Here is a Feast of the Narucnici to be celebrated on the 24th of June.
3 candles; one black - one red - and one white. Picture of the Narucnici or of the three Graces Cover your altar with a white cloth Decorate with flowers and eggs (which the Fates love)
Prepare red foods and drinks and don't forget to set three plates for The Three Ladies. Treat them as if they were present. Toast them, talk to them - all you say will be heard.
Thank them eloquently and warmly for the gifts you have received in the past. Ask for their help in recognizing the gifts and opportunities that are comming to you, ask them to guide you so that you'll be in the right place and in the right frame of mind to benefit in the future.
Here you can say this prayer to them:
"Narucnici, oh Goddesses of Fates,
what you see is what you sing,
you who have no regret
Sing thy words of wisdom to me.
What you sing is what we get,
You who have to regret,
Send me peace, love, health and wealth,
and keep no secret.
Oh Goddesses of Fate,
Let me hear without fear,
May your song to me be clear.
Show me my path in life,
and help me make it right.
Now close your eyes and clear your mind, sit for a few moments in silence. Now, listen and note what new thoughts come to you. This is how the Narucnici speak to those who know how to listen
When you have finished eating, drinking and meditating, Thank the Fates for their presence and blow out the candles. Give the food from their plates to hungry dogs. The Narucnici, like Hecate, love hounds.
As for my sculpture here is the disription: in a cave I scupted with clay on the left is Urdh an elder woman dressed a black dress and also wearing a black veil beside her is a spinning wheel. In the midle is Verdandi; tall and dressed in red she is looking direclty at us, in front of her is the full loom. On the right is Skuld; all of white and hooded holding the saythe of the grim riper. I decorated the altar with flowers and eggs and lite three candle; one white, one black and one red.
Most of this information on this page has been taken from the book Summoning the Fates
by Z. Budapest. So I would like to give thanks to this kind and wise woman for her teachings
The prayer in the Feast to the Narucnici was created by me.
Spinning Wheel Pendant available from
(Medussa's first language is French.)