#Omens&Symbols . . . . women’s spinning and weaving





“There is an incredible historical connection between women’s spinning and weaving and
their roles as keepers of wisdom and prophecy. Women were said to weave incantations and
blessings into their warps, while goddesses like Minerva, Artemis, Athena, the Moirae, Brigit,
Badb Catha, and the Morrigan were long depicted as weavers or spinners, presiding over the
makers and receivers of woven pieces.”

 ~Kristen Roderick










Text & image source: The Spirit that moves me https://www.facebook.com/thespiritthatmovesme/
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