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World Goddess Day

World Goddess Day
Sunday, September 3
worldwide
see website for local event listings
http://www.worldgoddessday.com

The World Goddess Day Project emerged to unite the Mother Goddess' worshipers worldwide through their many expressions and manifestations. The purpose of the Project is to grant the Goddess one day of visibility to share Her many myths, stories and worship diversity, so everyone will remember or will know that the first religion of humanity was the Worship of the Goddess.

Now, the Goddess is re-entering into our modern life and bringing back all Her vitality, power, wisdom and healing through the many Pagan traditions that are revitalizing Her worship.

World Goddess Day from this year onward will be celebrated on the first Sunday of September. The date was chosen because September is the ninth month of the year and the number nine is one of the most sacred to the Goddess par excellence.

Pagans worldwide are going to be conducting activities in groups or solitarily in honor to the Goddess.

Earlier Event: July 30
South Bay Pagan Kids Lughnasadh
Later Event: September 4
Abbot's Bromliad