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Brigid's Well,Castlemagner, Co. Cork Some l say that the naked woman is in fact a young man and that Brigid was turned into to a male god called Breed, and this is he, The well was saved an dedicated to Brigid- the figure be it female or male possibly pre-dates the C8
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Brigid's Well,Castlemagner, Co. Cork & Glen Lyon - The Cailleach was the Celtic creator goddess http://www.pinterest.com/pin/73113193924708624/
Brigid's Well, Castlemagner, Co. Cork & Glen Lyon - The Cailleach was the Celtic creator goddess
Brigid's Well,Castlemagner, Co. Cork~The well of St. Brigid at Castlemagner is situated across the river near the ruins of Castlemagner castle in the northern portion of County Cork. It is believed to have been used by the druids, dedicated to Bride, daughter of the Dagda. The well was refurbished in 1771, and given a cover by a man named Eoin Egan of Subulter. He had been a cripple, and upon making pilgrimage to the well was miraculously cured.
Brigid Sacred Well
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St Brigid of Ireland | http://saintnook.com/saints/brigidofireland/ photograph of a detail of a stained glass window of Saint Brigid, Edward Nuttgens, Saint Etheldreda's Catholic church, City of London, England; CC Brother Lawrence Lew, OP
226kb jpg photograph of a detail of a stained glass window of Saint Brigid, Edward Nuttgens, Saint Etheldreda's Catholic church, City of London, England; swiped with permission from the flickr account of Brother Lawrence Lew, OP
Saint Brigid of Kildare, also known as Brigit of Kildare and Brigit of Ireland, is one of Ireland's patron saints along with Patrick and Columba. Patronage: blacksmiths; boatmen; brewers; children whose parents are not married; children born into abusive unions; Clan Douglas; fugitives; infants; Ireland; mariners; midwives; milk maids; nuns; poets; poor; farmers; printing presses; sailors; scholars; travelers; Feast February 1
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Saint Brigid of Kildare stained glass window. Wheat. Aopi
1 February - Feast Day - St Bridgid of Ireland
Saint Brigid of Kildare stained glass window
Hill Shepherd: February 2010: Brighid
St. Brigid - Mary of the Gael
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Magic of the Celtic Gods and Goddesses: A Guide to Their Spiritual Power, Healing Energies, and Mystical Joy
Magic Of The Celtic Gods And Goddesses: A Guide To Their Spiritual Power, Healing Energies, And Mystical Joy by Carl McColman, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1564147835/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_rLzNpb1KKDGGF
Magic of the Celtic Gods and Goddesses : A Guide to Their Spiritual Power,...
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Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards
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Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards @Kristy Whitt- do you have this oracle deck? :D
Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards. My birthday is the 1st of Feb so i resonate with this beautiful Goddess.
Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards. Love the author's whimsical Oracle Tarot, & would love to get this one as well.
Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards ONE of my favorite goddesses!!
WANT!!!! Brigid - We are One from the 'Oracle of the dragon fae' cards
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St. Bridget arrived in Ireland a few years after St. Patrick. Her father was an Irish lord named Duptace.
St. Bridgid's Church Prayer, Drum, Co. Roscommon- From Irish Quips and Quotes page 1 - World Cultures European
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ST BRIDGET OF KILDARE ABBESS (1 FEB 523)
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February 1: Feast day of #StBrigit of Kildare (Western | ... Atteberry » Bishop-Abbess and Homemaker:
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February 1: Feast day of #StBrigit of Kildare (Western | Brigit of Kildare | Babylon Baroque
February 1: Feast day of #StBrigit of Kildare (Western #BabylonBaroque
Print of the Saint Brigid of Kildare, by Currier and Ives
Currier and Ives: Saint Bridget
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Saint Bridget of Kildare
Brigid, Irish Triple Goddess
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Saint Brigid, Triple Goddess as Mountain, artist unknown. Provenance info welcome. I love how the land and human form are merged - very like Irish landscape.
Brighid (Brigit, Bride, Brigit) is Celtic goddess; her names mean "the Exalted One". She tends the triple fires of smithcraft (physical fire), healing (the fire of life within), and poetry (the fire of the spirit). Cattle are sacred to her; green is her color, and she invented beer. She is so beloved that when Henry VIII put out her eternal fires, the women kept a piece of the flame going until he died and it was relit.
