Brigit is the Celtic triple goddess. A fiery goddess who tirelessly protects those who call upon her. She is a feminine counterpart to Archangel Michael's warrior energy and was transitioned to St. Brigid by the Catholic church to bridge the Pagan and Christian divide.:
CELTIC GODS AND GODDESSES The myths of the Celtic Goddesses span a large area of Western and Central Europe. It was in these places that the Iron age Celtic speaking tribes settled. After numerous conflicts the Celtic people were mainly confined to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany, their influence here was reduced even further by the Romans and Christianization.
Celtic Goddess Brighid Origins of Brighid: In Irish mythological cycles, Brighid (or Brighit), whose name is derived from the Celtic brig or "exalted one", is the daughter of the Dagda, and therefore one of the Tuatha de Dannan. Her two sisters were also called Brighid, and were associated with healing and crafts. The three Brighids were typically treated as three aspects of a single deity, making her a classic Celtic triple goddess.
The Triskelion 3 rings -invoke the 3 fates in several ancient traditions. Celtic Goddesses appear in 3s, ancient Great Earth Mother was the Triple Goddess: Maiden, Mother and Crone. Snail shells, water flows, star systems - our DNA. Among the most ancient symbols. Mystical triple patterns symbolize womb, death and rebirth, and the coiled serpent or dragon, both regarded as sacred in the old religion, representing the Earth energies.
Brigid: Irish & Celtic deity of all things perceived to be of relatively high dimensions & of higher knowledge (wisdom, crafts, excellence in warfare, etc.) Daughter of the Dagda. Consort of Bres. and is considered a triple goddess. Welsh equivalent is Fraid, Scottish is Brìghde/Brìde, Gaulish is Brigindū, & British is Brigantia.