Category:Druid, Wicca, and Feri Deities

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A statue by Oberon Ravenheart Zell of the Earth Goddess, Gaia, celebrating her role as the keeper of all life

Druidry, Wicca, and Feri are Neo-Pagan Traditions that derive a large part of their cosmology and concepts of deity from ancient Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Gaelic, and other Northern European religions. Neo-Pagan Traditions vary in practice and their specific pantheons differ according to the cultures in which they ground their religious practice.


Who Are the Pagan and Neo-Pagan Deities?

Most Neo-Pagan Traditions are polytheistic, celebrating several gods and goddesses in their practice. Typically the god and goddess are portrayed as consorts to one another, and their story of courtship, love, conception, childbirth, death, and transition back to life are the focus of their mysteries in Neo-Pagan holiday celebrations. Below is a list of typical types of gods and goddesses found in many Neo-Pagan Traditions, including Druidry, Wicca, and the Feri Tradition.

Popular Pagan and Neo-Pagan Deities

A Beltane altar dedicated to the flirtatious energy of The Maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess
The Horned God Cernunnos of the Celts depicted on the side of the Gundestrup Cauldron
A Samhain altar with offerings to the Dark Goddess Cerridwen

The Blue God

The Blue God is worshipped in the Feri Tradition as the God who fell from heaven to gift humanity with awareness and intellect. (Read More ...)


Dagda is the Celtic God of the Earth

The Dark Goddess

The Dark Goddess, sometimes called Cerridwen, is the keeper of souls, the owner of the gate between the worlds of the living and the dead. (Read More ...)

The Divine Twins

The Divine Twins are two distinct gods who are brothers worshipped and celebrated in many pagan traditions including Feri, Wicca and Druidry. (Read More ...)

The Earth Goddess

The Earth Goddess, also known as Gaia, is worshipped as the divine consciousness of the planet Earth itself. (Read More ...)


Eostre is the Celtic goddess of spring.

The Green Man

The Green Man is the God of living vegetation, agriculture and nature whose life cycle is intimately tied to the Wheel of the Year. (Read More ...)

The Horned God

The Horned God or Cernunnos is prominent in Wicca and Druidry as the God of the animals who is deeply connected to our instincts. (Read More ...)


Lilith whose name means "disease-bearing wind spirit," is an ancient Sumerian demon or succubus venerated by some Gnostics and Neo-Pagans. (Read More...)


Lugh is a solar deity of sorcery, poetry, history, and carpentry.


Macha is the Celtic goddess of war, life, and death.

The Morrigan

The Morrigan is the great queen of war and ghosts.

The Star Goddess

The Star Goddess is the keeper of the heavens and the stars, and the creator of the cosmos. (Read More ...)

The Triple Goddess

The Triple Goddess is not one Goddess, but rather a collection of three faces of the divine feminine: The Maiden, The Mother, and The Crone. (Read More ...)

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