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Sovereign Blue Irish

Sovereign Blue Irish

Did you know that the original national color of Ireland was blue? Associated with Gormfhlaith (meaning "blue princess" and "illustrious princess"), the pre-Christian Gaelic mythological personification of Ireland and of the Sovereignty of Irel

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The New Era Of An Old European Valkyrie

The New Era Of An Old European Valkyrie

Veiled to the mundane, the swan goddess Valkyrie who still presides over Newgrange is an archetype ancestral to my own Old European Atlantic Megalithic Culture and Pictish genetic maternal lineage. Known as Caer Ibormeith, and also as Yew Berry, this

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Old European Picts and P-Celts

Old European Picts and P-Celts

In a previous post (Olwen, P-Celtic Goddess of Spring), I shared that I have never felt a connection to the Celtic goddess Brigid. I also shared that my ancestral Celtic roots are overwhelming P-Celtic (as opposed to Q-Celtic) and predominantly Old E

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Olwen, P-Celtic Goddess of Spring

Olwen, P-Celtic Goddess of Spring

Even though I do have Irish ancestry, I have never felt much of a connection to Brigid, whom I see as more related to Catholicism (I have never been Catholic) than to pre-Christian paganism (although Brigid may have pre-Christian Q-Celtic Goidelic tr

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My Heritage Ethnicity Estimates

My Heritage Ethnicity Estimates

My Heritage DNA (MHDNA) Ethnicity Estimate indicates that I am 77.7% North and West European. More specifically, I am predominantly Old European Celtic (Irish, Scottish, Welsh), Scandinavian Germanic (Norway, Sweden, Denmark) and Continental Germanic

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The Warrior Queen

The Warrior Queen

Who are the blue-painted Pictish People of my ancestral mothers? Certainly, they are Druid Warriors and Priestess Queens who fight for the People, as one of the People. Why did they all paint themselves blue for battle if not that blue skin was a tra

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Shadowy Scáthach

Shadowy Scáthach

Scáthach (also Sgàthach an Eilean Sgitheanach, Sgathaich, Scatha and Scota) was an ancient warrior queen and teacher of the Red Branch Warriors of Celtic legend. Legend informs us that Scáthach lived around 200 BCE. The name Scáthach means "the shado

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