Moon Magick Ritual Workshop with Pam Grossman

Remedios Varo "To Be Reborn: 1960

Remedios Varo "To Be Reborn: 1960

Date: Sunday, January 22nd
Time: 3-5pm
Admission: $20
Presented by Phantasmaphile

***You must RSVP to phantasmaphile [at] gmail.com if you’d like to attend, as space is limited

Ancient cultures from around the world have looked to the moon as a source of deep and potent power.  By working with her phases and honoring her myths, one can learn how to manifest personal transformation and glean profound wisdom.

Tonight we’ll ready ourselves for the first new moon of the year with an evening of lunar ritual and contemplation.  We’ll explore the spirit of the moon through story, symbol, and spell work, with special focus on Hecate, the goddess of darkness and magick.  The evening will include ritual, meditation, and discussion, as well as teachings regarding how to start your own moon magick practice.  You’ll learn how to work with the specific energies of each lunar phase, thereby effecting meaningful change in your life.

Please bring a candle and holder, as well as any altar objects you like.  Please also bring a cushion, pillow, or fabric, as we will be sitting on the floor (chairs will be available for those who need). Note-taking is welcome.  This workshop is open to men and women, novices and advanced practitioners alike.

Pam Grossman is an independent curator and lifelong student of magical practice and history.  An initiate in the wise woman tradition, she is currently apprenticing with green witch Robin Rose Bennett.  She is the creator of Phantasmaphile, a blog which specializes in art and culture with an esoteric or fantastical bent.  Her group art shows, Fata Morgana: The New Female Fantasists, VISION QUEST, and Alchemically Yours have been featured by such outlets as Boing Boing, CREATIVE TIME, Time Out New York, Juxtapoz, Arthur, 20×200, UrbanOutfitters.com, and Neil Gaiman’s Twitter.  She is a co-founder of Observatory, where her programming aims to explore mysticism via a scholarly yet accessible approach.

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