Last updated on March 15, 2016
Fort Washington State Park
Oak and Willow – Keepers of the Holly Chalice – Weavers of the Moonfire – Chalice of Living Stars – Tenders of the Earth Temple and Grail of the Birch Moon
The Audience with the Ancestors ritual will be offered simultaneously in two locations- Southern at Georgetown, Delaware and in the Northern/Greater Delaware Valley area at Fort Washington , PA. This powerful ritual has been presented at Free Spirit Gathering and annually at Seelie Court since its first writing by our Elder, Ivo Dominguez, Jr. Its first use was at Samhain of 1985 by Keepers of the Holly Chalice, the first coven of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel.
About the Ritual:
For the duration of the ritual, the land is given over to the Mighty Dead and Ancestors and each participant has opportunity to personally reconnect and gain insight from their chosen ancestor. The Gates and space of this interaction are cast and warded by priestesses of the Tradition. This very moving and powerful ritual has been part of our Tradition’s community offerings and we are excited to be hosting this event in our Tri-State area.
Pre-Registration is required for this event.
RSVP to: Robin or Jon at
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
What to bring: Ritual garb is recommended (not required)
Suggested Donation is $15 to assist with the cost of space rental and ritual supplies
PLEASE NOTE: This event will be held outdoors. Please dress appropriately and check this page in the event of an unfavorable weather forecast. Also note this is a State Park and therefore we are subject to the rules and regulations regarding alcoholic or other illegal substances brought into Park property.
ABOUT THE LOCATION: Fort Washington State Park has several entrances. For this event please use the address below for GPS or mapping purposes:
N 40 degrees 07.080 minutes
W 75 degrees 14.153 minutes
This is the entrance on Joshua Road between Stenton and Militia Hill Road. The GPS reading would say Joshua Rd. and Fort Washington Rd.