Brigid

By Courtney Weber

History, Mystery & Magick of Brigid
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Brigid
History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess
By Courtney Weber

"Lady of the Well, the Forge, and the Green Earth, I seek you." --Brigid, I Seek You

Brigid - mother, daughter, healer, bard, warrior, fire goddess, goddess of the oak, animals, and magic. Brigid of the spring, her festival Imbolc, oversees fertility of all kinds. Brigid is many things to many people. In this enticing book, Courtney Weber offers up a wide-ranging exposition and celebration of all things Brigid, who is arguably the most popular figure in Celtic mythology and religion. Meet Brigid in her various incarnations—Celtic Pagan Goddess, Christian Saint, and Voudon Loa.

Features:

  • Each chapter ends with guided meditations
  • Exercises that help readers tap into Brigid’s healing powers
  • Brigid-focused spells
  • Brigid-focused blessings
  • Brigid-focused recipes
  • Rituals for love, harmony, protection, and much more.

“Brigid’s origin myths bring no peace to the logical mind. She appears as an important daughter of a God in one myth, but the mother of that God in a different telling, while vanishing completely in a third version. Which version is the right version? Does any myth from any source even have a ‘right’ telling? The various versions tell us about the storyteller. Brigid’s myths had many tellers and, therefore, many versions. Stories varied widely, circulated through oral tradition in local vernacular. As Christian monks later recorded the myths, characters were often augmented to fit Christian ideals.” —from the book

256 pages; 6 x 9 inches; black & white photographs

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