Author Archives: Gwendolyn Endicott

THE EAGLES FLEW OVER

THE EAGLES FLEW OVER Two eagles soar over the little town of Wheeler. Down below the Nehalem River is swollen and muddy. In the distance is the roar of the ocean gone wild. Cars move slowly down 101; drivers looking … Continue reading

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HOLY DAY CEREMONY–IMBOLC

  SATURDAY, February 1, 12-2 At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum MID-WINTER HOLY DAY CEREMONY: IMBOLC “Holy Waters, Sacred Flame…” The mid-winter Holy Day of Imbolc celebrates the time when darkness begins to recede and there is a quickening of new life. … Continue reading

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WINTER SOLSTICE HOLY DAY CEREMONY

At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum Saturday, December 21, 12-2 “From the Darkness comes the Light” Ice, snow, wind, and rain sweep the earth as darkness comes earlier each day. Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year. This is the … Continue reading

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HOLY DAY CEREMONY —HALLOWMAS

  HALLOWMAS (SAMHAIN) Thursday October 31 12-2 at Wanderland Rainforest Iseum May you be like the moon; Undone and remade a thousand times; Always returning home to your opening heart. In the forest, Earth is changing. Waters are singing. Alder … Continue reading

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HOLY DAY CEREMONY–AUTUMN EQUINOX

AUTUMN EQUINOX HOLY DAY CEREMONY At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum Monday, September 23, 12-2 “In the process of soul making, we can visit our depths over and over, and with each turn of the spiral, gain deeper wisdom and peace.” Hallie … Continue reading

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