Silas Nightfall wrote:From the fog walked a woman with silver hair and brown and white robes. There were additional men behind her who wore purely brown robes.
I am very nature based and if I had to classify myself, at the risk of also limiting myself, I would I am Druidic. However, I cannot seem to identify any god/goddess pairs, from the same pantheon (not that it’s necessary) to match my calling. I also have very strong Irish roots.
I know you are searching for a God/Goddess pair, but it might help to keep in mind that deities do not always present that way (for much of history, they did not), and that even when they do, sometimes one will come before the other. Trying to stick to a particular formula when dealing with the divine can sometimes lead one to miss connections.
If it helps, Greek and Roman deities were known, and worshiped, by the Celtic people. (Just as some Celtic deities were worshiped by the Romans, such as Epona.) Even the Egyptian Isis was known to the ancient Celts, via the Romans, and I believe there was a temple of hers in Britain at one point. Pantheons were a lot more flexible than we often think.
I see you believe this might have been Nyx. To add another possibility, just in case, the first name that came to my mind was the Thracian Bendis. She has much in common with Artemis, but Artemis usually would not be with an all-male retinue. Bendis, however, was shown with satyrs, maenads, and a surviving relief shows her with a group of all-male worshipers. One of her holidays was celebrated during the dark night, with torch races on horseback. She is the night and the woods. Though she often wears a shorter tunic, I have also seen her in longer robes. (The Etruscan Artume is also in this similar line of goddesses.) Worth considering.
I sing of you, blessed, night-winged Dream, Messenger of things to come, greatest prophet to mortals, in the quiet of sweet sleep you come silently and speak to the soul.