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The members of SLPS gathered on Saturday, August 23, 2014 to honor the new moon, set goals, and work magic. Talks of the fall service project and rededication to the craft all took place. A mediation fire burned through the night. 

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A few members of SLPS gathered to honor the sturgeon full moon on Saturday, August 10, 2014. This is the moon and time when sturgeon are easiest to catch. Workings included petitions to the Goddess for blessings and to Kali. Curry egg salad sandwiches were accepted as the cakes and apple juice as the ale.

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A few of the core members gathered to honor Lugh on Saturday, August 2, 2014. This year’s Lughnasadh was small in comparison, due to schedules and other circumstances, regardless, Lugh was satisfied and happy to be honored and remembered with penis break and sausage gravy as the main offerings.

Lughnasadh is the traditional time for offering the first bread of the harvest, in which this year’s form they were penis bread. The foundations of the Sun and Moon temple were restored and the Angels welcomed back. A simple druid ceremony brought all the parts together before the close. The feast included grilled bratwursts in honor of Lugh, spinach salad and funeral potatoes.

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Thanks to everyone who came to Midsummer 2014, held on Saturday, June 21, 2014, the Summer Solstice. It was performed in the Cunningham Tradition by President Daniel Cureton. A special Midsummer Kings painting, acrylic on canvas, was the center piece, with two acrylic on board paintings of the Holly and Oak Kings to the sides, all done by Kurt Shoopman of Glasgow, Kentucky. Other items included flowers, cinnamon rolls, God’s eyes, ritual wine and a custom sunflower table cloth made last Midsummer by April Love.  The faeries visited, the Holly King dominated the Oak King as the new ruling king of the year till Winter Solstice, and mighty Midsummer magic was worked at the Midsummer fire. Feasting included steak, vegetables in butter sauce and home  made cinnamon rolls.

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Come one come all, for a limited time only, you can get a $5 tarot reading from expert readers of the Salt Lake Pagan Society! This year at the Utah Pride Festival, SLPS will be offering $5 readings for a full 10 card spread and spiritual advice with a reader for as long as you need. Usually free, the high costs of an individual booth at this year’s festival instead of the shared Grass Roots space, drove up the costs of SLPS readings from free to $5.  Don’t have any cash? No worries, you don’t have to hobble down to the ATM, SLPS accepts all major credit cards with the Square reader, so we have you covered! Find our booth on the festival map. We are located on the loop on the west side of the festival, just look for our sign and Goddess flags. Here are the details

When: Saturday, June 7, 3-7pm; Sunday, June 8 11am-7pm

SLPS Tarot Readings Business Card AD

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A few members of SLPS gathered on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 8pm to give thanks to the New Moon Goddess for her blessings and support this path may. “We worked magic, set goals, and had a great time chanting the songs of our Mother” said Daniel Cureton. Treats included a PB&J sandwich, almonds, and lemonade for the cakes and ale.

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A few members of SLPS gathered under the Flower full moon on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 8pm. The full moon for May is known as the flower moon, when late spring flowers come into full bloom and preparations for summer planting come about. This full moon focuses on working magic for the group, welcoming in Kali and Odin, and giving libations to the honored dead and Gods.


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