Thank you for joining the Spirit's Edge Shamonial Temple at the 2018 St. Louis Pagan Picnic - our 6th Anniversary at Picnic and our 2nd year for our Red Tent!
Spirit's Edge had an absolutely incredible 2018 Pagan Picnic! It was our 6th year at Pagan Picnic! We hosted our 5th Spirit’s Edge booth at the St. Louis Pagan Picnic, the first weekend in June at Tower Grove Park, on the Witchy West Edge of Vendor Row. Huge thanks to all who joined us - all our volunteers, friends and members of the pagan community! And for Coming to the Edge, where Spirit dwells!
You may join our Spirit’s Edge: A Seeker’s Salon group page to then access our private event pages on all our events. Watch for our 2019 event pages! This was the best Picnic ever for us! You will find all of our 2018 Pagan Picnic photos on our Temple's Facebook page HERE and our group page HERE.
Read on below for how you may donate items to support our Temple's 501c3 effort, including our 2019 Pagan Picnic and our 2018 Online Fall Auction & Fundraiser that you may participate in by joining our Spirit's Edge: A Seeker's Salon group page on Facebook.
Funds raised in our booth and through our fundraiser, after expenses, go directly to benefit our 501c3 effort. Want to volunteer in our booth and hang with our Temple next year? Read on below as well! Be sure to watch the above video courtesy of MagickTV on our Spirit's Edge presence at the 2018 Pagan Picnic! You will also find additional links to videos and photos on our "about us" page here.
Future offerings will include brief instructional vignettes on the Craft, shamanism and magick!
We use this channel for private monthly video lessons for the Spirit's Edge Mystery School Online Apprenticeship Program. For details on the apprenticeships, click HERE. ... Below are videos on Shea Morgan's experience of transformation beyond fear on the don Miguel Ruiz family's Dawn of a New Dream retreat to Teotihuacan, Mexico, and also lovely video of Great Horned Owl, dining at Shea Morgan's family's Century Farm...
Seeking Donated items for our Temple's 2018 Fall Auction and also our booth at next year's 2019 Pagan Picnic!
We now are collecting donations for our 2018 Fall Auction (and also of course our 2018 Temple booth at Pagan Picnic). Please email Shea Morgan at email@example.com if you have items to donate. Your support is greatly appreciated as we continue to raise funds for our Temple and its 501c3 effort!
We are seeking donated and handcrafted items to sell. Ideas for auction & booth item donations could include, but are not limited to: candles; herb pouches; dream pouches; other types of bags, charms, pouches; knitted, needlepoint, other related items; magickal or spiritual or nature related artwork; soaps; wreaths; pentagrams; quarter markers; dream catchers; besoms; rattles; Witch's Spell or Ritual kit bags or Witch's Cords/kits; chakra balancing gemstones or kits; bath salts; talismans; runes sets; altar related items and decor, etc.
For items handcrafted for a purpose, we are focused on four main purposes for the items at the booth - Prosperity (also includes success), Love, Healing and Protection - with all items ethically crafted and using the intention of "for the highest good of all, harming none" with a general magickal purpose (of prosperity, love or protection) so they are applicable to all who come to the booth.
We also are interested in used magickal, shaman or witchcraft- related books and altar or other magickal items that wish to be re-homed. Though we will cleanse them to neutralize their energy before being placed at the booth, please sever your connection with any magickal tools that you donate.
To learn more about any of our exciting events or to see our upcoming Rituals, please "like” and “follow” us at our Temple page. Thanks so much! Love and blessings and Blessed Be!
This was our second year for our Red Tent & Women's Spirit Circle at the 2018 St. Louis Pagan Picnic! Mark your calendars for our Red Tent at the 2019 Pagan Picnic, the first weekend of June 2019!
This was our second Pagan Picnic for our Temple's Red Tent! Our Temple had its annual booth at Pagan Picnic, on the Witchy West Edge of vendor row, and behind our booth, we had our Red Tent. Our tent is quite literally red! All ladies who have reached menstruation or beyond are welcome to join our Women's Spirit Circle - just visit this LINK for details on how to join! The ladies found it online, sought out the Red Tent, spent quiet, healing time, family time, in Spirit and meditation and in shade and respite, and then came to our booth to thank us for providing the service. All ladies attending the St. Louis Pagan Picnic are welcome to take a rest in our Red Tent!
Here is a pic from last year's Red Tent at Pagan Picnic! See our Facebook pages for all the pics of the Red Tent, and check out the above 2017 youtube video, which has video of our Red Tent!
Volunteer and be part of the Temple Team at the 2019 St. Louis Pagan Picnic!
Our booth at Pagan Picnic is a huge undertaking, and we need a lot of help! It is also super fun! When volunteers sign up, they usually end up staying beyond their shift as they are having such a great time of community! It also gives you a "home base" for Picnic.
Would you be able to help one or both days over the weekend of June 2-3? Folks are signing up already, and it has been so exciting!! Would you be able to help us out with the following main slots that we are looking to fill?...
***Saturday*** 10-1 (2 more people)
***Saturday*** 1-4 (1 more person)
***Sunday*** 10-1 (2 more people)
***Sunday*** 1-4 (3 more people)
In addition, we can always used some extra hands to help us wrap up the booth from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday and then as many hands as possible from about 4 p.m. until done on Sunday to pack up and take down the tents.
To volunteer, just message Temple Secretary Lindsey Piech. Are you only available at another time? Message Lindsey anyway! The more the merrier! Things always work out perfectly and we always have an amazing time!
You will never be alone at the booth and we always have enough experienced folks around to answer questions--we just need trustworthy hands to greet people, make small/easy sales and be good ambassadors. As always, we'll have ice water on hand and a place behind the booth for volunteers to store chairs, coolers, etc
We are looking forward to another amazing Pagan Picnic and weekend of community! Love, blessings and blessed be!