Aves Noir Ravens in Celtic Mythology

Ravens in Celtic Mythology. Ravens figure heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death – especially the death of warriors in battle. Celtic war goddesses often took the form of a raven. In “The Dream of Rhonabwy”, the knight Owein battles King Arthur in a dream world assisted by ravens.…

The Celtic Knot Symbol and Its Meaning - Mythologian

Jan 24, 2018 · Celtic Knots and Their Meanings. Essentially, a single Celtic knot with no end is considered the symbol for the eternal circle of life. The points interweave to connect the physical and the spiritual. For instance, the Trinity Knot is said to be the connection between the mind, body, and spirit, or the three planes of existence.…

Celtic Knot Symbols - Meaning

Celtic Knots look likes strips which wind, weave and loop their way around each other. It can be just one strand which crosses back and forth on itself. Other times it is a number of strips. True Celtic Knots do not have loose ends. Some Celtic animal symbols (called zoomorphs) show a similar type of weaving to a knot.…