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Charge of the Dark Goddess

From She who is Called Morrighan, Hecate, Cailleach, Hel,Nephysis,and by many other names as well...
Whenever you seek wisdom, at the time of the Darkening Moon, come together in love and trust and learn of Me, who am the Wisest of Crones…Ye who search the mysteries of the Earth, the secrets of Air and Darkness, of Blood and Fire, the silence of the uttermost stars, come unto me, and I shall whisper to you in the depths of midnight.
Ye shall approach Me in silence, and as a sign that ye are free from fear, your breast you shall bare to My blade…for fear has no place in My mysteries, and that which you seek of me will destroy you if you fear it.
. I am the silence before birth and after death. I am the clouded mirror in which you scry your own soul. I am mist in the twilight, the vast and starry sky of midnight, shadows on the Moon. All things come to Me in the end, and yet I am the beginning of all. I meet you at the crossroads, I lead you through the darkness, My hand you grasp in the passage between the worlds. To those that toy with Me am I an instrument of self-destruction. yet to the true seeker do I bring knowledge beyond mortal comprehension.
Of you shall I demand the utter truth of all that you are, and in return shall I give you all that you may be, all that I am. For My wisdom is beyond the Ages, and knowledge of My Secrets is power over self, over fear, over death. Nor do I demand aught of you which you cannot give. For I am the Mother of Mysteries, and as you know Me, so shall you learn to know yourself.
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The Morrighan, She who is the Phantom Queen, Queen of Fairies,Demons, and Witches The Warrior, whose blade slices swift. She who flys over the battles who fears none
She calls to all who dare to follow Her with out fear, wihtout looking back holding nothing back

Her Sacred Night is Samhain, and all Waning and DarkMoon nights Her altar drips with blood

The blood of ego, pride, patriarchy ,excuses,

Her call to women is to be strong rise from the ashes like the phoenix do away with self pity and weakness

Face your demons and slay them all

Her sword piecres the heart, slicing swiftly, exposing,laying bare getting to the truth you can not lie for She already knows The Morrighan Her familar the Raven and Crow

Her messangers to those whose ears hear.

Her offerings yes seem drastic but what She wants is you

Toast Her with ale, red wine,but do not ever ignore Her

There is so much to Her She is complicated then again She likes it that way hence no one can say they know it all about Her She is a Triple Goddess some have written a triple crone

She is the sorceress from Her you will learn the secrets of magick,She is justice and does not play

In Celtic Myth She is the washer of the ford

A solider who see her at the river washing cloths would know it was his time in battle he would die

In the form of a Raven Her screaches are said to make mad Her enemies She would bring chaos confusion to those She ws not pleased with

Her colors yes Red black silver, yet She is an earth Goddess of inspiration and healing so green, Goddess of rivers and seas, so blue purple for spirit and royalty

If you are serious and desire to know Her reserch, let Her know, Honor Her

Her primary three face are Nemain-Anu, Badb Catha,Macha

Her magick is best for banishings, cleansings,Protection, innerwork, protection, healing,justice, major change, and Fairy work and Shapeshifting .

She is a death Goddess but death brings rebirth

She is dark yet behold like the moon She is light

The moon goes fromn Dark to light back to dark but it is the same moon.

