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A Prayer to Sirona

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Today, according to the Archives of Reformed Druidry in America (ARDA), is the Feast of Sirona. This is described as "Goddess of Rivers. Rivers in your vicinity should be blessed by your local Arch-Druid and hymns of praise to various river deities sung."

To this end, I have written a Prayer to Sirona which may be sung to any body of water, be it still water or flowing. May you find blessings in your world!

Prayer to Sirona


Healing waters

From the Danube flow,

Ankle deep,

Bless me as the waters rise


Healing springs

From deep in the Earth arise,

Waist deep,

Bless me as the water rise


Healing rains,

Falling from the sky above,

Chest deep,

Bless me as the waters rise


Healings streams,

Flow from where the waters join,

Soul deep,

Bless me as the waters call your name,



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I am a long-time pagan and charter member of ADF, Ar nDraoicht Fein, a Druid Fellowship. I am a Senior Priest in as well as the Arch Druid of ADF. I am a Druid of the Third Order, RDNA; Druid Grade, OBOD; and a Second Degree Druid Companion in AODA. I love Druidry!  


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