Lugh was met by the gatekeeper, and was asked what talent he had, for it was a tradition there that only those who had a special ability could enter the palace. In the second battle of moytura, Lugh steps forward to defeat Balor who has an evil eye that can destroy anything or anyone at a glance. IMHO, the sami probably came from the finnish gulf, karelia like, migrated into scandinavia and subjugated/destroyed the remaining huntergatherers in scandinavia armed with their superior technology of reindeer herding. The Odin/Lugh connection, that's not as strong - but both of them are spear-wielding, battle-leading, wise and talented gods, associated with ravens. Llew, (if he is the Welsh form of Lugh), transforms into an eagle when he is wounded with a spear and perches in a tree. Lugh’s name mgiht come from a word for light. Lugh was a member of the ancient pantheon of Irish gods the Tutha de Dannann. Lugh's grandfather, Balor of the Evil Eye, had been told he would be murdered by a grandson, so he imprisoned his only daughter in a cave. It As the god of oaths, he held domain over rulers and nobility. (Some tradtitions make Diancécht Lugh’s grandfather.) As for poor old Tyr, he remains a mystery. Dec 2, 2017 - Explore welshspeaker's board "Lugh Shrine" on Pinterest. He even used the golden sword occasionally, like during the slaying of the giant Tityos, during the gigantomachy. According to Hesoid, Apollo was born clutching a golden blade. One explanation is that mercenaries from the roman army come back home and use their expertize in violence to assert themselves. inter-relationship The official website and homepage for Thor Ewing, historian and writer on Viking-age and Early Medieval culture and the Scottish clans. Mad Sweeney was originally King Lugh of the Tuatha Dé Danann who fought against the Fomorians, who were led by his grandfather, Balor. He also believes himself that … Apollo took over from Helios as sun-god in the Classical world, especially during the late, Hellenistic period. grafted on to an existing religious system. (Simek: 214) Lugh in his versatility (one of his names was Samhildánach, “skilled in all arts”) and as patron of travelers would fit as a Celtic Mercury. I was intrigued, however, by the Odin/Dagda comparison. we see that the links go deeper. One of the Tuatha seduced her, and she gave birth to triplets. In Sparta, Apollo was essentially a war god, holding spear in one hand and bow in another. simple correspondence of one god to another. Balder-Loki-Odin (woden) The complex He evolved into the Irish king Suibhne who was cursed by St. Ronan to madness and wandering. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Outside the Odin will cut down his favourites, or see them die, to swell his army at ragnarok. Whilst there ), in ancient Celtic religion, one of the major gods.He is one of the deities whom Julius Caesar identified with the Roman god Mercury (Greek: Hermes). His most common epithets are Lámfada ([ˈlaːwad̪ˠə], "of the long arm," possibly for his skill with a Lugus, also called Lug, or Lugh, (Celtic: “Lynx,” or “Light”? Without any one of In Wales, a similar figure Lleu Llaw Gyffes appears. Lugh or Lug is one of the most prominent gods in Irish mythology. Graf, Frtiz, 2008: Apollo (Gods and Heroes of the Ancient World), Routledge. Aug 18, 2015 - The Pagan Musings DAILY DEITY Lugh Lugh of the Long Arm Pantheon: Celtic Element: Air Sphere of Influence: Carpentry and Aptitude Preferred colors: Associated symbol: White Stag … There is no confirmation that there was a solar deity in Ireland but if there was it wasn’t Lugh. Gemstones like adventurine and agate come in handy as well, as do plants such as aspen trees, lilies, lavender and even ferns. It is also worth noting that parallels exist between the Irish Lugh, Gaulish Lugus, German Wotan, the English Woden, and Norse Odin. I really enjoyed reading this! Imho, Odin represents a celtic influence most of all. Lugh is a rather solemn and calm individual that is also a seemingly very intelligent individual. Thomas Apel. Also, reindeerherding is pretty late as well. The word lugos means “raven”, and there are ravens on coins from Lugdunum (named for Gaulish Lugos). The leave physical signs of their presence so that you can confirm that your not dreaming or hallucinating and … I've often heard in discussion and on ADF lists that, despite the fact that many Wiccan sources seem to think so, Lugh is not a solar deity. Among his many skills he could play the harp and sing, and one of his names was  Ildánach (“skilled in many arts”). |. His battle-fury causes him to shape-shift, which makes him temporarily one-eyed, so both Lugh and Odin affect their eyes as part of their magic. Green, Miranda 1997: Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend, Routledge. ), in ancient Celtic religion, one of the major gods.He is one of the deities whom Julius Caesar identified with the Roman god Mercury (Greek: Hermes). Though Lugh may not have been a solar