The Grimoire of the Court of Brigid is a suite of rituals that allow the magician to gain the aid of one of the most beloved of the Celtic deities – Brigid the High One. Through her blessing... More > the magician calls various spirits. The spirits are convoked in friendship and alliance with no element of coercion or threat.
The Court of Brigid grimoire is focused firmly on practical work,from the creation of the proper sacrifice ground to the Three Rites by which the alliances are made, to spells and boon-rites for specific goals. The names, powers and sigils of twenty-eight spirits are presented.
The work of the Court of Brigid is unique in current occult publishing – a system of formal evocation based firmly in a polytheistic (not to mention Celtic) context. Let the Fire of Offering be lit, and the spirits come to our call!< Less
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This simple guide offers comprehensive advice on starting and managing peer coaching circles. As a result of this process, readers gain... More > insight and encouragement that transforms their careers and lives.< Less
An unhistorical novel of dark age Britain. Meet Brigid, an accidental and financially embarassed Queen, trying to solve her money problems by kidnapping her enemy's beautiful, but rather disturbing... More > daughter.
But between a druid with worrying fixations and personal hygiene issues and neighbours with grand designs and no scruples, Brigid finds her Celtic friends are sometimes worse than her Saxon enemies as her plans unravel.< Less
Many legends recall Saint Brigid’s generosity as she traveled across Ireland in a chariot caring for all she met. The story of Saint Brigid and the King’s Wolf recalls her kindness to the... More > people of her village, Kildare, as well as the wild animals of the forest.
Saint Brigid’s day is February 1. Woven rush crosses are hung over doors for goodluck and oat breads are left on windowsills as a reminder to share food with those in need. In Ireland, this date marks the beginning of the new growing season when the soil begins to warm and the spring season will begin.< Less
Brigid feels an inexplicable urge to return to her roots in Ireland. Her new boyfriend Brent, a professor of ancient literature, has reason to suspect she is a Celtic goddess. This conflicts with her... More > belief that Celtic deities are simply a product of myth and legend. Her son, Ruadin, is also anxious to know the truth. With some help from three graceful faeries secretly inhabiting the woods nearby, Brigid uncovers the truth about the Otherworld of the Green Man. Will Brent be able to save Brigid before the shape-shifting Morigan prevents her from saving the ancient tribe? Take an imaginative ride into the mystical realm of the Celtic hearth.< Less