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The Horned Goddess and her Sisters

A Day With Elen, Diana, Brighid, the Cailliach and other goddesses of the land

Caroline Wise has been working as an occult priestess for over 30 years and, though well-known for numerous projects, she is most famed for her magical explorations with the elusive goddess Elen whom she has been exploring for over 25 years. Wise published a seminal essay on Elen in 1990 (The Aquarian Guide to Legendary London) and since then her research and spiritual work has continued, inspiring others to follow her lead.

Once a year Caroline Wise offers an experiential day with Elen and horned goddesses, in which she shares some of the meditations, research, and ceremonial workings for which she has achieved such note. This day will include oracle work, journeying and ceremony, divination, and attuning to the goddesses of the land as we trace their footsteps and trajectories. The day will culminate in a walk to the river Thames. Caroline presents Goddess days in the UK, Germany and the United States.


Caroline Wise | talks


Date and Time:

7 March 2009 at 11:45 am


Full Day



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33 Store Street
020 7419 8507

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