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Brigid: Flame of Two Eternities

One of the liveliest Goddesses of our Pagan revival is the Irish/Celtic Brigid. She is honored throughout American Paganism as one of the most popular subjects of worship outside of the Greco-Roman-Egyptian spectrum. She is worshipped as a Goddess of creativity, of artists, healers, poets, and craftspersons. Sometimes the mother, sometimes the maiden, even a crone, she supports a multitude of worshippers.

This article will look at the history of the Goddess Brigid, her roots in Celtic Paganism both British and Irish. We will see how she became identified with/as St. Brigid of Kildare and discuss her cult among the folk in medieval and modern times.

Read the original article at: Ar nDraiocht Fein

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