So. I want to discuss this lovely book I ordered just yesterday. Celtic lore and Spell craft of the dark goddess - Invoking the Morrigan By Stephanie Woodfield. First off, I love cover design of the book. It stays true to the Celtic tradition and the subject of the book, the goddess Morrigan. Now the content is fabulous. (Yes I’ve read it that quickly) It covers the mythos of the Morrigan in depth and very well, as well as the symbolic meaning of the myths, which if I may add, are very few remaining as the druids of old believed in the power of spoken word.
The book also goes over the individual goddesses that are said to be similar to or what make up the “morriganic trio” if you will, excluding Agrona, her conglomerate. However, it does cover: Babd, Macha, Anu, Nemain, Aine, Morgan la fey, Danu, and others. The book has several ingredients, spells and rites tailored for either a group of the featured goddesses or an individual featured goddess. It also covers the ogham (a divinatory system), invisibility, shapeshifting, faery lore and faery species, and general Spellcraft. The book essentially presents a large pathworking meant be over (in my eyes) a span of months and months.
For those that feel the call, I highly suggest this book.