She is the beautiful Goddess of the Land. In myth, Arthur,(the Holly king in the wheel of the year), vies with Lancelot (the Oak King), for Guinevere and sovereignty of the land.
Goddess of love, growth and fertility, her dazzling, intoxicating charms reek havoc in the world of men! She holds an apple, the symbol of the giving and receiving of love, both physically and spiritually. It also reflects her role as a Celtic triple Goddess. Her name means 'Whit One' - Faerie Goddess of the Old Ones.
Here we see her rising from the land surrounded by her sacred May blossoms.