European Lunar Deities

The table below lists the Roman deities that had an association with the moon.  They can be called upon for rituals, spells, and other magical work relating to Moon Magick. European Lunar Deities

As always, before working with any of them, do some research to become familiar with all of their facets, lest you be caught off guard by their ways.  Each Higher Power is unique in they way they approach a situation – some may be very straightforward, others brutal, and others gentle.  If you are unsure who to pick, you should instead begin with a spell written by someone else, or do a lot more research.  Do not rush into any magical work.  Take your time and understand your actions, and their potential consequences, fully before proceeding.

NameTribe/CountryDescription
Aine of KnockaineIrelandMoon Goddess
Danu / DanaIrelandMoon Goddess
Fleachta of MeathIrelandMoon Queen of Ireland
Brigit Ireland, Wales, Spain, France, CelticMoon Goddess
The MorriganIreland, Wales, Britain, CelticTriple Moon Goddesses
Scathach / Scath Ireland, ScotlandDark Moon Goddess
Caillech Beine BricScotland, CelticDark Moon Goddess
ArduinaCelticGoddess of the Moon
ElaineCelticGoddess of the Moon
AndrasteBritish CeltsMoon Goddess
ArianrhodWalesFull Moon Goddess
Blodeuwedd WalesMoon Goddess – deals with lunar mysteries and initiations
Holda – benign / Bertha – white ladyGermanyDark Moon Goddess
Ostara /Eostre Germany, N. EuropeMoon Goddess
Myesyats SlavicMoon God (though sometimes is female). In Serbia is called Bald Uncle
Ursala / Orsel Slavic, RussianMoon Goddess
Kuu / Kun Finnish – UgrianMoon Deity – sometimes viewed as female, sometimes male

European Lunar Deities