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Originally posted by Tripple_Helix
Do you mind linking me to the story you were telling me about in that thread? It seems like quite the compilation.
Or just roughly a page estimate? If possible.
Lugh was ingenious. One Irish tale relates of how the god travelled to Tara, and arrived during a feast for the royal court. Lugh was met by the gatekeeper, and was asked what talent he had, for it was a tradition there that only those who had a special ability could enter the palace. The god said: "I am a wright", to which the gatekeeper replied "We already have a wright, your services aren't needed here". Lugh persisted "I am a smith". Again, the guard said the court had a smith that was quite adequate; but the god was not to be dissuaded. Lugh then noted that he was also a champion, a swordsman nonpareil, a harpist, a hero, a poet, an historian, a sorcerer, and a craftsman. The gatekeeper merely nodded his head, and stated bluntly that all these trades were represented in the court by other members of the Tuatha de Danaan. "Ah, but you do have an individual who possesses all of them simultaneously?", was Lugh's clever reply. The guard was forced to admit his defeat, and so Lugh entered and joined the festivities.
Lugh: Celtic Sun God
Don't freak out too much, it sounds extremely interesting, and I'm a little jealous. Just make sure you keep your wits about you, and keep an open mind. Don't agree to anything and don't be fearful. Be steadfast, and absorb all the info you can and bring it back for us!
For some reason I knew that one of them was Satan... It was androgynous, both male and female at the same time. It looked like a beautiful girl with short hair wearing a suit. Black, white and red. There was no talking involved. As it approached me, we were smiling at each other. For some reason I knew not to talk to it.