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Celtic chief

Celtic chief by Fesechko · Putty&Paint

this is what a celt actually looked like

Urnfield Culture warrior - Western Europe during the Bronze Age. Sometimes referred to as Proto-Celts.

Agrona, Andraste's younger sister and another member of the nocte rapaces. She is mute, but is known for her fierceness in wielding an axe and the spear. After Nox's death, Agrona and Andraste were both put in different legions, though at heart both women are still loyal to the nocte rapaces and Nox.

"Roman historians say that Celtic soldiers had white spiky hair. They used lime like we use hair mousse today, and sometimes they tied their hair up in a ponytail. Around their necks they wore gold torcs like big necklaces.

Celtic Cross in Glasgow Cathedral - Scotland

Celtic Cross in Glasgow Cathedral - Scotland - War bellows blazing in scarlet battalions. General order their soldiers to kill. And to fight for a cause they've long ago forgotten.

Celtic Carnyx

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Moon:  Celtic #Moon Months: Elder Moon.

I am the Tree of Life & Death. I am the Raven, the honey badger, the black horse. I am the number 13 and the soldier Saturn. I am stronger than you, and will continue to be born anew.

Morrigan - Celtic Goddess of War, part of the triple goddes Morrigna along with Badb and Macha.  Also known as Anu, Mor Righ Anu.  Takes the form of a raven and flys over battlefields and choose who will die, taking their sould to the otherworld

The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. She is also called the "washer at the ford" because if a warrior sees her washing her armor in the stream, it means he will die that day.

When asked the question, "What race of people do you believe make the best soldiers?"  His reply:  "The Scots who came to this country by way of Ireland.  Because they have all the dash of the Irish in taking up a position and all the stubborness of the Scots in holding it." (Gen. Robert E. Lee)

In this enlightened age, there are few I believe, but what will acknowledge, that slavery as an institution is a moral and political evil in any country.