Update from the Archpriestess

Happy New Year 2022! It has been quite a while since I posted an update, mostly because it has been a challenging couple of years.

Update from the Archpriestess graphic with picture of Right Reverend Mary Malinski, Archpriestess, and the Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada logo

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada has been holding steady, working quietly behind the scenes toward achieving charitable status with the Government of Canada. That is still a major focus, and it requires quite a bit of time from our volunteer committee. I am grateful to each of you for your efforts.

I am also happy to share that several of our Ordained clergy members were able to help couples throughout the province celebrate and solemnize their marriages. Life truly does carry on!

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present obstacles to the ways in which we worship and gather together. We were very lucky to have a platform in place to turn to right from the start, and I am deeply grateful to the members of our public ritual group, the Circle of the Sacred Muse, who embraced the challenge to pivot to presenting rituals, Coffee Cauldrons, and Seeker Classes online.

The theme of 2021 was “Back to Basics”, and we explored the elements, as well as helpful techniques such as grounding, shielding, and how to meditate. Towards the end of 2021, Circle of the Sacred Muse had started to host in person rituals, complete with masks and hand sanitizer. Because we have been accessible to individuals beyond our geographic area, we made the decision to continue offering our rituals online as well as in person.

The theme for 2022 is “Deities Around the World”. We will be learning about and working with Gods and Goddesses from different pantheons and mythologies. Ritual presenters who have established relationships with these deities will share their insights. Rituals are planned to continue in our “hybrid” in person and online manner, though we will monitor and follow Public Health Orders as they are issued.

You will also notice a new link on our website – we have added a Calendar of Events for your reference. You can even subscribe and add it to your own calendar!

I hope 2022 brings you an abundance of love and joy, peace and prosperity, and that you all stay safe and healthy. We look forward to worshiping with you!

With love and blessings in service,
Rt. Rev. Mary Malinski, APS

Beltane Blessings!

Happy Beltane to all of our community! Spring is well established here on the West Coast – flowers and trees are blooming, gardens are sprouting, and the breeze has the beautiful scent of growth and promise.

Beltane Maypole

At this time of year, we humans are desiring more growth and time outdoors, generally. Barbecues, walks on the beach or in the forest, planting in the garden, and, dare I say, outdoor ahem adventures? Wink, wink!

Yet here we sit, in the midst of a pandemic. Some provinces and states are opening back up, and even in the ones that are still under physical distancing restrictions, there is talk of loosening the boundaries a little.

In the Southern Hemisphere, it is Samhain, the turning to the dark and dying of the year, instead of the birth and growing. In many ways, we are experiencing that same energy in the Northern Hemisphere – the contraction, looking over your shoulder for souls (alive or dead), the wariness and weariness.

Beltane is a time for love, though. It is the Sacred Marriage, the union of the God and Goddess. Even while practicing safe physical distance from one another, we can still open to that energy of growing love. In fact, it is vitally important that we turn that love the one place it desperately needs to be right now. Inward.

Now is the time to practice self-love – fiercely, joyously, selfishly and selflessly. Sit with your comfort and discomfort, your loneliness, your fear and inadequacies, your anxiety and pleasure, your desire to do something or nothing, your coping mechanisms… Notice what is going on in your body, your heart, and your mind, and send it all love.

We have been given the opportunity to be fully self aware, to move forward creating a new reality, to evolve to our next level as human beings. That shift requires love to make the jump – love for self, love for others, love for the planet, love for all species. It starts with the self.

I’m working on loving myself deeper and stronger. Will you join me by loving yourself?

Happy Beltane! May love shine it’s light on all areas of your life, and blossom into abundance for all areas of your life.

With love and blessings in service,

Rt. Rev. Mary Malinski, APS

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada Appoints New Archpriestess

The start of a new decade also marks a new era for the Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada (ATCC). Nearly three decades after its inception as a registered institution, ATCC is appointing a new Archpriestess in April, 2020 at the annual Spring Mysteries Festival hosted by the ATC Mother Church. High Priestess Mary Malinski of Circle of the Sacred Muse, Vancouver Island, Canada, will be joined by her husband High Priest David Malinski and many of her family and friends from Canada and the US to receive her elevation to Archpriestess of ATC Canada.

