Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival

Sunday, April 28 at 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

At The Green in front of Legislative Hall. (Corner of Federal St & Duke of York St.) Dover, DE

Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival is an event to honor our beliefs and to share them with one another. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, book signings, drumming circles, pagan arts and crafts, workshops, tarot readings, great food, fine music and just plain old ways fun.

Admission is free, however we do ask for a donation of a non perishable food item for the Food Bank of Delaware.

Musical Guest: Mama Gina

A traveling Bard with down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, Mama Gina is a singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. She tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart, and sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She speaks to the Gods and Goddesses and they speak back. Oh, boy, do they speak back! She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and the vast, open sky. www.mamaginamusic.com

At The Green in front of Legislative Hall. (Corner of Federal St & Duke of York St.) Dover, DE

Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival is an event to honor our beliefs and to share them with one another. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, book signings, drumming circles, pagan arts and crafts, workshops, tarot readings, great food, fine music and just plain old ways fun.

Admission is free, however we do ask for a donation of a non perishable food item for the Food Bank of Delaware.

Musical Guest: Mama Gina

A traveling Bard with down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, Mama Gina is a singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. She tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart, and sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She speaks to the Gods and Goddesses and they speak back. Oh, boy, do they speak back! She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and the vast, open sky. www.mamaginamusic.com

Source: Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival

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Climbing The Tree

This is an immersive experience in the Hermetic Tree of Life taught with Pagan sensibilities. There will be workshops, pathworkings, a ritual, and evening discussions. The teachers will be initiates of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel.

The ritual involves walking the Lightening Flash from Malkuth to Kether with the experience of a mini-ritual within each Sphere. The glyph of the Tree is laid out in 9 foot circles connected by paths covering a large field. Climbing The Tree is an incredible experience to plant the tree deep with yourself. Bring ritual garb if you have it. There can be roughly 10-15 people in the ritual per run. During the rituals we will be running Qabala pathworkings and workshops.

To be clear, you will get to experience the ritual at least once. When you are not in the ritual you have access to various classes and pathworkings about the Hermetic Tree of Life. Also, you do not have to attend the entire event but we encourage you to attend as much as your schedule permits.

Cost:
$65 by July 1, 2014
$75 until registration closes on September 1, 2019
45 participant limit

Tickets: Registration | Climbing The Tree

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Fourth Annual Beltane Heart Labyrinth Tickets, Sat, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite

I listen to my heart and honor its connection to the hearts of others.
I allow love to fill me up and guide me in all of my actions.
I gracefully move to the rhythm of life.

Source: Fourth Annual Beltane Heart Labyrinth Tickets, Sat, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite

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Between The Worlds 2020

Between The Worlds is an interfaith esoteric conference that occurs when the stars indicate that such a gathering is needed and favored. This conference is known for the high quality of its workshops, rituals, and collegial atmosphere. It is sponsored by the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel and was previously held in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2012, and 2015.  The conference in 2015 was a joint event with the Sacred Space Foundation. The first six BTW conferences had a connecting theme about consciously working with the change of the Ages, the Aeons. The BTW in 2020 is about working to build the world that we wish to live in regardless of the challenges. This work is personal, collective, and transpersonal.

Read more: Home Page | Between The Worlds 2020

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Divining The Lines – PaganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!

This post started as notes in preparation for a talk I was planning for the seers group in my tradition. I decided to share it with some modifications to make it more broadly applicable. The following points are offered to encourage mindfulness and dialogue regarding the ethics and best practices for divination, oracular work, and allied disciplines. They do not cover all possible situations and differences in applications or doctrines, so change and adapt what is here to match your needs. I think that it is important for your sake and the sake of those lives that you touch to be clear on your ethical guidelines if you offer readings or oracular sessions of any kind. If you do not agree with any or all of these suggestions, I hope you will work to create your own or consider these a template that you can adjust.

Read more: Divining The Lines – PaganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!

