Tales of Aynia and Albiorix By luke moore

Aynia is the goddess fairy of nature and the daughter of Manannan , she would perform rituals every Saint John's day to provide prosperity and fertility for the next upcoming year

Aynia loves mankind and even after an event when man set fire to her 'sidh' she was still able to forgive them, she was said to be "more than friendly to mankind."

ALBIORIX

Albiorix whose name means "King of the Land," he is a god derived from the Roman god Mars... who is associated with the god of war. However Albiorix isn't necessarily the god of war as he is much more associated with the god of land and territory. He is in control of the whole earth as if he was the ruler and owner of it rather than the god of battle.

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