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Author Topic: Meditating about Celtic Deities  (Read 3847 times)
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« Topic Start: May 16, 2011, 07:24:48 am »

Okay, so I prayed last night to the gods and goddesses to reveal themselves to me in my dreams, and in my first dream, I was being courted by a man who offered me a ring made out of shell. In my second, I was on a trip to the ocean, and dead set on getting there. Pretty sure this is Manannan calling to me.

So I meditated again this morning, and found of the four deities that had appealed to me, Cernunnos seemed preoccupied, Brighid, though kind about it, basically told me I wasn't one of her chosen, and the message from Morrigan was something along the lines of "amuse me, and I'll honor you". Pretty sure this means the Morrigan and Manannan have chosen me. Does this sound right? I need to work on constructing a shrine, but before that, determine who to honor in the construction.

Sorry if this is kind of newbieish or in the wrong place; I'm still a beginner in Celtic Paganism, and the internet is, for the moment, my only resource of learning about it.

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