Lenus, pronounced “LEE-nus,” is a Celtic God of healing, first worshiped in Eastern Gaul. He is also a God of healing springs. His temple complex, “Am Irminenwingert,” at Trier had several healing baths and also included a theater that may have been used for pageants and dramatic reinactments. This theater may also have been used for educational purposes; therefore Lenus is also a God of learning and wisdom.

Plants associated with Lenus include the Alder tree, coriander, and dragon’s blood. Animals sacred to Lenus include the wolf and the bee.

Invoke Lenus in matters of healing, especially when the healing needed is of a spiritual nature. If Lenus appears to you, it is time to prepare yourself for learning involving the powers of healing.


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Abellio
Aengus Mac Og
Aidin
Aine
Alator
Arawn
Arianrhod
Beag
Bel (Balor or Belenus)
Blodeuwedd
Borvo
Bran
Branwen
Bres (also Breas)
Brigantia
Brighid
Cailleach, The
Ceridwen
Cernunnos
Dagda
Danu
Druantia
Epona
Fionn mac Cumhaill
Grian
Green Man, The
Gronw
Holly King
Latobius
Lenus
Limetus
Lugh
Mabon, The
Macha
Manannán Mac Lir
Medb
Modron, The
Mórrígan, The
Nehalennia
Nuada
Oak King, The
On-niona
Ostara (Eostre)
Pwyll
Rhiannon
Saitada
Sequana
Sheela Na Gig
Taranis
Uroica