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The Morrígan: History & Modern Cultus Resources

This page was first published on my polytheist Tumblr blog, Bean Chaointe, but due to some technical issues I decided it was better to host this here.

Disclaimer: This is not meant to present itself as the end-all, be-all of resources concerning the Morrígan.  The information here is information that I have found useful, but I absolutely do not claim any authority.  YMMV.

If there is something you would like to see linked on here or if you’re the owner of something you would like removed, please let me know.  All credit goes to the creators of their own work; I own nothing but what I’ve written myself, which has been marked with an asterisk for transparency.

This page is a work of love, devotion, and practicality.  It’s for the Morrígan, as herself and themselves, and for any of us who have tasted her names in the blood on our lips, and it’s a never-ending work in progress.


Table of Contents

  • Introductions & History
  • Her Cult
  • Contemporary Reflections on the Morrígan, Sovereignty, War, & Death
  • Tumblr Devotees and E-shrines
  • Books, Sites, & Organizations

Last updated: 13 March 2016

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Death’s Inaugural Reminder

On January 20th, the same day as Trump’s inauguration, I had a moment in which the world slowed down and I thought, Huh, there’s a very real possibility that I could die in about five seconds.

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The Habit of Culturally Appropriating

I’ve seen Pagans dismissing the reality of cultural appropriation as the shrill cries of people “playing the race card,” being too sensitive, or actively looking for something to get offended over.  The particulars on why it’s a legitimate problem have been addressed at great length elsewhere, but it’s a subject that seems to make the most people get the most defensive more quickly than any other.  Why?

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