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**affirmationes ad Danu** ** ** **Goddess of all breath** ** You whisper to me** ** And I am changed** ** ** ** Goddess of purity and flame** ** You consume me** ** And I am changed** ** ** ** Goddess of deep wellsprings** ** You comfort me** ** And I am changed** ** ** ** Goddess of root and rock** ** You grow within me** ** And I am changed**

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1 Korin Robinson = "Goddess Danu is considered the most ancient of all Celtic Deities.  Her name means knowledge, wisdom, teacher, wealth and abundance. Goddess Danu is strongly associated with the Tuatha de Dannan, which means “The Children of Danu.”  The Tuatha de Dannan are believed to have been the wise ones, the alchemists of ancient Ireland.  Some references have them as actual descendants of Danu.  It is believed that when the Gaelics invaded Ireland, the Tuatha de Dannan shape shifted to the Sidhe. Some of Danu’s symbols include holy stones, horses – particularly mares, seagulls, fish, amber, gold, royalty/empress, rivers, sea, flowing water, air, wind, earth, moon, keys and crowns. Danu is commonly considered the first Great Mother of Ireland, Divine Creator aspect of the Goddess who birthed all things into being.  She is an Earth Goddess, associated with fertility, growth, plenty, abundance, agriculture, cultivation and with nurturing of the land.  Rivers, flowing water and the sea are also Danu’s Domain.  Within this water form she wields the magic of Divine Flow.  This River Goddess offers to clear stagnant energy and to remove blockages so that our efforts easily flow into fruition.  As the river eventually flows into the sea, here Danu brings motivation to move within the direction of our dreams."
2 Cary W = "One Word from our Hope, Self, true Spirit, and we are changed...the world dissolves at the revelation of the Living Word.  Let us continually be attentive to Thy Voice, oh inner Guide and God."