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phynxrizng: “ ODE TO THE GODDESS… POSTED BY, PHYNXRIZNG ”

phynxrizng: “ ODE TO THE GODDESS… POSTED BY, PHYNXRIZNG ”

The Brigid's Cross is a traditional craft made at Imbolc and Candlemas by Pagans and Christians alike

How to Make a Brigid's Cross

Brigid's Cross Stepping Stone - The center cross is traditionally made out of rushes and is hung over a doorway for protection. Surrounding the cross is the blackberry, one of Brigid's sacred plants.

Brigid seems to have been both a pagan goddess and a Christian saint, with a smooth transition over time. As a goddess she was the patron of healing, crafts and poetry. Although venerated all over Ireland, Brigid had special territorial power over Leinster. She was an expert in prophecy and she was invoked by women in childbirth. This fertility aspect of her character is strong: her pagan feast day was the feast of Imbolc, which was a seaonal fertility feast celebrating the lactating of…

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Brigid seems to have been both a pagan goddess and a Christian saint, with a…

Cerridwen : Welsh Celtic goddess of the moon, magic, poetry, music, luck, earth, agriculture, art, science, astrology, death, and fertility; keeper of the cauldron

“Ceridwen”, watercolour painting on commission. Ceridwen is the shapeshifting Celtic goddess of knowledge, transformation and rebirth. The Awen, cauldron of poetic inspiration, is one of her main s.

Imbolc- excellent article about Imbolc... it is traditionally the great festival and honouring of Brigid (Brighid, Bride, Brigit), so loved as a pagan Goddess that her worship was woven into the Christian church as St Bridget. She is a Goddess of healing, poetry and smithcraft. She is a Goddess of Fire, of the Sun and of the Hearth. She brings fertility to the land and its people and is closely connected to midwives and new-born babies.

Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar marked the beginning of the lambing season and signaled the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is Feile Brighde, the 'quickening of the year'.

CELTIC GODS AND GODDESSES  The myths of the Celtic Goddesses span a large area of Western and Central Europe. It was in these places that the Iron age Celtic speaking tribes settled. After numerous conflicts the Celtic people were mainly confined to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany, their influence here was reduced even further by the Romans and Christianization.

maiden mother crone goddess Brigid is a triple goddess she is strong and wise a warrior goddess and protectress

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