Saturday, July 21, 2012

Oonagh - Fairy Queen

Oonagh - Fairy Queen

Pronounced (OO-nuh)
also known as Oona, Onaugh

Oonagh is an ancient Irish Goddess. She is known as the queen of the fairies and the Goddess of nature, love and relationships.  Irish legend depicts her as having long silky golden hair that goes all the way to the ground. She wears a long sparkling silver grown that shimmers with dew that look like little diamonds all over it. It is said that she was so beautiful that no man could look at her without being rendered speechless with her beauty. She was the faithful wife of Fionnbharr, who is the leader of the Tuatha De Danaans. The Tuatha De Danaans are the children of the Irish Mother Goddess Danu, and are recognized as being some of the original settlers in Ireland. 

The Tuatha De Danaans lived in Ireland happily until the Gaelics came. Instead of fighting or being defeated by the Celts, they decided to move underground and made magickal trees and bushes as entrances to their homes.  Today they are known as leprechauns.

You can call on her to assist you with beauty, dance, divine magick, exercise and motivation, fairies, and relationships of love. Oonagh loves to dance.  She especially loves dancing outside.  So an example of a wonderful way to invoke her is to dance outside among nature.  Why not add a little glitter or sparklies to your dance as well! :))))) She will lift the pain from your heart and show you love.

Love and Blessings,

Jasmeine Moonsong


  1. I loved this post. Not only do i love fairies, everything Irish and Celtic but these days i am expecting my period and i can not find a way to motivate myself to exercise and stick on my nutrition plan. Thank you, for being an inspiration and for this lovely and informative post. Hopefully, the weightloss will once again begin.
    Brightest blessings.

  2. I also love this post. I named my daughter Oona who just happens to have long golden hair to her bottom (she's only 4). Like all little girlys, she loves to dance and loves all things fairies. We live in the countryside nature forms a part of her daily life. I think we will go and plant a pot of gold somewhere in the garden! Thank you. :)

  3. When I read the description of this goddess, I realized I’ve pictured her many times. I always thought I had a wonderful imagination of this gorgeous woman, but now I know who she is and am so grateful to have found this post. Thank you!!

  4. This is a lovely, enchanting and magical post. I can see her now in the deep wooded landscape, dancing to the sound of the night. Thank you so much for inspiring me.


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