Goddess Canola  

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"CANOLA" IS THE IRISH GODDESS OF MUSIC AND DANCE. THOUGHT TO BE ONE OF THE OLDEST OF THE IRISH DEITIES, SHE HAS BEEN WORSHIPPED SINCE AS EARLY AS 2,300 BC. "CANOLA "WAS THE MYTHICAL INVENTOR OF IRELANDS LONG CHERISHED SYMBOL, THE HARP, AND HAS BEEN WORSHIPPED AS A GODDESS OF MUSIC MAGIC, WATER MAGIC, DREAMS AND INSPIRATION. A PATRONESS OF MUSICIANS AND BARDS, "CANOLA "AIDS THEIR INSPIRATION AND CREATIVITY.

THE LEGEND OF THE HARP'S CREATION RELATES THAT "CANOLA", FLEEING FROM HER HUSBAND, WAS WALKING ALONG THE SHORE WHEN SHE HEARD A SWEET MURMUR AS THE WIND PLAYED THROUGH THE SINEWS THAT WERE STILL CLINGING TO A WHALES SKELETON. LISTENING, SHE FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP, AND WHEN HER HUSBAND, FINDING HER THUS, LEARNED THAT THE SOUND HAD LULLED HER, HE MADE A FRAMEWORK OF WOOD FOR THE SINEWS. ON THIS HE PLAYED, AND THE PAIR WERE RECONCILED.

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