For Tejas Web’s Regional Dandelion 2016, we are creating a World without Walls.
With the rapidly changing climate, the rise of extremism and hatred in religion and politics, and global threats to the environment, peace, justice, and equality, we urgently seek solidarity with others whose spiritual beliefs are aligned with the well-being of all living creatures.
In the brief time since our last Dandelion in 2014, we have celebrated marriage equality and marched for Black Lives Matter. Solar and wind energy and health care are increasing and improving. We are actively transforming from an industrial-growth society to a life-sustaining civilization. We have shattered the glass of illusion and are now experiencing the seething hatred and fearful exclusion that was there all along and has now become obvious.
At this gathering of Tejas Web Communities, we tend the hearth, embrace the wild, partner with our allies, and manifest the future that we desire. We welcome all who are called to create a World without Walls, including children and partners.
The structure of Dandelion Gathering is flexible and easily holds a variety of activities, magic, and fun. Join us for Reclaiming-style Ritual, Ancestor Magic, Drumming and Dancing, Family and Community, Children’s Activities, Hikes in the Wild with the Spirits of the Land, and vital Political Magic on the eve of the 2016 election.
Limited space, so please register now.
Early Bird discounts available through June 20.
Some scholarships available.
Witches of color encouraged to apply.
Registration fees include organic and locally-grown food and comfortable accommodations. The venue has comfy indoor beds, secluded tenting, plenty of bathrooms, and even a hot tub.
Drug-free and Alcohol-free gathering.
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Also please hold the dates for our next Tejas Web WitchCamp October 19-26, 2017. A week between the worlds is an intensive of Reclaiming magic and training. Lots of ritual, practical tools, personal healing, time in nature, and deepening of community. Tejas Web has previously created 15 camps at a variety of venues in Texas.