Interesting Choice of Goddesses

Maeve
Indeed, you are 91% eru­dite, 75% sen­su­al, 70% mar­tial, and 41% saturnine.
Maeve was once thought of as a his­tor­i­cal queen but is now con­sid­ered part of the Celtic mythol­o­gy. She is usu­al­ly depict­ed as either a winged sprite, a beau­ti­ful elf, or a human woman dressed in only the finest robes. 

She was said to car­ry two tree-dwelling crea­tures on either of her shoul­ders; the squir­rel and the raven, resem­bling her close­ness to nature and mys­ti­cism. She also fre­quent­ed the area which was said to hold the entrance to the Oth­er­world, which is now called the Cave of the Cats.

Maeve is known for an insa­tiable sex­u­al appetite and boast­ing open­ly of sleep­ing with thir­ty men in one day. Once she meets the hero Fer­gus Mac Roich, “Son of Great Horse.” who him­self has a sex­u­al appetite large enough to sat­is­fy her, the tale says that “She used to know thir­ty men every day or go with Fer­gus once.” So that’s good for her. :3

She is most famous as a pro­tag­o­nist in the sto­ry of the “Cat­tle Raid of Coo­ley,” which tells of anoth­er dis­pute between her and her hus­band, the Con­naught chief­tain Ailill, with whom she would con­stant­ly quarrel.

My test tracked 4 vari­ables How you com­pared to oth­er peo­ple your age and gen­der:
You scored high­er than 93% on eru­dite
You scored high­er than 40% on sen­su­al
You scored high­er than 99% on mar­tial
You scored high­er than 33% on sat­ur­nine

Link: The Mytho­log­i­cal God­dess Test writ­ten by Nit­su­ki on Ok Cupid
Cyn is a proud Mommy & Mémé, professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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