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Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig
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Brigid - Celtic Goddess of Sun, Fire, Poetry and Music, Wiccan Pagan Statue, Celtic Mythology, St. Brigid, Brighid, Brigantia, Brigit, Brig

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Brigid is conjuring the power of fire and the waking sun to fulfill her rites of magic as the muse of all magic, poetry, music and the very spark of all creation. As the patron of smiths she both forges and fuels the cauldron’s magic. Her robes are inspired by the Brídeógs that young woman would fashion in honour of her during Imbolc.

We are launching Brigid and her ritual kit (separate listing) this year for Imbolc or Imbolg (pronounced i-MOLK or i-MOLG ), also known as saint Brigid’s Day (Irish: Lá Fhéile Bríde, Scottish Gaelic: Là Fhèill Brìghde, Manx: Laa’l Breeshey), a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring.

Most commonly it is held on 31 January–1 February, that is, halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals, along with Beltane, Lughnasadh and Samhain. It is observed in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. Kindred festivals were held at the same time of year in other Celtic lands; for example the Welsh Gwyl Fair y Canhwyllau.

Imbolc is mentioned in some of the earliest Irish literature and it is associated with important events in Irish legend. It has been suggested that it was originally a pagan festival associated with the goddess Brighid and that it was Christianized as a festival of Saint Brigid, who some scholars take to be a Christianization of the goddess, while others believe that Brigid was a real person. At Imbolc, Brigid’s crosses were made and a doll-like figure of Brigid, called a Brídeóg, would be carried from house-to-house. Brighid was said to visit one’s home at Imbolc. To receive her blessings, people would make a bed for Brighid and leave her food and drink, while items of clothing would be left outside for her to bless. Brighid was also invoked to protect livestock. Holy wells were visited and it was also a time for divination.

Brigid in your well and water sleeping from the winter
Beneath the crack of ice and weight of all
Wake, wake, the fish is leaping
The turtle too awakened
The grey dark sea is calling
The poet needs your spark
The river wants to play your tune today

So we honour both the Brigids
The sainted feast, the goddess well
As we craft the Imbolc cross
Weave both stories to the tell

Product Details: Our version of Brigid is hand finished in a black and red and bronze patina (that will vary for each piece) and can be set with carefully selected matched sets of quartz crystal clusters. She stands 10cm tall, 5cm wide, 6cm deep and weights 50g without crystals.

All of our products are designed and individually 3D printed here in our home studio using a bio-safe, non-toxic, vegetable, wood fibre or sugar-cane based PLA. We then hand-finish each piece, usually smoothing and sanding them using a natural wood fibre material and then acrylic paints or glazes. The cured finishes are non-toxic but the metallic finishes do have the actual metals in them. This is a clean and local process and our materials are selected from those made in Canada or the USA. We are 100% NOT “Made in China” and take some pride in that. Through careful research and testing, we have found a great way to get around the toxic resin and moulding processes used in most of the statues on the market.