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Category: Midsummer

What to Bring: a dish or appetizer to share in the feasting, ritu

Price/Donation: $25 for adults in advance / $30/31 at do

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Acct. Id: 438307

Event Id: 103381

Posted: Jan.10.2019

Views: 1177
Spirit's Edge Shamonial Temple [Witchvox Sponsor] announces...

Midsummer / Summer Solstice Ritual & Salon

When: Jun. 22nd. 2019
Where: Webster Groves, Missouri

Join us in a celebration to turn the Wheel of the Year at Midsummer!

Event Details: We look forward to having you join us for our Spirit’s Edge Shamonial Temple’s Midsummer / Summer Solstice / Litha Ritual & Salon on Sat., June 22, 6:30 p.m., at the Hearth Room in Webster Groves! Read on for all the details, which should answer any questions you may have. We so look forward to celebrating the sabbat with you!

We offer a Public Sabbat Ritual Series with Salon Discussion to celebrate in community, join with Spirit and turn the Wheel of the Year! Each sabbat has a short teaching and discussion component called "A Seeker's Salon, " followed by a formal ritual and “feasting & fellowship” after the ritual. We welcome those of all traditions and paths. We welcome those that are brand new to the path and experienced practitioners. The ritual is explained during the Salon discussion, so no worries if it’s your first time, and everyone is welcoming! We change pantheons that we partner with at each ritual, so each ritual is unique! All are welcome to join our Spirit’s Edge: A Seeker’s Salon group page where you may access our private event pages - We also have public event pages on our Spirit’s Edge: Shamonial Temple Facebook page at and on our two Meetup pages (The Eclectic at Spirit’s Edge and the Witches, Shamans, Mages & Pagan Community Meetup at Spirit’s Edge) .

2019 Rituals & Salons:
Imbolc: Jan. 26
Ostara: March 23
Beltane: April 27
Midsummer: June 22
Lammas: Aug. 3
Mabon: Sept. 21
Samhain: Nov. 2
Yule: Dec. 21
(The 2020 rituals are on our website at

6:30 – 7:00 p.m. - Registration/Arrival
7:00- 8:00 p.m. - A Seeker's Salon
8:00 - 10:45 p.m. - Ritual & “Feasting & Fellowship” (everyone please bring a dish to pass and share)
**please no arrivals after ritual has started

**Cost & Registration**
$25 per person, per event to cover expenses in advance. $30/31 at the door. We request that you register/prepay for your ticket by three days prior to the ritual to our Spirit’s Edge Shamonial Temple’s paypal account at or via the paypal button on our website at Please be sure to note the names of each person whose ritual fees you are paying.

1-6 – free
7-12 – $5
13-18 – $10
Adult - $25 - amount for prepayment
Adult - $30 cash at door / $31 cc at door (no checks please)

(And if you're paying for a child that has a different amount than the $25/adult registration fee, just go to paypal and send to as the website link only has the $25/adult amount) .

**After Ritual Feasting & Fellowship:
Please bring a food item to share in the feasting after the ritual. If you have any questions on what to bring, please let us know. Generally we like to suggest that it’s something you like to eat or make because it’s more fun to share that way!

The Hearth Room, nestled behind the historic Hawken House in Webster Groves, MO at 1155 S Rock Hill Rd, Webster Groves, MO 63119. We have access to a beautiful outdoor garden and a working fireplace! It is an absolutely stunning venue and we’re so blessed to have our rituals at this location. Our rental payments which our ritual fees go towards, also benefit the nonprofit historical Hawken House, which is an added plus.

**Attire & Ritual Etiquette & What Other things to Bring**

Dress for the weather of the time of year and in layers. Temperatures may be cool for some inside. Also, we may go outside if it’s not raining, at any time of the year. For when we have guided meditations/ journeys, you may want to bring a cushion to sit on or a blanket to sit/lay on or otherwise cover up with and maybe even something to cover your eyes if that’s helpful. We’ll announce on the event page if the ritual working will include a guided meditation.

For attire…. Ritual attire is awesome. Black/dark colors are always great, or seasonal colors; capes and robes welcome; no alcohol or under the influence. Attire is usually more of a question asked by the ladies. We do have some ladies that wear skirts because they like to. We also have some ladies who wear shorts or jeans. Some folks wear robes or capes and some don’t. Some people like to dress up and dress a little witchier - like the time to sport your black and fun witchy ensembles or jewelry. But some like to come understated. And some just come as they are. Really, we want folks to be dressed how they like and how they're most comfortable.

