Friday 27 September 2013

Pagan Events in London and Southern England

Saturday 28 September; The Warrior's Call: A Public Pagan Ritual to Protect Albion from Fracking. Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 8BH. Meet at noon at the bottom of Glastonbury High Street to walk in mass pilgrimage to the base of the Tor and engage in group magickal working for the protection of this sacred landscape. Free event, just turn up and bring percussion instruments if you have them. (My previous blog post about Glastonbury.)

Sunday 29 September; Kith of Yggdrasil London Moot. Free open meeting, from 2 – 4pm, at The Horseshoe Inn, 26 Melior St, London SE1 3QP, close to London Bridge Station.

Monday 30 September; Soil, Soul and Society. Talk by Satish Kumar, author of Soil Soul Society: A New Trinity for Our Time.Venue: Alternatives, St. James's Church, 197 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LL. Time: 7pm to 8.30pm. Tickets £10/£5 concs. Advance booking required. To book tickets and for more info visit the Alternatives website

Monday 30 September; Lairs of Cthulhu II: The Hollywood Years. Lecture by Dr James Holloway. Venue: Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. Time: 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. Tickets £7, advance booking recommended. For further details:

Wednesday 2 October; Interview with a Vampire Expert. Talk by Deborah Hyde at Greenwich Skeptics in the Pub, The Star and Garter, 60 Old Woolwich Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9NY. 7.30pm.

Tuesday 1 October; Being Self Aware by Master Chou with trance medium Sarah Tyler-Walters. Venue: The College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Time: 7pm. Cost: £10/£12 Advance booking advised. For details call: 020 7589 3292 or visit

Tuesday 1 October; Sacred Love (Light Grids) with Vaz Sriharan, author of Infinite Being.Organised through the London College of Spirituality. Venue: Conference Room, Canterbury Hall, 11 – 18 Cartwright Gardens,London WC1H 9EE. Time: 6pm – 8pm. Tickets: £12.

Wednesday 2 October; Weird Words, the Writing of Manly Wade Wellman. Talk by Steve Wilson at The Moot With No Name. Venue: Devereux pub, Devereux Court (opposite the Royal Courts of Justice), London. 7.30pm for 8pm start. Cost £3/£2. This moot meets every other Wednesday.

Thursday 3 October; Project Crossroads. Part of the charitable work of The Pagan Federation London, this aims to provide aid in the form of food and resources to homeless people in London. The description says: "In ancient times, Pagans would leave offerings of food to the Gods of the crossroads, in the knowledge that this food would eventually be taken by the homeless and the needy. In this way, religious obligations were also a means of extending charity to those who needed it. This ancient practice is from where Project Crossroads takes it name." Meet at the base of Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square, London (opposite Charing Cross Tube Station) at 7.30pm and bring two sandwiches as well as a bottle of water to distribute to the needy. For more details, visit:

Thursday 3 October; Healing Meditation - Transforming with Angels and Gaia organised by Lidija Ablamska and the London College of Spirituality. Venue: Healing Residence, 18 Paddocks Close, South Harrow, HA2 8NP. Time: 7pm. Tickets £8 - book online:

Friday, 4 October; Temple of Levanah Monthly Meditative Circle with Vivianne Crowleyand Chris Crowley. Venue: Treadwell's Books 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. Time: 7.20pm - 9pm. Cost: £8 per session. Space is limited so it is essential to book your place in advance by emailing:

Friday 4 October; Circle of Light: Sharing and Social. Venue: Westminster Quaker Meeting House, 52 St Martins Lane, London WC2N 4EA. 7pm start. Tickets £10. Book online:

Friday 4 October; A Demonstration of Mediumship with Q and A by Anthony Kesner. Venue: The College of Psychic Studies, 16 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2EB. Time: 7pm. Cost: £10/£12 Advance booking advised. For details call: 020 7589 3292 or visit

4-6 October, Transition Camp. Family friendly camping event with workshops and entertainment at Wapsbourne Farm, near Sheffield Park, East Sussex TN22 3QT. Tickets: early bird adult £35 until 31st August; full price adult £50 until 30 September. Prices includes camping, workshops and food plus volunteer slot in kitchen. For details, visit:

Saturday 5 October; Family Apple Day event at Chalice Well World Peace Garden, in Glastonbury. Tickets £3.80 Adult, £2.00 Child. For more details about Chalice Well, visit the website The photo shows the book Apple Games and Customs

Saturday 5 October; Kingston Zodiac Walk. Meet at 12 noon by the Coronation Stone/Kings Stone in Kingston town centre (near the Druid's Head pub). Charge: £10. For more details and to reserve a place, email Rosemary Hanson at

Saturday 5 October; Spirit Inspired Healing and Wellbeing Fayre at Holmesdale Technology College, Snodland, Kent. Time: 11am-5pm. Tickets £5.

Saturday 5 October; Wyrdcraft Pagan Fayre with stalls, entertainment, readings, therapy taster sessions and workshops. Venue: the village hall, New Park Lane, Aston, Nr Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG2 7ED. Tickets £2 on the door with children free of charge. Runs from 10am-4pm.

Saturday 5 October; Hendon Heathens Moot. The Greyhound, Church End, Hendon, London NW4 4JT. 6pm until 9pm (then over the road at a blues and rock club until the early hours). This moot meets on the first Saturday each month.

Sunday 6 October; Launch at Treadwells: Daimonic Imagination: Uncanny Intelligencewith Angela Voss and William Rowlandson Venue: Treadwells, 33 Store Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS. Time: 5pm-8pm start. Tickets free but advance booking essential. For further details:

Sunday 6 October; The Alternative Bring and Buy Sale. Venue: The Dome, 178 Junction Road, London N19 5QQ. Time: 11am until 5pm. Entry: 50p. enquiries to:

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