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Meet local pagans, wiccans, witches, esotericists, magickal practitioners and others on a positive spiritual path. Join the Wilmington Pagan Meetup Group to network, make friends, share lore, and exchange knowledge. If you only join to promote a product that is not metaphysical in nature, please look for another group that might be a better fit for your area of interest. **Please do NOT use this site to promote any products/businesses/events without prior approval from the Moderator/Site Owner.**

If you know of any venues in the Wilmington area with sufficient space and seating to accommodate a meetup of approximately 15-20 people that would lend itself to group discussion, please share it with us. Until then, feel free to open up a dialog about a favorite topic, tell a little about yourself and what your beliefs are, what you're looking for in this group, etc.

Our meetups are free unless otherwise noted, however, donations in any amount are gratefully accepted to help defray the cost of our online presence.

Please check the calendar frequently for new events as it is updated on a regular basis!

Blessed be! Jae

Meetup Photo: John William Waterhouse "The Crystal Ball"

Upcoming events (4+)

WPMG

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General discussion on all things esoteric and metaphysical, mundane and magickal.

Please check the calendar frequently for new events as it is updated on a regular basis.

If your plans change, please update your RSVP so that someone else may participate. Thank you!

Holly Moon: July 8 - August 4
"Although the Oak ruled in the previous month, its counterpart, the Holly, takes over in July. This evergreen plant reminds us all year long about the immortality of nature. The Holly moon was called Tinne, pronounced chihnn-uh, by the Celts, who knew the potent Holly was a symbol of masculine energy and firmness. The ancients used the wood of the Holly in the construction of weapons, but also in protective magic. Hang a sprig of Holly in your house to ensure good luck and safety to your family. Wear as a charm, or make Holly Water by soaking leaves overnight in spring water under a full moon — then use the water as a blessing to sprinkle on people or around the house for protection and cleansing."

Wigington, Patti. "Celtic Tree Months." Learn Religions, Mar. 4, 2021, learnreligions.com/celtic-tree-months[masked]

WPMG - Online

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General discussion on all things esoteric and metaphysical, mundane and magickal.

Please check the calendar frequently for new events as it is updated on a regular basis.

If your plans change, please update your RSVP so that someone else may participate. Thank you!

Hazel Moon: August 5 - September 1
"The Hazel Moon was known to the Celts as Coll, which translates to "the life force inside you." This is the time of year when Hazelnuts are appearing on the trees, and are an early part of the harvest. Hazelnuts are also associated with wisdom and protection. Hazel is often associated in Celtic lore with sacred wells and magical springs containing the salmon of knowledge. This is a good month to do workings related to wisdom and knowledge, dowsing and divination, and dream journeys. If you're a creative type, such as an artist, writer, or musician, this is a good month to get your muse back, and find inspiration for your talents. Even if you normally don't do so, write a poem or song this month."

Wigington, Patti. "Celtic Tree Months." Learn Religions, Mar. 4, 2021, learnreligions.com/celtic-tree-months[masked]

WPMG - Online

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General discussion on all things esoteric and metaphysical, mundane and magickal.

Please check the calendar frequently for new events as it is updated on a regular basis.

If your plans change, please update your RSVP so that someone else may participate. Thank you!

Vine Moon: September 2 - September 29
"The Vine month is a time of great harvest — from the grapes of the Mediterranean to the fruits of the northern regions, the Vine produces fruits we can use to make that most wondrous concoction called wine. The Celts called this month Muin. The Vine is a symbol of both happiness and wrath — passionate emotions, both of them. Do magical workings this month connected to the Autumn Equinox, or Mabon, and celebrate garden magic, joy and exhilaration, wrath and rage, and the darker aspect of the mother goddess. Use the leaves of the Vines to enhance your own ambition and goals. during this month. The month of Vine is also a good time to get balanced, as there are equal hours of darkness and light."

Wigington, Patti. "Celtic Tree Months." Learn Religions, Mar. 4, 2021, learnreligions.com/celtic-tree-months[masked]

WPMG - Online

Link visible for attendees

General discussion on all things esoteric and metaphysical, mundane and magickal.

Please check the calendar frequently for new events as it is updated on a regular basis.

If your plans change, please update your RSVP so that someone else may participate. Thank you!

Ivy Moon: September 30 - October 27
"As the year comes to a close and Samhain approaches, the Ivy moon rolls in at the end of the harvest season. Ivy often lives on after its host plant has died — a reminder to us that life goes on, in the endless cycle of life, death and rebirth. The Celts called this month Gort, pronounced go-ert. This is a time to banish the negative from your life. Do workings related to improving yourself, and placing a barricade between you and the things that are toxic to you. Ivy can be used in magic performed for healing, protection, cooperation, and to bind lovers together."

Wigington, Patti. "Celtic Tree Months." Learn Religions, Mar. 4, 2021, learnreligions.com/celtic-tree-months[masked]

Past events (253)

Free Spirit Gathering, June 15-19, 2022

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