Mary Malinski

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada was established by the outgoing Archpriestess Michèle Favarger at the request of the former Archpriest and Founder of the Mother Church, Pete Pathfinder Davis, in 1990. Michèle, originally a solitary and eclectic practitioner, has a long history within the pagan community of Vancouver Island, circling with many who went on to form the renowned 13th House Mystery School.  Michèle received her Third Degree in the British Family Tradition in which she was trained, the Aquarian Tabernacle Church Tradition, and was also recognized as a Third Degree by Shadowhawk and Blacksun in their Star-Wyrm tradition. Michèle and her spouse Third Degree Priest Erik Lindblad, along with the Elders of ATCC, Heather Botting O’Brien, Gary Botting, and Doris Windrim, saw to it that ATCC was officially incorporated under the Societies Act of BC, recognized by Vital Statistics to sanctify marriage in the province, and authorized to allow Wiccan clergy to minister to the inmates at William Head Institution, where Michèle volunteered for 14 years. These accomplishments, along with many other great successes and achievements, have ensured that Mary’s induction into Archpriesthood will be a smooth transition.

Mary’s journey to Priesthood reads like a fairy tale. We all dream about what we want to be when we grow up, however not all of us get to make that dream come true. Mary did. Her journey began in small town Minnesota where she was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church and taught Sunday school throughout high school. She learned about the Goddess in her late teen years and longed to serve as a Priestess, though she never thought it would actually be possible. After marrying and moving to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, she learned more about Goddess spirituality and Wicca through attending a local women’s spiritual circle. When life brought her and her growing family to Vancouver Island, she sought a similar group to attend. Finding no groups but several like-minded individuals, she started her own circle, Circle of the Sacred Muse, and thus became a Priestess. Her impossible dream had come true.

In 2006 Mary attended the 21st Annual Spring Mysteries Festival at Fort Flagler, WA, where she met Michèle Favarger and Pete “Pathfinder” Davis. From there on in she was headed for Archpriesthood, though that was not in her sights at the time. In the following years she received her First Degree Initiation in the Aquarian Tabernacle Church (Canada) tradition, joined the Board of Directors of ATC Canada, and entered studies at the Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary where she is now an instructor in Wiccan Law, Meditation, and Greek Mythology. By 2012 Mary received her Second Degree initiation and soon after was appointed Maiden of ATCC. On April 12, 2017, Mary Malinski received her Third Degree Initiation in the Aquarian Tabernacle Church (Canada) tradition and recently received her Second Degree in the WISE tradition under the tutelage of the Archpriesthood of the Mother Church, Belladonna LaVeau and Dusty Dionne. In addition to holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Wiccan Ministry, Mary also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre from the University of Minnesota Moorhead where her interest in Greek Mythology blossomed.

Currently Mary Malinski supports her family and her ministry through several self-employed ventures while working at the local theatre where she’s been employed for over 14 years. Through her own website Walks Within, Mary offers tarot readings, life coaching, guided meditations, and can be booked for Usui Reiki instruction. Every Sunday during the warmer months Mary can be found doing tarot readings and selling her wonderful recycled sweater-coats at the outdoor market in Campbell River, BC. All while volunteering her services to foster a Wiccan community for northern Vancouver Island and support the growth of the Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada. It’s easy to see how she inherited the moniker Prosperity Priestess.

As for the future, Mary hopes to see the ATCC grow and serve communities all across Canada. She is currently working on connecting with other Pagan groups across the country so that together they can help each other grow. Mary’s background and education, along with her lifelong devotion to the Goddess and to Wiccan ministry, makes her a most suitable candidate for Archpriestess and Pete Pathfinder Davis, for one, would be proud to see how she made her own dreams come true. We are all looking forward to seeing where Archpriestess Mary Malinski will take the Church from here.

~ Cece Henderson, Maiden of the Circle of the Sacred Muse, ATC Canada

Exciting announcement for students!

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada is excited to announce that the Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary (also known as the Wiccan Seminary) now offers Canadian dollar pricing for tuition!

We have heard your requests, and worked with ATC International to make sure that you can receive the same great education, without the penalty of exchange rates.

When you enroll with your Canadian address, your tuition fees will be billed in Canadian dollars.

Get your education in magic from a trusted school with proven teachers, and a degree that is backed by the State of Washington.

We look forward to seeing you in the Seminary!

Congratulations to our new High Priestess!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the elevation of our newest High Priestess, Dawne!

High Priestess Dawne

Dawne has been working with ATC Canada through the Circle of the Sacred Muse since 2005. She has been a committed student, and has willingly taken on more and more leadership over the years. Through her work and her passion, she has helped to grow the organization, and has been a wonderful example and guide for newcomers.

