Aloha Daughters of the Goddess,
We gave thanks last month for all that the Goddess has given us. Now it is time to come together and ask for Peace in the returning of the Sun. Aloha ʻĀina, “love of the land”, is how most feel about Hawai’i. Let’s come together to send magick and support to the sacred mountain, Mauna Kea. Her land needs the telescope building to stop, She needs our prayers of peace.
Celebrate Winter Solstice & Poli’ahu
Hawaiian Goddess of Mauna Kea
Saturday, December 21st, 2019 ~ 7:30pm
Waning Moon in Scorpio, Sun in Sagittarius
Concord Locale/Directions Given Upon RSVP
$30 per ritual/$15 first time visit
Winter Solstice is a time for the rebirth of the Sun. The light begins to return after this shortest day and longest night of the year. On Yule, Winter Solstice, we are reminded to have patience and peace. To gather and celebrate what is to come in the new year. It’s also a time for renewal and rebirth.
The Hawaiian Goddess, Poli’ahu, is said to be one of the four female divinity sisters of Mauna Kea. She is the Goddess of snow, ice, and compassion that sits atop the mountain dressed in white and watches over all of Her people. In the Winter She spreads her white kapa across the sacred mountain. Her name means “cloaked blossom,” or “temple bosom”.
Poli’ahu is said to be the most beautiful of all the Hawaiian Goddesses. She has been pursued by many men, but She prefers to guard Her mountain alone. Pele is her opposite and with Her fire and Poliahu’s snow and ice, they continue to protect the sacred mountains, especially Mauna Kea.
It’s time to gather and celebrate the coming of light with the Goddess Poli’ahu, protector of Mauna Kea. The sacred mountain is in need of Peace. The protectors that are there trying to save Her, need our support too.
For the altar please bring a candle decorated for peace, any images of Poli’ahu or Mauna Kea, and any items for Winter Solstice. We will also send a tithe to the protectors of Mauna Kea, so please bring change or dollars in denominations of 5, wrapped in yellow or red ribbon.
Please see our participation page for more information on attending our ceremonies.