The day of EPONA: replay of the webinar of December 15, 2020.

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The Druidic goddess of the horse, Épona, is linked to the field of Abundance. The field of abundance is evoked by the Druidic horse goddess Epona and her white mares.

 

In Native American traditions, December is the Give-Away period. Since 2012, in the United States, in response to the commercial events of Black Friday and ThanksGiving, Native American communities have instituted a "GivingTuesday".

During these global days of generosity and solidarity, communities around the world come together around a common goal: to celebrate abundance and encourage giving.

On December 15th, we call Epona, so that the following year will see germs of always abundance germinate and grow.  bigger.

On TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020 at 7 p.m. , Sylvain Gillier and Blandine VALLOIS discussed   the goddess Epona and the field of plenty. Sylvain will testify about exchange and sharing projects with the Amerindian communities of the South-West of the USA and associative projects in 2021. Blandine talks about training for women entrepreneurs and financial independence.

 

The Gallic people are a people of horses. The horse goddess Epona occupied a great place in the Druidic religion because the horse itself was primordial in the life of the   Gallic. On this special day, we connect with our Druidic ancestors and the wisdom of the horses. Epona was the Druidic goddess of Horses as well as those who rode or looked after them, stables and travelers. She was a very popular goddess, judging from the large number of figurations that we know of, spread throughout Gaul.  The goddess Epona is often depicted wearing a cornucopia. This connects us to the Native American concept of the cornucopia, the original plan where all ideas are germinated, can be called to life, and grow on the material plane of manifested forms. At the time of the Druids, Epona was celebrated on December 15, the first day of the ceremonies and rituals which prepared the winter solstice. These rituals were taken over by the Romans, where Epona had its place for the first day of the great ceremonies of winter, the Saturnalia.

​ During this webinar, exchanges, rituals and ceremonies to evoke abundance in our life.

Epona day celebration

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