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Imbolc 2017: Another Google Hangout Ritual

Northern Rivers Grove had planned to gather at the Yoga Center to celebrate Brighid’s day, Imbolc, but our plans were once more thwarted by poor weather. 455 more words

New Blog!

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I was kindly invited to participate in the Gaelic Roundtable and so decided to create a wordpress blog! Although I’m very new to Gaelic Polytheism I’m very excited to be involved in this roundtable ☺️ 91 more words

Brighid: Goddess and Saint

The Wise Women of Britain had their own special patron – the goddess Brighid – who later became known as Saint Brigit.  She was a Celtic pagan deity, the equivalent of Roman Minerva and Greek Athene, whose name meant… 307 more words


Gabhaim Molta Brighde

Gabhaim molta Bríghde
Ionmhain í le hÉirinn
Ionmhain le gach tír í
Molaimís go léir í

I am praising Bridget
Who is daughter of Ireland…
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3rd Flamshift of the year

Every day and every night that I say the genealogy of Brighid
I shall not be killed
I shall not be harmed
I shall not be put into a cell… 205 more words


Holy Places and Hills in Ireland

‘Oooh, Ireland.  It’s beautiful there’, that’s the first thing everyone says when you say you’re visiting Ireland.  Turns out, they’re not wrong…

Taking advantage of some time off after the handfasting, and the impressively bargain flights one can get to Dublin, we jetted over to Ireland’s shores for a 2 day flying Imbolc visit and a little hiking.   645 more words


The Spirituality of Friendship

As we honour the goddess Brighid and her transition from Crone back to Maiden at Imbolc* (see footer), consider taking some time to meditate or reflect on the women in your life . 690 more words

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