[Christine’s Halloween Monster and Faery List]

Kings: Túatha Cruithne: People of Wheat

Cait Mac Cathbodua Caither, Caturix, Cathal, Cathbad, Keith (Husk, Pod Son of Grain Cauldron) Cahir Calatín Dána, Caladh (Hardness) Teutatés, Tuath-dia, Toutiorix, Tudur Aled, Tudor, Twedwr, Tudual, Ollototae, §Virotutis, Mercury Teutates (Benefactor of Humanity) Cé Mac Delbaith-Dana, Cáechán, Caochán, Cee Mach Caoch (Cream Divine Son of Milk) Cet Mach Matach (Rejoicer, Ocean) Glythvyr (Gormandizer) Nár (Shame) Máelchú, Maelgwn Gwynedd (Silver White Hound) Giolla na Chroicean Gobhar (Silver One with the Goat-skin) Caw (Jackdaw) Naw (Ninth) Maine Mórgor (Many the Strongly Dutiful), Rónán Mac Áedh Finnen, Reunan (Little Seal Divine Son of Fire) Rónchúr, Ron Cer (Seal Hound) Ronald Booe (Seal Fire) Umor, Cynfarch, Cilydd Canhastyr, Kilydd ap Kelyddon (Companion of 100 Grips, Spouse)

Tudur of Llangollen: Land of Wealth is a young man who lives in a hollow on the mountainside half-way up to the ruins of Dinas Bran Castle: Raven Castle, called Nant yr Ellyllon at Llangollen: Hazel Place, Wales. As he is herding sheep on a summer night a faery musician dressed in moss breeches, birch leaf coat, beetle-wing shoes, & gorse flower helmet arrives with a violin, but no harp. A Welshman even cannot dance without a harp. The musician replies that you can dance better to the violin., but has to explain it because the god has not seen it. The Tylwyth Teg then come to dance

Welcome Cet
Heart of ice, strong chariot-chief
Battling sea, fair shapely bull,
Cet mach Matach

Brothers: Aillil: River Poem, En: Bird, Sualdaim: Virtous / Fergus Lethderg: Red Side, Murchú: Sea Hound, Usnach: Water

