Requirement: Please take the Witchcraft 101 Class prior to taking this class: we will be building on the ideas taught in that class with very little review.
Come and learn how to write and perform your own rituals and spells. Rituals and spells are really how we worship. You will learn about tools, supplies, styles, resources, why and how to cast Circle, evokes and devokes, and creating sacred space. We will also cover personal altars. We will end class with a brief thankfulness spell/ritual that we write together using the things we learned in class. When you leave you will understand the basics of creating your own spells, Sabbat rituals, and Esbat rituals.
Class includes a handout to take home. Cost covers supplies for class and ritual.
Please note: This class will take place in an unheated barn: please dress appropriately.
This event will not be a potluck; instead bring a lunch or a snack and you can eat while we learn. We have a refrigerator, microwave and stove/oven on hand.
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• Directions to Edelweiss Ranch can be found here: http://www.meetup.com/SGCovenOuterCircle/messages/boards/thread/35741582. Once you arrive, drive through the black gate (feel free to open it but please close it behind you), then follow the drive all the way back past both houses to the big metal barn. Park anywhere. We'll be through the giant double doors in the Meeting Room.
• Please note that we are a working farm. This means animals- both furred and feathered- smells, and even occasionally poo will be found around the property. The meeting room is in a barn which sometimes shares space with horses, a peacock, pigs and goats.
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.
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