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Steve Free
Music at the Mound - Sunday, Sept 25 th 2022 - 1:00 PM
Serpent Mound welcomes award winning folk artist and musician Steve Free on Sunday, Sept 25 th , 2022 at 1:00 pm.
Serpent Mound State Memorial
3850 St. Rt. 73
Peebles, OH 45660
800.752.2757


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Serpent Mound Star Knowledge Peace Summits December 17, 2022
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June 16, 2018, A Delegation from the Serpent Mound Valley went to the Sundance Grounds in Boon Iowa.
Chief Golden Light Eagle gifted us the Sacred Peace Pole & United Star Knowledge & Serpent Mound Peace Summit together as one.
http://alternateuniverserockshop.com/

AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, AS THE UNIVERSE SOUL TO SOUL.
All Nations, All Races, All Our Relations,
Wisdom Keepers, Drumming, Music, Dance
Divine Information Coming in,
Ticket Price: $44.00
Place: Woodland Altars
Woodland Altars is an Appalachian scenic retreat. It is nestled in the beautiful hills of Adams County, only 6 miles from The Great Serpent Mound. The land is on an Ancient Sea Bed Centered in a 320 million year old Meteor Impact Crater. Located 75 miles east of Cincinnati, 76 Miles Southeast of Dayton and 80 Miles South of Columbus. Located on 33200 State Route 41 in Peebles, Ohio 45660.On-Site Lodging:
Only 60 Bunks available at the Heritage Lodge $30.00 This does not include General admission.
Food By "Loving Healthy is on a mission to push the boundaries of vegan cuisine with omnivore options. This artisan approach to our unique sauces, cheeses and condiments, made from scratch, help bring out the flavors of these wonderful fruits and vegetables.
Yuletide Blessings from Serpent Mound Star Knowledge. For our Winter Solstice Celebration December 17, 2022, We Encourage you all to Dress up in attire that represents what this time of year means to you. There will be Prizes!!!! (small prizes, but prizes non the less.)
For more info go to: https://fb.me/e/4lr751TUY
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MC Carla Poluha
9:00 Matthew D Campbell Jr.
10:00 Greene Lawrence Rashad
11:00 Thomas Johnson Johnson
12:00 Gabriel Hackney
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3:00 Chris Davis (Connie Davis)
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7:30 Adam Elfers
8:15 Leza Vivio & Carla Poluha
9:30 Drumming Baba Jubal
Contest Prize winners.
December 18,
Serpent Mound opens at 12:00, a quiet Meditative walk around the serpent in the name of Peace.
The winter solstice is now celebrated in many different cultures. This has been going on for thousands of years now, marking the brand new solar year with different practices. The Winter Solstice has been known in many under names like Yule. What is interesting is that you may already know this time of the year and you do not know it. We say this because in most parts of the world we actually celebrate Christmas. This common celebration has strong Pagan roots. The date of December 25th was set due to the wishes of Emperor Aurelian and it marked Roman Winter Solstice. Christians started celebrating Christmas as the day where Jesus was born in the year 273.
Many of the rituals, symbols, lore and customs connected with Christmas, the Winter Solstice, are connected to the Pagan cultures of ancient times. If you want to celebrate Christmas this year in a more Pagan way, just as in the past, here are some things to consider.
In many of the ancient cultures we had celebrations that were way longer than just one day. With this in mind, be sure that you celebrate for longer this year. Focus on interfaith aspects and the multicultural connection that is possible.
Use sacred colors and herbs to adorn your home. Use the Druidic colors like green, white and red. Use evergreen boughs, pine cones and holly in the home. Mistletoe can be added above the areas where a lot of people will socialize. Pagan symbols can be used to decorate and this is actually a pretty good idea if you truly want to celebrate Winter Solstice in the traditional way.
Always convey love to your friends, co-workers and family. This celebration is all about love. In Saturnalia there was a custom where friends and family did feast together and then exchanged presents. This is what inspired the current Christmas traditions but you can take it one step further by simply organizing something a gathering.
Change the way you look at Santa Claus. You should know that Santa Claus has a strong Pagan background. The characteristics that appear now are a mix of Cronos, the Holly King, Father Ice, Thor, Saturn, Frey and Odin. Because of this, try to teach the children about all these aspects.
Never forget about light. The Solstice Eve ritual will offer you a great experience. Indoor fireplaces and outdoor fire will be great. Sing the Pagan carols and then light up the entire home.
The Winter Solstice will always be about helping others. Because of this, make sure that you donate something. You do not necessarily need to donate money. Clothing and food will be appreciated by the people that are poor near where you live. Alternatively, try to volunteer for a charity. This is a great time of the year to basically give back.
Serpent Mound-Star Knowledge-Peace Summit "Winter Soulstice"
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