Sigil of the Morrigan + Invocation of Macha

Regarding the Morrigan

In my personal gnosis, there are five aspects of the Morrigan. These are Babd Catha, Macha, Anu, Nemain, and the metagod behind all four of them. When I say there is a Morrigan metagod, the metagod would be Nemain, Anu, Macha, and Babd Catha combined as one being, which one being is more than the sum of its parts. I was commissioned to create an invocation of Macha as well as channel a sigil which could be used to call forth any of the five aspects of the Morrigan.

Above: Channeled Sigil of the Morrigan

Introduction to the Rite Which Follows

Like the rest of the rituals on this website, this invocation was designed to require no physical equipment to be successful. Any equipment that you can bring to the table altar can be incorporated at your discretion, but the rite was designed to be powerful enough to yield significant results without it. Names in bold are meant to be vibrated, phrases in italics are meant to be chanted in a rhythmic monotone, translations appear in brackets, and explanations appear in parentheses.

Invocation of Macha

I Call You Forth, Macha,
Goddess of Kingship,
And Sun of Womanfolk,
Dark Divinity of Horses,
Great Spirit of Fecundity,
Numinous Harbinger of Warfare,
Raven Woman,
I Call You Forth.

Corire Omnituens Numen Macha! Veni, Veni, Macha– Divinitas Et Creatrix! Praedicate Aethereus Divus Macha! Agios Es, Macha, Divum Et Vorsipelle!
[Come Forth, All-Seeing Spirit Macha! Come, Come, Macha– Goddess and Mother! I Praise the Immortal Spirit Macha! You Are Numinous, Macha, Spirit and Shapeshifter]

Hornas Oztaea Nozgathora Azhentrathor (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Macha)]

Zalzaea Nozdaearon Ozsathora (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Macha)]

Halzorgaega Nonaron Nozdorgae Salathaea (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Macha)]

Maesan Zea Nalzar Orson (x3)
[(Channeled Chant to Invoke Macha)]

Praedicate Aethereus Divus Macha!
[I Praise the Immortal Spirit Macha]


2 thoughts on “Sigil of the Morrigan + Invocation of Macha

  1. Hello V.K. I was pleased to find this. I’ve been working with The Morrigan for a few years now. I find your personal gnosis resonates with mine. I am a Draoi – a Druid. I’m interested in translating this invocation/evocation into Gaelige, Irish Gaelic. I’m fluent enough at this point that with some assistance from some of my resources, I think the results could be potent. Would you be interested?


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