deity, I seem to remember that in one legend his appearance on the battlefield was mistaken for the rising of the sun in the west instead of the east. Lugh is the Gaelic interpretation whilst Lugus is the Brythonic of which there is only archaeological evidence. The temptation is to say that the three make up an Indo-European pattern. As the god of oaths, he held domain over rulers and nobility. This and most other indicators in the mythological cycle suggest that Lugh was a harvest god and/or weather god who possibly was a later development on an earlier hunter god (as previously mentioned, the constellation Orion). Someone should write one…, I think you’ve found a niche in the market there…, Pingback: Magpies (and Skadi) – We Are Star Stuff, you forgot lugh = loki, both fire deities (the harsh summer sun) which resemble Hepaistos, Mercurys darker brother. “I am the child of earth and starry heaven.” – Petelia Tablet, “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” – Oscar Wilde. Jan 29, 2020 - Explore Carrie Finnigan's board "Lugh" on Pinterest. of Óðinn = Gwydion = Balar, Loki = Lleu = Lugh is In this episode of Deadliest Deity, the one eyed all father Odin will face of agains the god of Versatility, Lugh! (Greek myth gives but poor pickings for the I-E comparativist, but usually the first function is given to Zeus and Ouranos, or else Zeus in two aspects: the god of justice and the thunderer. Hey, I know the romans thought that Odin/Lugh were other forms of Merucry in celtic/norse mythology. Superficially, however, they couldn’t be more different. Both have spears, both are associated with being one-eyed (though with Lugh this was only a magical stance, not an actual loss of an eye). is a I’ll have to check those out. Brigid. magical partnership. Imho, it is better to seek the origins of Odin on the continent and maybe among the environment in the camps of the Foederati than among the sami. I think Lugh does combine elements of Odin and Loki, which makes him a very interesting god. Just as neolithic farmers had pushed hunter gatherers off areable land some 2-3TY before or so. He was an archer, and a hunter. Lugh, also known as Lugus, was a Celtic deity, who was also a warrior-hero and king of men, who was also a member of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Ignore all those other fools, here it is: Balor died, came back as Odin, Sweeney/Lugh felt terrible about it, went mad from the church's influence over his worshippers and from grief. Óðinn appear to have been popular, there is no trace Balor drowned two of them, but Lugh survived and was raised by a smith. Ignore all those other fools, here it is: Balor died, came back as Odin, Sweeney/Lugh felt terrible about it, went mad from the church's influence over his worshippers and from grief. Lugh was also sometimes considered a son of Danu and Beli. Balor is probably representative of blight. Puhvel, Jaan 1987: Comparative Mythology, John Hopkins University Press. ), While Lugh can be seen as a prototypically Irish deity, both Odin and Apollo have a sort of otherness about them. Later, in Christian England the date was called Lammas, after the Saxon phrase hlaf maesse, or "loaf mass." Odin was banished from Asgard for raping Rind. well have taken place as the myths rubbed shoulders down the Tyr seems pretty warlike too and I always thought that the focus on war came from the contact with the romans. Lugh is also sometimes equated to Odin; Michael Enright, in Lady with a Mead Cup suggests that Odin and Lugh may both be derived from Esus. (Lugh and Apollo have sons who are in sense their doubles – they possess some of their father’s powers, intensified. Odin, too, is the god of poets, having gone to considerable trouble to get the mead of poetry. Odin’s other furor, of course, is allied to the berserker and battle-rage. MacKillop, James 2004: Dictionary of Celtic Mythology, OUP. In Celtic mythology and religion, Lugh is the god of light or the harvest, his festival, on August 1st, is called Lughnasadh.Lugh is worshipped in Irish Tradition as a deity of the sun. inheritance of Celtic and Germanic peoples alike. Lugh however, like Thor, was very important to farmers – Lughnasadh is a harvest festival. characterisation of its heroes, and in no case appears to be No skyfall combos. He leads the Tuatha de Danaan against the Fomorians and wins. This is really difficult to get a grip on. In the interpretatio romana Celtic gods associated with the arts were compared to Apollo, and if the Romans had reached Ireland, no doubt this would have included Lugh. As for Lugh, he makes the Sons of Tuireann get various magical items as penance for killing his father, but won’t let them use one, a pigskin that heals all wounds, to cure theirs. No Greek God had more rustic shrines devoted to them than Apollo. Earlier versions of Lugh in Ireland are likely that of a war god. Freya. These figures are fascinating yet mysterious, their stories keeping the tantalizing secrets