-worker.
The opponents of Tuatha de Dannan are the children of Domnu, which signifies
"under-sea." Offsptring of "Dignity and Old Brunette" they are, for the best part awful creatures, methodically with physical deformities. These gods of death and murky are not working base.
Balor: In spite of he was inherent with two good eyes, one was done in an accident;
the eye is so wicked that he merely opens it in contest so that its ill will chi massacre whoever is ill-timed amply to acquire catch sight of of it; his teenager marries Cian.
Elathan: The polished Miltonic prince of murky with golden hair.
Bress: His name means "polished"; Elthan's son; connubial to Brigit of the Tuatha de Dannan and for a time her system done that disembark.