You are the Boann, the harbinger of light, inspiration and knowledge. You bring light to the darkness of Samhain.You are consistent, relaxed, peaceful and observant. You are a reliable, compassionate and dependable friend.Boann is the Goddess of water, fertility, inspiration and knowledge and the creator of the River Boyne.Boann’s name is linked to old Gaelic words bo find meaning “woman of white cows” or “shining cow”.Your element is waterYou might enjoy Boann Tours of the River Boyne at this year's Púca Festival
You are The Púca: a shapeshifter, a trickster, a mischievous spirit You are highly creative, often a perfectionist. You are very particular about what you want and how you want it. The Púca can take any form they choose but usually is seen in the form of a horse, a dog, a goat or a hare. Beware dark hair and golden eyes! The Púca can bring good fortune or ill will to anyone they choose.Your element is earthYour mischievous spirit might enjoy a game of Away with the Fairies at this year's Púca Festival
You are the Fear Dearg You are optimistic, cheerful, confident, popular, and fun-loving. You can be impulsive and like to do things on the spur of the moment. You have a lot of energy and are the life and soul of the party. .Fear Dearg, a faerie of Irish mythology said to dress all in red. He is a naughty practical joker who likes to play tricks.! Interestingly enough, some myths explain that the Fear Dearg doesn’t technically mean to be evil – he just has trouble controlling his proclivity to mischief. Sometimes, however, a Fear Dearg will actually bring good fortune to people he favours or to those that show him kindness.Your element is airYou might enjoy the raw, energetic live show from Block Rockin Beats, King Kong Company & HamsandwicH on Halloween night at this year's Púca Festival
You are The Morrigan, one of the most mysterious figures in Irish mythology.You are a doer and a leader. You have a lot of ambition, energy and drive, and try to instil it in others. You can be “hot headed” and easy to anger.Her name means 'phantom queen' and describes an ancient Irish goddess associated with destiny, fate & death. The Morrigan is the goddess of war, she can sway the tide of battle. She is the one that can pick a favourite, ride out and fight side by side upon her black steed to defeat her chosen one’s foe.Your element is fireYou might enjoy hearing Candlelit Tales breathe life back into stories of Folklore at this years Púca Festival. They will make you laugh, make you cry, and maybe even make you roar.