Runes for Beginners with Colleen

This event costs $65 to attend and booking must be made through Spellbox’s event: Runes for Beginners with Colleen on Facebook.

Runes for Beginners introduces the world of Viking culture and mythology, where symbology related to everyday life and the meanings were derived from beliefs and the gods they worshipped.

Learn how to interpret the ancient Viking alphabet in order to access mystical insight, while also gaining the knowledge of how to read and write like they once did.

Enhance your divination skills through the ancient tool first utilised by the Vikings thousands of years ago to see fortunes. Gain insight and learn how to use runes in everyday life.

PCV Frankston Pagan Moot

Come join us for a friendly, relaxed and inclusive afternoon meet by the Frankston coast. This is a free event.

Usually hosted on the last Sunday of every second month, all experience levels, pagan, spiritual and witchy paths welcome.

Coffee Club is a short walk from Frankston station and numerous bus stops, in the promenade near the cinema.

Vegetarian and gluten-free menu options available.

To stay up to date with all the latest information check out the PCV Frankston Pagan Moot Facebook page.

Lughnasadh with Dancing Hare Grove

Dancing Hare Grove will be hosting its inaugural event, a public Lughnasadh ritual in Central Victoria. It will follow the ADF (Ár nDraíocht Féin) core order of ritual and is going to be working with the Norse hearth culture.

We will be gathering near the pavilion next to the carpark and starting as promptly as possible to 1.00.

After the ritual will be gathering for a post-ritual picnic and a chance for everyone to socialize. Feel free to bring some food to share, being Central Victoria in summer please make sure to wear sensible clothing for the weather as it will most likely be scorching hot, and remember to drink lots of water.

To stay up to date on event information changes check out the Facebook event for Lughnasadh.

Melbourne Heathen Moot

Melbourne Heathen Moot is a gathering of like minded individuals who meet on a monthly basis in Melbourne Australia. Our primary interest is in the northern Pagan tradition, sometimes called Ásatrú or Heathenry.

We will be sitting out the front of the cafe, or inside somewhere if it’s too cold/hot.

Please note this is an 18+ event.

Visit the Melbourne Heathen Moot Facebook Page for more information.

Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 5: Start as you Mean to Go On

s1e05 coverEpisode 5: Start as You Mean to Go on (January 2019)

We got together on New Year’s Day and looked back at all our Pagan shenanigans in 2018. We also looked at our current practice, and shared what we are looking forward to in 2019. Some of us almost fell asleep. Everybody drank a lot of tea.

Music this episode was Little Red One by William Elm, from the album Between The Dawn and the Day.

Hosts this episode: Josephine Winter, Mark Hills from Dancing Hare Grove, Ryan McLeod from Queer Pagan Men Australia and Witches of Oz, and Sarah Morgan and Seumas from The Pagan Collective of Victoria’s Monthly Hills Pagan Coffee Meets.

We discussed these Pagan gatherings, groups and initiatives this episode:

…and here is a list of the books we talked about: 

(Click on the episode cover image to listen!)


 

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