We’re Meeting Online!

Let’s try doing ritual online!

Social distancing is important. For that reason we decided to cancel our in-person ritual this High Day. Community is also important. That is why we’re moving it online.

We are strongly committed to community and supporting connections with like minded folk. Right now, that looks like a bit of online magic.
And so we’ve set up a zoom meeting for our ritual events this Sunday, March 22nd.

Join us as we work our magic and stream our Spring Equinox ritual.  Offerings are complicated this way, but the kindreds understand challenge and adversity.  Consider keeping what you’ve offered in a ziploc bag or other container until you are able to burn it.  We do this for things needing to be burned when we are unable to have fire as well.  So bring yourself, an offering or just come in to listen as we as we connect in this time of challenge.

The zoom meeting invite is:
https://zoom.us/j/672666915 and will open up at scheduled event times. See the calendar for details.

We hope to see/hear/meet you there.

Also, for those unable to join us, we recorded an Ostara / Spring Equinox ritual. You can watch it here — https://youtu.be/lT7kl7YDi4I — if you’re so inclined.

May your roads be smooth and pleasant.
Be safe and healthy until we meet again by the hearth’s fire,

Shane

Cascadia Grove, ADF,
and Seattle Pagan Meetup Group

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Shrines at White Mountain Druid Sanctuary

It is summer 2019 and the Goddess Brigid’s Shrine is being built! The walls are up and the roof should be done by winter. The Goddess Samona’s Shrine just has a few finishing touches. Over the last year, we also got a statue of Lleu Llaw Gyffes and there is now a shelter built over his statue.
The Patreon site (patreon.com/wmds) has been updated with information about getting engraved bricks for the walkway up to Brigid’s Shrine. We also have a blog at https://witchesandpagans.com/pagan-paths-blogs/cascadia-druids.html.