List of Celtic Gods
A skillful magician who ruled the realm of Annwn, the Celtic Otherworld.
Arawn was the celebrated ruler of the realm of Annwn, the Celtic afterlife. He was best known for changing places with Pwyll, ruler of Dyfed, after the king’s dogs killed one of the Otherworld’s stags during a hunt.View
The “Exalted One,” revered Celtic goddess of fertility, fire, and passion.
Brigid, the “Exalted One,” was a Celtic goddess of fertility and motherhood. Venerated throughout Ireland, she held sway over passion, poetry, and invention, and her favor inspired craftsmen of all trades.View
The “Veiled One,” an ancient Celtic goddess of the winds and winter.
The Cailleach, or “Veiled One,” was a Celtic goddess who ruled over the winds and winter. Appearing as an old, veiled woman, she was both creator and destroyer, and served as a patron of animals, particularly wolves.View
Powerful Celtic sorceress whose potions brought beauty and wisdom.
Ceridwen was a Celtic witch of great power, wisdom, and prophetic skill. With her magic cauldron, she brewed potions that not only made the drinker wise and beautiful, but gave them the ability to shapeshift.View
Mysterious Celtic horned god, master of beasts and wild places
Cernunnos was the Celtic god of beasts and wild places. A mysterious horned figure often surrounded by animals, he ruled over the wilderness and brought natural enemies together in peace.View
The “good god,” Celtic deity and chief of the Tuatha dé Danann.
The Dagda, or “good god,” was a Celtic deity and the club-wielding chief of the Irish Tuatha dé Danann. With power over both life and death, he was associated with fertility, agriculture, magic, and druidry.View
Terrifying Celtic specter haunting the English county of Berkshire.
Herne the Hunter was a frightening, antlered specter that haunted the English county of Berkshire. A tormentor of man and beast alike, his appearance was foreshadowed by the sound of moans and rattling chains.View
Lugh “of the Long Arm,” Celtic god of kings, justice, and leadership.
Lugh was the Celtic god of justice, oathkeeping, and nobility, and a ruler of the Tuatha dé Danann. Regarded as both a savior and a trickster, he was celebrated for his skills in craftsmanship and battle.View
The fearsome Irish goddess of war, death, and prophecy
The Morrígan was an Irish goddess of death, destiny, and battle. A trio of sisters who could take the form of a single goddess, she was the keeper of fate and a purveyor of prophecy.View
“The Thunderer,” a powerful Celtic god of thunder and storms.
Taranis, the “Thunderer,” was a Celtic storm god, symbolized by a sacred wheel. Wielding a thunderbolt, he was feared for his command of foul weather, and regarded as a protector and leader of the Celtic pantheon.View