RE: [noladrum] FW: St Johns Eve Drumming

From: Ty
Sent on: Sunday, June 20, 2010 12:43 AM
Google underwater tarot.  you'll find it.  the tarot is intuitive, so your interpretation is correct.  many other interps. are possible.




 

From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [noladrum] FW: St Johns Eve Drumming
Date: Sun, 20 Jun[masked]:37:29 -0400

Well, Dawl'n, I know my Roman numerals. I did not know it was a set of Tarot cards. No story for it? What does it mean when you get it? Being so in love, you are out of your element and don't even know it you are about to be swallowed up?  Where do you get these?

On Jun 19, 2010, at 8:38 PM, Ty wrote:

It's the Roman numeral for six.  This is from one of my favorite tarot decks.
 
T




 

From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [noladrum] FW: St Johns Eve Drumming
Date: Sat, 19 Jun[masked]:33:03 -0400

Ty,

I would like to go, could bring drums but would not drum. Jezzz, what a beautiful picture! What is the story behind it, and what does the VI mean? Thanks,
Jean


On Jun 19, 2010, at 12:01 PM, Ty wrote:

Ok, guys.  I met Mr. Martinie at a Pagan festival about three weeks ago.  He has been drumming for several years for Priestess Miriam at the Voodoo Spiritual Temple on Rampart.  After telling him about our group, he has approached Priestess Miriam about us possibly drumming at one of her rituals.  BY THE GRACE OF (INSERT YOUR DEITY HERE), we have been invited to participate (and drum) in Priestess Miriam's St. John's Eve ritual.  Details will be emailed out as soon as I get them.

A few things to keep in mind:

Drumming does not mean that you are "included" in the ritual.  
When you attend a voodoo ritual, you need to wear white.  As much white as possible.
It helps if you have a white bandana or cloth to cover your head.
If you would rather watch and not drum, I think that is ok (I will run that by Louis).
If you come for the ritual, you need to stay for the whole ritual (it's a little rude to leave in the middle of a spiritual rite).
Because of the nature of this circle, it's important that you are able to keep a beat.  There are specific rhythms involved in voodoo, and specific drum times.  What will probably happen is that Louis will start a rhythm, and we will fall into the rhythm he makes.  If you have difficulty keeping a beat, this might be a good "observation" event.  When you drum in ritual, you can't stop in the middle of it... the beat must continue.

You don't have to subscribe to Voodoo beliefs to attend.  Just be respectful and observant.

THIS DRUM DATE IS THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 23RD  (see the email below).  I'll have it scheduled as a meetup on the calendar.  This will take the place of our normal drum circle, so if you can't attend, our next meetup will be June 30th.

RSVP soon please!

Ty






Date: Sat, 19 Jun[masked]:53:14 -0500
Subject: St Johns Eve Drumming
From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]; [address removed]

Hello Ty...excellent timing....I just got back from doing drum rites at a festival up North.
It looks like Saint Johns Eve will be celebrated at the Temle on Wednesday evening.
You all are definitely invited.  I'll see Priestess Miriam tomorrow and e mail you the details.
Louie
 
Louis Martini?
Editor, Black Moon Publishing

MR: Black Moon Journal & Forum

WEB: BlackMoonWeb.com

May the Good Priestess Marie Laveau and the Wise Dr. John
The Mother and Father of New Orleans Voodoo
Guide Your Hands and Open Your Heart


On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 10:34 PM, Tahera Siddiqui <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi Louis.  My name is Ty... I met you at the Pagan Fest a couple of weeks ago.  I was told by one of my drum circle members (Jared, who apparently knows you) that you do the drumming at Priestess Miriam's.  I wanted to know if members of my drum circle could possibly join you there one day.
 
Let me know.
 
Thanks!
 
PS - I wanted to invite you to our drum circles... they're every Wednesday at 6 PM in my back yard, 6310 Music Street (off Canal Blvd.)  Visit our website at www.meetup.com/noladrum.






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MR: Black Moon Journal & Forum

WEB: BlackMoonWeb.com

May the Good Priestess Marie Laveau and the Wise Dr. John
The Mother and Father of New Orleans Voodoo
Guide Your Hands and Open Your Heart



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