Posts Tagged ‘Temple’

Temple Education Day!

April 8, 2010

Curious about Goddess Worship?


May 23, 2010 1-4 pm

At Goddess Blessed in Lakewood

15729 Madison Avenue, 216-221-8755

  • Presentation about Goddess Worship at 1 pm
  • Information about Lakewood’s Goddess Temple
  • Temple Members available to  answer questions
  • Refreshments provided!

Spaghetti Dinner

November 4, 2009

Spaghetti Dinner

Goddess Temple 

November 22, 2009

4 – 7 p.m. @ the

Masonic Temple 

15300 Detroit Avenue

Lakewood, Ohio 44107

Adult $10      Child $5

(Children under 4 free)

Call 216-221-8755 for info


*  Raffle to be Held at Dinner*

Proceeds Benefit the Goddess Temple

Please come in to Goddess Blessed to get your tickets. Goddess Blessed is located at 15729 MAdison Ave, lakewood Ohio.

Brigid, Our Patron Goddess

October 8, 2008

Beloved Brigid, Celtic Fire Goddess

-A testimony

Brigid is the powerful Celtic Goddess of fire I will tell you how it is I came to know her by fire, twice!

It was Imbolc and our coven was meeting on Saturday evening to honor the chosen Goddess Frigga since the following day we were holding a separate Goddess Temple service to honor Brigid and the Sabbat. 

Since it was February and close to Valentines Day we chose Frigga instead of the first thought of Aphrodite or Venus as our symbol of Love.

We adorned the altar with red white and pink candles, cloth and figurines’.

We placed a picture of Frigga on the altar and then went into the other room to get our coven together.

While we were “checking in” with each other the smell of smoke was wafting through the rooms to us. We ran into the other room to find flames and smoke so thick you could not tell the ceiling form the floor.

We all pulled together and ran in and out of the room extinguishing the fire and trying to get the smoke outside

The fire was contained to just the altar table and the carpet under it. Everything was burned or melted on the table, everything but the piece of paper we had printed out the picture of Frigga on and set in the middle of the table! Yes, a plain piece of paper sat in the middle of the altar engulfed in flames and did not have a single mark on it.

After everyone was calm and the room was smoke free we sat and determined that Brigid did not like us honoring another Goddess on her day and she left the picture unharmed as her note to us. The room was cleansed by fire and the day will forever be known as Brigid’s day and none others.

The next day at our Sabbat service we had a fire roaring in the fireplace and many pictures were taken. When I was putting the pictures from the day online I noticed in the pictures of the hearth and fire there was an image! There is an unmistakable image of Brigid in the flames wearing a crown/veil and all!

She had come to be there with us that Imbolc day as we honored her properly. I had never felt so moved in my whole life and so sure that the Gods/Goddess’ are here with us everyday and that they are always with us when we call upon them.

I still have and will forever hold dear to my heart the photo of Frigga with a small splatter of candle wax as the only mark of the fire and the picture of Brigid in her Imbolc flames. Brigid holds a very special place in my heart now and forever.