Philly interfaith vigil connects with activism roots – WHYY
Nearly 200 people gathered along the rolling lawn in front of Oxford Presbyterian Church in Mt. Airy Sunday evening for
This post is the eighth in a series highlighting each sphere in the Tree of Life. For additional background on the Qabala, see Guided Meditation: Introduction to the Tree of Life, Learning Qabala through story, Learning Qabala: Where to start?,
The Equinox of the Gods has come. The Sun is set to return and the witches of Hexwork are ready to celebrate the only way they know how: With sexy, sensuous burlesque. This year, we’re living deliciously with Flor Ferrari, Haleigh Moon, Kitana Kedavra, Margo Marz, MasoKiss, Nastya Nice and Ricky Rosé, with Virgin Sacrifice Crystal Black, all the way...
The next four to five years will be transformative, tumultuous, and be remembered for centuries as a major crossroads in history particularly for the United States. Not one, but all the core problems of the nation will rise up and require action. The astrology is very clear on the inevitability of profound change, the end of one book and the beginning of another. For some this may suggest doom and gloom, but that is fear talking. Times such as these are when the loom of the possible becomes visible and accessible. The astrological conditions may be likened to the warp, the stra
“The Earth is awash with fertility and fulfillment and this is a time of joy and celebration, of expansiveness and the celebration of achievements.”
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,
Facilitated by hospice chaplain Maggie Beaumont via Zoom, the Death Café has as its objective “to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.” Free but digital seats are limited; register below.
Register at: Death Cafe Digital Philadelphia NW