The Celts used many animal images in their nature worship. Cernunnos, the “Horned Sacred One,” was associated with a forest-dwelling stag and a ram-horned snake. The snake is a fertility symbol. The goddess of death, Badhbh is associated with a crow. Epona is the goddess of horses. Artio is associated with a bear, Sirona with a serpent, the sun god with an eagle, Mars Lenus with doves, Rhiannon with birds. Celtic mythology includes shape-shifters, magical hounds, hybrid creatures, a fish of wisdom. Idris was a giant. A goose was a symbol of battle, and a three-horned-bull was worshipped in Cambridgeshire.
We confess that our Celtic ancestors worshipped animals. We leave them to Your judgment and mercy.
We also confess our own sins of seeking supernatural power and knowledge from any source other than You. (Ask the Spirit to bring to mind any occult activities.)
Christ Jesus, You are the Lion of the tribe of Judah. Should there be any residual hold that these spirits have on the land of Great Britain, its government, the Church of England, and the Anglican Communion, break it. Devour the pagan spirits of animal worship.
If the past history of pagan worship is negatively influencing the institutions of the House of Windsor, the Church of England, and the Anglican Communion or is the source of a generational curse on any of its leaders, in Your name we ask You to render it null and void, to bless those leaders, and to make Your face to shine upon them.
Lamb of God, have mercy upon us in our ignorance and spiritual blindness and in our pride and willfulness. You take away the sins of the world. In Your tender mercies, take away these sins, and any vestiges of these sins that we are oblivious to, within the Church of England and the Anglican Communion. Amen