Dear all.. apologies for the short notice on this.. Am facilitating the monthly Tamesa/ Wicca Full moon ritual by the banks of river Thames this evening in central London. For this and other upcoming open rituals that I facilitate in London, please visit my meetup group `London Woodland witches & Outdoor Pagans’ (link at the bottom).
Dear all.. following the previous full moon ritual by Thames, many have shown much interest. Also with much going on in London, there seems to be a need to do more positive, regular, magical workings in central London. So am scheduling a few more monthly full moon rituals in central london by the banks of river Thames. These will be held near the full moons in July, August & September, by the banks of river Thames in central London.
Ritual Date: Friday 7th July’17.
- We’ll sweep away negativity, consecrate ourselves with blessed salt/water/ incense and candle, cast a magic circle, call on the 4 elemental quarters/guardians of the WatchTowers, seek support from the spirit of the place/ Tamesa, evoke the God & Goddess..and do our magic..and then share blessed cakes & wine.
- No prior knowledge or experiences of wicca or ritual magic is necessary for you to attend this. Just come with an open mind. Be friendly and non-intrusive. Connect with others, and join in the ceremony.
- Let us come together and honour the Lady of the Moon, and Father Thames, and Tamesa the Serpent of London.. and blend it all and do magic…
- Let us work magic..at the Heart of London.
** donations (suggested ): £2 **
Gathering by Tate Modern Gallery entrance 7.30pm. Going down to river bank/ Setup and start 8.30pm. Expected end of ritual by 9.30pm.. with some social for sharing food/drinks back on ground level 9.30-10.30pm.
Gather outside the Green area of Tate Modern Gallery (main doors). We’ll walk down to the banks of Thames and do this ceremony.
The steps are slippery. bank of Thames after previous tide will be full of new things and sharp objects. Take extreme care with your own health & safety. You are responsible for your safety.
**No children allowed**
**Unfortunately the location is not suitable for anyone with walking disabilities**