Ancient Celtic Incantation

I am bowing my head In the eye of the Mother who gave me birth, In the eye of the Maiden who loves me, In the eye of the Crone who guides me in wisdom,

In friendship and affection.

Through thy gift of nature, O Goddess, Bestow upon us fullness in our need.

Love towards the Lady, The affection of the Lady, The laughter of the Lady, The wisdom of the Lady, The passion of the Lady, The blessing of the Lady, And the magic of the Lady

To do in the world of Abred, As the Ageless Ones do in Gwynfyd;

Each shade and light, Each day and night, Each moment in kindness, Grant us Thy Sight.


Carmina Gadelica - Ancient Celtic Oral Tradition - Carmina Gadelica is a compendium of prayers, hymns, charms, incantations, blessings, literary-folkloric poems and songs, proverbs, lexical items, historical anecdotes, natural history observations, and miscellaneous lore gathered in the Gaelic-speaking regions of Scotland between 1860 and 1909.

Collected in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by Alexander Carmichael



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