An interview with Candace Ross, Resident Priestess of the Temple of Goddess Spirituality dedicated to Sekhmet by Inner Circle Sanctuary's Lord Tanys, Yule 2019.
In 1993, on Highway 95 in Nevada, in the tiny oasis of Cactus Springs, a plot of land owned by the Western Shoshone is dedicated to the ancient Egyptian Goddess, Sekhmet. Candace Ross, since 2007, has taken care of the grounds AND SO MUCH MORE.
Pagans from all over southern Nevada and beyond revel when they are able to visit the site.
Correction: “600 people donating 10 dollars a month will guarantee the Temple of Sekhmet financial stability.”
Please visit the website at https://sekhmettemple.com/
Originally posted Jan 29, 2020
Inner Circle Sanctuary and it's members are so proud to have donated funds to the Las Vegas and the US community in 2019. Donations totaling $7247.70 were given to:
Arbor Day Foundation
Cornerstone Mission on Project, Inc
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International,The
Furgotten Friends Dog Rescue
KHI Foundation for the Joan and Diana Hospice House
Kingman Aid to Abused People
Kingman Area Food Bank
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Nevada Public Radio
Pagan Pride Las Vegas Project
Shade Tree, The
Spiral Scouts Desert Pack #409
Nevada State History Museum
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Las Vegas
Wounded Warrior Project
Inner Circle Sanctuary also donated time to Pagan Pride Las Vegas
We look forward to see what we can do in 2020!
Our policy is that whenever we collect any money for an event,
it is donated to the house in which we had the event in.
We were honored to have partnered with both
Sekhmet Temple and UUCLV
for the majority of our events this year.
The Springs Preserve & the Nevada State History Museum get an extra special mention because that was when we teamed up (for the first time ever) with
The Las Vegas Thelemic Community!
Our students are never required to "pay" for classes,
however, we ask for non-compulsory dues from members.
At the first year level, these dues total $15 for classes monthly and an additional $30 for each sabbat. The student can give cash to their instructors, who in turn puts it in the next sabbat envelope (which is given to either Sekhmet Temple or to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum)
or the student is free to donate monthly to an organization they believe in and want to help. All we ask for is the receipt of that donation. This is why there is so much diversity in our donations.
We get three questions over and over and over again.
This is the most common. Read about the two others here: About US
Inner Circle Sanctuary
Inner Circle Sanctuary is a school for traditional style Wicca and holds eight sabbat festivals every year.