For countless moons we've gathered, to cast our magics under dark, betwixt time and between two moons, come with us to worship, hark! By cauldron, fire, and pillar stone, we call our kin to meet with us. Here at the center of the world, we honor our grandmothers close and deep. The shining gods accept our rites, and bless us with bounty keeps. From the edge to the center and back again, the sidhe folk come to collect their due.
What we're doing:
We are performing Indo-European folk magics in preparation for the month to come. We perform charms, poetry, divination, spells, chanting, and worship pacts with spirits and gods. Bring an charm, poem, and offering to an otherworldly entity, be it god, spirit, or honored dead. Or just come as you are and observe.
7:00pm - Round Robin / Mini-Class Topic: To be announced.
7:30pm - Ritual - We will be observing The Wind Moon.
- This month we will be located at Pease Park on the left, by the stick sculpture, when you enter via 24th and Parkway. On the right if you enter via Kingsbury.
Location ( https://goo.gl/maps/zsDddi8LMcR2
- Mini-Class Topic is to be announced.
- Before class we do a group introduction we call Round Robin, where everyone can share a bit about themselves.
-Within ritual we will be calling Celtic deities to aid us in our working.
-There will a time for everyone to individually give to patron deities, passed loved ones, spirit guides, etc. (Need not be Celtic)
-There will be the occasional blessing of an expecting mother and child.
-Ritual ends around 8:30pm
-We have been known to have impromptu drum circles so feel free to bring a drum and/or other hand instruments.
-Kids of all ages are welcome. We only ask that you remove them from circle if they are being disruptive. Some kids are super entertained by ritual and some are bored to tears irst timers should definitely be aware of this. Occasional Q&A whispers between you and the child during ritual are not considered disruptive. =)
WHAT TO BRING:
1 small item you find inspiring. (No items will be harmed)
If you'd like them to attend, bring a friend.
If you wish it, an offering for ancestor, deity, or spirit. (need not be Celtic).
Something to share for the snack table.
A monetary grove love offering if able.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Most are in casual dress but ritual dress -- kilts, robes, cloaks, etc. are welcomed.