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Pele and Hi’iaka: Feminine Fire and Feminine Compassion

July 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

$10.00

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Pele is the Hawaiian Goddess of the Volcano. Her home, Kilauea, is an active volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii. The molten lava spewed forth during her eruptions is destructive, yet also creates new land, resulting in a constantly changing landscape on the Big Island of Hawaii. Her “fiery” nature is both unpredictable and destructive. Despite her capricious, undisciplined and almost wanton displays of emotions, Pele is both feared and revered by Hawaiians.

Though Pele is well known, her sister Hi’iaka is less well-known. Hi’iaka is the counterpoint to Pele’s fiery nature. She is the guardian of womanly rites, a patroness of healers, and brings beauty through the hula and her songs.

Join us on Saturday, July 30th, from 10 to 12noon and learn about Hawaiian religious traditions, hear several Hawaiian myths of Pele and her sister, Hi’iaka, and discover the paradox of the Pele / Hi’iaka cycle.

This Circle will be offered
both on-line via zoom and in person.

To RSVP with a $10 Love Donation CLICK HERE.

Once your register you will be sent both the zoom link as will as the Citrus Heights, CA location.

 

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Citrus Heights, CA
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Citrus Heights, CA 95610 United States
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