HOLY DAY CEREMONY–LAMMAS

 

HOLY DAY CEREMONY: LAMMAS

Thursday, August 1, 12-2

Wanderland Rainforest Iseum

The Earth Mother is the mysterious power that awakens everything to Life…” (3rd c. Rome)

This mid-summer Holy Day is a celebration of Summer’s fruition, the “first harvest.” At this time, we give gratitude for the Beauty and abundance of Earth. She is the goddess we live with every day. From Her we receive the gift of Life. From Her we understand the magic of Regeneration. In Her we see Beauty, Intelligence, and Design. She is called by many names. Her European names include Urth, Hertha, Eartha, Erda—Earth. She is so present that sometimes we forget and think we don’t need Her, or that She exists simply for us to use.

This Holy Day Ceremony, led by gwendolyn Endicott, will focus on the Sacredness and Beauty of the goddess Hertha, our Earth Mother. There is no charge but donations toward the forest sanctuary are greatly appreciated. For more information on Wanderland Rainforest Iseum see wanderlandrainforest.org Questions: Gwendolyn@nehalemtel.net

 


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2 Responses to HOLY DAY CEREMONY–LAMMAS

  1. Sarah says:

    This looks like a lovely time! Thank you for including me in your event announcements, Gwendolyn. I am working a lot these days ( i’m very glad about that ) so I look forward to a time when one of your events happens when I am not otherwise scheduled elsewhere.

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