Potent Days – Y dyddiau gwledd o Ffraed

So, here we are at the beginning of February, and the month kicks of with 3 very powerful days. All three are to do with purification and renewal – and associated muchly with our Ffraed.

Ffraed at St. Non’s & St. Bride’s
  1. St. Ffraed’s Day: 1st February (has intriguing connections to St. Valentine’s Day, via the Julian Calendar, if you think about it).
  2. Candlemas – Gŵyl Fair y Canhwyllau & the “Feast of the
    The Light of the World (Manchester version) -Public Domain

    Presentation of Christ in the Temple”: 2nd February, traditionally when candles for the year are blessed. This day honours the saint via  a celebration of her relic at the Church of St. John the Baptist, Lisbon, in Portugal – interesting, seeing as how the Portuguese courts

    Presentation of Christ in the Temple Missal – National Library of Wales

    have denounced the PCR tests – as has the W.H.O., grudgingly, – and surprise, surprise is being studiously ignored by govern-ments and complicit media by the way, in case you didn’t know. As Goddess of sovereignty, Ffraed/ Bride will always stand up for honesty and human rights.

  3. Ffraed at St. Non’s

    Gwyl Ffraed (the Cymric name for Imbolc), 3rd February this year, at 14.40 GMT. when the sun attains 15° Aquarius. Gwyl Ffraed, if we desire to be spiritually authentic, begins at sunset on the 2nd February and lasts until sunset on 3rd February. This is pre-Christian natural timing – before the calendar, which is not nature oriented, was invented.

Happy Gwyl Ffraed

Love,
Ellis

 

Imbolc

Of February Fecund…

An absorbing biography and lore of the Irish St. Brigit – including  the history and pronunciation of her name. By Hugh de Blacam, The Saints of Ireland: The Life-Stories of SS. Brigid and Columcille, January 1, 1942: St. Brigit: The Mary of the Gail
Well worth the read.

2021 Equinox, Solstice & Cross-Quarter Moments

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