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Goddess Envy:  Goddess Envy has been a shared conceptual dream of Amethyst and Dragon’s for many years even before they met.   It took the two souls finding each other to make it a reality.  Both people have thrown much of themselves and their beliefs into it.  Our number one goal is to educate.  So many pagans still feel the persecution of their beilefs.  In a world where equal rights is on the forefront of many political and social topics religion should be included. We hope to bring nature back to the suburbs with a brick and mortar store in Aurora within a few years.    
Amethyst:  I came into the pagan path as a sophomore in high school.  I have since delved deeply into my own spiritual path and education.  I completed most of a year and a day program with Colorado’s Collage of Wicca and Old Lore.  I realized that I needed more solitary teachings and broke away before finishing.  I have lived a magical life for many years now as a solitary practitioner.  Growing up in Aurora, CO I -like many of my fellow practiononers - have had to travel into the heart of Denver to find the supplies and knowledge that I needed.  The thought of a store closer to home has been a dream for a long time.  I have felt a calling for Goddess Envy for a number of years and through the aid of my husband have finally been able to make it a reality.  
Dragon: 
Goddess Envy:  Goddess Envy has been a shared conceptual dream of Amethyst and Dragon’s for many years even before they met.   It took the two souls finding each other to make it a reality.  Both people have thrown much of themselves and their beliefs into it.  Our number one goal is to educate.  So many pagans still feel the persecution of their beilefs.  In a world where equal rights is on the forefront of many political and social topics religion should be included. We hope to bring nature back to the suburbs with a brick and mortar store in Aurora within a few years.    
Amethyst:  I came into the pagan path as a sophomore in high school.  I have since delved deeply into my own spiritual path and education.  I completed most of a year and a day program with Colorado’s Collage of Wicca and Old Lore.  I realized that I needed more solitary teachings and broke away before finishing.  I have lived a magical life for many years now as a solitary practitioner.  Growing up in Aurora, CO I -like many of my fellow practiononers - have had to travel into the heart of Denver to find the supplies and knowledge that I needed.  The thought of a store closer to home has been a dream for a long time.  I have felt a calling for Goddess Envy for a number of years and through the aid of my husband have finally been able to make it a reality.  
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The Wheel of the Year:

  Supplies:

   Large Foam disc,  Small Foam ring, Small foam star, Air dry clay and a witch shaped cookie cutter,       Paints, Hot glue gun and sticks, Strait pins, Items to represent each Sabbat .

Directions:

Start by choosing the base color for your wheel.  Paint the large.  Paint the small ring and star in a contrast color.    Arrange the star in the center of the disc and glue down.  Glue the small ring around the star forming a pentacle.  You can add a few straight pins around each for additional support.  Start at the top (12 o’clock) paint the names of the Sabbats as you go around.  Some people start with Samhain, some start with Yule it’s up to you what to put at the top.  

Roll a small amount of clay out into aprox. 1/8th inch thick disc.  Use cookie cutter to cut out a witch.  Insert a strait pin through her so she will stick to the wheel.  Let her dry.  Paint her in any colors you and your kids like.  IF you like you can do several in different outfits, or with different accessories to represent  each sabbat or season. 

Your witch will stick into the foam ring by the strait pin.  Move her around the ring as the seasons change and new sabbats come around. 

As the year goes on and the wheel turns, teach your children the meaning of each sabbat.  Have them help you choose small items to represent each sabbat.  Decorate the Sabbats as they come around.  Some ideas follow:  small bits of ribbon in appropriate colors, Cut outs from holiday cards, small foam Ostara eggs, small bits of silk flowers.  Bells, rings, small god’s eyes ets.