Altars to our Goddesses & Gods

The ancient Irish Goddesses and Gods are still venerated in ritual, in nature and in personal
shrines here in Ireland and across the world.
I am fascinated to see where my cards and posters of The Ever-Living Ones find a home,
especially when they are on altars surrounded by candles, flowers and incense.
Below you will glimpse some of the ways that people honour our Goddesses and Gods today.

Thank you to everyone who kindly sent me their photographs.
This gallery will, I hope, continue to grow.
If you include any of my Ever-Living Ones in your own veneration and would like to share a photo
here please email me or contact me via Facebook.

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THE CAILLEACH / WINTER CRONE
on the altar of Laura Knight - Pic © Laura Knight.




THE CAILLEACH at Cairn T, Loughcrew takes Her place on the altar.
Photo © Gerri Andrades




THE HAG OF THE MILL ~ Original painting
Pic © Lou Hart.

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MANANNÁN MAC LÍR joins THE CAILLEACH at Bheara :)
Thanks to Julie Francis.




Beautiful altar honouring The Cailleach and the Ancestors.
Pic © Margaret Oldenburger-Coffa


An Cailleach © Jeremy Ó Raghallaigh
Dian Cécht © Ferdiad McGowan

The Dagdha & Anu © Pól Ó Corcráin
Manannán Mac Lír © Daniel McKenzie


Brigid © Barbara Vulso & Margaret Lansbrough

Anu & The Mórrigan © Claire Bellis

Pic © Jim aka Frater Servitor Lucem.
The Ever-Living Ones on the altar honouring the Celtic Gods at Conjure Dance USA- 
with thanks to Caroline Kenner.





Altar by Áine Máire Ní Mhuchú.


Altar by Lisa Ellen Atkin


 Altar by Pam Watson






Altars by Alison Powell

Altar by Ryan Denison.


Altar by Matthew Griffing.



Michelle Alu honours The Cailleach.

2 comments:

  1. Some great uses of your pictures Jane...Think I'll be using them at most of my celebration alters.
    Margaret x

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  2. Yes! Would love to see photos if you take any more Margaret.

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