Brigid’s Fire is a new magazine catering for members of the growing pagan community in Ireland; a community composed of well-educated individuals who generally fall into the professional, skilled worker, student, self-employed and artistic employment categories and who share a common trait of having enquiring minds, a love of Nature and an interest in personal self-development. Launch date was on Saturday 16th January 2010.
Brigid’s Fire carries articles on a broad range of topics including features on environmental issues, natural healing methods, herbal medicines, pagan religious identity, spiritual awareness, mythology; sacred sites, feminine spiritual identity; food and recipes, seasonal festivals, sustainable living, craft skills, personal well-being and personal self-development. There is also a focus on cultural matters and heritage studies with articles on music, artistic expression, poetry and book reviews.
Highlights of Imbolc 2010 Issue 1
Waking the Gods: Our Odyssey into Trance-Prophesy
With Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone
The Goddess Brigit, a Personal Perspective
By Ray Sweeney
Hedge Witch Series
Spirit of Dingle