Aine (Áine) is the Celtic Goddess of love, the sun, the moon, fertility, water, summer and sovereignty. She is honoured for her ability to grant abundance and fertility over the land. Being a Goddess of the sun Aine is said to have been given the nickname “bright”. She is said to have been able to shape-shift into “The Red Mare”, the horse who could never be outrun.
Aine is a nature Goddess and is associated with all the animals, flowers and the land. Aine was worshiped in the province of Munster and in Co Limerick there is a hill that is sacred to her called Knockainey Hill. She is also associated with lakes and rivers.
Water had a special magic for the Celts as a symbol of vitality and inspiration. Wells and springs were charged with magic powers. Lakes and rivers were the dwelling-places of otherworldly beings, like the Lady of the Lake in Arthurian legend.
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