Triskell (MM)

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The Triskell is a decorative motif consisting of three coiled branches suggesting a circular movement around the centre.  The Triskell is a symbol of the Trinity which can be found in the Celtic triads of primitive tradition.   This threefold principle, corresponding to essential forces demonstrating divine power, is found in all religious traditions.

 

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The Triskell is a decorative motif consisting of three coiled branches suggesting a circular movement around the centre. This threefold principle, corresponding to the three primordial forces, principal expression of Divine power, is found in all religious traditions. In the mythology of celtic gods, Teutates (civilising god, father of the tribe), Esus (god of war) and Taranis (or Dis Pater, supreme, all-powerful god) form a triad. Another triad exists : Lug (celtic Apollo, god of light), Ogmios (Gallic Hercules, god of strength and eloquence), Kernunnos (stag god, strength of fertility and renewal of nature). The godess mother also is often portrayed in a threefold manner. In Gaul, the triple matron appears as three women holding a baby.

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