Freyja (Old Norse for ‘Lady’) is the goddess of love, beauty, fertility, magic, and war. She rides a chariot pulled by two cats and owns both the mythical necklace Brísingamen and a cloak made of falcon feathers. Freyja is married to a god named Óðr and has two daughters with him, who are called Hnoss and Gersemi; her dwelling is called Fólkvangr and since she’s one of the Valkyries, her halls host half of those who die in battle. #myth
Ambisagrus - Celtic God of the Wind (Gaul) He was a Celtic god worshipped by the Gauls as part of Gallo-Roman religion. The Romans identified Ambisagrus with aspects of Jupiter. Ambisagrus is likely a later version of Taranis, a Celtic thunder god worshipped in the Iberian penninsula, and among earlier Gauls.
Banbha - Celtic Goddess of sovereignty. Patron Goddess of Ireland. She is part of the trinity of Goddesses along with Eriu and Fodla. Daughters of Ernmas. The three sisters represent the spirit of Ireland
This silver pendant is based on the Salmon of Knowledge, a mystical fish of ancient Irish legend. According to myth, the fish was an ordinary salmon who ate nine magical hazelnuts, which had fallen into the Well of Wisdom. In doing so it gained all the world's knowledge. The fish was finally caught and given to Fionn MacCool, the legendary Irish warrior. While cooking the salmon Fionn burnt his thumb and immediately stuck it into his mouth to cool. In this act the salmon's wisdom passed to…