Servants of the Morrigan by fresne for Gehayi
Fandoms: Macbeth - Shakespeare, Irish Mythology
14 Dec 2015
Three servants of the Morrigan were called. They consecrated battles to the Morrigan. They wielded the magic of the world. They tested the hero at the ford. They served until their service was done. Until their hero came for them.
Badb often thought about her hero.
Macbeth was no hero.
- Part 1 of Triptych
Muses, let us now sing of the tale of poor people of Carthage, driven from their home by the attack of the Romans. Let us tell the tale of Anni, the daughter of Astarte, and the mother of Quetes, as she led her people from the ashes of her city to a new land.
Let us tell the tale of Macghbethain, who chose to take a mis-translation for a prophesy.
Let us tell of the gods, who do have a sense of humor.
- Part 2 of Triptych
Old Hecate said, "Let me refine on that. Why have you been sayin' ta Lord Macbeth, such that he n' his wife decided it would be a foine idea ta fill tha old king full a' stab wounds and blame it on some dead men."
The witches tried to look innocent. They were not entirely successful.
- Part 3 of Triptych