Well Water of St. Brigid

$ 34.95

The water contained in this pendant comes from the ancient Holy Well of St. Brigid in Kildare, Ireland. This well and gardens are dedicated to the Goddess and now Saint Brighid, an expert in poetry, divination and smith’s craft. She is celebrated on the Celtic holiday of Imbolc.

This sacred glass bottle pendant comes in a 1.5 inch glass vial with silver cap to help maintain the vibration and limits the amount of air exposure along with a silver plated chain. Suspended in the Brigid Well Water is a 5mm snow white quartz symbolizing the Nine White Stones, which represented the nine virgins attending Brigid.. They were priestesses of the Goddess, then later nuns tending the eternal flame at Kildare. This combination is said to have sacred healing properties. Wear it, or anoint yourself and objects with it. It comes in a little organza bag with a description pamphlet. The bottle is adorn with a pewter “St. Brigid’s Cross”.

Description

Holy wells throughout the Celtic world are dedicated to different goddesses and saints, many of whose waters are thought to be curative of various ailments. Around the Holy wells you will often see votive offerings like prayer beads, charms, tokens, ribbons and food to honor and offer prayers, devotion and intercessions, all relayed by the millions of pilgrimages whom visit these sacred place. These Holy wells offer life giving hope, renewed healing properties and a spiritual connection to our deities and nature.

The water contained in this pendant comes from the ancient Holy Well of St. Brigid in Kildare, Ireland. This well and gardens are dedicated to the Goddess and now Saint Brighid, an expert in poetry, divination and smith’s craft. She is celebrated on the Celtic holiday of Imbolc.

This sacred glass bottle pendant comes in a 1.5 inch glass vial with silver cap to help maintain the vibration and limits the amount of air exposure along with a silver plated chain. Suspended in the Brigid Well Water is a 5mm snow white quartz symbolizing the Nine White Stones, which represented the nine virgins attending Brigid.. They were priestesses of the Goddess, then later nuns tending the eternal flame at Kildare. This combination is said to have sacred healing properties. Wear it, or anoint yourself and objects with it. It comes in a little organza bag with a description pamphlet. The bottle is adorn with a pewter “St. Brigid’s Cross.

A little bit of history. Kildare’s historic plains covers almost 5,000 acres and are known as St. Brigid’s Pastures. In the year 470, Brigid founded an abbey at Kildare and was Abbess of the convent, the first in Ireland. The foundation developed into a center of learning and spirituality. She is legendary, extravagant and many miracles are attributed to her.

~”For 3 weeks I had been searching for an appropriate Celtic vial. I just kept at it until I happened upon your website and saw the pendant from the well of Brigid for my dear Irish friend Bridget who is an equine masseuse. She was DELIGHTED with the pendant and the instructions that came with it.  I will be making many purchases from you now that I’ve found you. The customer service is excellent, by the way and the package was delivered on the Solstice.” – Suzan Green

~”Wonderful. absolutely wonderful” – blessed be James Cordova

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