Scourge Making with Inner Circle Sanctuary Saturday, November 21, 202 from 6 PM - 9 PM PT on Zoom
Let ICS allay your fears about this traditional magical tool by showing you how to make a scourge and by explaining what it’s used for. When finished, we will consecrate our new tool together.
If you’d like to join our online crafting event, you can pick up a kit for $10 which will include:
*A pre-drilled wooden dowel
*Incense for consecration
Pickup for kits will be the day of the event: 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Las Vegas 3616 East Lake Mead Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89115 http://www.uuclv.org/location.html
All money collected will be donated to charity.
If you’d like to use your own supplies, please consider donating to a community charity as your entrance fee to the event.
In addition to the items in our kits, you will need: 1) Hot glue gun and glue 2) Fabric of some kind in whatever design you want, which will be used to wrap the wooden handle. -cotton -leather -suede -silk -fur -etc 3)Any decorations you want -trim -charms -crystals -beads -cording -etc 4) Bowl of water and bowl of salt for consecrating. 5) Scissors
All of our students must have a full set of magical tools before they complete their studies with us. Sometimes this particular tool is hard to find, so we find it best to make our own. Once we show you how easy it is to make this tool, you can get all sorts of creative with your next one, or three, or eight.
Please email us with any questions at InnerCircleSanctuary@gmail.com
To practice your magical art, you need a magical space. Many Wiccans set up an altar for their craft working, and this can be anything from a small end table to a 9-foot marble behemoth.
Inner Circle Sanctuary is somewhere in between. We enjoy our craft and all the tools associated with our religion; therefore, we have a nice 6-foot table we like to use to hold all of our ritual accoutrement. If you’ve ever been to our sabbats, you’ve no doubt noticed our big and beautifully decorated altar as the centerpiece to all of our rituals. It’s full of deity statues, seasonal decorations, and tools. Lots of magical tools.
The Altar Pentacle The pentacle is the first thing you’ll notice on our ritual altar. It might be made of wood with the pentagram burned into it, along with some candle wax stains. Sometimes, you’ll see a hand-painted pentacle that was lovingly traced and painted, but it has a few spots of water discoloration. Occasionally, you’ll see a huge and ornate, but scarred, altar pentacle that was designed and crafted by one of our founders, Lady Morgana. All were handmade and all are well-used. The scars they have only add to their beauty and power.