of paths of initiation from long ago. He threw a spear through Balor's eye and beheaded him. [/i] Setup Redigera. realms of myth, Lugh retreated from the world, and in time, became "Mad Sweeney", the fuckin' and fightin' leprechaun. The story of Lugh is an interesting one; he was the son of Fomorian princess, Eithne, and a man, Cian, of the Tuatha De Danann. He had many titles including "Lugh Lámhfhada" (Lugh of the Long-Arm) and "Lugh Samhioldánach" (Lugh equally skilled in all the arts). of any All those “solar” deities are bound to a mercurial aspect by mythology – close kinship – be it younger brother or blood brother. Lugh is such a one, so is Odin from the Northern myths and so is Horatio, the hero who held the bridge against the invading Etruscan armies in Roman history. Another link between Apollo, Odin and Lugh is the eagle. They got this treatment imo because of their importance. |. See more ideas about Celtic gods, Celtic, Celtic mythology. Recorded in the Ulster Cycle? Lugh heals his son, Cúchulainn. See more ideas about celtic gods, celtic mythology, gods and goddesses. Lugh was more likely considered to be synonymous with the constellation Orion and has more in common with Þórr and possibly Sigurd. This holiday was called Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-NA-sah). Lugh is sometimes seen as a Celtic Sun God, or a thunder deity, though many people believe him to be nothing more than a highly skilled leader. Check out our lugh selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our figurines shops. I stumble across Zeus, Odin, Ra, Lugh, and Jesus all hanging out together. Loki, not Lleu alone, but with Gwydion and Math, not Lugh alone, Lugh was a Celtic deity, who was also a warrior-hero and king of men, who was also a member of the Tuatha Dé Danann. They die, and their father is left mourning them. Lugh’s fame lived on for the very reason that he wasn’t the most important god of the priestly caste or the warriors – but of the farming folk and Ireland was a land of mostly agricultural workers up until less than a century ago. Odin is the outlier here, although a late and non-canonical tradition has the sun and moon as his eyes. Lugh, among his many skills, is a warrior. He threw a spear through Balor's eye and beheaded him. An Ancient God for Modern Times . He had many titles including "Lugh Lámhfhada" (Lugh of the Long-Arm) and "Lugh Samhioldánach" (Lugh equally skilled in all the arts). But as Snorri describes him, you can see Saami influence in his magical powers. One Irish tale relates of how the god travelled to Tara, and arrived during a feast for the royal court. I wouldn’t rule out that once upon a time Ogma was another of the Dagda’s names but certainly in the surviving literature they are presented as different deities. I stumble across Zeus, Odin, Ra, Lugh, and Jesus all hanging out together. Finally, all three gods share an implacable ruthlessness. They do have a lot in common – champions, gods who proected the people and the harvest. Odin. But Odin, who had roles similar to those of Zeus and the Celtic god Lugh, would quickly assume the position. But im not well read in the stories of Wotan, if he has similar qualities of Odin then it seems the influence would not be Sami. This creature is named " Morrigan Lugus, " after multi-headed deities from Celtic mythology. share aspects Angela Hall), D. S. Brewer (reprint). It’s not an obvious one, but when you think about it they do have their similarities. His domain as a god was included war, smithing and the arts, and was also sometimes seen as a trickster. Bel- lugh- gwyidion that the primary parallels are found, and definite but Moreover, another french scholar, Bernard Sergent, put in parallel Lug and Apollon in his “Celto-Hellenica”, published in “Livre des Dieux. of these tales appears to underline the assumption that the root-myth Ask Marsyas or Niobe. Explore the Norse pantheon and rediscover the classic Germanic gods including Odin, Thor and Loki, Freya, Baldur, Heimdall and more. This could have been because of the similarity between the name Odhran and the ancient Viking God Odin. The interweaving I want to mention, however, that Apollo is a war deity as well. Tyr was the original king of the gods. Lugh in Irish tradition Birth. Actually, Georges Dumézil had already compared Apollo’s functions to Odin’s functions and stated that both are trifunctional and cover similar functions (see “Apollon sonore et autres essais”, 1982). Ravens, wolves, and serpents were all sacred to him, totemic emblems of his power. To be fair, he sacrifices his eye, nearly dies, and gives up his dignity and status in pursuit of knowledge, so he is equally ruthless with himself. West, M. L. 2007: Indo-European Poetry and Myth, OUP. He fights mainly as an archer, although he intervenes more physically against Patroclus: Three times did he climb upon it, and three times did Apollo push him back, laying his hand upon the boss of his shield. The exact origins