The oak is regarded as a cosmic storehouse of wisdom. Ancient Pagans observed the oak's colossal growth and majestic expanse embodied within its towering strength. They took this as a clear sign that the tree was to be honored for its endurance, and noble presence.
Oak Students will secure a seat for all 8 classes at last year's prices, saving $40!
Receive a recording of the lecture emailed to you within 48 hours of the lecture.
This is the last opportunity to get this ticket price.
Oak Students will also be subscribed to the Imbolc Patreon newsletter, providing a seasonal write up every six weeks (a $12 a year value.)
Seating is limited to 25 students.
Classes will take place at Mortlake & Co. Bookstore and Art Gallery
121 Prefontaine Place in Pioneer Square
In the eight-part Wheel of the Year series, educator Meagan Angus provides tools and guidance toward reconnecting with these natural rhythms and reclaiming our relationship to ourselves via the Wiccan sabbats. During the lively two-hour classes in a relaxed setting held at Mortlake & Co. in downtown Seattle, students come away with a better understanding of the sabbats observed by Witches through lectures on the cosmic interplay that occurs during astrological, astronomical, and meteorological shifts, the effects these events have on us, and the common threads in traditional observances around the world, both modern and ancient.
- A look at the history of the holiday from a modern Pagan/Witch/Magickian standpoint
- Comparison of concurrent holidays in other religions and traditions, with a heavy emphasis on myths, deities, archetypal themes, and symbolism
- The significant astrology of the season, especially lunar
- Astronomical and geological events concurrent with the season
- Suggestions for creating an altar
- Common and traditional forms and methods of observance
- Meditations for ritual use
- Correlating herbs, crystals, Tarot, colors, and more