prophesied the end of the world
and predicted all the evils that would come
and all the diseases and all the vengeful.
And he raised this song:
- I'll see a world
That I will not be dear to you:
Summer without flowers,
Cows without milk,
Women without shame,
Conquering without a king ...
Trees without trees,
Seas without fruit ...
Evil judgments of the elders,
False precedents of the judges.
Every man a traitor,
Every young man a thief.
The son will enter the bed of his father,
His father will enter his son's bed,
Each one will be brother
-in-law of his brother ...
An unhappy age.
The son betrays his father,
Her daughter betrays her mother...
The Morrígan ("phantom queen") or Mórrígan ("great queen")
"Specter Queen""Supreme War Goddess""Queen of Phantoms or Demons"
Much like the Norse Valkyries
also known as Morrígu, is a figure from Irish mythology
The name is spelled Morríghan or Mór-ríoghain in Modern Irish
Visual sources: Sel Ra
Info: themorrigahan.yolasite.com and mythdancer.blogspot.it/2015/08…
The Morrigan is well known in Merlin
as the "Triple Goddess"
name used by " The Disir"
which are like her spokespersons
video and description: watchseries.cr/series/merlin/s…
musical inspiration: Morrígan by Adrian von Ziegler
The norse shield is an "eyecatcher" . . . maybe she took it out of mockery? Who knows. From the cold look she maybe Nemain, the cold-blooded virgin.
Is the poem yours?
but there's a problem because the Morrigan is a celtic myth and you filled your work of norse runes even on the Morrigan shield.
so there's an mistake in how you represent the Morrigan and this create a lot of confusion to me.
it's my point of view of course.
go on with the good works!