Posts Tagged ‘fall equinox’

As Mabon has passed and Samhain approaches, the dark time of the year has come again. A time to reflect, turn inward, and reflect on our inner self, and seek wisdom to improve our lives. Many do this through meditation and ritual.  As we do this, let us not forget why we are on the path we are on, in this world, walking to or away from the Gods and Goddesses. I give many blessings to all on this journey, I wish you success, patience, courage and faith to walk forward in the darkest parts of the Universe, ourselves.


Many blessings



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Once again the wheel has turned and we are brought to the fall equinox, a great time of division and preparation for dark times. The second harvest is in and now is the time to thank the dying god and aging goddess!


Join us for a Mabon Ritual

When: Sunday, September 25, 2011

What time: 7pm

Where: Muad’Dib’s House-Call or text for directions 801 709 4632


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Hi folks,

So as the fall season approaches and summer comes to glorious end, the time nears to gather the altar up and travel the woods one last time before snow falls and we are locked away among hearth and home. UUPS will be doing a fall equinox ritual in Big Cottonwood Canyon. A simple Wiccan ritual. Its the time to celebrate the aging deities.  The goddess enters her crone phase and the god approaches death.  The harvest is finished, and now is time for reflection on ones life and the meaning of death. Please bring seasonal appropriate offerings and a food dish for afterward. Berries, berry wine, nuts and apples are all appropriate for this time! It will start about 4 pm and end hopefully before 6pm. Please check the even details on Facebook as well. We’ll be meeting at the 711 on the corner of 6200 s and Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd. and drive up the mile to the site.


I hope to see you all there


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