Equinox Day Sun Wheel Ritual
Ten grove members met in Hillsborough, NJ to roll a sun wheel down Sourland Mountain in honor of the declining sun at the moment of the equinox. 5 stayed at the bottom, and 5 hiked a mile up to the top of the mountain and chased the careening sun down the mountain. Thanks to Patrick (whose idea this was), Patty (who carried the sun above her head the whole way up), Malcolm (for holding the gates open), Ed (who made the sun wheel), and everyone who chased the sun down, or braved the gnats and drummed at the bottom.
|Five Druids climbing a mile up to the top of the mountain...|
|Meanwhile, at the bottom, five Druids waiting for the wheel to come down...|
|Click here for exhausted Druids and scenes after the wheel came down.|