Brigid – or Brigit, Brighid: Irish goddess of the Sacred Flame. Brigid is a threefold goddess, each one her faces representing her dominion over poetry, healing, & smithcraft. Called the Great Goddess, she is keeper of the holy wells & rivers of healing & rebirth, as well as the sacred flames of creativity & inspiration. Brigid is the mother of inventions & craftsmanship, the wise woman of healing, as well as the patroness of poets & priestesses.
Brigid - the Irish triple Goddess of Healing, Smithcraft, and Inspiration
Brigid, Irish Triple Goddess #imbolc
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Goddess Brigit Goddess of fire, fertility, the hearth, all feminine arts and crafts and martial arts. Healing, physicians, agriculture, inspiration, learning, poetry, divination, prophecy, smithcraft, animal husbandry, love, witchcraft, occult knowledge
'A blessed Brigit' by Jane Iris (http://thetarotman.wordpress.com/tag/lisa-iris/) Brighid’s themes are health and inspiration. Her symbol is a cauldron. Brigit is an Irish Goddess known throughout Europe as ‘the Bright One’ because of Her inspiring beauty and fiery qualities. 1st February is Brighid’s festival (Imbolc)
Brigid: Celtic Goddess Daughter of the Dagda and one of the Tuatha De Danann Married to Bres of the Fomorians Warrior Goddess and Protectress
Brighid’s themes are health and inspiration. Her symbol is a cauldron. Brigit is an Irish Goddess known throughout Europe as ‘the Bright One’ because of Her inspiring beauty and fiery qualities. 1st February is Brighid’s festival (Imbolc)
Brighid Turns the Wheel -- "I draw associations here between Brighid’s fiery and watery aspects and the need for balance between the hot, blazing and fiery sun and the need for cool, replenishing and healing water. We also observe the balance between light and the darkness, both in the physical world and within ourselves." ~ Daughter RavynStar at her site 'Journeying to the Goddess' (Photo "Brigid" by Lisa Iris)
The Goddess Brigit by Lisa Iris Print from Zazzle.com
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Beautiful Goddess Brigid - Illustration by Prescott Hill - www.hillustrate.com
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Beautiful Goddess Brigid - Illustration by Prescott Hill - The link has information about Brigid, Celtic Goddess of Fire.
Brigid, whose name means "bright arrow," is the Celtic Goddess of poetry, healing and craft (especially metalcraft). She is the inspiration to all bards and artisans, scholars and any who work with words. Brigid, known also as Bride, Brigit, Brigantia, Brid, Brighid, and Briginda, is so greatly beloved in Ireland that when Christianity became the accepted faith throughout the land, the Goddess was transformed into saint, and St. Brigid's church in Kildare was built on a site sacred to Brigid. Beautiful Goddess Brigid - Illustration by Prescott Hill - http://www.hillustrate.com
Beautiful Imbolc artwork! Thanks to Confessions of Crafty Witches
Imbolc & Your Creative Spark | Woven Stars & Chocolate Bars
Confessions of Crafty Witches Beautiful Imbolc artwork!
Beautiful Goddess Brigid - Illustration by Prescott Hill
Imbolc & Your Creative Spark
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Feast of St. Brigid Observance; February 1st Irish abbess and friend of St. Patrick; founder of the double monastery (of monks and nuns) at Kildare; a woman of great influence famous for learning, art, spirituality, and hospitality. Patron saint of Irish nuns, of dairy workers, and of Ireland, Wales, Australia, and New Zealand.
Today is St. Brigid's Feast Day. Brigid, the only Irish female saint, is the goddess of beer, dairy maids, infants, blacksmiths, poets, nuns, students, and midwives. Her eternal flame lights the hearth where women work at their daily tasks.
St. Brigid: patron Saint of Ireland and scholars. She is a powerful intercessory.
