Calendar of the Sun
Day of Aegir and Ran
Colors: Sea-blue, sea-green.
Altar: Upon cloth colored like the sea place shells, nets, figures of fish, sea floats, and anything
that comes from the sea. Place there also a cup of wine with flecks of gold in it.
Offerings: Singing. Blood given to the ocean. Aid those who clean the seas.
Daily Meal: Seafood.
Invocation to Aegir, Ran, and the Nine Sisters
Lord and Lady of the Depths,
Keepers of the great flocks and herds
That float by the millions
Through glass-green waves,
Lady Ran of the ten-times-fingering weed,
Your hair spread throughout the worlds,
Lord Aegir of the great currents
And the waves that keep the ship afloat,
Generous in your bounty,
Capricious in your favor,
Brewer of ale for gods and lost souls,
Keep us safe as we pass over your realm
In life, in dreams, and in mystery.
Nine Sisters of the Waves, Sacred Undines,
Daughters of Aegir and Ran, fish-tailed,
Blood on your hands and beauty in your song,
We hail you from the shores, the depths, the heights of sea-cliffs.
Kolga the Cold One, Ice-Maiden of the floes and castles.
Duva the Hidden One, Keeper of island treasures.
Blodughadda, Blood-Haired One, shark's delight.
Hronn, Sucking Whirlpool, Eel-daughter and Mistress of Fear.
Hevring, Heaving Storm, Mourning's Mistress.
Bara, Great Wave of the Whale, battering the land's stalwart stand.
Bylgja, Breaker's Dancer, Rider of the Wave-Horse.
Unn, Billowing Tides, Maiden of the Counting Moon's Rhythm.
Himinglava, Fair-Weather Mermaid, Sun Shining Through.
Teach us by the Powers of Water
How to find the way to our own souls.
Song: Harp Song of the Dane Women, along with any other sea songs, sung as offerings.
[Pagan Book of Hours]