Marion Brigantia

Marion Brigantia


Marion Brigantia van Eupen is a Priestess of Brighde-Brigantia and of Avalon, better known by her Priestess name: Marion Brigantia. She moved in 2009 from The Netherlands to Glastonbury, where she now lives with her husband and works as full-time priestess. Marion reclaims, celebrates and serves Goddess as a Priestess every day of her life. It is her pleasure to be in service to Goddess as well to the people who come and seek to connect with Her.

She holds many strands of priestess work, like co-organising this wonderful Goddess Conference together with Katinka Soetens.

One of her main passions is teaching the turnings of the Celtic Wheel of Brighde-Brigantia in The Priest/ess of Brighde-Brigantia training, as well as the International Brighde online correspondence course and Brighde and other Goddess workshops in the UK and abroad. Marion is one of the co-founders of the ‘new’ pagan temple in Glastonbury, The Temple of Avalon, cooperative. This temple offers a place of devotion for all of life, the divine Feminine as well as the divine Masculine.

Furthermore, she offers Sacred Tours and Walks on the Land, Ceremonies, Workshops, Oracle Readings, Shamanic Drumming, Healing and Soul Work. Through her love and devotion for and service to Goddess, Marion wishes to bring Her love and light, wisdom, healing and abundance into the world and into people’s lives.



Finding Sovereignty in the Land

Glastonbury-Avalon is surrounded by a veil of myth and magic. There are stories and legends of Goddesses and Gods, of Priestesses and Druids, of Queens and Kings and of many Pilgrims. 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 give you the opportunity to connect deeply with the natural energy of the land that is always Sovereign in Herself. You will be visiting well-known as well as less-known places of the Isle and you will taken beyond the visible through visualisation and ceremony to find that Sovereignty in yourself.

  • 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.