The Celtic deity Brigid is associated strongly with fire, beside being a patron goddess of poetry, smithing, arts, and medicine. She’s honoured during the springtime welcoming festival known as Imbolc
Goddess BRIGHID 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 nurikabe is spirit from Japanese folklore. It manifests as a wall that impedes or misdirects walking travelers at night
Bridit é a Grande Deusa Mãe. Ela é uma deusa do fogo e da forja, portanto de habilidades artísticas, especialmente o trabalho com o metal. Ela também representa o aspecto mãe pela fertilidade do ventre tanto da mulher como da terra, e também a fertilidade da inspiração. Ela também é adorada como deusa de proteção e cura e pode ser invocada em praticamente qualquer encantamento ou mágica que envolva tais esforços...
From left to right, Brighid in her triple aspects as; the Healer, the Flame of Inspiration, and the Smith/Fferyllt. There are gold metallic details, too, ...
Shakti, the Great Goddess means “Cosmic Energy."Woman is the creator of the universe the universe is her form; woman is the foundation of the world, she is the true form of the body. In woman is the form of all things, of all that lives and moves in the world. There is no jewel rarer than woman, no condition superior to that of a woman.
Voodoo's Bride of Death: Maman Brigitte
Voodoo's Bride of Death: Maman Brigitte article by Lilith Dorsey