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Celtic Jewelry: Celtic Jewelry And The Goddess Of Forgiveness

Celtic Jewelry: Celtic Jewelry And The Goddess Of Forgiveness

A lot of people would wear their jewelry to promote their social status or their financial capability. For Irish people, on the other hand, their jewelry is rooted and packed with stories, history, culture, and even their heritage. Jewelry shouldn’t just be something materialistic it should also embody your values and personality.

Trinity Knot symbol celtic jewelry

One of the pieces within Celtic symbols in jewelry would be the Trinity Knot, a direct representation of the three goddesses for neo-pagans and the holy trinity for Christians. The story behind the goddesses is believed to empower mere mortals to practice and live a moral life, just like any religious belief, these gods and goddesses are superior and would have encapsulated within them the powers that we do not have.

The goddess that we would like to further learn about today would be Rhiannon, she is the goddess of forgiveness which is something that we can believe would be very timely for today’s society. Allow us to share with you the story of Rhiannon.

The moon goddess of the Celts It is said that Rhiannon was born during the first Moonrise, which made her the Fairy Queen. The great Goddess of many identities: she is the goddess of reproduction, reincarnation, knowledge and understanding, miracles, transformation, beauty, artistic inspiration, and poetry.

The faeries who tend to Rhiannon manifest as beautiful young women dressed in gold and riding pale horses. They are accompanied by singing birds as they go about their duties. While the singing birds can wake the sleeping, they also can help mortals fall asleep.

The majority of what we know about Her is derived from the Welsh collection of ancient tales called The Mabinogion by Lady Charlotte Guest.

In our riding one day, Lord Pwell of the Empire of Dyfed happened upon a breathtakingly beautiful woman wearing gold while riding a white horse. However fast he raced, Pwell could not catch up to Rhiannon, no matter how hard he tried. After that, Pwell yelled out towards Her and She finally stopped. When he inquired, Rhiannon responded that he only had to request Her to cease her elusiveness. Pwell and Rhiannon were married, and they had a son they named Pryderi. On the sunset of May Eve, this same infant's nurse-maids fell asleep, on the same night that Pryderi's nanny dropped off.

Trinity Knot symbol celtic jewelry
 holy trinity for Christians

One of the pieces within Celtic symbols in jewelry would be the Trinity Knot, a direct representation of the three goddesses for neo-pagans and the holy trinity for Christians. The story behind the goddesses is believed to empower mere mortals to practice and live a moral life, just like any religious belief, these gods and goddesses are superior and would have encapsulated within them the powers that we do not have.

The goddess that we would like to further learn about today would be Rhiannon, she is the goddess of forgiveness which is something that we can believe would be very timely for today’s society. Allow us to share with you the story of Rhiannon.

Teyrnon hacked off his sword with his remaining hand, allowing the foal to be saved. When Teyrnon looked out of the house, he found no one. He found a beautiful newborn son when he came back to the barn, and they adopted him. They started to notice that the child was fascinated by horses, had incredible abilities, and looked almost identical to Pwell. The boy, Pwell and Rhiannon's son, was discovered by Teyrnon, who inferred that the child was theirs and thus decided to return him to his parents. Teyrnon finished his story, in which he explained how and why the child was spotted, and Rhiannon was cleared of all charges and reinstated as queen in the palace.

The story of Rhiannon demonstrates that to effect change, we must use truth, patience, and love.

The myth in itself tells us so much how we would easily judge or ridicule people for their mistakes and in which Rhiannon shows us that the only way to forgive is the utmost exuberance of love and patience. She could have done anything in her power to prove that she wasn’t guilty of taking her son’s life, but instead, she accepted what was brought upon her and patiently waited for the truth to set her free. In the end, justice was served and she is now celebrated and adored.

The beauty behind Celtic pieces of jewelry is that it is more than just an added piece to your overall look, but it also allows you to express your values and beliefs with ease.

If you have other Celtic Myths that you would want us to share with you, please let us know in the comments below.

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