2020 White Shell Woman

Aloha Daughters of the Goddess,

We have just spent time with our Ancestors during Samhain and the Spiral Dance.  It’s our New Year and a time to rejoice in what is to come.  Join us as we gather in person for White Shell Woman, Navajo Moon Goddess, on the New Moon after the election.

Times of Powerful Transformation
White Shell Woman and Lunar Samhain

Saturday, November 14th, 2020 ~ 7 p.m.
New Moon in Scorpio, Sun in Scorpio

Concord locale, directions given upon RSVP
$25 per ritual/$15 first time visit

White Shell Woman is the Navajo Moon and Ocean Goddess who is associated with the transformation of womyn.  It is said She came from Abalone or Turquoise and is the creator of all the Navajo people and animals.  She is also the sister of Changing Woman and can shape shift from a maiden, to mother, to crone along with the morphing of the seasons.

There is a Navajo chant associated with White Shell Woman, “All things around me are restored in beauty.”  As places start the reopening process, may all of us on this Earth, remember that Mama has sent us a message.  We have an opportunity to come back more united and stronger, as well as being charged with taking better care of not just the land but the people too.  May we all emerge with beauty in our hearts, open eyes, and more kindness and understanding.

Lunar Samhain is a time to give respect and honor to the harvest that we have enjoyed.  It’s when one season ends and another begins.  A time for new beginnings and transformations.  The veil is thin and are ancestors walk among us as we celebrate our new year that is to come.

Now is the time to honor ourselves, as womyn.  It is our time to show our power for the greater good.  White Shell Woman will open up this new path with Her beauty and grace.  For the altar please bring a white candle in a glass container, any images of White Shell Woman, and any of Her symbols: the Moon, eagle, rattles, turquoise, and abalone shells.

Please see our participation page for more information on attending our ceremonies.