Aloha Daughters of the Goddess,

Spring is here! You can smell it in the air and feel it with the abundance of rain. The flowers have begun to bloom and dance in the wind. Join us as we celebrate Hygeia, Greek Goddess of Health and Hygiene.

Celebrate Hygeia
Greek Goddess of Health and Hygiene

Saturday, April 8, 2023, ~ 7pm – 9:45pm
Moon in Scorpio, Sun in Aries

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

Greek Gods and Goddess believed that good hygiene meant less diseases, so they kept themselves very clean. They wanted a Goddess to be worshiped for health and cleanliness, thus Hygeia was born. She is a Greek Goddess whose name comes from the word hygiene. Hygeia was responsible for ensuring good health and preventing disease of the womyn and men.

She is often represented as a womyn holding a large serpent in Her arms that She is feeding from a bowl. Since Hygeia comes from a medical family, She inherited a lot of their symbols into Her own, the Caduceus, is one of Her well-known representations. This is also known as the Rod of Asclepius, the bringer of good health. It is the illustration or symbol of a large snake curling around a staff. Snakes represent immortality, rebirth, and are able to quickly change from one form to another-disease to immediate self-recovery. The staff is also seen as a symbol of health and healing.

Join us for a night of Hygeia’s magickal healing! For the altar, please bring a blue or white novena candle in a glass jar, serpents, staffs, and any images of Hygeia.

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


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