It has been decided… the Salt Lake Pagan Society will be meeting at Cafe Solstice inside Dancing Cranes Imports. After several weeks of searching for a new meeting place, Cafe Solstice came out triumphant. “With being a new age place, good food, prices, friend staff and the soon opening 700 E trolley line from TRAX, this was the ideal location. And with the addition of Dancing Cranes inside, it makes it easy to pick up supplies on a weekly basis” said President Daniel Cureton. Come join us the starting on the second Sunday in August (August 11th) after Lughnasadh at our new location!
Archive for July, 2013
The Wheel has turned and Lughnasadh is upon us! The festival of Lugh, also known as Lammas, is a time to honor the Tuatha De Danann Warrior known as “Long Arm Lugh”. A Cetlic Sun God, the first harvest come into fruition and storage now. The traditional offerings are the first loafs of bread made from the first harvest. Corn mothers, bread, grains and phalluses are all appropriate iconography for Lughnasadh. This is also the Thanksgiving Holiday, when each person give thanks for the things and blessings in their lives. The center piece and other decorations will feature full nudity of Lugh and phallus candles. Join with us for Lughnasadh! You must come to Witches’ Tea for an invitation.
When: Saturday, August 3, 2013 6pm
Where: Daniel Cureton’s House 801 709 4632
(Flyer by Sergey Khrushchev)
Witches’ Tea for Sunday, July 21, 2013 will be held at Cafe on 1st, in Downtown SLC. Please join us in our search for a new home as we try different business. Tea will be at 11am as usual. The Cafe is located 39 I St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103.
Thanks to all who came and joined in the July 2013 Full Moon ritual on Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 8pm. Being such a wonderful evening with a warm breeze, crickets and birds chirping and the setting of the sun in the west behind the Oquirrh Mountains, a small altar was set up outside. Iyata Bond led the ritual and instructed everyone in the beginnings of the Women’s Mysteries. The ritual was opened with the usual LBRP, Rose Cross and Thor’s Hammer. Blessings from the Moon Goddess on the objects was performed, along with healing and other spell workings. A special scepter dedication was done by President Daniel Cureton for his new Medusa scepter. Cakes and Wine were passed around and a special coconut cake was eaten as the late night snack. Next up Lughnasadh!
Witches’ Tea for Sunday, July 21, 2013 will be held at The Rose Establishment in Downtown SLC. Please join us in our search for a new home as we try different business. Tea will be at 11am as usual. The Establishment is located off 235 S and 400 W. There is a Gateway trax stop across the street for all public transit users.
Witches’ Tea for Sunday, July 14, 2013 will be held at Tea Grotto in Downtown SLC. Please join us in our search for a new home as we try different business. Tea will be at 11am as usual. The Grotto is located off 400 E and 900 S. Check the events for full location details.