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Gwendolyn Reece – Asking for help: This is a link to my latest survey about Pagan/Witch/Heathen metaphysics, ethical reasoning, and the relationship to some personal issues…

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Learning to Read Tarot (through Mt Airy Learning Tree)

Karen Bruhin

Just as the decks we use are diverse, so are the ways in which we look at the cards. Examine the cards and ways to interpret them, be it through color, symbolism or sheer instinct. Learn the differences between the major and minor arcana as well as how to interpret simple tarot spreads. Please bring a tarot deck to class (preferably Coleman/Waite a.k.a Rider-Waite) or a deck that you have been using for a while.

Four Tuesdays starting May 7
7-9 pm
Fee: $49.00
Hours: 8.00
MALT Office, 6601 Greene St.

Located at the corner of Greene & Hortter Streets. Please enter through the Hortter Street door. SEPTA bus route H stops one block away at Lincoln Drive at Greene Street and Lincoln Drive at Hortter Street. Chestnut Hill West rail station at Upsal is also about one block away.

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ASW Spring Magick 2019 and Ritual for the Stag God, Cernnunos

Spring Magick is an annual fundraiser event for The New Alexandrian Library project of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel. It is a day-long intensive of Workshops and culminates with the ASW’s most beloved ritual Honoring the Stag God, Cernunnos.

Teachers are Elders and Initiates of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel Tradition:

Ivo Dominguez, Jr., Elder
Kitty Bronson, HPs
Carm DiLullo, HPs
Robin Fennelly, HPs
James Welch, HP
Maggie Beaumont, ASW Initiate

Workshop Info coming soon….

The Ritual:

The Ritual for the Stag God Cernunnos concludes the day’s events as we join in celebration and listen to the words of the God, dance in honor of our connection to the animal kingdom and experience the life and potency of the Natural world.

FEE: $65
Register at: http://www.sacredwheel.org/upcoming-events.html

At the door registration will begin at 9:30 a.m.

What to Bring:
Note taking supplies
Water and Snack, if needed
Ritual Garb (if you own)

Lunch is on your own. You may bring a bagged lunch to eat outside or enjoy at one of the many restaurants in the area.

The NAL store will be open during this event with unique gifts, books and magickal supplies for sale. All proceeds go to The New Alexandrian Library project.

Pre-registration is required. Stay Tuned for registration information and opening….

For more information about the New Alexandrian Libray:
http://www.newalexandrianlibrary.com/

Visit The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Assembly-of-the-Sacred-Wheel-205899609473584/

https://www.facebook.com/events/377161913085841/

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Sacred Space 2019 | The Wild Hunt

Michael Smith & Gwendolyn Reece


HUNT VALLEY, Md. – The 2019 Sacred Space Conference opened at the Hunt Valley Inn on March 21, 2019. “Sacred Space is an annual Pagan and magical conference on the East Coast that is specifically for intermediate and advanced practitioners,” said Gwendolyn Reece, board member, and president of the Sacred Space Foundation. “We consider ourselves to be a part of the emerging infrastructure for Pagans and magical practitioners of all traditions.”


In 2020, the Sacred Space Foundation will be partnering with the Delaware-based Assembly of the Sacred Wheel to offer a combined conference. “Between the Worlds is an event, hosted by the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel, that functions as a fundraiser for the New Alexandrian Library, and is held at certain astrological times to magically address certain needs,” said Reece. “The intended audience is intermediate to advanced practitioners and it is in the same region [as Sacred Space].”

Read more: Sacred Space 2019 | The Wild Hunt
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Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day: PPPD 2019

Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day, Saturday, August 31, 2019

This year’s event will be held in Clark Park B (4301 Chester Ave Philadelphia, PA). As always, this is a rain or shine event, so pay attention to the weather and prepare accordingly!

Vendor and Workshop Applications are all live and ready to go. Submit your vendor and workshop applications by no later than July 15th if you want them listed in the event program. Any applications submitted after that may get cleared for the event but not necessarily make the cut for the printing of the program book.

Source: Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day: PPPD 2019
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