Hello boys and girls! Long time no blog. Things at the ol’ Day Job have quieted down now, so before they pick back up let’s get to it 😉
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!**
Not much is known about this ancient goddess. What we do know comes from the inscriptions the ancient Celtic people left on stones.
A solar deity, Arnamentia is the goddess of flowing water, spiritual healing and purification. She rules over all bodies of water, from the largest oceans and lakes to the smallest rivers and streams. It is said in times of despondency or peril she offers renewal of the mind, body and soul.
Healing; Oceans, Rivers and Bodies of Water; Purification;
Green, Blue & White
Sabbats or Festivals
So talk to me. What do you think of Arnamentia? Who is your favorite Goddess?
Don’t see your favorite goddess here? Leave me a comment and tell me who you’d like featured 🙂
Be sure you stop by on Thursday and celebrate Beauty of a Woman with me!
9 thoughts on “Pantheon of Goddesses: Arnamentia”
I’ve always felt an infinity for water, to the point where I don’t think I could ever live where there wasn’t a large lake or river nearby. Now I’m wondering if there’s some spiritual connection to Arnamentia. Hmmm. I’ll have to investigate her more and find out. I’m all about renewal of the mind, body, and soul.
Very interesting, Tameri.. Yes, please do – and let me know what you find 🙂
Oh, and I’m so glad to see you’re back on the blog!
It’s good to be back 😉
Had to stop by real quick and say “I’m glad you’re back”
Another great post as always!
I’m liking Arnementia already. She likes my favorite colors, and she sounds like a good friend to have around! Thanks for inspiring us to read up on her.
Hi, Eva! I’m so glad you like her 🙂
Glad to see you blogging. I really like the goddesses choice you started with. One of my characters has an affinity for water. It could be she feels especially close to this goddesses. 😉