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Full Moon Ceremony & Drum Circle

Join us for a Native style full moon ceremony at a Temple site that has held them for thousands of years, as we honor the Earth spirits, Guardians and Ancestors of this land.  We will call on the energies of similar ceremonies that have been held here on this Sacred Temple site since the days the Mammoth roamed here.  The full moon has long been honored for it's mystical experiences and ability to excite energies from deep within us.  Add an ancient sacred site to the evening and anything could and sometimes does occur.

The evening's ceremony, led by the Moundkeeper, Steve DerDerian, will start off with group drumming, this is usually followed by a short history of the sacred sight, and then a chakra clearing visualization or negative energy releasement ritual.  This will be followed by a guided meditation calling on the ancestors wisdom and support.  The evening will conclude with more drumming so bring your rattles, drums and flutes as the Spirits enjoy a good musical.

Please bring a folding chair, blanket and a small flashlight if you have one.  We do have a few chairs and matts for those of you that may not own one.  However these do go quickly.  In the event of inclement weather the evening's event will be moved indoors.

There is no participation fee for this celebration, however there will be a basket passed for donations, to help with the Temple Site's ongoing restoration and upkeep (suggested donation is $10).  Please review the Temple Site protocols if you have not done so already.  You may find them at www.TempleMound.com/facilities/the_temple_mound.php.

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  • Vanessa

    Nice to see you too. Perhaps we will have a better chance to talk and mingle next time. Have a wonderful week.

    1 · April 22, 2014

  • Vanessa

    Tomorrow is not full moon. It's on Tuesday the 15th.

    April 13, 2014

    • Vanessa

      We are fine. I was just so embarrassed because my little guy interrupted the guided meditation and wanted to leave... I am so sorry.

      April 21, 2014

    • Carla W.

      Hi Vanessa ! It was so good to see you! And your son is the cutest little guy! You have such a sweet spirit.....

      1 · April 22, 2014

  • Barbara

    I loved the full moon ceremony. The history of the Temple Mound was so fascinating. I felt honored to join the elders on the mound. Thank you Steven for having this ceremony and guiding us through the powerful meditation.

    April 16, 2014

  • Carla W.

    Very nice!

    April 14, 2014

  • Vanessa

    I've never been to one before so I am really excited to go. I'm also taking my 10 year old with me. He has had a special connection with the full moon since a baby. He sometimes tells me lovingly and jokingly that it is because he is a wolf. lol

    April 13, 2014

    • Steve D.

      The full moon is at 2:45 am on the 15th. So it is actually closer to celebrate it on the evening of the 14th. by the evening of the 15th it would already be 18 hours into the waning stage.

      1 · April 14, 2014

  • Barbara

    The full moon will be in Libra on 4/15/2014, Tuesday, at 3:42 am. Close enough. It is also A lunar eclipse. Time to stop throwing tantrums and start being creative. Easy for me to say...

    April 13, 2014

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