Druantia is a goddess associated mostly with trees. Three trees that are most often associated with her are fir, oak, and evergreen.

In pagan mythology Druantia is a fir tree goddess.

Her name is believed to be derived from the Celtic word for oak trees, "drus" or "deru".[1] She is known as "Queen of the Druids". She is a goddess of fertility for both plants & humans, ruling over sexual activities & passion. She also rules protection, trees, protection of trees, knowledge, creativity.[2]

Archetypally she is an aspect of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs.


  1. ^ Jane Gifford (2006). The Wisdom of Trees. Springer. p. 146. ISBN 1397814020. 
  2. ^ D.J. Conway (2006). Celtic Magic. Seventeenth Printing. p. 109. ISBN 0875421369. 

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