Celebrating The Blue Moon this Samhain, Ancient Names of the Sacred

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Date(s) - 31/10/2020
12:00 am

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The wheel of the year is ever turning, Samhain, the Celtic New Year approaches.  A time to celebrate and remember those who have passed from life, those who have gone before us. The cycle of the seasons has much to teach us if we are willing and it may help us find our way, in rhythm with our inner nature and our natural world.

We will gather on zoom Saturday, 31st October at 6.30pm and then throughout the turning of the year at the Solstices, Equinoxes and cross quarters.  You are welcome to join this gathering and any of those in the future you can make but naturally you will receive more from attuning to all the different points throughout the whole cycle. Please bring something from the natural world around you which has some meaning for you.  Together we will create an altar.

We will weave story, meditations and body prayer, Walks and Dances, guided by the Native Middle Eastern/ Western Asian Cycle composed by Neil Douglas-Klotz & Kamae Amrapali Miller. Using sacred phrases reconstructed from the Old Canaanite, Old Hebrew, Egyptian, Sumerian and Babylonian languages, we can dedicate ourselves to a reconnection with and embodiment of the deep feminine as expressed by the sacred names of power of our ancient ancestors .  We seek to resound again with some of the most Ancient Names of the Sacred, touching some of the most ancient parts of ourselves.  The Goddess, the Great Goddess was known by peoples all around the world.  When we remember Her we also reconnect with all who have gone before us and we can be touched by the wisdom that has been revealed for over 4000 years in the human heart.  Re-membering, re-connecting, re-newing with roots in the past we can grow into our future with love and respect for all life.

Time: 6.30pm UK, 8.30pm Latvija & Israel

Samhain: Saturday, 31st October

Winter Solstice: Monday, 21st December

Imbolc: Monday, 1st February

Spring Equinox: Saturday, 20th March

Beltane: Saturday, 1st May

Summer Solstice: Monday, 21st June

Lammas: Sunday, 1st August

Autumnal Equinox: Wednesday, 22nd September

Please contact me if you would like to join us.

Donations would be appreciated and gratefully received.