Welcome to Tursan Tuesdays, where I take you on a journey through the Celtic world…
**Some of the information I’ve gathered came from The Goddess Guide by Priestess Brandi Auset ~ a must read for anyone interested in goddesses of all flavors!**
I have a special treat for you today ~ a little-known goddess, who goes by the name Momu…
Momu, a minor goddess in Scotland, rules the land, specifically hillsides and mountains. Earthy caves and wells are symbols for Momu as power within the female form.
Part of Faery, Momu has authority over elemental earth and water.
Momu rules over the following attributes:
Bodies of Water (including Oceans & Rivers), Magical Brewing, Mysteries, and Purification
Momu’s colors are Red, Green, Blue, Black, and Brown
So, now the next time you’re curled up watching Braveheart you know who to thank for those incredible panoramic scenes 😛
So talk to me. I enjoy not only finding new information on well-known deities, but also sharing those that are not so well-known. Are you familiar with the Scottish goddess, Momu?
If you have a specific Goddess you would like to see featured here ~ even if she isn’t Celtic ~ let me know!
4 thoughts on “Pantheon of Goddesses: Momu”
Haven’t heard of her. I love learning Celtic myths and legends.
Excellent – I love sharing! Stick around m’dear, there’s more where Momu came from 😛
Yay! Tursan Tuesdays are back and you found a sweet picture to use. Momu sounds like a very nice goddess. The name is familiar, but I don’t recall much of her history. Now I’m going to have to look into this and figure out where I know that name from. Glad to see you back to blogging, Kate.
I have only found her in a few things…when you remember where you read about her, let me know! 🙂