Monday, June 24, 2013



A Magical Intensive on the Blanco River, facilitated by Morgana, Suzanne and Goody
October 11-13, 2013

Calling all Tejas Web and ally witches, teachers, students, priestesses, priests, magicians, and seekers to join in deep magic in community.

When: October 11-13, 2013, Friday evening through Sunday morning
Check-in 5-7pm Friday. Circle opens at noon on Sunday.

Where: Near Wimberley, Texas, in an intimate lodge overlooking the Blanco River! Real beds and bathrooms, and tasty, healthy food.

NOW IS THE TIME. With the rapid changes in our planet and civilization, we need new tools to assist us with clear-sighted action. We need allies to work with us--human and non-human, seen and unseen. We need Deep Time and the blessings of past, present and future. We embrace the Pentacle of the Great Turning as the Great Adventure of our Time--the shift from an industrial-growth society into a life-sustaining civilization.

Loosely based on the work of Joanna Macy, birthed from Free Activist Witchcamp, and informed by Reclaiming magic, the Pentacle of the Great Turning engages us on all levels through exploration of Desire, Surrender, Transformation, Solidarity, and Manifestation. As we step into the great work that is ours for this lifetime, we have an opportunity to actively transform the way we live on this planet, and create connections that sustain life.

Join Morgana, Suzanne, Goody, and old and new Tejas Web allies. We will engage in radical truth, aspecting, visioning, and deep magic together as we explore the Pentacle of our shifting times.

Pre-Requisite: Elements of Magic or equivalent recommended. Ask if you have questions.

All Tejas Web events are drug- and alcohol-free.

Cost: $120 - $200 for the whole weekend (includes food, lodging and facilitation). Pay what is right for you on this sliding scale. Please register with a $50 deposit to hold your spot. There are a limited number of beds, so register now.

We've set the bottom end of the sliding fee scale so that it just covers the cost of offering the workshop. We appreciate the generosity of this community, and hope that those who can pay higher on the scale will do so. Our intention is not to turn away, for lack of funds, anyone who wants to be with us. If you need financial assistance to be able to attend, please get in touch.
If you have questions, contact:
Morgana,, or
Suzanne,, 512-282-5541, or
Goody,, 210-391-2595

To register, print and fill in the form below, and mail it with deposit to the address shown:

The Pentacle of the Great Turning:
Desire, Surrender, Transformation, Solidarity, Manifestation
October 11-13, Friday evening – Sunday morning, on the Blanco River in Wimberley, Texas


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Food preference (please check one and add any other special food needs):

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Other special food needs (e.g., gluten-free, non-dairy):

Sliding scale fee: $120 - $200 per person. Pay what is right for you within this range. A $50 non-refundable deposit (which applies to your fee) reserves your space. Balance due October 4th. Contact us if you need financial assistance in order to attend.

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Print and fill in this form and mail with check or money order, payable to Tejas Web, to:
Tejas Web, PO Box 11586, Austin TX 78711

Wednesday, June 5, 2013


Sunday June 23, 7:30 pm, in Garrison Park, 6001 Manchaca Rd., Austin TX 78745*

Join Tejas Web in celebrating the Summer Solstice with Faery Magic among the trees of Garrison Park, under a Full Moon!

Here's the intention for our ritual:
We walk in harmony with our unseen Allies, renew our hope, and awaken all peoples to the joy and beauty of the Earth.

What to bring:
 - a biodegradable or natural object  as an offering, to decorate the Faery and Ally altar, and to be left on the land
 - simple finger food for a potluck feast after the ritual
 - water or what you want to drink
 - a flashlight to help in gathering up belongings after the ritual

Dress for the weather--summery Faery garb is encouraged but not required. Children with supervising adults are welcome, and may enjoy dancing with the Fae!

Tejas Web rituals are always drug- and alcohol-free.

We will be accepting donations for a chance at door prizes to raise money for future events.

* Garrison Park is in south Austin, on the east side of Manchaca Rd. south of Stassney and Crockett High School. From Manchaca, turn east into the park and make an almost immediate right turn. Follow the road around and back towards soccer fields/athletic courts, and park in the lot nearby. Follow the trail past the and up a gentle slope towards the wooded area.