Saint Bridget of Kildare Roman Catholic Church, in Pacific, Missouri, USA - icon
Today is St. Brigid's Feast Day. Brigid, the only Irish female saint, is the goddess of beer, dairy maids, infants, blacksmiths, poets, nuns, students, and midwives. Her eternal flame lights the hearth where women work at their daily tasks. Brigid formed the first feminist collective – a convent for nuns where, for the first time, women gathered together to promote peace and charity and good works. One of Brigid’s good works was to take in a young woman who had become pregnant and “she made the fetus disappear,” making her the Church’s first abortionist. Ireland’s pro-choice movement hails St. Brigid as their patron saint because of this.
The Life of #Saint Brigid of Ireland (her feast day is February 1)
St. Brigid’s Day and Candlemas Too - Seasons of Joy
Saint Brigid of Ireland icon - my patron saint
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Brigid (Imbolc) Celtic Goddess of Inspiration 16x20 Poster Print. $65.00, via Etsy. Created by Emily Balivet.
Brigid, Celtic Goddess of Inspiration. She is a healer, mother, gardener, poetess, midwife, and protector of children and livestock -- a very sympathetic deity to the plights of her followers. Fire goddess, giver of light and warmth but like fire -- volatile. She carries a hammer and commands the power of the flame. Emily Balivet, 2010.
$65 Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Inspiration - 16x20 Poster Print by Emily Balivet. Her work is beautiful. This I exactly how I imagine Brigid.
Brigid (Imbolc) Celtic Goddess of Inspiration 16x20 Poster Print. $65.00, via Etsy. Created by Emily Balivet. 25 years ago I gave burned offerings to her namesake Saint Brighid when I visited St Patrick's Cathedral in Mahattan, NYC and she has been my Matron ever since.
Brigid Imbolc Celtic Goddess of Inspiration 16x20 Poster Print Pagan Goddess Art
Brigid Imbolc Celtic Goddess of Inspiration 16x20 by EmilyBalivet, $ 65.00
Brigid Imbolc Altar Art Celtic Goddess Inspiration by EmilyBalivet, $3.00
Brigid (Imbolc) Celtic Goddess of Inspiration. Created by Emily Balivet.
Fire Brigid Imbolc Celtic Goddess of Inspiration by EmilyBalivet
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May Brigid bless the house wherein you dwell Bless every fireside, every wall and floor; Bless every heart that beats beneath its roof; And every tongue and mind for evermore; Bless every hand that toils to bring joy And every foot that walks its portals through. This is my wish today, my constant prayer May Brigid bless the house that shelters you. Art by Wendy Andrew
Prayer of Irish Goddess Brigid who became a depiction of Mother Mary -- May Brigid bless the house wherein you dwell Bless every fireside, every wall and floor; Bless every heart that beats beneath its roof; And every tongue and mind for evermore; Bless every hand that toils to bring joy And every foot that walks its portals through. This is my wish today, my constant prayer May Brigid bless the house that shelters you
Love of the Goddess: Brigids Sacred Day of Fire, Imbolc
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Brighid ~ Artwork by Wendy Andrew.
Brigid at Imbolc by Wendy Andrew
Brigid by Wendy Andrew
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#Irish St #Brigid named in honor of the #goddess, Brigid, whose name means "Fiery Arrow" and who was akin to the #Roman goddess #Minerva, who concerned herself with #fertility, #prosperity, and #poetry, and who was symbolized by a spear, crown, and globe. #mythology
Saint Brigid of Ireland Patron Saint with St Patrick of Ireland. There is no doubt that her extraordinary spirituality, boundless charity , and compassion for those in distress were real.
St. Brigid (St. Bride, Mary of the Gael) - Patron St. of Ireland, milkmaids, nuns, brewers; said to be able to turn bathwater into beer and draw milk from cows three times a day. Attributes: lantern or candle or fire, shown with a cow, reed cross. Feast Day Feb 1
Saint Brigid is one of the most beloved of Irish saints.
(feb 1) Saint Brigid The Other Patron Saint of Ireland.
Celebrating Imbolc – The Snowdrop Festival
St. Brigid in stained glass
Saint Brigid of Ireland
She'd have the most beautiful hair and could prove it was given her by God. By God! Boudica ( /ˈbuːdɨkə/; alternative spelling: Boudicca), also known as Boadicea and known in Welsh as Buddug (d. AD 60 or 61) was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire.
Brigid as warrior