Wicca – Evolution, Practice & Perspective
Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship
Located at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh
3313 Wade Avenue, Raleigh
October 1, 2015
7:15 pm – 9:30 pm
General Admission – $10.00, Seniors or Students: $8.00
Early Meditation of the Lotus Sutra, with Mariela Siwarqinti (no charge): 6:30pm
Wow! I am so excited that tonight my friend (and Force of Nature!), Tamara Davis, will be the featured speaker at the Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship in Raleigh.
If you have ever wondered what a Witch is (or a Wiccan, or a Pagan), this presentation is for you!
Or — if you already practice Earth-based spirituality, but have been uncertain about our history and various traditions, or else wish you could confidently explain yourself to mainstream folks, you will love this evening’s program.
Then again, if you have simply been curious and want to get the straight facts without a bunch of overblown hype or hidden agendas, do not miss this brilliant woman!
I promise a night that you won’t soon forget.
Pagans, Witches, and Wiccans — Oh My!
Tamara, who is Pagan by birth, will explain how one of the fastest growing modern religions evolved from its ancient shamanic Pagan roots.
You will learn about Wiccan beliefs, what the different traditions are, and how they are practiced.
Walking through the Wiccan year, Tamara will describe how a Wiccan’s worship and traditions are shaped by the seasons and nature.
She will explain how the eight Sabbats and monthly Esbats (Full Moons) are celebrated, and also discuss the true roles of spells and magick.
And we’ll see how the media’s sensational depictions of Wicca and Witches have affected the real religion of Wicca.
Spokesperson for Our Community
Tamara refers to her path as a Spiritual Nomad, enjoying the study of many different traditions flavored by her heritage in Pow-wow magic and honoring the Fae.
She currently holds the position of Chair of the Council at the Church of the Earth in Raleigh, which has been recognized since 2000 as a federally- and state-certified institution of worship. There, she teaches classes and workshops, and occasionally leads rituals.
Tamara is also a perennial staff member and one of the driving forces behind Pagan Pride Raleigh, our local branch of a worldwide project created to foster pride in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity, and community.
Under the guidance of Tamara, her husband, Johnson, and countless dedicated volunteers, Pagan Pride Raleigh has grown to be the second biggest Pagan Pride event in the world.
In other words, Tamara walks the talk — in every way.
So come hear the talk. Learn who we are, what we do, and why it matters.
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