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PostSubject: Celtic Animal Legends Part 2   Celtic Animal Legends Part 2 Icon_minitimeSun Mar 06, 2011 12:00 pm

Otter (Cù-dubh or Dòbhran): These animals, which live on our land, have strong magic powers. During the voyages of Maelduine, Brendan and others, these traveling Celts were met by helpful otters. The otter is a strong protector who helps with gaining wisdom, finding inner treasures or valuable talents, faithfulness, and the ability to recover from any crisis. Learn from them to enjoy life instead of just enduring it.

Pig (Muc): He is considered to be the magical, sacred food the Tuatha de Danann and an animal of Manannan mac Lir. In the Mabinogion Pwyll received a gift of pigs from the Underworld god Arawn. The writings of Merlin say that he spoke with a little pig in visions. Symbolic of the spiritual food necessary to the shaman.

Wolf (Madadh-alluidh): The wolf is a cunning, intelligent creature, capable of out-witting hunters. He can teach you how to read the signs of Nature in everything, how to pass by danger invisibly, how to outwit those who wish you harm, and how to fight when needed. Sometimes the wolf, seen on a journey, will lead you to a spiritual teacher and guide.

Rat (Radan): Rats are not viewed with favour by us, except by Vyctoria, but they have their place in shamanic journeys. Rats are sly, sometimes aggressive, creatures who can track down whatever they seek, defending themselves with great ferociousness.
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