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Ekklesia Antinoou Foundation Day ritual, Oct. 30, 6--9PM

The Ekklesia Antinoou (a queer,Graeco-Roman-Egyptian syncretist reconstructionist polytheist religious group) is celebrating its most important ritual, Foundation Day, on Tuesday Oct. 30 in Seattle. While people will be celebrating elsewhere in diverse locations, and certainly anyone and everyone who cares to do so may celebrate on their own in whatever way they choose, I do hope that some of you reading this might be able to make the Seattle observance. It will be from 6 to 9 PM, this Tuesday, October 30, 2007, at Edge of the Circle Books, which is located at 701 East Pike Street, on the corner of Pike and Boylston, just two blocks west off Broadway on Capitol Hill. Those attending are asked to bring a small rock (which will be "cast away," so nothing you are hoping to get back), a coin donation that you don't plan to reclaim (pennies work great!), and a completely optional and free-will donation of any size which will be given in its entirety to Lambert House, Seattl

Class: October 6th: Skiing the Magickal Bunny Slope!

OLOTEAS presents... Skiing the Magickal Bunny Slope: A Really, Really Introductory Course on Wicca, Magick and Everything The fall 2007 session will be three consecutive Saturdays: October 6th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm October 13th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm October 20th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm Where: Edge of the Circle Books, 701 E Pike on Capitol Hill inSeattle Enrollment is open to all, but we ask that no new students attendafter the first class date. If you've taken the class before, you'rewelcome to come to any session you may have missed previously, or re-take any you found particularly interesting.Please send email to jayson(at)oloteas(dot)org to let us know ifyou're planning to attend (so we have some idea how many chairs toput out!). This class is completely, absolutely, 100% free of charge! It ispresented twice a year as a community service of OLOTEAS, and issupported by donations from our ritual events. Many thanks to Edge ofthe Circle for offering us free space for the


EDGE OF THE CIRCLE NEWSLETTER ISSUE FIFTEEN, VOLUME TWO: OCTOBER 2007 Welcome to the 15th edition of the Edge of the Circle Newsletter. This newsletter has come about as an effort to reach out to the Pagan/ Occult community (particularly in Seattle where we are based) to inform the community of what events are happening at our store. I've got great plans for this newsletter. Hopefully, as time goes by, it will only get bigger and better. Without further ado, welcome, and enjoy. Regards, Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler, Editrix WHO WE ARE: Edge of the Circle Books is Seattle's resource for Paganism & the Occult. This newsletter seeks to provide the Seattle community with a place to list events, post articles, and do a bit of networking. We are at: 701 E. Pike St, corner of Boylston Ave., just two blocks west of Broadway, on Capitol Hill. Edge of the Circle Books strives to be everything that you could want in a Magickal Pagan store. Open 7 days a week, Noo