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Welsh God and Goddesses














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Adraste
Moon goddess connected with the hare and divination.

Adsagsona
The goddess of the Underworld and magic.

Aerfen
A minor river goddess

Aeron
God of battle and slaughter.

Afagddu Utter Darkness

Agrona Goddess of Slaughter

Arawn
The god of the Annwfn (Underworld Kingdom of the dead), revenge, terror, and war.

Ardwinnawildwood.

Arianrhod ("Silver Wheel")
The goddess and sorceress honored at full moon and worshipped as the priestess of the Moon. Arianrhod is the goddess of beauty, magic, fertility, and reincarnation.

Artio
The goddess of wildlife.

Afallon
The island of the blessed (paradise). Afallon is the Welsh name of Avalon.













































Badb/Badhbh/Badb Catha Goddess of life, war, wisdom, inspiration

Blodeuwedd/Blodwin/Blancheflor
The goddess of the earth in bloom, flowers, wisdom, lunar mysteries, and initiations.

Bran The Blessed/Benedigeidfran
war, the sun, music, and writing. Bran is the son of Llyr, brother of Branwen and Manawyden, half-brother of Efnisien, and father of Caradoy. He is sometimes depicted as a giant and possess the magical horn of plenty (produces food and drinks). Benedigeidfran means "Bran the Blessed".

Branwen
The goddess of love and beauty.

Brigit/Brid/Brig/Brigid/Brighid She is the pre-Christian goddess of fire, fertility, the hearth, all feminine arts and crafts, martial arts, occult knowledge, love, poetry, wisdom, and Witchcraft.

Buanann
The Amazonian teacher of the martial arts.

Cerridwen/Caridwen/Ceridwen
The goddess of nature, death, fertility, regeneration, magick, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, and knowledge.

Creiddylad/Creudylad/Cordellia
 goddess of summer flowers and love

Don/Donn
 land of the dead and entrances to the Underworld.

Dylan
The god of the sea.

Gofannon/Govannon
The god of blacksmiths, weapon makers, fire, and metalworking.

Gwydion
The god of illusion changes, magick, healing, and the sky. Gwynn Ap Nudd
The King of the Fairies and the Underworld and magic warrior-huntsman.

Gwythry
The king of the Upperworld.

Lleu Llaw Gyffes ("The Bright One of the Skillful Hand)

 Llyr/Lear/Lir
The god of the sea and water.

Manannan Mac Lir
The god of the sea, navigators, storms, sea weather, fertility, sailing, arts, merchants, rebirth, and commerce.

Margawse
The mother aspect of the goddess.

Math vab Mathonwy ("Math son of Mathonwy")
The god of sorcery, magick, and enchantments.

Matrona ("The Divine Mother")

Myrddin
The god of illusion, herbs, woodlands, nature, protection, counseling, prophecy, tarot, divination, psychic abilities, crystal reading, spells, and incantations.

Morrigu ("Great Queen; Supreme Goddess")
A trinity of war and death goddess that are associated with magic. The supreme war-goddess of revenge, night, magick, and prophecy that resides over battlefields.

Llud
The god of the water, oceans, fishing, the sun, and sailing.

Olwen
Sun goddess

Pwyll ("Wisdom")
The god of the Underworld

Rhiannon/Rigantona
The beautiful Underworld goddess of birds and horses, enchantments, fertility, death, joy, oblivion

Taliesin
The god of the Bards, poetry, wisdom, wizards, music, knowledge, and magick.

Viviane
The sorceress consort of Merlin and daughter of Dyonas.

 






These are the Gods a Draoi apprentice such as myself would Follow