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Author Topic: What to Expect at a Samhain Ritual  (Read 8932 times)
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« Reply #7: October 22, 2008, 01:02:27 am »

Search witchvox.com for local groups in your area. Usually for Sabbats (and sometimes Esbats) some local group is doing a public ritual.

In our area a few groups (a coven, our Pagan recreation group, and one or two other groups that may or may not incude themselves plus a few other solitaries) get together to celebrate the Sabbats with a public ritual in the afternoon or early evening - leaving midday and midnight for their/our own celebrations.
Lots of interesting info focusing on Pagan news and networking on this global website (Australia is included). I hope you find one in your area!

I found a link to this site shortly after making my post and will be looking further into it. It seems very sociable which gives me hope. I have seen some advertisements of "working groups" near me but they cost money and I don't mind having a donation or contrabution but I am not keen in group learning or group work, but rather getting into interactive rituals for major/big/important occasions, so hopefully the above mentioned site will provide. Thanks for the link.Smiley
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