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Celtic Christian-Style Rune/Invocation - After many Celts were first converted to Christianity, many old traditions continued under new guises, like this one.  This blend of Christian and Pagan belief is largely unique to Irish Catholicism.

Celtic Christian-Style Rune/Invocation - After many Celts were first converted to Christianity, many old traditions continued under new guises, like this one. This blend of Christian and Pagan belief is largely unique to Irish Catholicism.

“I am safe” sigil

“I am safe” sigil

Witches Childs Prayer by minimissmelissa.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Witches Childs Prayer by minimissmelissa.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Bullaun stones featured in Irish folklore as the most powerful place to utter a blessing, or a curse. They are recognizable by their hollowed centre which are thought to have been used for baptisms in early Christian times.

Bullaun stones featured in Irish folklore as the most powerful place to utter a blessing, or a curse. They are recognizable by their hollowed centre which are thought to have been used for baptisms in early Christian times.

A beautiful prayer for times of stress, when calm seems far away. Celtic Prayer. Every Day Spirit

A beautiful prayer for times of stress, when calm seems far away. Celtic Prayer. Every Day Spirit

celtic runes symbols and meaning - Google Search

celtic runes symbols and meaning - Google Search

Celtic Prayer

Celtic Prayer

Celtic Blanket Blessing #1 Embroidery Design

Celtic Blanket Blessing #1 Embroidery Design

Burning sage gifs - Google Search                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Burning sage gifs - Google Search More

The Beautiful Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors | Get Fed | A Catholic Blog to Feed Your Faith

The Inspiring Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors

The Beautiful Prayer of St. Brendan the Navigator, Irish Patron of Sailors | Get Fed | A Catholic Blog to Feed Your Faith

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