I am Hers and

and am in service to Her

Blessed Be

The Morrighan-   Yes a complicated Goddess, for maybe She still wants to hold some mysteries and She shares with those he wishes TheMorrighan Morrigan Morrigu- Her name means Phantom Queen-or Spectra Queen She is Queen of spirits ghosts, demons,and Fairies. She is Matron of Priestesses and Witches. Goddess of death, destruction, battle, inspiration healing, and all magick There is so much to Her yet some only focus on the warrior She is also a Goddess of sex, the ultimate feminine, Morrighan is both alluring and fearsome...The Morrighan is a Prophetess   There is three aspects to Her, Edon McCoy, calls Her a triple Crone GoddessI have not read that anywhere else but in her book Celtic Myth and -MagickShe is I believe very much a triple Goddess Nemain- Ana- The Dark Maiden Her name means Venomous, battle fury Badb Catha  The  Dark Mother- Her cauldron of death and rebirth and prophecy ever boiling Her name means Crow/-Boiling Macha- Lady Death the Crone-  Her name  can mean Raven /Fury  in someplaces She is associated with Rhiannon/Macha is also associated with the horse and I also believe as they are three yet one they  interchanges as other references ...   As an individual, Macha was known by a great variety of names, including Dana and Badb (“Crow,” or “Raven”). She was the great earth mother, or female principle, and a great slaughterer of men, as was another of the trinity, Morrígan, or Black Annis, who survives in Arthurian legend as Morgan Le Fay. The third goddess was Nemain   Macha. Irish otherworldly woman with three identities and multiple associations. She may have originally been a goddess of the land; see ANA. Her associations with war link her to Badb and Mórrígan; as a trio they are called Mórrígna. An association with horses suggests a derivation from Epona (or euhemerization from another, unnamed horse-goddess) as well as links to Rhiannon. Her high status in Ulster implies that she may have been a sovereignty goddess. While there are three Machas for purposes of story telling, they may all derive from a single persona; each is attributed the same mother, Ernmass. Georges Dumézil has argued that this provides a model for tripartite division (see TRIPLISM); see ‘Le Trio Des Macha’, Revue de l'Histoire Des Religions, 146 (1954), 5–17. T. F. O'Rahilly (1946) thought there was but one Macha with three attributed husbands. Cúchulainn's horse Liath Macha [grey of Macha] could, for example, be named for any of the three Machas. Emain Macha may be named for any of the three. All may also take the form of a crow. See also Françoise Le Roux and Christian-J. Guyonvarc'h, La Souveraineté guerrière de l'Irlande: Mórrígan, Bodb, Macha (Rennes, 1983).
Three other aspects of Macha feature in Irish folklore, which likely derive from a common goddess, as they are all said to have a mother named Ernmas (also considered to be the mother to Eriu, Banba, and Fódla, sacred names for Ireland). One Macha, a seeress, was the wife of Nemed "Sacred", who invaded Ireland and fought the Fomorians in Irish legend. Emain Macha, a bronze-age hill fort in Northern Ireland, and legendary capital of Ulster, is said to have been named for Her.

The second Macha, titled Mong Ruadh ("red-haired"), was a warrior and Queen, who overpowered Her rivals and forced them to build Emain Macha for Her.

The third Macha, and probably the most well-known, was said to be the wife of Crunniuc. Like many supernatural lovers, She warns him to tell no one of Her existence; but he boasts to the king of Ulster that his wife can outrun the fastest chariot. The king then seizes the very pregnant Macha and forces Her to run a race, against Her protests. In spite of this, she does win, and as she crosses the finish line she gives birth. In her dying pain and anger She curses the men of Ulster to nine times nine generations, that in their time of worst peril they should suffer the pain of childbirth.


In Celtic * mythology, Badb was the goddess of war. Often appearing in the form of a raven or crow, she would confuse and frighten armies by flying over the battlefield and shrieking loudly. In some stories, she belonged to the Morrigan, a trio of war goddesses that included Nemain and Macha.

Badb was also the goddess of death: her appearance seemed to indicate that someone was about to die. In the role of "the washer at the ford," Badb washed the equipment of warriors who were about to die. Some sources say that Badb was a friend and helper of the Irish folk hero Cuchulain. When Cuchulain was killed, Badb flew over his body in the form of a crow. The fact that Cuchulain did not strike out at her proved that he was dead.

Badb is also said to appears an older woman or hag stands on one foot in a bird position her lips blue or red where he speaks forth prophecies
  The Morrighan is alos associated with rivers and streams, healing and inspiration. emotion She is a fiesty and passionate Goddess   The Morrighan is not  not a fluffy  or fuzzy Goddess, She is about personal responsibility and personal empowerment and independance She is a Goddess  yes has compassion but does not nor will She baby you Her lessons not easy but neither is life. She  does not do or play the  BS game.....Her Magick is multidemensional and powerful   It is She I belive calls Her daughters and sons and it is by Sword- The Sword exposes, the inner life and piecres to the truth of a person and all matters The Morrighan is about jutice and truth and sometimes truth hurtsSometimes we must be wounded to heal   You know some are afraid of Her dark aspect but dark does not mean evil or  negative persey We can not have light without dark day without night and many have tried to  water down Her darker aspects and make Her to be what he is not   The Morrighan is not known for great paitence tolerance especialy  for excuses, and those who dare triffle with Her  Now I did not say She is not patient but  She does not play games understand when you call on Her She means business The Morrighan is not to be taken lightly I also believe  we probably will not know everything about Her, in this realm as She does not any to think They know it all about Her......   Before envoking any Goddess or entity one should know as much as they can as iot is like inviting a stranger in your house   Samhain is Her Sacred night as is written in many Celtic myths She marries and copulates with the Dagda- The Morrighan although She can represent chaos is also about balance. We must each find our balance  within   The Morrighan,is also an Earth Goddess, the sidhe and Tuatha De Dannan is alos associated with Her.     We do have a portal to our coven here DarkMoonCircle portal it is by invite your welcomed to contact me for invite and  information Our portal here focuses on the Goddess Morrighan and Honoring Her  as well as  for those who wish to be part of our circle information is offered