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Brigid's Cross - Many rituals are associated with the making of the crosses. It was traditionally believed that a Brigid's Cross protects the house from fire and evil. It is hung in many Irish and Irish-American kitchens for this purpose.

Catholic Cuisine: Guinness Caramelized Onion & Irish Cheddar Quiche

Catholic Cuisine: Guinness Caramelized Onion & Irish Cheddar Quiche

Celtic Tree of Life - Amazing! I have no idea how I would quilt this -- maybe appliqué for the tree, and Celtic knot appliqué for the roots.

Genesis of Belief -Mana Lesman  "Oil on Canvas  48″x48″  2011  The propensity to practice religion began for our species with three elements:  music, dance and the visions that eminated from the two.  This was pure spiritual experience, pure belief from which all the rule laden religions have evolved.  How sweet it would have been to remain with the genesis."

Genesis of Belief -Mana Lesman "Oil on Canvas 48″x48″ 2011 The propensity to practice religion began for our species with three elements: music, dance and the visions that eminated from the two. This was pure spiritual experience, pure belief from which all the rule laden religions have evolved. How sweet it would have been to remain with the genesis."

Imbolc

Imbolc

Beautiful Imbolc painting by Hamish Burgess, for the cover of Celtic Connections

Imbolc - 'As the deepest of winter starts to shift, most of nature still sleeps quietly.'    Artwork by Jaine Rose

Imbolc - 'As the deepest of winter starts to shift, most of nature still sleeps quietly.' Artwork by Jaine Rose

Brigid - Goddess of healing, poetry and the forge. Patron of smiths, healers and artisans.  Her special day is Imbolc, the beginning of spring.

Brigid - Goddess of healing, poetry and the forge. Patron of smiths, healers and artisans. Her special day is Imbolc, the beginning of spring.

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