of Odin are unknown but many believe that he is an evolved concept based on a mostly overlooked proto-Norse god. As Jaan Puhvel says, “With his one-eyed paralyzing battle magic (herfjöturr, literally “host fetter”) and spear Gungnir [Odin] resembles Lugh, but the external appearance of the Celtic whiz kid could not be more unlike the old man with his slouch hat…” (195) Lugh and Apollo fit together better, both being young and radiant, and many-skilled. Both Lugh and Loki are tricksters, much like Apollo’s brother Hermes, and both certainly charge around on quests in a similar manner to the wing-heeled Greek god of mischief and errands. expect the pattern to be more obvious. They include deities that are most appropriate for use in a game, divorced from their historical context in the real world and united into pantheons that serve the needs of the game. Gemstones like adventurine and agate come in handy as well, as do plants such as aspen trees, lilies, lavender and even ferns. I’ve read a lot about Apollo and Odin, but there’s not much information concerning Lugh. Archeologists find that villages and large farms that have existed in the same place for a thousand years disapear and new dwllings apear nearby. The names of Loki and Lugh appear to derive from a common Prot-Indo-European linguistic root: leuk, meaning ‘flashing light’, being the root of the Latin words lucis (actual light) and lux (spiritual light) and the Old Norse worse logi (fire) as well as the Greek word for ‘white’ or ‘bright’. Lugh retreated from the world, and in time, became "Mad Sweeney", the fuckin' and fightin' … (His son, Asklepios, had sacred snakes in his shrines.). Odin's got one eye, Lugh (in some stories) closes an eye to do certain magics. That’s true – you could certainly use that if you wanted to make a case for Lugh as a sun/light god. Thanks for the thought-provoking comment! How-To Tutorials; Suggestions; Machine Translation Editions; Noahs Archive Project; About Us. I like the idea of Odin and Gwydion – that really works for me. The skill calls Sunlight Wheel. All three are intellectual, associated with the arts, and have magical or oracular powers in addition to an unforgiving nature. Updated on 5/21/18. It is also worth noting that parallels exist between the Irish Lugh, Gaulish Lugus , German Wotan , the English Woden , and Norse Odin . "Similar to the Roman god Mercury, Lugh was known as a god of both skill and the distribution of talent. (He turns it from white to black in his rage. It is a 6 stars god monster which costs 25 units and it has 2 skills in Puzzle & Dragons. His domain as a god was included war, smithing and the arts, and was also sometimes seen as a trickster. Home; Books; Search; Support. [1] In the Lebor Gabála Érenn Cian gives the boy to Tailtiu, queen of the Fir Bolg, in fosterage. After reading "Comparative Mythology" by Jaan Puhvel, in which he puts forward the idea that Lugh is one of many storm/warrior deities who appear as chiefs… West (164) thinks that all three gods were influenced by shamanic ideas: I should be inclined to ascribe them not to (Indo-)European inheritance but to the diffusion of shamanistic motifs from the Finno-Ugric peoples, from the east to Scandinavia and from the north, across Scythia and Thrace, to the Greeks. The Dagda's mother was the great goddess Dana, a sort of "All-Mother." Odin being a kind of psychopompos like Hermes/Mercury. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. The name Lugh and some of his attributes come from the earlier pan-Celtic god Lugus. However, there are a few other gods associated with Wednesday, including Odin and Hermes, Athena, and Lugh. Lugus, also called Lug, or Lugh, (Celtic: “Lynx,” or “Light”? Bölthorr's He was an archer, and a hunter. Lugh was not a solar deity. Odin may have replaced Tyr as god of war among north Germanic peoples. Both have spears, both are associated with being one-eyed (though with Lugh this was only a magical stance, not an actual loss of an eye). Celtes et Grecs”, 2004, in which the comparison between Lug and Apollo cover over more 360 pages). To decide which deity is the most fearsome and deadlist in battle, their power, skills and weapons will be looked at and put into perspective. Lugh is a god of the forge, which has many associations in traditional witchcraft such as the Clan of Tubal Cain. but with Cian and Balar. The Celtic, Egyptian, Greek, and Norse pantheons are fantasy interpretations of historical religions from our world’s ancient times. them, the relationship between these stories would appear to But Odin, who had roles similar to those of Zeus and the Celtic god Lugh, would quickly assume the position. (Saxo grammaticus) Lugh starts out as an outsider, but once he proves his versatility to the doorkeeper of the Tuatha, he is accepted as one of them. You probably have all of this information, but to collect it here might be useful. Irish folklore has preserved the old account of Balar and his grandson Lugh. Lugh