Bannau Brycheiniog Cadair Idris Glass Fortress Glastonbury Gwyn ap Nudd

The bull of battle, the son of mist, stargazing prince of the summits


Gwynn ap Nudd, King of the Otherworld, King of the Underworld, Lord of Annwn, Lord of the Land of the Dead, Leader of the Wild Hunt, Dark Lord of Winter, Lord of Light, Lord of the Living, Keeper of the Doors Between the Worlds, Master of Time, King of the Faery, King of the Tylwyth Teg (the Fair Folk/Faery), Prince of all Mischief, psychopomp, astronomer, knight of the court of King Arthur.
Can Gwynn really have been all of these?

Amaethon Andromeda Arianrhod Barddas Blodeuwedd Caer Gwydion Caer Sidhi Cassiopeia Cities of the Tuatha Dé Danaan Corona Borealis Dôn Druidry Falias Finias Four-cornered Fortress Fourth Branch Gilfaethwy Glass Fortress Gofannon Gorias Gwydion Iolo Morganwg Jinn Milky Way Murias Plant Dôn Preiddeu Annwfn Sidhe Mounds Spiral Castle Stonehenge The Mabinogion Tuatha Dé Danann Tylwyth Teg

Dôn is not an earth goddess

The Plant Dôn: the Children of Dôn, are introduced in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi. Who is Dôn, though? I have heard prominent people in contemporary Druidry describe Dôn as an earth goddess; I believe that they are mistaken, and that she is something quite different.