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Do you believe in faeries? We take a look at the legendary Tuatha De Danann; the faerie kings and Queens of Celtic Lore...

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Flidais is a Goddess described in early Irish literature. She is a shape-shifter and member of the Tuatha Dé Danann, known by the epithet Foltchaín ("beautiful hair"). In the Middle Irish glossary, Cóir Anmann ("Fitness of Names"), she is said to be the wife of the legendary High King Adamair and the mother of Nia Segamain, who by his mother's power was able to milk deer as if they were cows. She is considered a Hunting Goddess.

(collage - Lunaea Weatherstone) DANU - It is said that those who worship her; the Tuatha de Danann (the children of DANU), retreated into the hollow hills of Ireland when the Milesians overcame the old ways. Afterwards they became know as the Sidhe or faery folk,.DANU is the power that is in nature and in the imagination of those who see magic in the twilight mist between the worlds.

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