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Quert and Brighid

Quert – Apple. The gentle, graceful loving energy harvested at the last New Moon. Living with her since then she has challenged me, not quite settled with me. 86 more words


A Touch of the Divine

Admittedly, my daily routine has been pretty nonexistent lately. Between the absolute chaos of my summer, moving to a new state, and starting grad school, my life is literally still in some boxes. 362 more words
Gaelic Polytheism

Cailleach Calling

The Cailleach has been calling me these past few days.

Her time is approaching. The Hag of the Hills, the Highlands.

She is a Dark Goddess, the one who rules the winter. 116 more words


Saoire i Rann na Feirste

“Thug Bríghid agus a cara (Francis Clarke) rothair leo, ar bhus agus ar traein, a fhad le Doire na Mainséar, áit ar chaith siad an tsaoire i dtí Róise Sam Néill, a bhí le Seán Ó Cearnaigh as Béal Feirste a phósadh ar ball. 48 more words


Flame-Tending Reflections

From sundown on July 27 to sundown July 28, I kept Brighid’s flame.  It wasn’t a continuous, literal flame.  As the daughter of a former firefighter, cat owner, and mother, there are times when I need to put it out.   543 more words


Ogham-Duir (Oak)

Today was the harvesting of Duir from my ogham stave, a couple of days late following the New Moon because of being away on a therapy course. 159 more words


Lighting Bríghíd's Flame

The inspiration for our new show – Bríghd’s Flame (we pronounce it ‘breed’) – came when Chantelle and I explored Ireland back in the summer of 2015. 617 more words