The VORTEX and Tejas Web invite you to
Yule Bazaar and Ritual
An artisan faire and ritual celebration of Yule,including DIY photos with Steampunk Santa
When: December 21-22, 2013 12-5 pm
Ritual at 11am on Saturday
Where: The Yard@The VORTEX
2307 Manor Rd. Austin, TX 78722
The VORTEX and Tejas Web present Yule Bazaar. A kid-friendly Yule Ritual kicks off the Bazaar on Saturday at 11am, For the ritual, participants are invited to bring 2 cans for SafePlace and a drum to jam with at the beginning of the ritual.
The ritual will be followed by 2 full afternoons of shopping and entertainment.
Join us at The VORTEX to enjoy Yule Bazaar, a family-friendly celebration of the ancient holiday of Yule and the Winter Solstice. Yule Bazaar is a low-pressure shopping occasion with unique gifts and the crafty wares of local artisans, performance arts and musical entertainment.
Live entertainment includes Machete Western (delightfully raunchy rockabilly and surf), The Lovers (feel-good folk and psych rock), DJ Baron Mind (irreverent Yuletide tunes), and many more. Visit with Steampunk Santa and enjoy campfire holiday storytelling at Yule Bazaar, a jolly good time for all!
Support the right kind of economy: your local artists.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Begins January 18, 2014
PRIESTESS TRAINING: A JOURNEY INTO POWER AND LEADERSHIP
Meets Saturday days/evenings January 18, March 8, May 10, July 12, September 13, November 8, and December 6, 2014
Facilitated by Cat Dancing, Morgana, Sharon, Suzanne, and Wildcat. Z-Helene joins us as a guest instructor for priestess’ exploration of cone drumming and trance drumming. The teachers will rotate leadership throughout the year as they facilitate different facets of the priestess curriculum.
Tejas Web is pleased to offer a year of study and practice in Reclaiming Priestessing for all genders, colors, and ages.
We evolve and deepen as priestesses in order to embrace power and leadership with grace and integrity.
Intermediate to Advanced work—some magical experience or background required. Reclaiming ritual experience helpful. Letter of intent required as an application to the training (see below).
Priestess Training delves into the many faceted role of Priestess in the non-hierarchical magical practices of the Reclaiming Tradition. Classes happen on Saturdays, day and evening, every other month through 2014. We focus on personal growth, practical tools, ritual creation, working in community, and stepping into power as a priestess in the world.
A broad arc of magic encompasses decades of collective experience and includes exploration of and practice in magical foundations, deity, fae, ancestors, devotionals, shadow, energy, personal practice, collaborative skills, consensus process, mentorship, trust, accountability, initiation, presence, voice, body, glamour, feedback, drumming, activism, cone of power, divination, spellcrafting, storytelling, sacred drama, trance leading, craft tradition, tending, aspecting, and ritual.
Please write a letter of intent (approximately 250-300 words) addressing:
• your magical background
• why you are called to priestessing
• what you hope to get out of the training
• if you need financial assistance in order to attend
Please send letter of intent to: Suzanne, email@example.com
Fees: $450-600 sliding scale tuition for whole year (of Hogwarts)
Non-refundable deposit $150 to hold a spot. Limited class size.
Full payment by December 21.
Partial scholarships available!
You will be able to pay by check, money order, cash (in person) or PayPal. More details after you are accepted into the training.
And coming in Spring 2014—
Elements of Magic!