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Did you know that with her sisters, Macha and the Morrígan, Badb is part of a trio of war goddesses known as the Morrígna?

Did you know that with her sisters, Macha and the Morrígan, Badb is part of a trio of war goddesses known as the Morrígna?

"The Goddess Macha and the Unkindness of Ravens" par Emily Balivet

The Goddess Macha and the Unkindness of Ravens by Emily Balivet, 2015

Macha represents the unknown, darker side of life. She carries the weight of the world on her shoulders and yearns for vengeance upon her enemies.

Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions

Macha, Irish Triple Goddess of Death and Sexuality by Thalia Took Macha is an…

Morrigan (Morrigu) - with her sisters Badb and Macha, she forms a triad of war goddesses; she fortells the outcome of all battles, and is considered the witch queen of death

Morrigu (Morrigan) - Irish Goddess of Prophecy; with her sisters Badb and Macha, Morrigu forms a triad of war goddesses; she fortells the outcome of all battles, and is considered the witch queen of death

“Macha (pronounced MOCK-uh) is an Irish war Goddess, strongly linked to the land. Several Goddesses or heroines bear Her name, but She is generally thought of as one aspect of the triple death-Goddess the Mórrígan (the “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen”), consisting of Macha ‘Raven’, Badb ‘Scald Crow’ or ‘Boiling’, and Nemain ‘Battle Fury’. Macha is associated with both horses and crows.

Goddess Macha

“Macha (pronounced MOCK-uh) is an Irish war Goddess, strongly linked to the…

The Morrigan is ‘The Phantom Queen’ of Irish Celtic legend

The Morrigan is a figure from Irish mythology. She is associated with sovereignty, prophecy, war, and death on the battlefield. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors.

Warrior Goddess The Morrigan Ritual Wear Natural by MorrigusNest

Warrior Goddess The Morrigan Ritual Wear Natural by MorrigusNest

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