Arianrhod Art Print
Arianrhod Art Print
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Arianrhod Art Print

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Free Worldwide Shipping, shipped from Estonia
Printed on high-quality matte photo paper
Comes with an info sheet on the deity

Arianrhod is the Celtic Goddess of the Moon the Stars and the Sky. In Wales Arianrhod takes on other attributes as well when she becomes the Goddess of the Wheel of the Year and the Goddess of the Full Moon Destiny Fertility Death and Reincarnation. What is extremely important is the fact that Arianrhod is also the Goddess of Feminine Power an integral part of the Divine Feminine.
Legend tells us that Arianrhod was the most powerful of all the children born to the great Mother Goddess Don and her consort Beli, and that she was extremely beautiful with very pale skin. She was also believed to have been both sister and wife to Gwydion and the mother of the twins: Llew a Sun God and Dylan a God of the Sea.
Arianrhod was also a Magician Goddess and she was considered by most to be a Maiden Goddess as well living her life in much the same manner as the Greek Goddesses Artemis and Athena, surrounded only by women. In reality however Arianrhod actually lived a much wilder and freer life frequently enjoying herself sexually and having a distinct preference for mermen. Arianrhod is also believed to have a powerful association with the sea.
The name Arianrhod means “Silver Wheel” or “Silver Circle” which name is indicative of her role as a Goddess of the Full Moon and in her role as the Mother in a typical Welsh Triple Goddess Trinity. She has also been known as the “Virgin White Goddess of Birth Initiation Death and Rebirth” and the “Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea.” Her palace or spiral tower in the sky is known as Caer Arianrhod or the “Castle of the Silver Wheel” although it may be better known to some as the Aurora Borealis or the Milky Way which constellation has also been associated with the Goddess Ariadne Arianrhod’s Greek Counterpart.
Arianrhod is said to be able to shape shift into a large Owl and through the great Owl-eyes sees even into the darkness of the human subconscious and soul.

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