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Cerridwen : Welsh Celtic goddess of the moon, magic, poetry, music, luck, earth, agriculture, art, science, astrology, death, and fertility; keeper of the cauldron

“Ceridwen”, watercolour painting on commission. Ceridwen is the shapeshifting Celtic goddess of knowledge, transformation and rebirth. The Awen, cauldron of poetic inspiration, is one of her main s.

The Mari Lwyd (the Grey Mare) is a pagan tradition said to bring good luck. People decorate a horse’s skull with decorative ears and eyes attached; adorn it with colorful reins, bells, ribbons and wrapped it with a white sheet and carry it on the end of a pole. Then the group goes door-to-door singing and challenging the families inside to a battle of rhyming insults in Welsh. At the end of the battle of wits (known as pwnco) the group would be invited into the house for refreshments.

Considering my Welsh blood it is no surprise that this is a tradition in South Wales… “‘A Welsh language custom marking the darkest days of midwinter, the Mari Lwyd tradition of parading a horse’s.

Cardiff castle, Wales. Rugby world cup - love this! Seems to have brought them good luck too. If you want among the action why not check our upcoming Six Nations 2016 packages http://www.activitybreaks.com/six-nations-packages-and-tours/

Rugby World Cup 2015 - A great moment for Cardiff when they hosted many of the games at the Millennium Stadium!

Celtic Knot Great for St. Patrick's Day or for bridesmaids (or the bride) to wear at an Irish or Celtic themed wedding, shower, engagement party, or other event.

Celtic Knot Great for St. Patrick& Day or for bridesmaids (or the bride) to wear at an Irish or Celtic themed wedding, shower, engagement party, or other event.

THE MARI LWYD (in Welsh, Y Fari Lwyd) is one of the strangest and most ancient of a number of customs with which people in Glamorgan and Gwent used to mark the passing of the darkest days of midwinter.the tradition involves the arrival of the horse and its party at the door of the house or pub, where they sing several introductory verses.challenges and insults in rhyme. At the end of the battlethe Mari party enters with another song.

The Mari Lwyd is unique to Glamorgan and Gwent. In its purest form (still to be seen at Llangynwyd, near Maesteg, every New Year’s Day) the tradition involves the arrival of the horse and its party at.

Daffodils, the national flower of Wales worn on St. David's Day, 1st March, in celebration of the Patron Saint of Wales, St. David - by mstoy, via Flickr

Gender: Feminine Place a daffodil on your altar while casting a love spell. Daffodils bring love and fertility. (Plus it's my birth flower 💛)

Bagpiped today on Pontcanna Fields to lead the St Colmcilles GAA Cardiff Gaelic Football Team onto the field for the Gloucestershire 2017 Senior Gaelic Football Championship Final. After the teams warmed up, I then led both teams around the field to the Welsh & Irish flags for the playing of the National Anthems. Tunes played included, When Irish Eyes are Smiling, Danny Boy, The Isle of Innisfree and The Girl from Dungannon. A great day & good luck :-)  #SouthWales #Bagpipes #Cardiff…

Bagpiped today on Pontcanna Fields to lead the St Colmcilles GAA Cardiff Gaelic Football Team onto the field for the Gloucestershire 2017 Senior Gaelic Football Championship Final. After the teams warmed up, I then led both teams around the field to the Welsh & Irish flags for the playing of the National Anthems. Tunes played included, When Irish Eyes are Smiling, Danny Boy, The Isle of Innisfree and The Girl from Dungannon. A great day & good luck :-) #SouthWales #Bagpipes #Cardiff…

Who can say the Welch name?  And the last one haha <-- I can if I really try, being welsh an all

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You guys, this Mallard duck fact has been the bane of my existence for so long.

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