We are so proud to have Dawne as part of the team!

The Pagan World Exists Beyond Cascadia

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Author: Dusty Dionne
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It was a hot, sunny, muggy day in Missouri at St. Louis Pagan Picnic 2015. I sat back in my chair in the shade with a little paper fan trying to keep cool, staring at the people walking by from behind my sunglasses. A woman came up, and Dusty stood up and started telling her about everything the ATC does, just as we had all been doing to anyone who stopped at our booth. He finished, and she stood there silent for a second before putting her hand up to her mouth. “I have been searching for you for so long,” she said, as her eyes started to well with tears, looking at each and every one of us.Brenna, Adrianna Iris Boatwright, Bella and Dusty

It was then I realized just how insular my Pagan world had become. He didn’t have to care. He didn’t have to stand up again in the 100+ degree heat, thousands of miles from home, to help this woman. He could have chosen any other, more fun, and less stressful ways to spend this summer day. I was wishing we were spending the summer day in some other way, until this moment brought it all into focus. Watching Dusty change that woman’s life, with a few words that he had repeated possibly one hundred times that day, touched me deeply and reignited my passion for the work we do at the church.

I became Pagan because I wanted to connect with the earth, connect with those who care for it, and to those who feel that connection to the Gods and honor them. I wanted to help people and make a difference. Somewhere along the way I lost sight of that and began getting lost in all the details of my personal journey with the divine. This trip made me step back and allowed me to see all of those little details pieced together. I was able to see just what the ATC really does for the Pagan community beyond my world in Seattle.

The things we do at the ATC matter. Those of us who have lived secluded away from the rest of community get all caught up in our personal experience of Spring Mysteries – or the next Sabbat or whatever might be the current drama. But there are people all over the world who seriously benefit from the hard work we do every day; most of us can’t see over the mountains and are oblivious to it. So many times I have caught myself saying “I have a silly job. Managing Facebook groups and events? Really? I feel like I should be doing something more important.” I bet a lot of people have thought that what they do is just not “important enough.” But each individual is needed to make the wheel turn. No one would show up to our events if I didn’t make and publicize them – in fact, we notice the difference when I don’t post about the events and make sure people hear about Brenna and Greg Vencethem. People can talk on our Facebook groups and look to them for news, advice, comfort and camaraderie. It’s not a silly job. In fact it’s vital to our ministry being successful. That awareness makes my heart smile.

I met many amazing, talented and wise people on my trip to the Southeast U.S. I met many of Bella’s Students in Georgia, previous and current. I met teachers I had from Wiccan Seminary – Anastacia Laveau and Talyn Songdog – Alfred Willowhawk as well, but we’ve met several times now. I met Greg Vence, a 3rd Degree York Rite Mason, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and a Neophyte (0=0) in The Golden Dawn. I met Grandmother Elspeth, a greatly respected elder in the Pagan community on the East Coast. I met Adrianna Iris Boatwright, Photographer and establisher of Savannah Pagan Pride. I also met Don Lewis, who is the Chancellor of the Correllian Nativist Tradition.

All of these people know who the ATC is, they appreciate the things we do and want to work with us to make a difference in the world. Don Lewis wants teachers from Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary to teach at Witch School. Grandmother Elspeth taught a workshop at St. Louis Pagan Picnic that taught the same mysteries of the Goddess I have learned in Seminary and from revelations at Spring Mysteries Festival. We are all connected and have such amazing opportunities. Yet, I had been so secluded and caught up in my own life, that I didn’t realize the opportunities that the Mother church creates for us. We have the Bella, Brenna, Daniel Cox, and Anastacia LaVeauability to help a world that needs our care if we would only take advantage of these opportunities.

The Pagan community is so much bigger than I ever imagined. Everything we do has an impact on all Pagans across the world. Pete “Pathfinder” Davis deciding he wanted a legally-recognized Wiccan church changed Wiccan history. Leading a ritual for Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary could change someone’s life across the world. Managing a table at Pagan festival can bring someone to tears because of the joy they feel from finding their spiritual home. I met people who knew me that I did not ColorATCLogo-Croppedknow. I met people, whom I had directly impacted with my ministering that cherish my existence on the planet, whom I never knew I touched. That’s powerful. I make a real difference in someone’s life – that feels good!

