Monthly Archives: September 2011

Divination Thread

With the year turning towards Samhain, and the theme for next months meeting being Divination, I thought I would see if I could start the ball rolling with a simple question & a little bit of self information… Please join … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox Ceremony 2011

We came, We saw, We got in a circle and done Druid stuff. It was evening down at our Grove in darkest Leicestershire.  The owls were screeching as we cast the circle and prepared the ground for the ceremony.  The … Continue reading

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Ceremonies

Here we will tell of the ceremonies we perform.  As a working Druid Grove not only do we meet every month, we also get together to celebrate the eight fold Wheel of the Year. Our ceremonies are in three parts.  … Continue reading

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Beautiful world, beautiful people

I thought that I’d start off in the wacky world of blogging by sharing a quote from Dr Brendan Myers: “- things are mystical if they offer a continuing never-ending Revelation. Things are spiritual if they offer an ongoing, ever-unfolding … Continue reading

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Sticky Wax Grove Meeting, 13th September 2011 – Tatterhood’s House.

This is my very first attempt to see if this works.  Luchdorca, I think you might need me to upgrade me to author… here goes! Well, this is new! Blogging what we at the Grove of the Corieltauvi actually do … Continue reading

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First Post

Hi All, I’m just checking that I have set up my account correctly & that I can happily post away to my hearts content 🙂 Hopefully this should work, yet knowing my skills with a computer, it may just end … Continue reading

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Tuesday 13th September

This meeting was hosted by Tatterhood. It was a practical session where Tatterhood showed us how to produce Encaustic Art.  Sounds posh and difficult, but it’s slapping coloured wax on an iron and running it over photographic paper.  The designs … Continue reading

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