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Welcome and Merry Meet! This is a meetup group comprised of spirituallyminded people who meet, celebrate and learn from one another. We are of many spiritual paths here..Wiccans, pagan, solitaries, eclectic, Native American and more. Come on in, to learn from one another and grow in knowledge and community.

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Metaphysical Book Discussion

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$5.00

Welcome to Brid's Closet's Metaphysical Book Discussion event! Our Saturday morning sessions are very similar to a book club, but we read the books aloud during the session and encourage everyone can participate in discussion. You do not need to have any prior knowledge on the subject or even have read the book before you attend. Attendance is open to everyone and anyone interested! Our current book that we will be discussing together is "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures" by Aaron Mahnke. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35650206-the-world-of-lore "They live in shadows--deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our minds. They're spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened age, old wives' tales, passed down through generations. Yet no matter how wary and jaded we have become, as individuals or as a society, a part of us remains vulnerable to them: werewolves and wendigos, poltergeists and vampires, angry elves and vengeful spirits. In this beautifully illustrated volume, the host of the hit podcast Lore serves as a guide on a fascinating journey through the history of these terrifying creatures, exploring not only the legends but what they tell us about ourselves. Aaron Mahnke invites us to the desolate Pine Barrens of New Jersey, where the notorious winged, red-eyed Jersey Devil dwells. He delves into harrowing accounts of cannibalism--some officially documented, others the stuff of speculation . . . perhaps. He visits the dimly lit rooms where seances take place, the European villages where gremlins make mischief, even Key West, Florida, home of a haunted doll named Robert. In a world of "emotional vampires" and "zombie malls," the monsters of folklore have become both a part of our language and a part of our collective psyche. Whether these beasts and bogeymen are real or just a reflection of our primal fears, we know, on some level, that not every mystery has been explained and that the unknown still holds the power to strike fear deep in our hearts and souls. As Aaron Mahnke reminds us, sometimes the truth is even scarier than the lore." Synopsis courtesy of GoodReads.com Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting online via Zoom. $5 donations to Brid's Closet are still happily accepted in place of our usual $5 admission for in-store events.

Metaphysical Book Discussion

Online event

$5.00

Welcome to Brid's Closet's Metaphysical Book Discussion event! Our Saturday morning sessions are very similar to a book club, but we read the books aloud during the session and encourage everyone can participate in discussion. You do not need to have any prior knowledge on the subject or even have read the book before you attend. Attendance is open to everyone and anyone interested! Our current book that we will be discussing together is "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures" by Aaron Mahnke. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35650206-the-world-of-lore "They live in shadows--deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our minds. They're spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened age, old wives' tales, passed down through generations. Yet no matter how wary and jaded we have become, as individuals or as a society, a part of us remains vulnerable to them: werewolves and wendigos, poltergeists and vampires, angry elves and vengeful spirits. In this beautifully illustrated volume, the host of the hit podcast Lore serves as a guide on a fascinating journey through the history of these terrifying creatures, exploring not only the legends but what they tell us about ourselves. Aaron Mahnke invites us to the desolate Pine Barrens of New Jersey, where the notorious winged, red-eyed Jersey Devil dwells. He delves into harrowing accounts of cannibalism--some officially documented, others the stuff of speculation . . . perhaps. He visits the dimly lit rooms where seances take place, the European villages where gremlins make mischief, even Key West, Florida, home of a haunted doll named Robert. In a world of "emotional vampires" and "zombie malls," the monsters of folklore have become both a part of our language and a part of our collective psyche. Whether these beasts and bogeymen are real or just a reflection of our primal fears, we know, on some level, that not every mystery has been explained and that the unknown still holds the power to strike fear deep in our hearts and souls. As Aaron Mahnke reminds us, sometimes the truth is even scarier than the lore." Synopsis courtesy of GoodReads.com Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting online via Zoom. $5 donations to Brid's Closet are still happily accepted in place of our usual $5 admission for in-store events.

Metaphysical Book Discussion

Online event

$5.00

Welcome to Brid's Closet's Metaphysical Book Discussion event! Our Saturday morning sessions are very similar to a book club, but we read the books aloud during the session and encourage everyone can participate in discussion. You do not need to have any prior knowledge on the subject or even have read the book before you attend. Attendance is open to everyone and anyone interested! Our current book that we will be discussing together is "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures" by Aaron Mahnke. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35650206-the-world-of-lore "They live in shadows--deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our minds. They're spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened age, old wives' tales, passed down through generations. Yet no matter how wary and jaded we have become, as individuals or as a society, a part of us remains vulnerable to them: werewolves and wendigos, poltergeists and vampires, angry elves and vengeful spirits. In this beautifully illustrated volume, the host of the hit podcast Lore serves as a guide on a fascinating journey through the history of these terrifying creatures, exploring not only the legends but what they tell us about ourselves. Aaron Mahnke invites us to the desolate Pine Barrens of New Jersey, where the notorious winged, red-eyed Jersey Devil dwells. He delves into harrowing accounts of cannibalism--some officially documented, others the stuff of speculation . . . perhaps. He visits the dimly lit rooms where seances take place, the European villages where gremlins make mischief, even Key West, Florida, home of a haunted doll named Robert. In a world of "emotional vampires" and "zombie malls," the monsters of folklore have become both a part of our language and a part of our collective psyche. Whether these beasts and bogeymen are real or just a reflection of our primal fears, we know, on some level, that not every mystery has been explained and that the unknown still holds the power to strike fear deep in our hearts and souls. As Aaron Mahnke reminds us, sometimes the truth is even scarier than the lore." Synopsis courtesy of GoodReads.com Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting online via Zoom. $5 donations to Brid's Closet are still happily accepted in place of our usual $5 admission for in-store events.

Metaphysical Book Discussion

Online event

$5.00

Welcome to Brid's Closet's Metaphysical Book Discussion event! Our Saturday morning sessions are very similar to a book club, but we read the books aloud during the session and encourage everyone can participate in discussion. You do not need to have any prior knowledge on the subject or even have read the book before you attend. Attendance is open to everyone and anyone interested! Our current book that we will be discussing together is "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures" by Aaron Mahnke. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35650206-the-world-of-lore "They live in shadows--deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our minds. They're spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened age, old wives' tales, passed down through generations. Yet no matter how wary and jaded we have become, as individuals or as a society, a part of us remains vulnerable to them: werewolves and wendigos, poltergeists and vampires, angry elves and vengeful spirits. In this beautifully illustrated volume, the host of the hit podcast Lore serves as a guide on a fascinating journey through the history of these terrifying creatures, exploring not only the legends but what they tell us about ourselves. Aaron Mahnke invites us to the desolate Pine Barrens of New Jersey, where the notorious winged, red-eyed Jersey Devil dwells. He delves into harrowing accounts of cannibalism--some officially documented, others the stuff of speculation . . . perhaps. He visits the dimly lit rooms where seances take place, the European villages where gremlins make mischief, even Key West, Florida, home of a haunted doll named Robert. In a world of "emotional vampires" and "zombie malls," the monsters of folklore have become both a part of our language and a part of our collective psyche. Whether these beasts and bogeymen are real or just a reflection of our primal fears, we know, on some level, that not every mystery has been explained and that the unknown still holds the power to strike fear deep in our hearts and souls. As Aaron Mahnke reminds us, sometimes the truth is even scarier than the lore." Synopsis courtesy of GoodReads.com Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting online via Zoom. $5 donations to Brid's Closet are still happily accepted in place of our usual $5 admission for in-store events.

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