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Location: East Jersey
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2012
Started by Cher. Last reply by Robert Waldbauer Aug 13, 2010.
What Town and County are you From?This is a great way to share where you are located in your area in NJ!Continue
Started by Cher Jun 8, 2010.
Good Evening Everyone, here is a nice discussion before bed and brought ontill tomorrow....What are someProblems we face being a Small town Pagan? What are your pet peeves or your trials and…Continue
Tags: peeves, community, outcast, isolated, pet
THIRD ANNUAL NYC WITCHES BALL, Oct. 29, NY NY Time Saturday, October 29 · 6:00pm - 10:00pm Location The LGBT Center 208 West 13th Street Room 301 New York, NY Created By Adrienne Lynn Manglos The Pagan Unity Council of NYC Presents The Third Annual NYC Witches Ball. Come eat, drink and make merry at the Third Annual NYC Witches Ball. There will be fun, food and music for everyone! Please note this is open to those 21 and over! Beer and wine will be served, if you wish to BYOB by all means please do so! ID's will be checked at the door. Vendors, Volunteers and Tarot Card Readers wanted. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Ticket prices as follows: (Please note if you RSVP you must buy a ticket in advance. You can also contact us at the above address for that information as well) $15 Advance (Price good till 8/15/2011) $20 Advance (Price good from 8/16/2011 till 10/15/2011) $25 At Door
NYC Pagan Pride Day #11 in '11! Time Saturday, September 24 · 11:00am - 5:00pm Location Battery Park NYC (next to Castle Clinton) Created By NYC PPP,Inc I'm happy to announce that the 11th annual NYC Pagan Pride Day will be on Saturday, September 24th from 11 AM - 5 PM! All ages are welcome at the free event, which will include: bands and belly dancers; candles, incense, clothing, jewelry and other merchants; Workshops for children and adults, tarot readings, a harvest ritual, food drive and information on Pagan spiritual practices. We will soon be accepting applications for workshops, vendors, performers, information groups, and volunteers. If you would like to get involved or have questions or suggestions please e-mail PPD2011@nycppp.org I will be updating the web site asap with information, applications, and a survey! I will announce it here and on our Facebook page. If any tech-savvy folks would like to help with that endeavor please e-mail me directly at: Beth@nycppp.org
HOC Advanced Class Invoking Deity in Ritual, June 21, Old Bridge NJby KokopelliTime Tuesday, June 21 · 7:00pm - 9:30pmLocationGaia's Garden Grove144 E. Greystone RoadOld Bridge, NJ 08857Created By Hands of Change, Arne Reece Erickson Happy Summer Solstice! What a most auspicious time to learn about merging with the gods, even if it's only temporary!In some traditions, it's called "aspecting." In this workshop, Kokopelli will facilitate a discussion and a practical exercise to help students with invoking deity for ritual purposes. In 1990, he studied under and was initiated by Lady Maeve Rhea of MotherChant Coven in Philadelphia, and has continued his practice and teaching of invoking in this tradition. Since then, Maeve Rhea has written one of the best books on this subject - "Summoning Forth Wiccan Gods and Goddesses" - and this will be a main reference for this workshop.HOC Advanced Class: Invoking Deities in Ritual by KokopelliTuesday, June 21, 2011, 7 - 9:30 pm (Summer Solstice)Gaia's Garden Grove144 E. Greystone RoadOld Bridge, NJ 08857Students must register and make a deposit in advance, in order to reserve a seat for this workshop. (If a minimum number of 3 is not reached, we will reschedule.) Contact Crow at email@example.com to pre-register with deposit.The cost schedule is as follows:HOC members - freeHOC sabbat attendees - $10 in advance, $15 at the doorAll others - $25 in advance, $30 at the door
HONORING THE SEA GODDESS, June 18, NY NY Time Saturday, June 18 · 8:00pm - 11:00pm Location Cathedral of st John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue Created By Alessandra Belloni, Alessandra Belloni at the Cathedral of St John the Divine Tickets; $25. Click to buy: https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/8961465 Visit http://alessandrabelloni.com/sea_goddess_stjohn.php The concert is inspired by two geographically distant but thematically parallel traditions. Southern Italian and Brazilian purification rites and procession performed in the summer o honor the archetypical sea goddess. In Brazil she comes from the West African Yoruba culture and is called Yemanja , in Italy she is called the Black Madonna of the Sea (once called Aphrodite) . In this special concert we will recreate these rituals with songs, chanting and dancing, drumming and offerings of flowers to the images of Yemanja and the Black Madonna. featuring: Alessandra Belloni: voice, tambourines, frame drums, ocean drum, ritual dance JOHN LA BARBERA: classical guitar, chitarra battente, oud, quatro, mandolin STEVE GORN; bansuri flutes, saxophone clarinet, JESSICA VALIENTE: vocals, congas, flute and recorders GIUSEPPE DE FALCO: Neapolitan singer VINNIE SCIALLA: drumset and percussion
BELTANE CELEBRATION, May 1, Warren NJ Time Sunday, May 1 · 2:00pm - 5:00pm Location 12 Wishire Blvd Warren NJ Created By Lorraine Henrich CELEBRATE BELTANE! Merry Meet and Blessings Be Come to our gathering of Unity To celebrate the love Of The Lord for The Lady and The Lady for The Lord We gather outdoors in Sacred space To connect to joy and love And the beauty of the Faerie Race Let us celebrate and jump the flames Of the sacred fires we light for Beltane!!!!! Warren NJ RSVP 973-714-5143 firstname.lastname@example.org Suggested Donation: $25 and potluck dish to share All proceeds are going to support our Sister Japan and the efforts of The GPOP team www.goldenpyramidofpeace.com Ceremony to be held outdoors Bring instruments if your heart desires and a blanket or chair to relax on as we prepare to jump the Fires!!!!
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