The Tain Bo Cuailnge is the text in which the Morrigan and the Hound of Ulster, Cu Chulainn, meet. Angelique Gulermovich Epstein shows that in the Tain, Morrigan's first appearance is giving a phrophetic warning via a poem about war in Ulster. Morrigan's first meeting with Cu Chulaiin is in the form of a crow and she insults him.
Ground and center cast circle with feather light red and black candles light incense consecrate stone to Morrigan call Morrigan to give you strength "Morrigan, I call upon your inspiration I call upon your strength Come from the dark cave into this circle of light I call upon you Morrigan to come into my heart Be here now!" hold the stone while meditating feel her strength in you raise cone of power ground and center release Morrigan "Morrigan I thank you, release you and bid you farewell you are in my heart always Blessed be!" release circle
Poem by Burning Snow Hear my soul cry out in rage feel my rage the trees are torn from my body my waters are poisioned humans encaging animals in feces no room to turn around slave to the dollar humans are why I ask gauking at circus animals no pride just greed look into animals eyes look I say feel their fear does no one care they ask why what do I tell them they are not souls to you oppress the poor so you can get rich slave to the dollar illusion of freedom all of the isms classims sexismm racism and more all symptoms of your poison angry am I feel my anger I am dying does anyone care this earth a dustbowl will be and yet I love you I, Goddess, love unconditionally rise up against the poison let me know someone hears the earth and I are one I am the animals I am the trees I am the ocean I am the air I am you free yourself as a slave break the chains hear my screams of pleas wake up before its too late hear the pleas of nature calling to you you are one with them you do this to yourself cry with me then say no more start anew build this earth with Goddess love take my hand Morrigan I am end of this filth of man rebirth comes from destruction the time of the phoenix is here silence dawn is here feel Her warmth see her warmth do Her warmth
The Morrigan's Blessing by Estara http://home.earthlink.net/~estara2/index.html
WAR GODDESS: The Morrígan and her Germano-Celtic Counterparts A dissertation by Angelique Gulermovich Epstein http://www.loop.com/~musofire/diss/
Sisterhood of Avalon http://www.sisterhoodofavalon.org
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