Good answer there Dowrgi, that tells me several things about Brigid which I did not know before, and I have studied her and I have studied the Tuatha De. Thank you Dowrgi
Thanks David. The wonderful thing about British/Welsh and Irish mythologies is the layers and layers of meaning, the overlaps, the influences and the differences, yet at the same time, you can – at least I can – always seem to discern the same ‘spirit’ running through things.
To some there is Bríd, to others there is Saint Brigid, to yet others Brigantia, but to me it doesn’t really matter so much because the same ‘spirit’ is always there, if you follow me?