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Bean Nighe - “Washer Woman”  Similar to the Banshee, the Bean Nighe is an omen of death in Scottish Folklore. he Bean Nighe are often seen washing the cloths...

The Bean Nighe is a Scottish fairy, an omen of death. She sits by streams washing the blood from the grave-clothes of those who are about to die.

The Brollachan, (love that word!) a Scottish mythical creature said to take the shape of what you most fear. Has no true form.

A Scottish mythical creature said to take the shape of what you most fear. Has no true form.

Cormac mac Airt (son of Art), was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He is probably the most famous of the ancient High Kings, and may have been an authentic historical figure, and his reign is variously dated as early as the 2nd century and as late as the 4th. He is said to have ruled from Tara, the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, for forty years, and under his rule Tara flourished. He was famous for his wise, true, and generous…

Cormac mac Airt (son of Art), was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland.

Firbolgs-The Firbolgs escaped to Ireland from slavery in ancient Thrace.They ruled Ireland,before they were oppressed by the Fomorii.The Firbolgs still decided to ally themselves w/the Fomorii in the war against the Tuatha de Danaan.The Firbolgs were defeated before the fall of Balor.Then Firbolg lived a secret existence in the quagmires of Ireland their bitterness & harsh conditions  caused them to evolve into Ballybogs,Boogies,Mudbogs,Peat Faerys,Bogles & other swamp species.1-13

Firbolgs-The Firbolgs escaped to Ireland from slavery in ancient Thrace.They ruled Ireland,before they were oppressed by the Fomorii.The Firbolgs still decided to ally themselves w/the Fomorii in the war against the Tuatha de Danaan.The Firbolgs were defeated before the fall of Balor.Then Firbolg lived a secret existence in the quagmires of Ireland their bitterness & harsh conditions caused them to evolve into Ballybogs,Boogies,Mudbogs,Peat Faerys,Bogles & other swamp species.1-13

Yann-An-Od(Yan-An-Od,John of the Dunes)He was once the King of a Faerie Court & also recognized as a Celtic God.It's unknown what happened to his family,kingdom & subjects as he now wanders alone,the last of his kind.He is a Shape-shifter who may appear as a Dwarf,Giant,or human.By the coast he appears as a fisherman dressed in oil-skins & leaning on an oar.By the meadows & pastures of Brittany,then he is in the shape of an elderly shepherd w/a long white beard & in lengthy robes.2-6

Yann-An-Od(Yan-An-Od,John of the Dunes)He was once the King of a Faerie Court & also recognized as a Celtic God.It's unknown what happened to his family,kingdom & subjects as he now wanders alone,the last of his kind.He is a Shape-shifter who may appear as a Dwarf,Giant,or human.By the coast he appears as a fisherman dressed in oil-skins & leaning on an oar.By the meadows & pastures of Brittany,then he is in the shape of an elderly shepherd w/a long white beard & in lengthy robes.2-6

Phantom Black Dog

A hellhound is a dog of Hell, found in mythology, folklore and fiction. Hellhounds typically have features such as black fur color, glowing red eyes.

CuChulainn & Ferdiad

Celtic Mythology - Cuchulainn carries Ferdiad across the river.

Irish mythological creatures guide. This is an Ankou. Collector of souls.

In Celtic folklore of Brittany, the Ankou is a death omen that collects the souls of the dead. The Ankou or King of the Dead, is the last person to die in a parish during a year.

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