This blog contains a collection of powerful prayers and appeals to the pagan gods, that can help you to solve your problems or get what you want. Be careful, the gods do not like being disturbed at trifles. Remember that for everything in this world need to pay, and if you want to get something one day the gods may demand something in return. Need to be prepared for it. Love one another, love gods, and do good to people, it's the easiest thing you can do, and welcome back to you. Blessed Be!

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

To Conjure The Court Of Brigid

To Conjure The Court Of Brigid Image
Here's a simplified rite of calling for the spirits of the Court of Brigid. I'm rendering the sigils even now, but it will still take some time to get them nicely ready. When they are ready I'll be making a small grimoire of the whole working available, probably free for the first minutes, so watch this space. In the meantime anyone can render sigils from Fionn's Widow if you know the system or make reduction sigils of the spirit's name if you wish.

Step one would be to conjure each one in turn (or whichever one of them is interested in) and ask them for some specific charms or methods by which their power can be used.

Once you have performed the Court of Brigid sacrifice, and gained the Blessing of the Goddess and the Three Powers, you can contact one of the Courtiers through this rite. Those with a relationship with the Goddess Brigid might be able to use this rite alone, but working the full sacrifice is recommended.

Prepare the sigil of the Courtier, perhaps written on clean paper, perhaps carved in wood or clay, if you wish a more permanent fetish. Set this amidst your hallows where it will be visible, in a way that you can set offerings before it.

The Rite:

Find your basic trance, and attune to the Two Powers:

Offer to the Fire, Well
By Gods, Dead
By Fire, Well
Let the Gate be open!

Turn once deasil, saying:

So the Way is opened and this place is claimed. Let no ill or harm come to me and mine, and Wisdom, Love and Power flow to me through this gate. So be it!

Pause and open the Inner Eye.

A short invocation to the Kindreds, with a simple offering, can be done if this is being done formally at the shrine:

Gods and Dead and Mighty Sidhe
Powers of Land and Sky and Sea
A gift I give, from me to thee
Come and lend your aid to me.

Prepare an offering and invoke Brigid, saying:

Brigid of the mantles, Brigid of the hearth fire,
Brigid, friend of mortals, Brigid, fire of magic
Brigid the foster mother, Brigid woman of wisdom.
Brigid the daughter of Danu, Brigid the triple flame.
Kindle your flame in my head, heart and loins,
Send me your cup, your harp, your forge,
That I may speak with the spirits of your Court,
All in your honor, Brigid font of blessing.
So I call you, Brigid an Ardhaon, High one.
Receive this offering!
Offering is given
Brigid above me, Brigid below me,
Brigid at every airt about me.
Brigid in my truest heart
Br'id thuas linn, Br'id th'ios linn, Br'id maidir linn;
Br'id in'ar gcro'i

Prepare an offering to the Tri Cumhachtai, saying:

In the power of Brigid na Ardhaon
I call to the Servants of Brigid.
I call to the Clairseach Br'id - the Harp of Brigid.
teacht, cumhacht, teacht, de r'eir ainm Br'id
I call to the Cup'an Br'id - the Cup of Brigid.
teacht, cumhacht, teacht, de r'eir ainm Br'id
We call to the Cas'ur Br'id - the Hammer of Brigid.
"teacht, cumhacht, teacht, de r'eir ainm Br'id"
Oh great Servants of the High One, answer this calling.
To you, O Noble Ones, I make this offering.
F'ailte a chur roimh, tr'i Cumhachta'i Br'id.
Come to my call, and accept my sacrifice!

Final offering is given, with meditation on the presence of Brigid. An omen could be taken to determine whether the goddess is favorably disposed to the work.


I call in the name of Brigid an Ardhaon, by the nine given gifts and the threefold blessing. By the Harp and Hammer and by the Cup I call you, to come to my Grove.

O spirit "(spirit's name)" O Noble One
I call to you by Well and Fire and Tree
Draw near, and come in peace, I bid you now,
Take you this gift, O "(spirit)" COME TO ME!" (Make the offering)"

When the spirit has arrived, greet it saying perhaps:

WELCOME "(spirit)," to my fire in peace. Welcome without harm or deceit and in the name of Brigid.
I would ask a boon.
I would work my will,

Whether you are sent or you can send another spirit.

To: "(state intention clearly and specifically)"

Do this for me and I will give to you due offering.

This can be repeated, often three times. After each repetition, open your Inner Eye to the Courtier, and seek a response, conversing as is useful. Can the Courtier accomplis the work? Can she find an agent who can? What are your specific needs? - include a time-based deadline if you need to. If you like, use a simple divination to see whether your visions are true or just to communicate with the Courtier. After three repetitions, you may spend some time communing with the Courtier. When you feel sure that the work will be done, thank the Familiar, saying something like:

DEPART NOW, MY FRIEND, O "(spirit's name)," and remember your oath, complete the charge I have given you, with harm to none, and come again at the proper time, or whenever I might call you, and I will make to you due offering.

A Short Closing

Let bound be bound and wound be wound;
Thus all is done, and done, and well done,
And thus I end what was begun.
Make a banishing spiral over the Fire, saying:

The sacred center has held well,
Now, by Tree and Fire and Well,
Let this gate be closed!

To the Three Holy Kindreds I give my thanks.
To the Keeper of Gates I give my thanks.
To the Mother of All I give my thanks.
Let wisdom, love and power
kindle in all beings
And the Ancient Wisdom be renewed.
The rite is ended, so be it!

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