PRINT, Celtic god Lugh art, solar deity, sun god art, solar wheel, sun wheel, Irish myth illustration, Lughnasadh, Lamfada warrior hero ... Ravens ring in solid 925 sterling silver / Raven ring in solid silver Law 925 /Lugh Ring/ Odin Ring/Mythological Ring OscarBonignoOrfebre. Join Facebook to connect with Odin Lugh and others you may know. The 7 Phases of Godspousery I went throughout the 6 years of my relationship with Lugh: SHOCK & DENIAL- Yes, it was a very shocking moment in my life when I discovered that gods and humans still had romantic relationships, even more so that a deity wanted a relationship with me. Odin often appears with two other gods, either his brothers Vili and Ve or Loki and Hoenir. Birth. Lugh's father is Cian of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and his mother is Ethniu, daughter of Balor, of the Fomorians.In Cath Maige Tuired their union is a dynastic marriage following an alliance between the Tuatha Dé and the Fomorians. (West: 129), Two of these gods have been fitted into the Indo-European schema by Georges Dumézil, who saw Lugh and Odin as the dark, avenging, magical side of the priestly/judicial 1st function. I am the author of five books on mythology, including one on sun-goddesses. Odin was worshiped by the Norse as a god of war among other things, including poetry and the arts. Lugh is linked with the harvest festival of Lughnasadh, which bears his name. Lugh was a master of many talents. Lugh is a god of the forge, which has many associations in traditional witchcraft such as the Clan of Tubal Cain. These Greek, Nordic and Celtic gods may not seem to have much in common at first glance, but they resemble each other in several ways, all of which illuminate aspects of their characters. He was the High King of Ireland from 1870–1830 BC.He evolved into the Irish king Suibhne who was cursed by St. Ronan to madness and wandering. Close • Posted by 1 minute ago. I didn’t know that there were so many eagle associations among the three, but it makes sense. On the eve of the Battle of Moira in AD 637, he is transformed into a bird and flees in derangem… Lugh was a master of many talents. Lugh is also sometimes equated to Odin; Michael Enright, in Lady with a Mead Cup suggests that Odin and Lugh may both be derived from Esus. Ryūto Asamiya (朝宮 龍斗 Asamiya Ryūto), also known as Odin, was the former leader of Ragnarök and childhood friend and rival of Kenichi and was one of the main antagonists of the Ragnarök Saga. with several Celtic figures, and no neat summation on the lines Other than the Dagda who was the master of all. Thor. You see these four gods all showing clear signs of their divine nature out and about. Cernunnos. That makes the three gods even more similar. Apollo is the odd one out here, literally, since he never appears as anything but a singular god. It is also worth noting that parallels exist between the Irish Lugh, Gaulish Lugus, German Wotan, the English Woden, and Norse Odin. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. both Lugh and Odin have a strong mercurial side to themselves – Lugh being a kind of “Macgyver” and no stranger to pranks – like Loki, too. (MacKillop: 306). is of ancient origin. Tacitus said that the Germans worshipped Mercury. Very interesting! Odin is also a late god or a god that gained prominence rather late. Balor is probably representative of blight. Or at least, indication on deep cultural contact. (Time and again in the myths and sagas we hear of him intervening personally in a battle.). is not truly one of the Æsir This and most other indicators in the mythological cycle suggest that Lugh was a harvest god and/or weather god who. Apollo is rarely depicted as a warrior, except in the Iliad, where he does intervene personally on the Trojan side. Lugh or Lug (; modern Irish: Lú) is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He was the High King of Ireland from 1870–1830 BC. Yeah, there’s whole books on Apollo and Odin, but not Lugh. You see these four gods all showing clear signs of their divine nature out and about. After his defeat at the hands of Kenichi, he joined YOMI and became Isshinsai Ogata's disciple. The oracle at Delphi was one of Apollo’s oldest sanctuaries, and he had other oracles, both famous and humble. And when Patroclus climbed for the fourth time, then Apollo cried to him in a dreadful voice: “Go back, Patroclus; it is not for you to take the great city of Troy, no, nor even for Achilles, who is a far better man than you.”, To the Greeks, archers were a bit sneaky, unlike the regular soldiers who had to face their foes. It is also worth noting that parallels exist between the Irish Lugh, Gaulish Lugus, German Norse Odin. Shop | The Goddess & The Green Man. Óðin’s Irish counterpart is the Dagda, who like Óðin has many names one of which literally translates as horseman all father. Sep 17, 2017 - Explore Claire Manning's board "God - Lugh" on Pinterest. 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