Everything we do and everything we say impacts our community and the larger community, which is so much bigger and beyond us that we cannot fathom it. Our choices, what we do with our time each day, whether we help, hurt, or are indifferent to the work we do at the Mother Church directly impacts the whole world of Paganism. I’m so grateful to have been able to travel and gain the perspective of seeing over the mountains, and realizing that what we do here at the Mother Church has an impact much further than I could see, much deeper than I could understand, and much more important that I could have possibly realized.

All of us, who share in this work, make a difference. A big one. Whether it’s filing away a bill, sweeping a floor, or directing a festival, we all make it possible for the church to carry on Its ministry. Thanks for sharing in the responsibility of carrying the load that spiritually protects and feeds the children of the Goddess worldwide.

Etsy Ends its Witch Hunt

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Author: Dusty Dionne
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It was a sad day shortly following Beltane when the witch hunts began. Beltaine was coming to a close and one by one innocent children of the craft found their livelihoods taken away from them. They came for the poppets. They came for the potpourri. They came for the spells. And they came for the charms. Like ten pins the practitioners of the Etsy community saw their items fall off of the site, now deemed as being against TOS.

The new terms read “any metaphysical service that promises or suggests it will effect a physical change (e.g., weight loss) or other outcome”  would be no longer allowed. This very clearly targeted the Pagan community in its wording.

The Washington Post reported:

““Many have told me their shops are being closed without so much as notice,” said Etsy-seller Ashley Coulton, who is petitioning Etsy to rethink the policy clarification. “I do worry about the effect this will have on my business … I do believe the actions of Etsy are in fact, discriminatory toward Wiccan and Pagan faiths.””

Newsweek said:

“some people have alleged that Etsy’s ban is simply part of a larger religious discrimination existing against people identifying as witches, pagans and Wiccans of faith, noting that some items having to do with prayer, such as rosaries, are still allowed.”

And blogger called the situation The Great Etsy Witch Hunt of 2015″

It was far from lost on the people that Etsy had created a roadblock that effected one single class of people. Or so they thought. Etsy is not only filled with people with sachets of love powders, they are also filled with prayers and saints. Both items that, “promise or suggest it will effect a physical change, or other outcome”

Etsy had painted itself into a corner.

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church let out a series of tweets addressing Etsy directly:

@EtsyHelp Just making sure your ban on #metaphysical items are also going to cover anything with #Christian #prayers written on them.

— ATC Wicca (@ATCWicca) June 22, 2015

@EtsyHelp You see, prayers “offer a physical change [..] or other outcome” and those are against your new ToS. — ATC Wicca (@ATCWicca) June 22, 2015

@EtsyHelp We would hate for you to be viewed as targeting the #Pagan community. Our people will be pouring over @Etsy to report any we find.

— ATC Wicca (@ATCWicca) June 22, 2015

Like Salem before it, Etsy had let the energy of their persecution get away from them. And it was on the world stage. Everyone saw this poor decision from what used to be everyone’s favorite little craft site. That leads us to today. A new email with a similar title to the debacle of the past summer showed up in the inbox of Etsy users: “Important Terms & Policies Updates from Etsy.”

Only this time things were different. They had set up a new TOS called “Our House Rules.” This was no corporate drafted press release. Upon inspection, things looked rather crafty and homey. Hobby Lobby, American Pie, and Summer all rolled into one. Nothing scary here. Just some new information for you to mull over during the picnic.

Clicking the link to “Sellers” was a scary option. Was it going to be the same? Was it going to reinforce the demolition of the incomes of all of the witchy merchants who had been left high and dry? Or would it soothe the hurts that it had earlier caused, much like the pleasant aura that the web page suggested?

After carefully scanning through the Sellers page you notice it. Not at the top, not at the bottom, but mixed into the middle. Not trying to be overt in any way: “Prohibited Items Policy” The next click would speak volumes on whether the voices of the people had been heard by the ears of the owners of Etsy. 

It was no longer there.

Scan after scan confirmed it. Nowhere in the new info did it ban metaphysical items. Not a word about items that promised to effect change.

Something had made it through. Something that someone had done, maybe what everyone had done as a community had resonated within the halls of Etsy, Inc. and helped them hear. It was bigger than the Pagans. It effected people all over the world who had learned to rely on this charming little e-commerce site to be the wonderful bazaar that they knew it to be: A loving little community of nuts who all want to share their arts.

And so it was. The world had been set back to its peaceful course. Like the witch hunts of Salem, they were finally over. Unlike the witch hunts of Salem, the lives that Etsy had burned, can now rise from the ashes, like a phoenix.

