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STATEMENT OF BELIEF AND ADVOCACY ON THE FIGHT AGAINST SYSTEMIC RACISM IN THE UNITED STATES

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The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel is a legally recognized Wiccan non-profit religious organization based in the Mid-Atlantic region. The form of Wicca that the Assembly practices is syncretic and draws inspiration from Astrology, Qabala, the Western Magickal Tradition and the folk religions of Europe. Keepers of the Holly Chalice, the founding coven of the Assembly began its life in February of 1984. The Assembly was incorporated in the state of Delaware in 1993 and was granted 501(c)(3) status by the IRS in 1995.
The Assembly currently consists of 14 covens, they are listed here in their order of creation: Keepers of the Holly Chalice, Coven of the Rowan Star, Oak & Willow, Weavers of the Moonfire, Guardians of the Windsword, Fellowship of the Ancient White Stag, Troupe of the Starry Door,

ONLINE: Learning to Read Tarot – 20SMB30

Karen Bruhin
Karen Bruhin

Dates: May 6-27, 2020

Meets: W from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Location: The Comfort of Your Own Home

Course Fee: $49.00

Just as the decks we use are diverse, so are the ways in which we look at the cards. Examine the cards and ways to interpret them, be it through color, symbolism or sheer instinct. Learn the differences between the major and minor arcana as well as how to interpret simple tarot spreads.

Online classes will be held via Zoom and can be accessed through a laptop, desktop, tablet or smartphone. Your chosen device must be connected to the interne

Miasma and oracles: How ancient Greeks understood plagues | Europe, News, Paganism, U.S., Witchcraft, World

Gwendolyn Reece [courtesy]
Gwendolyn Reece [courtesy]

Witchcraft & Pagan News – We have a conversation with Gwendolyn Reece, High Priestess of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel, to explain how Ancient Greece understood plagues. | Europe, News, Paganism, U.S., Witchcraft, World

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