Girl of the Dagda and the goddess mother
Morigan, Brigantia (Brigit in the Irish pantheon) is
a young lady spiritually high. (Brig means: high)
She has two copies, her sisters, with whom she
presides over the arts, over the music, over the
poetry, the medicine and the crafts of metals.
She is celebrated in February, when the witch
Caillach ( the winter) gives up the place in spring
Brigantia, associated with the milk, with the
perpetual fire and with the lambs.
It is the symbol of the youth and the innocence.