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     Traditions: Wisdom of the Flame

    TraditionsKelledia writes:  

      Flame keeping can mean many and various things, not the least of which is the honor we give to the Gods by keeping our tending commitment. But perhaps it's most important function is that it can activate our ancestral memory. 


    Posted by admin on Tuesday, June 29, 2010 @ 19:21:17 CDT(2403 reads)
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     Traditions: Brigid's Imbolc Ritual - Solo

    Traditionspiastra writes:  
    PAGAN RITUAL - Druidic - Imbolc/Brigid

    (can be easily adapted to group ritual or just a ritual for brigid herself to be used anytime)

    Midnight Altar - Incense

    Urn of water as a healing well

    Quill or artist’s brush to represent poetry or art

    Wand or staff (rowan preferred)

    3 white candles and 1 red candle

    Sun medallion or child god representation

    Large (24 hr) oil lamp with red oil



    Posted by admin on Thursday, April 12, 2007 @ 09:20:03 CDT(14431 reads)
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     Traditions: St. Bride from Pagan Goddess to Christian Saint

    TraditionsAnnell writes:  
    St Bride
    The first of February marks a number of rituals and festivals in the world. The Chinese New Year happens around this date, Ground hog day, the Feast of St. Bride (or Brigid) and for us pagan folk Imbolc occurs as we enter what is often the coldest and dreariest month of the year.

    Imbolc is also called Candlemass, and that name is fairly self-explanatory. But in case you haven’t had your morning coffee yet, or are just a little slow in general, I’ll explain.

    Posted by admin on Thursday, March 22, 2007 @ 22:41:04 CDT(11215 reads)
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