BRIGID, or Brigit, Brighid, Bride. Irish Goddess of the Sacred Flame.
BRIGID is a Threefold Goddess, each one Her faces representing Her dominion over poetry, healing, and smithcraft. Called the Great Goddess, She is keeper of the holy wells and rivers of healing and rebirth, as well as the sacred flames of creativity. Her festival Imbolc is celebrated on February 1st or 2nd, where sacred bonfires are kept burning all evening long to call forth the Sun from hiding. BRIGID is the mother of inventions and craftsmanship, the wise woman of healing, as well as the patroness of poets and priestesses. As Christian thought invaded the ancient world, the Goddess BRIGID was morphed into Saint BRIGID of Kildare.
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