Made To Order
Divine Design By Ancient's Ire
Please expect slight variations between the candles. No Two will Ever be Identical
Perfect to place on your own altar, or adorn your home. Each is created on a individual basis, therefore no two will be exactly alike. Please expect slight variation from the Photo shown.
Embellished with ribbons, beads, Trinkets and various odds and ends
Perfect for any collector and makes a great gift
3 sizes available:
Mini - 4"ht x 2"w
Regular- 8"ht x 2"w (pictured)
Jumbo- 9" ht x 4"w
In Celtic mythology, the Morrighan is known as a goddess of battle and war. However, there's a bit more to her than this. Also referred to as Morrígu, Morríghan, or Mor-Ríoghain, she is called the "washer at the ford," because if a warrior saw her washing his armor in the stream, it meant he was to die that day. She is the goddess who determines whether or not you walk off the field of battle, or are carried off upon your shield. In later Irish folklore, this role would be delegated to the bain sidhe, who foresaw the death of members of a specific family or clan.
The Morrighan often appears in the form of a crow or raven, or is seen accompanied by a group of them. In the stories of the Ulster cycle, she is shown as a cow and a wolf as well. The connection with these two animals suggest that in some areas, she may have been connected to fertility and land.
Adorn your home or Altar with this beautiful, One of a kind candle attributed to the War Goddess herself!