Saturday, March 19, 2016 at the Ardantane Campus
The Full Moon is a time of great potency for the practice of nature-centered spirituality and magick. Intimately connected with the Goddess and her mysteries, the Moon’s energy is primary for many modern Pagans. This workshop covers the use of the Full Moon’s energy in the context of magick and ritual. We will learn how the energy of the Moon shifts with the lunar cycle, how to perform effective Full Moon spells, and discuss moon goddesses and gods and how they can lend their power to our magickal work. Also included are fascinating stories of the creation of the moon; the Black Moon, the Blood Moon, and the Blue Moon; Earth’s OTHER moons and their esoteric meanings, and more.
NOTE: This program runs from 10:00 am until 9:00 pm, with a potluck dinner break; participants are welcome to stay at Ardantane Saturday night after the moon ritual. The fee for the all-day workshop is $60, and it will be taught by Amber K, Dean of Pagan Spirituality.