Epona


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(possibly Roman mythology) Celtic goddess of horses and mules and asses

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The goddess Epona is notable in that she was the only Celtic deity to be fully incorporated into the pantheon of the Roman Empire, even receiving an official feast day (December 18th) of her own.
The Epona Ridge philosophy begins with the premise that horses are great teachers, possessing an innate wisdom of those around them through the energy fields we all share.
With the help of Rhiannon and Epona, the Fomorians were defeated and driven into the Wastelands.
Education Management Solutions (EMS), a global leader in simulation-based educational training solutions for healthcare providers and educators, has forged a partnership with the Netherlands-based company Epona Medical to act as the exclusive distributor in the U.
In the stable before the shrine of Epona Lucius lunges at the roses with abandon and is quickly beaten away.
saddlinG up: Link and his trusty steed Epona are back for another adventure epic QuesT: For Link, the hero in the Zelda series
The unique appeal and power of horses in expanding life purpose to mythic proportions is illustrated with insights from legendary stories such as the Celtic Epona protector of horses; it was believed this goddess and her horses were leaders of the soul in the after-life.
epona (Walker) on the citrus mealybug Pseudococcus citri Risso (Pseudococcidae) (Blumberg & Van Driesche 2001).
Morley has acquired the 46,000 sq ft T Dyffryn House, which is currently let to HSBC, and Epona House and Blackhorse House at 18,500 sq ft respectively, both of which are let to Lloyds TSB.
To the Druids of the ancient Celts this festival was Alban Heruin ("Light of the Shore"), to the ancient Gauls it was the Feast of Epona, to Wiccans attempting to reconstruct paganism it is Litha.
47 (450m): Get On Ameera, Mizen Blue, Autumn Epona, Scotts Topper (M), Drumsna Slippy (M), Collens Choice (M).
Maybe iii Galileo - Sumora (Danehill) Epona Bloodstock Ltd The family behind last year's champion two-year-old filly offers mixed messages as to whether she can cope with a step up to 1m4f.
The unique appeal and power of horses in expanding life purpose to mythic proportions is illustrated with insights from legendary stories such as the Celtic Epona, protector of horses; it was believed this goddess and her horses were leaders of the soul in the after-life.
When Epona arrived at the Equine Rescue barn a couple of years ago, she was a "very sick 3-year-old pony with respiratory and lymphatic infections, worms, rain rot, multiple wounds, and never-trimmed hooves," Mrs.
Horse riding plays a greater role than before, and the representation of Link's trusty steed, Epona, is handled well.