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“A Brigit, a ban-dé beannachtach Tair isna huisciu noiba, A ben inna téora tented tréna, Isin cherdchai, Isin choiriu, Ocus isin chiunn, No-don-cossain, Cossain inna túatha. ~~~ O Brighid, blessed Goddess Come into the sacred waters O woman of the three strong fires, In the forge, In the cauldron, In the head. Protect us. Protect the people.”
How to Make a Brighid Wheel/Cross In Celtic mythology the cross is not actually a cross, it is a wheel of fire. The wheel was placed in the home to protect the home from fire and evil. Brighid is also known as a goddess of the crossroads, and this symbol represents the place where two worlds meet, and the year is at a crossroads between light and dark.