For those who don't know much about Celtic Mythology, namely Aurelia for at the moment she is the only one who's friended me, Morrigan is the Celtic goddess of War, Prophecy, and Pleasure (or rather Sex). I'm not really qualified to speak at length on her as I've only recently started my research on her, but from what I do know she's quite a formidable goddess. She is often called The Morrigu which is plural, reffering to her status as a triple goddess though she is most often associated with the Crone, or aged woman. Animals associated with her are ravens and crows.
So why am I going through this little introduction of sorts? It's because I'm going to be talking about her quite a lot from now on. Namely because she's become very "relevant" in my life so to speak. I'm very new to the pagan/wicca scene, so I hate to speak so definitively on subjects others have researched for a good part of their lives but sometimes you just have to go with your gut right? And if my gut (through various meditations and dreams and insights) is telling me that she has a genuine interest in my life, so sincere she's been working in my life way before I could even begin to guess who she was (I've come to believe she spent time with me as an incarnation of an imaginary friend I had until fifth grade), is it so wrong to claim her as mine and let her me as hers (although she already has so there's no stopping that part)?
The signs have always been there; my prophetic tendencies, my natural talent for fighting, my love for swordfighting and archery. Those open-minded people I know would probably agree that when viewed in context, this makes total sense. I enjoy her company and feel more comfortable with myself when I don't try to deny that she's there like I've been forced to do for so long.
I just wanted to explain this in brief to have a post to point to later on if I reference her and there's any confusion. I won't go in to any of my specific beliefs pertaining to Wicca or Paganism at this moment in time. That's much better left for another post. :)