Wed, 25 May|
Goddess Crowns and Pagan God Circlets - Workshop
Pagan gods, heroes and heroines wear crowns of leaf & flower: Hannah Sanders teaches their symbolisms & magic, then guides a how-to.
Time & Location
25 May 2022, 19:00 – 21:00
About The Event
Headpieces of leaf, flower and herb are an ancient Pagan tradition most famous among the Greeks and Romans. Crowns mean glory and immortality, yet they also involve magical lore, for each plant is chosen for its particular power. Hannah Sanders' engaging illustrated talk illuminates the codes of plant meanings, then leads a how-to session to make your own. There is much more to the floral and herbal circlets we see in classical art -- and folklore -- than we even could have imagined. Join in the tradition!
Hannah Sanders has a doctorate in anthropology and is a longstanding practitioner of folk and herb magic. She was the last apprentice of writer and tarot reader Joyce Collin-Smith, and she is the granddaughter of a well-known Irish fortune teller. Professionally, she is a traditional folk singer.
You will receive your zoom link in a second email at 4pm on the day of the event. In addition, you will receive a link and password at 1pm the day after the event which will be valid for 7 days to view the recording of the lecture.
This ticket will enable you to view a recording of the lecture. You will receive a link and password at 1pm the day after the event which will be valid for 7 days to view the recording of the lecture.