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Thames Full Moon Ritual & Honouring Sekhmet for Protection (Aug 2019)

On this Aquarius Full Moon night, we’ll be gathering for our monthly `TLC: Full Moon Ritual’ (Tamesa London Circle started in 2006). This particular ceremony honours Sekhmet the In 2013, we did a `submerging Sekhmet’ and last year in 2018, performed `Rise of Sekhmet’. So what follows now is the honouring of this great Lion Headed Egyptian Warrior Goddess – for her blessings of power and protection.
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.

TLC 15aug19 honouring sekhmet.jpg

Fee: £5.

Magic: protection/ spellcraft:

On this full moon, once we invoke the powers of Sekhmet, we’ll be creating protection magic for us all – charms that you may take home for your own psychic and magical protection.

Date/ Time:

Thursday, August 15, 2019
7:00 PM
 to 10:30 PM

Meeting point:

Gather outside the Green area of Tate Modern Gallery (main doors). Organiser (Mani) & others will by the outdoor seats. We’ll walk down to the banks of Thames and do this ceremony. If you are late, just find the steps, walk down to river bank, and join us. We’re usually under the concrete over-hang/ sheltered space.

Thames & Tides:

Our rituals tale place on the actual river bank…just few meters away from the water. We organise these Thames-rituals after checking Port of London authority Thames Tide time tables.. to take place at low tide.. (At high tide the entire river bank is under many meters of water!!).

Safety:
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**

What to bring:

• Please dress appropriate for weather! (we carry on Rituals regardless of weather).
• Please bring food & drinks to share ( bread & cheese / humus are a good start) and any soft drink/wine that you like to share with others in circle.
• a torchlight is a good idea. Feasting/ sharing food & Drinks:

After the ritual circle on the river bank is completed, some people leave for home. Others stay behind to socialise. We tend to go back up to street level, to the grassy green area outside Tate Modern Gallery and socialise/ share food & drinks.. If it’s raining, we just go to the nearby Pub within sight.

Bright Blessings
-Mani Navasothy

Link to meetup event:  https://www.meetup.com/LondonWoodlandWitches/events/262984676/

 

Night of the Cradle- Birth of Goddess Isis Ceremony & Picnic (Richmond, London) 7th July’18

Our 6th annual Celebration of Birthday of Goddess Isis’ – to mark the Night of the Cradle’ where Sky Goddess Nut gave birth to the Egyptian Goddess Isis. It will take place as before, on the river banks of the Thames in Richmond (by river Thames).

Night of cradle Birthday of Isis 2018

meeting point- Meet us at the Hollyhock Cafe, Terrace Gardens, Richmond at 3.00pm. At 3.30pm we will go across to river bank..for ceremony.

The ceremony will use a blend of Wiccan & adapted Egyptian ritual outlines.

• (Note: My research indicates Birth of Isis was celebrated on 17th July.. but our ritual this year takes place a little early).

The ceremony is expected to be 45mins ..and then we’ll continue socials/ feasting.. (It’s a birthday party, after all). 🙂 So be sure to bring plenty of Wine & cakes.

** Fee £3 *****

——– Ceremony outline —–

• A decorative altar with Sky Goddess Nut and a concealed statue of Isis will be set up.
• Opening prayers and /or Meditation (chakra or other)
• Consecrations with salt & water, incense, candles
• Casting magic Circle
• Calling elemental quarters
• Energy raising
• Invocation : Isis called by her many names! Printed sheets provided. Each attendee may utter 10-20 names.
• Goddess Isis (statue) is revealed.
• Milk & flower Ceremony – all bath statue in milk, followed by offering of flowers. These are then offered to the river Thames.
• Magical work (optional)
• Cakes & Wine blessing
• Closing & Grounding work
• Feasting, Socialising… Food & drinks blessed and shared.
• Birthday Party !! (Birthday of Isis).

