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2019


Saturday, November 30
Yule Planning Meeting

Sunday, December 22nd
Winter Solstice Sunrise Beach Ritual

Saturday, December 28th
Yule Ritual: Fire Deities


2020

Sunday, January 26th
Imbolc Ritual Planning Meeting

Saturday, February 8th
Imbolc Ritual


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We are NeoPagan Druids practicing NeoPagan Druidry, a type of nature worship (or nature-worship), celebrating the holidays of Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane, Lughnasadh, and Yule, as well as the solstices and equinoxes. We are New Jersey Druids and Pagans interested in alternative Pagan religions. Some of our publications have included: The MetroDruid Nuz Dispatch and News from the Other Grove. We are members of Ar nDraiocht Fein. Some of our interests include: magick, ogham, Gods and Goddesses, rituals, worshiping many deities (including a number of Celtic deities like Brigid, Manannan, and Lugh, but also including Romano-Celtic deities and Norse and Greek deities), pagan poetry, pagan stories, glamourbombing, poetic anarchy, Druid Pagan guerrilla ontology, fnord, and we are indescribably religious. (This list is not inclusive, it's just to make Google searches easier.)