The deity of the occasion was Brighid.
The acting seer was Grey Catsidhe
The divination tool used was the Druid Animal Oracle.
Nature Spirits: the horse
Ancestors: the stag
Gods and Goddesses: the goose
Grey Catsidhe felt the omens were good. The Nature Spirits were calling us to connect with feminine energy in our lives and to open ourselves to our passions. There was a strong sense of travel or a journey – perhaps the journey we are taking as a protogrove?
The Ancestors were calling us to connect with the masculine energy in our lives and to be courageous as we face the wolves in the woods. There may be some difficulties ahead, but the ancestors have our backs and we have the strength we need to survive until the spring!
The Gods and Goddesses sent us the goose, a symbol of parenthood. This stood out especially given Brighid’s association with motherhood. Grey felt that the Gods, in particular Brighid, were looking out for us, ready to nurture us. The Gods are not our masters anymore than our parents are. It is up to us to listen, heed their advice, and recognize that they usually have our best interest at heart. Brighid wishes us well.