Cernunnos. Herne. Pan. Some say the Horned God has many names. Others say there are many Horned Gods. Cernunnos is the Lord of the Animals and the Lord of the Hunt, the God of the Forest and of Green Growing Things. It is no surprise that in our era of environmental challenges he is calling to many who share his love for Nature.
This ritual will feature a procession, drumming and dancing. We will make offerings to Cernunnos and ask for his inspiration and blessing on our work to honor and protect the Earth and all her creatures.
Please bring an item of food or drink to share after the ceremony. As always, a donation of a dollar or three to help defray costs are appreciated, but not required.
Children 10 and older who can participate maturely and respectfully are welcome to join in. Childcare for younger children will be available if requested by Tuesday, July 30.
For more information, contact John Beckett at JohnFranc@aol.com or 972-948-9211.
DIRECTIONS: From I-35, exit US-380 (University Drive) eastbound. Go approximately 1.8 miles east on University, then turn right (south) onto Fulton Street. Go three blocks, turn right (west) on Cordell. DUUF is on the left, on the southwest corner of Fulton and Cordell – our illuminated sign is on the corner.