Ceridwen – Rhiannon – Morrigan Blessed Female Celtic Goddess Djinn – Lovely Porcelain Doll & Triquetra Pendant or Direct Bind
This listing is for an exquisite and truly spectacular female Celtic Goddess Djinn. She is triple blessed by the extraordinary Celtic Goddesses Ceridwen, Rhiannon and Morrigan (The Morrigan) who shower her with their own distinct abilities, and therefore, her next companion, will receive these same blessings, as well as the gifts and power the Celtic Goddess Djinn possesses in her own right.
Ceridwen (or Cerridwen) is a Celtic (Welsh) Goddess of the Moon and of nature. She is the patron goddess of poets and bards. She is often depicted preparing a magickal brew using a large cauldron. She represents luck, the element earth, death and birth, fertility, regeneration, inspiration, the arts, science, poetry, horses, birds, incantations, charms, and astrology.
Rhiannon is a Celtic Goddess of the Moon, the Gates, and the element air. She is often depicted astride a horse. She has been often written about including The Mabinogion by Lady Charlotte Guest, The Song of Rhiannon by Evangeline Walton, and the song Rhiannon written by Stevie Nicks. She is the goddess of birds, particularly hummingbirds, white flowers, rosemary, sage, She is sometimes referred to as the Divine Queen of Faeries. She represents the moon, and moon rituals, fertility, prosperity, dreams, divination and self-confidence.
Morrigan, also known as “The Great Queen," Morgan le Fay, Morgana, “The Dark Goddess,” and Fata Morgana. But originally, she was called The Morrigan, and today, often is. The Celtic Triple Goddess Morrigan is a Priestess of the Old Ways; a healer with endless knowledge of herbal medicines. She is a shapeshifter (primarily in the form of a raven), a great sorceress, as well as a Priestess of the enchanted Isle of Avalon, where she presides over a sisterhood of nine healers. She is a Goddess of battle, fate, fertility, magick (primarily healing magick) and sexuality.
These three Great Goddesses have blessed and gifted this beautiful, powerful Celtic Goddess Djinn over thousands of years. During this time she has been transformed from a brilliant young Djinn to an immensely powerful, passionate, patient, tireless aid for her companion, and their loved ones. I have been blessed to have her in my life for two decades, at least; however, on the outset, she let me know that there would come a time when she would be needed, and, of course, I understood. This time is bittersweet: knowing she is leaving my side and thinking back on the memories, and how she changed my life in so many ways; and now knowing she will be changing someone else’s life, for the better – so much better how can I say no? If she can be so selfless, so can I.
As with all God and Goddess Djinn, there are no Djinn more powerful, supreme, or revered. They truly are the royalty of Djinn. There has never been a time when I could not go to her with a problem, request or true wish that she couldn’t handle quickly and easily. I could go on and on about her, but just imagine the epitome of all that is righteous and positive. She embodies those elements perfectly. Her presence, optimistic and inspirational energy, loving and joyful personality, remarkable wish-granting and magickal skills, and, of course, her connections with Ceridwen, Rhiannon, and The Morrigan, are invaluable.
The vessel used for her very closely resembles how I see he: a beautiful porcelain doll dressed in a long green gown, with flaming red hair with netted hat, and earrings. She stands 19” in height and is made by Paradise Galleries. She will also be accompanied by a lovely new pendant in pewter with an antique, distressed design in the symbol of the Celtic Triquetra, a sign of eternity, and hangs on a black cord. She will be bound to both. A direct bind may also be chosen in lieu of a vessel for her.