Happy Beltane! Grand Re-Opening Celebration continues today!
Frost? It’s Beltane!
We had a *lot* of fun yesterday. Of course yesterday’s classes went all shuffle/sort.. We had a lot of people in. A lot people entered the drawing. A lot of people shopping! All of the people who are “staff” had fun talking and sharing. I saw several readings get done. Nexes spent a lot of time with the crystals and the pendulum class ended up being a crystals class as well.
Today’s classes will probably get messed with again. Here’s the schedule:
10am - Wicca 101 class – Lesson 4 – Rowan and Marius
Noon – Fire and Crystal ball scrying - Nexes
1pm – the Chakras - Nexes
2pm – Showing of “Illuminated Chakras” followed by “Inner Workout”
3pm - Cord Magick - Anja
I’ve already gotten told that the Grounding and Shielding classes are going to happen today, so I don’t quite know other that the 101 class what’s when! We ended up painting the schedule on the windows of the shop yesterday, so that’s a possibility!
We also have a houseful of people already this morning, so I have to get going. I’ll tell you more tomorrow.
Looking forward to seeing you! Come in to enter the door prize drawings and grab a piece of shortbread and a balloon, maybe get a reading or attend a class. If you can’t make it to the shop, stop at our website and enter the virtual world drawing!
The shop opens at 10 today!
Love & Light,
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Space Weather News for April 30, 2011 - http://spaceweather.com
GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field during the early hours of April 30th, sparking a G1-class geomagnetic storm. Northern Lights descended as far south as Michigan in the United States. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras (http://spaceweatherphone.com) tonight as the solar wind continues to blow. Photos of the April 30th display are highlighted on today's edition of http://SpaceWeather.com.
TRACK THE SPACE SHUTTLE: Space shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to lift off from the Kennedy Space Center on Monday, May 2nd, on a two-week mission to the International Space Station. The shuttle and station will make many visible passes over Europe and North America during the mission--the trick is knowing when to look. You can turn your cell phone into a field tested shuttle tracker by downloading our Simple Flybys app. Details at http://simpleflybys.com