Rattles/Drums…Some rituals we build power with rattling and drumming, so you’re welcome to bring your own rattle or drum. We also have some rattles for folks to use. We usually mention it on the event page.

Standing or Sitting?... Sometimes we're not feeling our best physically, like we may have something going on and such (surgery, injury, etc.) , and sometimes there's a reason why it's not easy for us to stand, a host of reasons. I've even had these times myself. There are many of our members who find it difficult to stand. Our rituals are *totally* a judgement free zone!! On this and any other topic! That means our members and the Gods/Goddesses/spirits understand that we're humans in human bodies. We have chairs for a reason - one for everyone around the circle. If you have any difficulty standing for any reason, you're encouraged to use the chairs. You can even sit the whole time, no worries! You'll still be just as much a part of the ritual and the Circle if you're seated as if you're standing for certain parts of the rituals. I just wanted to share that. We all come to the ritual with different things. The important thing is to be there. To be a part of community. To share in all the good energy. And to bring that back to your daily life.

For other ritual etiquette information and questions, please email or post your question on the event page.

**Free Tokens & Drawings**
Each person attending will receive a free token in remembrance of the ritual, charged with the energy of the ritual! Sometimes we also have free drawings.

**Sales Table**
In addition, we have a sales table where you may buy really cool magickal items made or donated by our members! For the sales table, we take cash or credit card. There are some really cool items! :)

**After Ritual Follow-Up**
Be sure to ground and be gentle with yourself after the energy from a ritual and drink plenty of water.

If we have a guided meditation, we will offer it online for sale (for audio access) to benefit our Temple. If we don’t have a guided meditation, we may post an abbreviated online ritual for our distance members after the ritual.

**Transportation Tips**
Please be sure to arrange your own transportation both to and from the ritual *prior* to arriving at the ritual. There are buses that we are told run to Rock Hill Rd/Big Bend prior to the ritual. However, the buses do not run when our ritual is over. We are not able to provide transportation to/from the bus/metrolink routes, nor to/from the ritual, nor arrange transportation for you. You can call Uber or Lyft if you do not have a car or a ride. You might check out the Metrolink schedule and then arrange an Uber to and from the Metrolink. You'll need to have your own cell phone to install the app to arrange the Uber. I believe you can pre-order the pickup time/place with Uber, so you can have it all pre-arranged before you come to the ritual. As for timing of dropoff/pickup for Uber, registration starts at 6:30 p.m. and the event begins at 7 p.m., so arriving anytime between there is perfect. The after-ritual feasting ends about 10:30-10:45 p.m. Sometimes our rituals themselves can run long so that's a safe time to arrange pickup ... Prior to the ritual, you may arrange to ride share with a member by posting it on our event page and then private messaging with anyone who says they are interested in ride sharing with you to/from the ritual. It is not guaranteed that there will be a member that can ride share.

**All are welcome!**
We welcome any honest spiritual seekers to join us in circle and celebration. If you have any questions or concerns, send them to us via Blessed be!

*About Spirit’s Edge Shamonial Temple and Spirit’s Edge: A Seeker’s Salon**

Spirit's Edge: A Seeker's Salon is a spiritual community of sharing, connection, and spiritual wisdom for seekers & practitioners of all spiritual paths. We offer Public Rituals & Salon discussions and teachings to celebrate the Turning of the Wheel of the Year, along with workshops, online rituals and more, to feed the Spirit that dwells within each of us. We welcome seekers of all traditions & all experience levels! All are welcome! Spirit's Edge Shamonial Temple is a nonprofit religious organization – shamanism, ceremonial magick, Witchcraft - in service to the Great Work & community. Learn more and follow us at Both were founded by Kassia S. Morgan, Minister/HPS

"Come to the Edge, " Life said. "I am afraid, " I said. "Come to the Edge, " Life said. I came. Life pushed me ...And I flew."-adaptation of poem by Guillaume Apollinaire

Other Upcoming Events:
Watch for upcoming field trips, classes and other events to be posted, and join us the first weekend of June every year at the St. Louis Pagan Picnic! All events are listed on our website at, and watch for other event pages.

Love, Light and Blessings! Blessed be!

Event Location: 1155 S Rock Hill Rd in Webster Groves
Event TIME Details: 6:30 p.m. registration (event lasts until about 10

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