A Spring Equinox Ritual
A typescript of an early Spring Equinox ritual has survived, taped inside one of Ronald White’s notebooks. It is most likely the ritual that was composed for the Regency’s first Spring Equinox meeting, in 1967. It was certainly composed no later than 1968, since after that date, the Regency rituals were held in the open air (except for the Candlemas ritual).
The ritual is similar to the Spring Equinox ritual described in the New Pagan’s Handbook, but there are some significant differences.
The typescript includes an invocation to the Goddess, which was delivered by the women.
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