Which Celtic God or Goddess Are You?

Which of the Celtic Mythology's natural, soulful deities inhabits you?

Before we begin - You feel most connected to the image and being of a:

Now, where does your heart currently reside?

And how do you show gratitude?

But those who cross you:

Which means, in a former life, you certainly were a:

When such is done, and soothing is needed, you much prefer the company of:

When ready, if you are to master ONE force for yourself, it will certainly be:

Though nothing beats the simple pleasures - Your favorite being:

Ready for your God or Goddess?

You are Cernunnos, The Horned God!

You are Cernunnos, The Horned God!

What a unique and powerful soul you possess! You are the incarnation of the Celtic God of Nature's cyclical hold over us all... The Horned God of Life, Death, Animals, Fertility, and the Afterlife... CERNUNNOS!

Pronounced with a hard C (like Kernunnos), this ancient figure predates all of greco-roman mythology, and held the wonder of Europe's Celtic populations for a full Eon before the time of more modern mythologies. Like this mythic God, you wish to be one with Nature yourself, and would leave society behind in a heartbeat to live off the grid in harmony with the outdoors. You like animals more than people (no contest), and consider their company the best to be had. Though impatient and brash, you are loyal to a fault, and never - ever back down from a fight!

Cernunnos is depicted above as Kernos, a character from author Jon B. Dalvy's latest book in his epic fantasy series, The Dawn of Celtica (book II of the Titha Mae series). For more of the series' Celtic fantasy, click below!

You are DAGDA, the FATHER GOD!

You are DAGDA, the FATHER GOD!

You are a fierce and fiery soul, aren't you? One who burns with all the warmth a fatherly figure can muster - but can also turn that fire into anger on a moment's notice. Like the Dagda, you wield this flame for both good and... the not so good - your temper sometimes getting the better of you. But no matter what you're always guided by a heart that's big enough for the entire world - even if it gets lost beneath a gruff exterior from time to time.

The Dagda is an important god in Irish Mythology. He is always portrayed as a father-figure, chieftain, and druid. He is associated with  manliness and strength, as well as magic, druidry and wisdom. He is said to have control over life and death, weather and crops, as well as time and the seasons. With his club he can take life with one end, and grant it with the other.

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You Are BRIGID, Goddess of the Hearth and Home!

You Are BRIGID, Goddess of the Hearth and Home!

You are a fierce and fiery soul, aren't you? One who burns with all the warmth a protective figure can muster - but can also turn that fire into anger on a moment's notice. As daughter to the equally jovial yet fiery Dagda (Father God), you wield this flame for both good and... the not so good - your temper sometimes getting the better of you (just like ol' poppa Dagda). But no matter what you're always guided by a heart that's big enough for the entire world - even if it gets lost beneath a gruff exterior from time to time.

Brigid is a goddess of pre-Christian Ireland; daughter to the Dagda. She is one with fertility, healing, poetry and the hearth, making her a common patron for protection of the home. She may have had two sisters, making her a triple goddess, as well.

Art by Esther Remmington Art

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You are DANU, the MOTHER GODDESS!

You are DANU, the MOTHER GODDESS!

Whether you have yet to discover it, or are the mother figure to all your friends and family already - You ARE Danu, the Mother Goddess incarnate! A natural born caregiver and empath, you are caring (sometimes to a fault) and wise beyond your years, and have a soft spot for any who need "fixing".

Counted among the oldest of the ancient Celtic gods in Ireland, Danu, also known as Ana, is often portrayed as a beautiful and mature woman. She is associated with nature and the spiritual essence of nature, while also representing the contrasting (yet cyclic) aspects of prosperity, wisdom, death, and regeneration. The role of Ana is very much pronounced in Irish mythology, where she is often referred to as the divine mother of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the supernatural race of Celtic gods.

Art by Elizabeth Kyle (Elizabethkyle.com)

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You are CERRIDWEN, Keeper of the Cauldron!

You are CERRIDWEN, Keeper of the Cauldron!

Endlessly creative and a romantic at heart, you are Cerridwen incarnate! With she soul of a poet and mind of a budding creative genius, you are a literal cauldron of talent and potential that is simply waiting to overflow into fruition. Many forces work to stop your creativity from coming to light - but do not let them! Be guided by the spirit of Cerridwen and share your immense gifts with the world!

Cerridwen was an enchantress in Welsh medieval legend. Medieval Welsh poetry refers to her as possessing the cauldron of poetic inspiration, an artifact of great creative - or destructive - power. Cerridwen is regarded by many as the Celtic goddess of rebirth, transformation, and inspiration.

Art by UnripeHamadryad

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You are THE MORRIGAN: PHANTOM QUEEN of Birth, Re-Birth, and Death!

You are THE MORRIGAN: PHANTOM QUEEN of Birth, Re-Birth, and Death!

You are quite the dark horse, aren't you? Er, dark crow, rather... As the utter incarnation of The Morrigan herself, others referring to you as 'the Dark One' or the 'Phantom Queen' wouldn't come as a shock, would it? You're a private, mysterious soul with enough independence to sink a continent - and have absolutely zero patience for ignorance, suffering no fools. It takes a bit to get you riled up - but once you've snapped... well, as they say: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...

The Morrigan is the term given to Goddess Morrigan, one of the triple Goddesses in Celtic mythology. She represented the circle of life and was associated with both birth and death. Her name translates to “great queen” or “phantom queen”. She was a shape-shifter and looked over the rivers, fresh water and lakes.

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