Like every woman, Celtic goddesses were equal parts strong and complex. They took on a variety of traits and protected in numerous ways. If there were one Celtic goddess to sum up your personality, who would it be? Embark on this quiz to the land of Celtic goddesses to find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Which emotion do you find yourself feeling the most?
Is there anything in this world that you feel connected to on a spiritual level?
Which power would you rather have?
Deep down inside, do you feel drawn to the darkness?
Choose the color that you wear well:
If someone was in need of help, what would you do?
Send love and good vibes.
Call for actual help.
Do everything in my power to help.
Stay by their side.
If you were something other than human in a past life, what would you have been?
As a goddess, what kind of hair would you want to have?
White as snow.
Red and long.
Dark and curly.
Blue like the ocean.
Blonde and braided.
What is your true strength?
In your opinion, women are....
You're most like the Celtic goddess Cerridwen. The keeper of the cauldron and the goddess of the moon, this Celtic goddess was all about agriculture, poetry, music, and art. With a name that means "chiding love," it's no wonder you and this goddess are two halves of a whole.
You're most like the goddess Epona! Known as the goddess of horse breeding, healing, prosperity, and mountains. This goddess is equal parts physical strength and spiritual resiliency. Called the Great Mare, she was worshiped by Roman soldiers. She was symbolized by horses and dogs.
You're most like the goddess Arinrhod! Known as the goddess of fertility and rebirth, this Celtic beauty was known to weave through cosmic time and fate. Her name, meaning "silver wheel," best represents the cycles of life. After all, what is done is done again, on and on.
You're most like the Celtic goddess Morrigan! This dark and stormy crow goddess was often associated with war and death. Complex and mysterious, she is the queen of phantoms and shape-shifters. With her witty and clever nature, she was truly powerful.
You're most like the Celtic goddess Brigit! Known as the goddess of poetry, healing, and smith craft, this goddess has been worshiped for over 1500 years. Her following was so powerful, that eventually the Celtic Christian Church had no choice but to adopt her as as a saint. Along with St. Patrick, she is the renowned patron Saint of Ireland.