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Author Topic: Irish invocations to Brigit  (Read 3281 times)
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« Reply #1: August 24, 2010, 07:59:56 pm »

Ok, I'm going to be totally lazy here.

I remember, in earlier days of the Cill, someone (or more than one someone) posting invocations to Brigit in Irish. I wrote them down, but have since misplaced the little journal I'd written them in, and I really don't feel like digging back through 5 pages of threads here.

So... can anyone repost them? Please?  Smiley


Perhaps it's in this one, specifically here and here.

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