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Saturday, October 27, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm



Saturday, October 27, 2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Saltwater UU Church
25701 14th Pl S
Des Moines, WA 98198 United States
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  1. Josiah Settles says:

    Hello! I would like to attend this ritual, is there anything I must bring or any rules I should be aware of?

    • axismundi says:

      Hello Josiah,

      We’d be happy to have you attend. All persons of good intent are welcome.
      You are not required to bring anything, We do have an opportunity during the ritual for personal offerings. You are encouraged to bring a personal offering to the deity of the occasion, your ancestors or other kindred you are drawn to you. These offerings are often incense, things from nature or your garden/home (flowers, fruit, chocolate, grains and the like), wine or spirits, trinkets, poetry, song etc..
      We typically hang about after the ritual for snacks and you are free to bring something to share.

      An email will go out about a week prior to the ritual with a bit of information about the deity we’ll be honoring etc.

      May we add you to our mailing list? It is only used for Cascadia Grove related announcements and will not be sold or marketed to.

      Thanks for the inquiry and may the Kindreds favor your walk.

  2. Josiah Settles says:

    Hello Axismundi!

    Thank you for the information and yes, I would very much like to be on the mailing list!


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