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Spiral Door Info

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Temple of Diana
Temple of Diana, Inc. P.O. Box 6425 Monona, WI 53716-0425 Phone: 608-577-7863
Page 1 of 9More information at http://www.templeofdiana.org
The Spiral Door
Women's Mystery School of Magick and Ritual Arts
A Training Program for Dianic Priestesses
with Ruth Rhiannon Barrett, Falcon River,Rain Gaia, Firehawk, Medea Wolf and others 
Spiral Door Program IndexGeneral Information
Overview – Page 2Who may apply – Page 2Philosophy of the faculty – Page 3Primary faculty – Page 3Program locations – Page 4Program dates – Page 4Program structure – Page 4Program fees – Page 4Application process – Page 4What is expected from students? – Page 5What is Dianic Tradition? – Page 5What is a priestess? – Page 6
The Program
Overview – Page 7Spiral 1 – Page 7Spiral 2 – Page 8Spiral 3 – Page 8Spiral 4 – Page 9
Contact – Page 9
Temple of Diana
Temple of Diana, Inc. P.O. Box 6425 Monona, WI 53716-0425 Phone: 608-577-7863
Page 2 of 9More information at http://www.templeofdiana.org
The Spiral Door Mystery School (cont.)
Overview and Who May Apply
 When women share a cosmology, common skills, language, and consistentmagical practice, they are able to create ecstatic, transformative ritual that isinfinitely powerful. This program is specifically designed to train Dianic Wiccanpriestesses. The first four years of the Spiral Door curriculum will cover advancedenergetic and magical practices, the crafting and use of magical tools, and in-depth ritual creation and facilitation and other related topics, within the context ofa matrifocal partnership model of women sharing power. For women whocomplete this part of the program and intend to seek ordination there will be anadditional 1-2 years of mentored independent study. During this time they will beexpected to develop, and name, their own unique path of service.
You are invited to apply if you are:
Dianic Wiccan Clergy seeking continuing education
A woman seeking to deepen her experience of Dianic Tradition andspiritual service
A woman interested in or already on the priestess path
A woman called to seek Dianic ordination
A woman who wishes to learn how to work in magical partnership withother women, provide energetic support, and acquire magical skills for usein daily life and within the ritual circle
A woman who has completed Feminist Witchcraft in the Dianic Tradition classseries which is currently offered in Madison, WI, Jackson, MI, and Los Angeles,CA. For more information about this prerequisite, please contact Temple ofDiana.
Temple of Diana
Temple of Diana, Inc. P.O. Box 6425 Monona, WI 53716-0425 Phone: 608-577-7863
Page 3 of 9More information at http://www.templeofdiana.org
The Spiral Door Mystery School (cont.)
Faculty Philosophy, Primary Faculty
Philosophy of the faculty:
It is our goal to provide our students with a solid foundation in Dianic Tradition,magical and ritual practices from which to provide spiritual service. Throughcognitive and experiential learning, students will stretch and hone their naturalabilities. We do not believe in a "just add water" approach to learning. Witchcraft,like any other craft, requires disciplined practice in order to become adept.Participants will learn, develop, and practice demonstrable magick and psychicskills to use in our daily lives and/or in our roles as priestesses to the Goddessand Her women. To be entrusted as keepers of Her traditions, we must learn toeffectively and responsibly facilitate Her rites. Our intention is that our studentseventually become effective teachers so that Dianic Tradition is perpetuated, andable to evolve and pass on to future generations.
Primary faculty:Ruth Barrett
is a Dianic high priestess with over 25 years experience facilitatingritual with individuals and diverse groups of women. She is a ritualist, educator,musician, and award-winning recording artist of original Goddess-oriented songs.Ruth has been teaching Feminist Witchcraft and ritual-making internationallysince her ordination by Z Budapest in 1980. She served as religious director ofCircle of Aradia, in Los Angeles from 1993-2000, and co-founded Temple ofDiana, Inc. in 2001. She is author of Women’s Rites, Women’s Mysteries:Intuitive Ritual Creation (Llewellyn, 2007).
Falcon River
is an ordained Priestess of the Guardian Path, woodworker,healer, and clairvoyant working with people and animals since 1983. She grewup in the caves and trees of West Virginia, where as a child she was trained intraditional folk magic and medicine. Falcon studied and apprenticed intensivelywith Dawna Markova Ph.D., author of The Open Mind. This work incorporatedperceptual learning styles, Feldenkrais, components of Ki Aikido, Ericksonianhypnotherapy, Rubenfeld synergy, and energetic healing. She has served asguardian for women's circles since 1976, and is passionately committed toawakening women to the guardian path, teaching practical energetic and magicalskills.
Guest Faculty
is comprised of ordained priestesses, specialized, seasonedpractitioners and experienced teachers.

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