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The Scota Goddess Temple has its own Devotional Calendar through which each month we work with different Gods along the year, all of them present in Scotland since ancient times or that arrived to Alba from other places with people that were devoted to them and brought their devotion to this land.
These deities have not been chosen by chance, since each of them manifested in the research work that was carried out.
Scotland is a land where many people and tribes came into communion. People who brought their Gods as we said, this is why some of those deities had to be represented in this calendar as well, apart from local deities.
The Devotional Calendar is a way to capture the multicultural richness of this country that today continues to be a melting pot of cultures and people who are attracted precisely by that friendly energy that invites you to discover Scotland, wherever you come from. Today we can find many more Gods that have come here, as others came in ancient times.
We invite you to join our devotional work. Also to explore our Map of the Shrines of the Scota Goddess Temple down this page.
12 Months, 12 Deities to Honour
The Map of Shrines of the Scota Goddess Temple
2 -Brigantia Shrine in Birrens Roman Fort. Read about Goddess Brigantia here
3 -Agrona Morrigan Shrine in the River Irvine Valley.
Read about Goddess Agrona Morrigan here
4 -Frigga Shrine in Island of Arran. Read about the Goddess Frigga here
5 -Clota Shrine in Dumbarton Stone, River Clyde Valley. Read about Goddess Clota here
6 -Belenos Shrine in Edinburgh. Read about God Belenos here
7 -Cailleach Shrine in Glen Lyon. Read about Goddess Cailleach here
8 -Aurea Dea/ Athfhinn in Cairngorms, River Avon Valley. Read About Aurea Dea here
9 -Nigra Dea in River Findhorn Valley. Read about Nigra Dea here
10 -Odin Shrine in Orkney Islands. Read about God Odin here
11 -Cliodna Shrine in Isle of Mull. Read about Goddess Cliodna here
12 -Manannam Mac Lir Shrine in Isle of Iona. Read about God Manannam Mac Lir here