Manannán Mac Lir (Mac Lir meaning "son of the sea") is a sea deity in Irish mythology. He is affiliated with both the Tuatha Dé Danann and the Fomorians. In the tales, he is said to own a boat named Scuabtuinne ("Wave Sweeper"), a sea-borne chariot drawn by the horse Enbarr, a powerful sword named Fragarach ("The Answerer"), and a cloak of invisibility (féth fíada). He is seen as the guardian of the Otherworld and one who ferries souls to the afterlife.
Pagan Great Rite The Forest God and Moon Goddess join their magical energies as they embrace in the most sacred Pagan Wiccan ritual. Seated on a pentacle within a circle, they are surrounded by symbols of their mastery over life, death, love, power and energy. While the historical origins of the actual Great Rite as sacred ritual are shrouded in mystery, for many Pagans and Wiccans today the symbolic Great Rite is central to their spiritual practices. $105.00 by joan