Friday Form A Circle – Scotican Druidess Flame Of The Goddess Ritual

July 31, 2009 at 10:55 am (Ancestors, Circle, Folklore, Friday, Lammas, Lore, Lughnasadh, Magic, pagan, Ritual, Solitary, Witch)

Scotican Druidess Flame Of The Goddess Ritual
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Scotican Druidess Goddess Rituals Webpage

For 1 August
Items Needed:

  • small cake
  • chalice filled with wine juice, or water
  • Parchment scrolls printed with your secret wishes
  • Ribbon or cording of your choosing
  • Crystals & semi-precious gemstones of your choosing

Say this:

"Ceud m`ile failte’, O dear Goddess                  (name of your patron goddess), amazon and keeper of the mysteries of womyn who was, is, and shall be my dearest guardian among all realms, my greatest strength, and frynd. Once again, dear Lady, I come before you and ask you to celebrate with me this festival of the Flame of The Goddess for you my altar is festive with things sacred to you alone- in honor, thanks and love for the gift of your presence in my life"

Pick up cake and say:

"O keeper of the mysteries of womyn, bless this cake I eat, and imbue me with your power."

Take a bite and say:

"Slainte’! So mote it be!"

Pick up chalice and say:

"O keeper of the mysteries of womyn, bless this liquid that I drink, and imbue me with your power."

Take a drink and say:

"Slainte’! So mote it be!"

Put the parchment paper with your wishes into your cauldron, saying,

"May my wishes rise through the smoke of the cauldron’s flame. May the flame of the goddess hear my prayer, and be so moved as to grant my request this eve. Slainte! So Mote it be!"

Pour water from chalice over fire to extinguish. Then say:

"Many thanks for your company this eve, dearest (name of your patron goddess). Go in peace, and thou go well Slainte’! So mote it be. as it shall also be with thee. Slainte’! So mote it be. To the Realms 3, to you and the Daoine Sidhe! Slainte’! So mote it be. Until we meet again, may you weave a bright web in the tapestry of life! Slainte’! So mote it be, and so it is!"

(For info on Scotican tradition go to Clan of The Keltic Moon. This ritual was written 22 years ago, as part of the author’s initiation for full blooded Scotswomyn Druidesses into the tradition. The author says, "You are free to use the rituals if they so suit you! *chuckle*")

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