Creative Deities

Creative Deities

Gods/Goddesses– Lugh, Goibniu, Brigit, Cerridwen, the Dagda, Ogma, Taliesin, Merlin, Bran the Blessed, Manannan mac Lir, Diancecht, Nantosuelta, Nuada, Luchtaine, Credne, Druantia, Scathach, Kai, Weyland, Rhiannon, Cernunnos, Athena, Hera, Hestia, the Muses, Apollo, Hermes, Hephaestus, Artemis, Thalia, Euphrosyne, Aglaia, Pan, Terpsichore, Hades, Pan, Euterpe, Orpheus, Minerva, Pales, Juno, Mercury, Vulcan, Diana, Faunus, Vesta, Osiris, Ptah, Khnemu, Thoth, Isis, Neith, Seshat, Anubis, Hathor, Khepera, Ra, Bast, Bes, Xochiquetzal, Itzamna, Pachacamac, Quetzalcoaltl,Tezcatlipoca, Xochipilli, Ishtar, Astarte
Color– True Pure Blue
Incence/Oil– Lily of the Valley
Animals– Dolphin, Whales
Spirits– Mermaid
Stones– Azurite, Torquoise
Metal– Aluminum
Plants– Carnation, Honeysukle, Vervain
Wood– Bramble
Planet– Neptune
Tarot Cards– Four Kings, Four Twos
Magickal Tools– Cauldron, Wand
Direction– South
Rituals– Achieving Equilibrium, Spiritual Manifestations, Creative Force, Divine Inspiration

Calendar of the Moon for October 10

Calendar of the Moon

10 Muin/Boedromion

Day of the Three Brothers of the Forge

Colors: Black, Bronze, Brown
Elements: Earth and Fire
Altar: Upon cloth of brown set three cups of ale, an anvil, a hammer, and other tools of metalworking, three red candles, woodworking tools, and things of wood and wrought metal.
Offerings: Repair things around the House.
Daily Meal: Sandwiches

Invocation to the Three Brothers

(One stands forth with the first cup of ale and says:)

Hail to the Tre Dee’ Dana!
Hail to Goibniu, Smith of the Tuatha!
The stars are the sparks from your anvil,
The weapons you forge are always deadly,
Your brew intoxicates the warrior
And makes him afraid of nothing!

(They pour out the ale as a libation. Another stands forth with the second cup and says:)

Hail to the Tre Dee’ Dana!
Hail to Creidhne, goldsmith of the Tuatha!
Worker in bronze, worker in brass,
Worker in silver and gold,
Your skilled hands fill the hall with beauty
And create wonder in our eyes.

(They pour out the ale as a libation. Another stands forth with the third cup and says:)

Hail to the Tre Dee’ Dana!
Hail to Luchtaine, carpenter of the Tuatha!
You who build the hall, the chair, the fine things
We live on, who sees the magic in the grain of wood,
Maker of wheels and wagons, carver of temple pillars,
Our hands cannot help but reach for your work.

(They pour out the ale as a libation. All go forth and strike one blow with the hammer on the anvil, asking for the blessing of the Brothers.)

[Pagan Book of Hours]