Aloha Daughters of the Goddess,

Sedna led us down into Her deep blue Ocean to discover the secrets of our past. Her dark waves embraced our hearts and washed away any hurt that was buried there. Now it is time to emerge into the light and celebrate the Winter Solstice and Poli’ahu.

Celebrate Winter Solstice & Poli’ahu
Hawaiian Goddess of Mauna Kea

Wednesday, December 21st, 2022 ~ 7 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.
Moon in Sagittarius, Sun in Capricorn

Concord Locale/Directions Given Upon RSVP
$25 per ritual/$15 first time visit

Winter Solstice is for renewal and rebirth. The Sun is emerging as the light starts to return after this shortest day and longest night of the year. It is also a time for peace and patience. Yule is when we come together and celebrate what is to come in the new year.

The Hawaiian Goddess, Poli’ahu, is the Goddess of snow, ice, and compassion that sits atop Mauna Kea 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 is said to be one of the four female divinity sisters of Mauna Kea. Pele is her opposite and with Her fire and Poliahu’s snow and ice, they continue to protect the sacred mountains.

Let us gather and celebrate Winter Solstice and Poli’ahu during this time of the returning of the light. We will also be doing our annual candle exchange so please bring a decorated novena (candle in a glass jar) for peace to participate in the candle exchange.

For the altar please bring a white novena candle, any images of Poli’ahu or Mauna Kea, and any items representing the Winter Solstice.

If you are interested in participating in our ritual please see our participation page.   Mahalo


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