A phoenix that you can now invoke the assistance of with your new Phoenix Rising spell candle from BlackCatWitchery.

Only on Etsy.com 


Walking the Line

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Author: Misty Talen
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I was talking to my mate the other night and was surprised to hear what could be called resentment.  I am a Sophomore Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary and recently Dedicated to the Lady Belladonna Laveau. I work on the school’s class calendar and I am the Herald for the Mother Church in Index, WA. This is a lot on anyone’s plate, but a service I am honored to provide.

I am also a woman, a wife, a daughter, a friend, a sibling.

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When one dives into the metaphysical and explores their spirituality, it is unsurprising that those around you in your family may occasionally feel abandoned or left behind by this new found focus in your life. Perhaps you have always been seen as a casual practitioner. Perhaps everything is brand new and you are seeing the world around you in new colors, truths, strengths and blessings! Your loved ones get to watch as you purse this internal passion and dive deeper into who you are and the world around you on an unseen level. This can leave our loved ones feeling awkward, unwelcome or bewildered by our choices.

Spirituality, I believe, by it’s very nature encourages a global mindset that makes it very easy to volunteer to do more. Someone needs supplies, you can do that! Someone needs help with repairing a fence,  you CAN do that!  This helpful attitude while commendable can sometimes when practiced out of balance, lead to hurt feelings and misunderstandings.

When someone from your circle, class or teacher reaches out to you, how fast do you respond? How cheerful is your voice? What do you drop to come to the aid of another person in need?

All these things, depending on your situation and attitude can lead to loved ones feeling abandoned. We don’t want that.

We LOVE our families, our wives, our husbands, our children, our homes.  The practical, physical nature of these relationships is essential to any human and especially to a witch.  Ground, Ground, Ground!  No matter what path you walk almost all of them teach the importance of staying connected to the Earth while we explore our Spiritual Reality.  There is no greater tool than being able to come back to Earth because guess what? We choose to incarnate here!

If you find you have left your loved ones a step or two behind, do not hesitate to slow down and wait for them to catch up.  You can always walk a few steps back and spend time with them! We are after all magical creatures and time and distance are no obstacles!

Love is the Law


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I urge you all to make special dates with your loves and show every day appreciation to the extraordinary gifts they have given you. Patience for this new path you walk, Love when it frustrates us, Admiration when they see our growth, Contentment when we have been successful in a battle of wills they may never see.

A kiss, a touch, a shared moment is well worth any riches and even when the family we have chosen is practical, and not magical – it is no less sacred in our eyes. However, we may occasionally forget to express it.

So my message today is one of love. Not only for the Great Spirit, Gaia, Goddess and God – but for our mates, our children, family, friends who are every bit as important as our sisters and brothers and teachers on this Spiral Path. Honor them as you honor your path, because they are your path. The point of a spiritual practice is to enhance our physical experience. When we walk in balance between the physical and the spiritual, I believe we are at our greatest power to manifest the world we desire.

Happy Litha – Update on the Affairs of the ATC

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Author: Belladonna Laveau
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Happy LithaDusty and I are on the last leg of our trip, and celebrating our 11th Anniversary together.  One more great festival this weekend, Michigan Pagan Festival, and we’ll be headed west.  We’ll be home by July 6th.  We’ve had some wonderful times out here connecting with you.  Thank you for taking Dusty, Honeybear, and me into your hearts, homes, and circles.  The Church has accomplished much this year. We at the Mother Church are excited about all the new developments and opportunities coming up.


The ATC just purchased the property next door to the Tab.  Pete owned this property in the early days of the ATC, but lost it in a divorce.  It went on sale about 3 years ago for around $130,000.  We purchased it on June 22, for $42,500, about a third of it’s asking price.  Thank you Benni Sack for all your tireless work on that very important project.


You might have heard that we received a building grant.  This grant donationagives us building materials to repair and build onto our beautiful church, as well as to help needy families.  As we have materials available, we’ll be looking to share them. Watch on the ATC Mother Church Facebook page for announcements about  available building materials.  In a short couple of months, we have been gifted with a stained glass front door, a lawn mower, a porcelain kitchen sink, and enough decking to replace the back deck.  We are very blessed and grateful to receive these donations, and will keep you posted as this develops.  We have also helped other affiliates obtain this and other grants, to help their own neighborhoods.  If you have an affiliate, and you’re interested in these donations, contact us at the Mother Church, and we’ll help get your church set up.


