In localised Celtic Mythology practised in Britain, Sulis was a deity worshipped at the thermal spring of bath. She was conceived of both as a nourishing, life-giving Mother Goddess and as an effective agent of curses wished by her votaries. Celtic gods with the same Roman god is not unusual (both Mars and Mercury were paired with a multiplicity of Celtic names). On the other hand, Celtic goddesses tended to resist syncretism; Sulis Minerva is one of the few attested pairings of a Celtic goddess with her Roman counterpart.

ABThe Waters of Sulis by sonne22

The Water Spring of Sulis


  • Curse Inducement
  • Life-Force absorption
  • Life-Force absorption
  • Luck Bestowal.

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