————— What to bring————————

— Please Wear ceremonial robes / masks (Egyptian style if possible).
— Musical instruments (drums, systrum, bells)
— Food & drinks to share.
— Poetry / your own Invocations to honour Goddess Isis

Privacy/Photos ————-:
As it is a public place, passers-by may take photos or watch. That is accepted by the organisers, in the spirit of celebrating the Birthday of Isis 🙂 However intrusive photography by professionals for purpose of outside publishing is prohibited.

Conduct——————:
We ask all to be in good public behaviour.

Safety of Thames water—————
Though the water is cleaner to paddle, it is NOT suitable for drinking!! Avoid handling the Thames water.. and if you do by chance, then please use anti-bacterial hand-wash/ wipes to sterilise your hands before handling any food!

***Please dress really appropriate for weather! *** Good water-proof coats, proper boots/ shoes / trainers..that are not going to get soaked in mud/ rain. Gloves, scarf. hats; possibly a bag/ ruck sack to put all your belonging and set aside (on the ground, when doing ritual).

Bright Blessings
-Mani Navasothy

link to meetup event : 2018- Nigh of the Cradle: Birth of Goddess Isis ceremony & social 

Link to blog – Birth of Isis ritual 2017 

Night of the Cradle – Birth of Goddess Isis Ritual (Richmond, London) 16July17

Our 5th annual Celebration of Birthday  of Goddess Isis’ – to mark the Night of the Cradle’ where Sky Goddess Nut gave birth to the Egyptian Goddess Isis.  It will take place as before, on the river banks of the Thames in Central London!

  • Date:  Sunday 16th July 2017
  • Duration:  1.30pm to 5pm (approx)
  • Meeting point– Meet us at the Hollyhock Cafe, Terrace Gardens, Richmond at 1.30pm.  At 2pm we will ceremonially process and go down to river bank..for ceremony.

The ceremony will use a blend of Wiccan & adapted Egyptian ritual outlines.   (Note: My research indicates Birth of Isis was celebrated on 17th July..  but our ritual this year takes place on sunday 16th July).

Night of the cradle Birth of Isis 2017-v1

The ceremony  is expected to be 45mins ..and then we’ll continue socials/ feasting..  (It’s a birthday party, after all).   🙂  So be sure to bring plenty of Wine & cakes.

** Donation (suggested) £3 *****

——– Ceremony outline  —–

  • A decorative altar with Sky Goddess Nut and a concealed statue of Isis will be set up.
  • Opening prayers and /or Meditation (chakra or other)
  • Consecrations with salt & water, incense, candles
  • Casting magic Circle
  • Calling elemental quarters
  • Energy raising
  • Invocation :  Isis called by her many names! Printed sheets provided. Each attendee may utter 10-20 names.
  • Goddess Isis (statue) is revealed.
  • Milk & flower Ceremony – all bath statue in milk, followed by offering of flowers. These are then offered to the river Thames.
  • Magical work  (optional)
  • Cakes & Wine blessing
  • Closing & Grounding work
  • Feasting, Socialising… Food & drinks blessed and shared.
  • Birthday Party !!   (Birthday of Isis).

————— What to bring———————— 

— Wear ceremonial robes / masks (Egyptian style if possible).

— Musical instruments (drums, systrum, bells)

— Food & drinks to share.

— Poetry / your own Invocations to honour Goddess Isis

Privacy/Photos : 
As it is a public place, passers-by may take photos or watch. That is accepted by the organisers, in the spirit of celebrating the Birthday of Isis 🙂

However intrusive photography by professionals for purpose of outside publishing is prohibited.

Conduct: 
We ask all to be in good public behaviour.

Safety of Thames water

Though the water is cleaner to paddle,  it is NOT suitable for drinking!!    Avoid handling the Thames water..  and if you do by chance, then please use  anti-bacterial hand-wash/ wipes  to sterilise your hands before handling any food!

***Please dress really appropriate for weather! ***  Good water-proof coats, proper boots/ shoes / trainers..that are not going to get soaked in mud/ rain.   Gloves, scarf. hats; possibly a bag/ ruck sack to put all your belonging and set aside (on the ground, when doing ritual).

Bright Blessings

-Mani Navasothy

Link to other rituals 

London Woodland Witches & Outdoor Pagans Meetup group