The Tab is becoming a working monastery now, and with the expansion of land, we will have room for additional students and clergy to live and work at the Mother Church. Rodney, Tatiana, and the Green Man Guild are building apartments and rooms in case you want to live at, or have overnight visits to the Mother Church. Alternatively, you could come and be a part of the magical community that is growing in Index, by purchasing or renting one of the beautiful cottages available in our secluded paradise on the Skykomish River.


We lost the old hot tub in March, during a storm.  It was old, and starting to give us trouble, so this was a blessing.  The insurance claim has been approved for a new tub to be installed.  The new hot tub has a salt water system (healthier than chlorine) and has colored chakra lights, which will enhance our ability to use the tub for spiritual and healing purposes.  It will also be much more cost effective to run and use considerably less chemicals.


Aphrodite ShrineWhen we get the new tub ready, we’ll let you know about the ceremony for dedicating the new Aphrodite Temple that we are designing in the back yard. Rodney and the Green Man Guild have been hard at work preparing the new Temple.  If you’d like to help with this project, please know that all are welcome at Green Man Events.


Speaking of the Green Man Guild, this is the time to come and bond with the Members of the Church in the daily chores and maintenance of the Lord and Ladies’ sacred home.  Bring Drums, dancing gear, coolers with snacks, and expect us to feed you a nice dinner to express our gratitude for a hard days work.  Then stay into the evening and lets drum, dance, spin fire, and immerse ourselves in Pagan fun.


In the process of getting the loan for the property next door, we discovered that Pete did not have liability insurance on our church or any insurance on the contents of the church.  The new insurance policy is a commercial policy and costs $1896/00 a year, about 4 times as much as what we currently pay.  Fortunately, a couple of months ago, I found a car insurance policy for the church vehicles that’s about 1/4th of what we were paying, so it sort of evens out.  But, at least we’re covered now.


We are selling ATC Merchandise and doing readings on the road to offset the cost of visiting the affiliates and sharing Pete’s vision with the world.  We’ve signed several new affiliates this year, and it has been wonderful to meet them face to face.  We’ve had the opportunity to reconnect with many beloved friends over the course of this trip, and watch doors open, as the ATC reaches out to work with our neighbors. We can do so much more when we work together.  By being present at the gatherings across the country, we get the face time needed to fully manifest the Will of the Goddess.


We are also doing a once a month psychic fair at Metaphysical marketplace in downtown Seattle that is starting to make money.  We are adding ATC products to the online store and live vending booths.  If you have products that are specific to our magical ministry, i.e. magical tools, etc, that you want us to include in our booths and online store, contact Dawn Darkness at the Tab 360-793-1945


We fully enjoyed our visit with Selena Fox this spring at festival. HSF 2015 Oberon Zell from  Church of All Worlds is confirmed to attend Spring Mysteries Festival 2016.  Don Lewis of the Correlians, is confirmed for the following year.  We are honored to be able to bring these elders to our historic festival.  They are excited to attend, and finally get to participate in our magic, and well as share theirs.  Registration for Hekate’s Sickle is up.  This year we will be focused on “Getting the Sight”.  Rituals will be focused on divination, tarot, and opening your psychic powers, while the veil is thin..


We have developed an online virtual circle that is worldwide, called Sacred Cauldron.  We invite you to join us throughout the week for Wiccan rituals, activities, and discussion.  This circle is run by the students of WiccanSeminary.EDU, and is bringing students together across the world to serve and bring the Goddess into your home.  We hope you come to Sacred Cauldron on SecondLife.com, and see what we’re doing there.


truckWe were gifted with a good, dependable truck, to haul the new building supplies, and we are so grateful to have it.  Now, we do not have to scramble for a volunteer to go pick up the supplies that we are given.  Thank you to Darrell Delph and the Olympian Evergreen Pagans for this much needed donation.


Lammas is coming up at the beginning of August.  You will want to attend the Lammas Monologues.  Please come and present or enjoy the dramatic parade of deity.  Those who want to be a part of Hekate’s Sickle and Spring Mysteries Ritual Cast are asked to invoke and share a Godform with us.  It’s an amazing event.  You never know what creative presentation might come forth magically. I look forward to seeing you there.


Now that we have accomplished so much, the doors are open for new opportunity.  I invite you to jump in where you can and be a part of the great work we are doing here.  Whether it’s swinging a hammer, cooking a meal, coming to a Green Man day, sending in a financial contribution, helping with websites, joining in on a craft day, or just clicking like on Facebook, you can help be a part of the Goddess’ Ministry.