A magic big enough


Hekate Soteira, of the three worlds, key bearer, night wanderer,
hear your supplicants.

The world is pretty broken these days. Human people are dying senselessly—people we know, people we don’t know, people we care about. Nonhuman people are dying, whole species, hundreds a year. We work to fix this every way we can, but sometimes we feel powerless.

How can we make our magic big enough to heal the world?

Friday, November 11 to Sunday, November 13, 2016, we ask Hekate, goddess of magic, to tell us. Our honored guests will work with the Wyrd Sisters to create ritual based on Hekate’s symbols. Dreamwork and divination will support the work.

We’ve added a workshop on the intersection of polytheism and social justice by Syren Nagakyrie.

Registration is closed! Thanks to everyone who’s been interested!

Click here for registration details if you still need them.



Third-century CE statue of Hekate, Antalya Museum, Turkey
Moon photo by Nick D. under a Creative Commons license

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2 thoughts on “A magic big enough

  1. Teresa says:

    Are there places nearby where a trailer spot could be rented for the weekend? I live in Sky Valley, but I would rather stay nearby in my small travel trailer during the event rather than drive home late every evening. Thanks!

    • Melanie says:

      You can park a small trailer on the site. The fee would be the same as for camping ($25/night). Note though that to reach Mosswood you have to drive down a rather steep slope. Hope this helps!

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