Offerings to the Gods: Cakes & Ale for the Celtic Gods and Goddesses
Dagda - Irish god of the dead, and also lord of rebirth. His name means the good one. His awesome club could kill nine men at once, but the butt end could grant new life to the dead. His magical harp keeps the seasons in proper order, and his two awesome pigs provide an endless supply of food. He is a good and loving provider, a most gentle death to his children and followers.