(pron. KAT, cahvah, KAH-ba, KOH-hal, KAH-hal, TID-ir, TID-or, TOO-dwahl, TO-dee, KAY, KAY-chawn, KEEHAN, mayl-DOON, muldoon, Na-oo, ROH-nawn, RUH-nahn, ROWN-koo, RAWN-uhld, KIHL-OO-TH) The Tuatha Cruithne live in Muirthemne: The Country Over The Waves. Triple god: Seithoir: Cloud, Teithoir: Sea of fertility, earth, agriculture & King of Connacht who is the son of the Goddess Cathbodua. He wears a sparkling diadem, has dark eyes, twelve daughters and can make himself as tall as a tree. He remains dry when it is raining and lights fires. He can go nine nights and days without sleep and can stay under water for nine days and nights. No doctor can heal wounds inflicted from his sword. Scotland areas he was given: Marr & Buchanan He was left the knuckles of a boar at Mac Da Tho: Son of the Two Mute’s feast in Leinster and was assaulted with the decapitated head of his brother Anluan: Raven. In the Immram Curaig Maile Dúin: Voyage of Maile Dún he visits islands with: giant ants, birds, monsters, demon horses, walls, fiery creatures, cats, white sheep and black sheep [transmigration of souls], river of boiling water, weeping black people, walls of crystal, gold, silver, and copper, crystal bridge, talking birds, hermit, and giant smiths. The last four islands he visits are: The Isle of Women, fruit, magical birds, and an island protected by a wall of fire. His holy well is in Ballynaleck, Ireland and his feast day is July 7th. His nephew is Blane: Yellow One
 One of the three major Celtic Divinities. Teutates was said by Caesar’s army to have had humans sacrificed to him by drowning. He is a giant with white hair & robe, purple cloak, brass-iron shield, swan quill, writing stick with seal fur and black horse. He invented the crafts of mankind and is called Albiorix: King of the World in Albicin Vauciusc, Gaule. [Albicin/Sacromonte is in Granada. Albycin a series of mountains] One of the 13 knights of the round table, made of oak. God of the Green World of Oak [Spring, Summer] who sleeps in Winter. The Culdees buried him as a 20 year old man with long, curly red hair, flowing mustache & sideburns inside a hollow oak. He pined for the goddess Arduinna: Oak and died a triple death. He offers homage to Grian: Lord of Life. Killed by the bleeding sword held by death, the grey woman of the sea, and the rustling step of the Blind One of the green wood: She that is called Silence.
 His enchanted castle with three fires in each room and seven spits in each fire is at Cahirciveen [Kerry]. He carries Finn’s game to Cnoc an Ar: High Hill, sows corn by the lake of the serpent, ties a serpent & man-eating bull to oaks & kills the wild sow. His army & hag are killed by Finn’s sons: Pog: Kiss & Ceol: Music. He and his twenty seven sons [The nine-fold god x 3] slain by Conn: Reed & Cú Chúlainn: Hazel. Medb: Intoxicating One gives birth to six children who avenge him. The clan studies sorcery for seventeen years in Scotland & Babylon. St. Cattan travels to Wales to ask Guinevere to join a nunnery. Christians have him killing nine witches and ridding the island of Angelsey of the Palug Cat. Others say he is the Palug Cat. Germany home of the Teutates tribe. Place-Names: Loctudy, Caithness, Kilchattan, Garbh & Bute Islands, Ceiteach, Keith: House of the Rejoicer in East Lothian, Scotland and Lough Ce. Ronan disguised himself as a leper with a wooden leg and cut off the head of the High King Aedh: Fire. He then fled Ireland to the Land of the Green Mountains at the end of the world with the goddess Mhorag who gave birth to their son Ian: Sun. St. Ronan, 6th C. Irish-born monk, founded a hermitage in the forest of Locronan in Brittany. His feast day is February 2nd. (24, 52, 53, 55, 58, 60, 63, 64, 71, 73, 75, 77, 80, 82, 84, 90, 98, 101, 102, 145, 146, 147)
Cruithne (Wheat) Cawrdaf ap Caradawc ap Brân, Cardiff ap Gawain (Giant Son of Soul Carrier Son of Raven) Maine Cotagaib Uli (Many Combining All Qualities) Cruttíne (Truth) Cruith (Harp) Ector (Steadfast)(pron. croo-ny, KAH-OOR-DAV, MA-nya, MAN-ee) Parthlónian: Shape of a Woman god whose seven children divided Scotland between them. The Cruithne, or Picts, have their chief stronghold at Beregonium, overlooking the Bay of Selma, not far from the mouth of Loch Etive, below the Falls of Lora, in West Argyll. King of the Fferreg: Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren: Intermediacy Water Opening Summer. In Homer’s the Iliad his brother is Paris. Andromache begs him not to go to Troy, which will kill him, and mentions Astyanax, their son. She tells the fate of the women and children condemned to slavery at the sack of Thebes. His cathedrals are in Moscow, Llangowdra, Ceredigion, Abererch, Llyn, Llangoed, Yns Môn, Wave of Tuaithe, Northern Ireland, Ceirw Penmon: Deerhead & Yns Seiriol: Sparkling Island, Wales. His Feast day is Dec 5th. (71, 73, 75)
Molios, Arvernus (Seed) Arbhaleana (Country of Grain)Colum calls Molios: Prince of the Tuatha Cruithne and sends Cathal: Husk to learn from him for four months at his cave home at the Isle of A-rinn: Isle of the Peak. He has white hair and the Culdee Priests mistakenly wrote that he died in the north. He goes to the sacred oak on the Isle. Arvernus, France home of the Arveni tribe. Arbhaleana: Scotland. Many varieties of grain are cultivated; due to the fertility of the soil. (96, 162)
Circinn, Cirech, Cirig (Descendants of the Sheep)Angus and the Mearns. Angus-dhu: Black Angus, is a seal-man with dark, round, eyes. He is the son of Suibne Araide. (162, 189)
Fótla (Earth)(pron. FOO-ha) Ruled Athfodla or Atholl and Gowrie for 50 years.
Fiobh, Fib, Fyfe (Fairy Hounds)(pron. FIFE) Fib ruled for twenty four years over the area now known as Fife and Kinross. Fiobh means Forest in Danish. In the book of Deer the people of Fife are called the cu-sidhe: fairy hounds.
Fortriu, Fortrenn, Fortran, Fortchern (People of the Slow Winding River) Cherdne Mac Fergus Meic Erc (Friend Son of Divine Salmon) Ferchertnae úa Goll, Fer Gar, Farquar Mac Donn Désa, Ffrarchoir Mac Muireadhach, Ferchar Mac Ro (Friendly Man) Gabalgline(pron. FIRT-karn, FER-a-char, FER-uh-xuhr, far-CHART-nee, fâr’hârt ne) Scottish King of Lorne (d. 697) and ancestor of the Chattan and Farquarson clans. Ruled for seventy years over the area now known as Strathearn and Menteith. He takes the form of an ancient blind seer of the Clan Dedad and was consulted by the goddess Medbh: Intoxicating One & god Ailill: Fire about the debility of the men of Ulster. He went to the tower of Loch Ness with his three sons Daring Drop, Hardy Holly, & Fiallan to bring Deidre and the sons of Uisnech to the court of his nephew King Conchubar of Ulster. He seized the goddess Blaithnát: Flower and jumped off a cliff with her. (54, 57, 58, 73, 79, 80, 100)
Fidach (Woodsman) Moreabh(pron. MORE-AYV) Moray, Scotland

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