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Blodeuwedd

Godinnen

Nine powers of nine flowers,

Nine powers in me combined,

Nine buds of plant and tree.

Long and white are my fingers

As the ninth wave of the sea.
 Hanes Blodeuwedd


Blodeuwedd is the Welsh Maiden Goddess, revered on Avalon as the Goddess of  new beginnings, independence and empowerment.  The story which patriarchy has to tell of Blodeuwedd can be found in the branch of the Mabinogion called Math, Son of Mathonwy.  She is made of Nine Flowers by the great magicians Math and Gwydion, to be the Bride of Llew, the Welsh Sun God. She chooses another lover, who attempts to slay Her husband, but Llew instead turns into an Eagle.  Llew is found and restored by Gwydion, who transforms Blodeuwedd into an Owl as punishment.  There is much more to this story than meets the eye... look beyond what is written to see the truth.
The name "Blodeuwedd" means "Flower Face", which refers to Her Flower origins as well as her association with the owl.... which in Wales, still bears Her name: blodeuwedd.


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