About Wild Moon Temple
Wild Moon Temple is a Proto-Temple of the Correllian Nativist Tradition and was established on Thursday 9th January 2020. The Temple exists, through the online platform of Second Life, to provide an opportunity for individuals from around the globe, to meet together in a virtual world to explore the Correllian Nativist Tradition and their own personal spiritual paths. The Temple is for Correllian Nativist Tradition members, or anyone of like mind and heart who would like to be part of our community.
As a Proto-Temple, we also formally teach and facilitate the study of clergy subjects:
The Correllian Nativist Tradition’s First Degree Programme,
The Five Mystic Secrets,
and other selected courses.
In addition, Wild Moon Temple aims to provide opportunities where others may:
Learn about the Correllian Nativist Tradition,
Participate in formal and informal rituals and activities,
Participate in social, charitable and other community events.
We welcome all individuals and groups who may be curious about our spirituality, and will endeavour to answer any questions openly and honestly to the best of our abilities. We will also provide any information regarding our Tradition to anyone who asks and will attempt to correct any misconceptions about our spirituality that we may encounter.
What do we offer at Wild Moon Temple?
A Gathering Place
Meet with other Correllians and those of similar paths. All those with an open heart and mind are welcome here!
Outdoor Temple Space
Here, we celebrate the Esbats as well as the Sabbats. Rituals are open to all.
Indoor Temple Space
Here, we conduct other rituals such as The Crystal Web Ritual, Healing Rite and Ancestor Memorial.
The Krystal Chapel
Here, we conduct smaller rituals such as The Correllian Peace Prayer and our Weekly Blessing.
The Lajoie Academy
We currently teach the Correllian Nativist First Degree and offer training in Ritual Participation. More classes will be added soon.
We like to socialise together and so we have a Game Room open to all members.
The Lavender Room
A room for small groups used for various activities from creative writing to discussions.
The Zodiac Room
This is our lecture room which we use for presentations and workshops.
This room is used for quiet study and other activities such as our book club and discussions.
We do a lot of crafts, mostly using DFS which enables us to make soaps, candles, and special seasonal items as well as baked goods and homewares.