Marion Brigantia

Marion Brigantia


Marion Brigantia, is a Priestess of Brighde-Brigantia, of Avalon, Sister of Rhiannon and Goddess Luminary Leader. She is a mother of two grown-ups and moved from The Netherlands to Glastonbury in 2009 to devote herself and her time to spiritual work.


Marion is the co-organiser of this, our beautiful annual Glastonbury Goddess Conference, together with Katinka Soetens, with whom She is also co-founder and holder of the Temple of Avalon, the Pagan temple in Glastonbury, UK, dedicated to all deities, spirits and elementals of Avalon.

Marion is the teacher-founder of the Brighde-Brigantia teachings, which are now taught by Priestesses of Brighde-Brigantia in five European countries as well as in the UK.


Marion is a Spiritual Teacher of more than 15 years, Workshop Facilitator, Ceremonialist, Sacred Guide of Tour and Walks (Mystical Earth Tours), Author, Healer, Oracle Priestess & Shamanic Drummer.



Portals of Avalon 

Glastonbury-Avalon is surrounded by a veil of myth and magic. There are stories and legends of Goddesses and Gods, of Priestesses and Druids and other worlds through the Mists of Avalon. To go on a pilgrimage on this land is not just a walk, it is a journey that brings you closer to yourself. 

During this afternoon on the sacred land of Avalon, Marion will take you to some of the portals that hold the energy of entrances of The Otherworld of Avalon! You will be visiting well-known as well as less-known places of the Isle to journey beyond the visible through visualisation and ceremony to connect through the veils of reality. 

2.5-hour walk including uphill and on uneven ground. Wear good footwear and appropriate clothing for the weather. Please bring snacks and water/drinks and something to sit on.

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Priestess Portal in Avalon

During this short journey, Marion will take you through the Tree Portal of Grandmother Lime Tree, to connect with the ancient Avalonian Priestesses of Brighde-Brigantia, who served Goddess and Her people on the Isle of Avalon in the Celtic times.