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    The Magick of the Winter Solstice (June)

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    The time of the winter solstice historically marked the symbolic death and rebirth of the sun, our closest star within the galaxy. From the point of deepest darkness and the longest night comes a sacred moment when the sun appears to "stand still" on the horizon before a gradual increase in light and daylight hours occurs.

    This is a poignant time, likened to the pregnant pause between the inhalation and exhalation of breath, and where we can celebrate the light in the dark, and all we have learnt through the dark winter cycle before the new cycle of light commences.

    Within contemporary witchcraft this is the time of the rebirth of the God, the divine masculine, the embodiment of the sun.  It can be a time of deep reflection, of letting go, as well as bringing forth that which is waiting to be reborn in your life.  What is it that is waiting to be rebirthed within you?

    NB: This Gathering Around the Cauldron event will include a rite which will require group participation and movement.  As such, what you receive out of such events is based on your willingness to participate.

    Gathering Around the Cauldron offers the opportunity for the genuine seeker, novice, or solitary to meet and connect with like-minded individuals, as well as sharing knowledge and gaining practical experience when it comes to working magick and ritual through the lens of contemporary witchcraft.

    If you are seeking to deepen your understanding of magick, ritual and contemporary witchcraft, then you are invited to join us by Gathering Around the Cauldron as we create a place of community and healing through connect back to the Sacred.

    Venue: Carpe Diem, 158, Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
    Time: 12 noon to 3pm (please ensure that you arrive by 11:55am)

    What to Bring:
    Notebook and pen to take notes.

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