Nyx

Nyx and November

As the northern hemisphere continues to lengthen its time in darkness, in nighttime, we look to welcome Nyx at Dark Goddesses Collective for November.

Here at Dark Goddesses Collective, part of our work is the reclamation of the Goddesses in all forms. To speak their stories and our own, recognizing a growing power through which we can all foster change in our lives and communities. We are excited that you have found us!

November Darkness

We are equally excited to announce that our private network is coming along beautifully. Its creation will be for those who are interested in doing the deeper, life-changing, intuitive work of reclaiming their power with Dark Goddesses and a tribe committed to fostering change in their communities.

The Month of November

Our Theme: Coming Home to Witchcraft and Dark Goddesses

This month we are discussing the ways witchcraft feels like a homecoming, how the threads of the Dark Goddesses find us in our witchery, and how it presents itself as a mirror into our soul.

Our Goddess: Nyx

A primordial Goddess of Night and darkness, from the darkness where all of creation is formed and returned to. Connecting with Nyx is to connect deeply within our subconscious where our own divinity may lay in wait, our own spark of creation, beyond “other” and beyond the “dark night of the soul”.

Nyx's stars

Some of what we have planned:

  • Rituals to see in the dark
  • A Potion
  • A Talisman
  • Using the Sacred Black Candle in the month of November
  • Meditation(s) and/or channeled messages via audio
  • An article on Nyx, herstory, the areas she resides over, ways to connect with her to empower our own self-sovereignty and divination.

As the month progresses, other work may present itself. Be sure to subscribe to our blog feed for new posts. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram!

A candle & a key, With Darkest Gratitude,
Kaycee & Ivy

Featured Image Credit: Found on Pinterest

6 thoughts on “Nyx and November”

  1. I am so glad you are doing this. I need the darkness. The “love and light “ crowd are toxic to me. I need to go deeper and am following your path. Thank you! 🖤🖤🖤

  2. Pingback: Owl: A Guardian of Mysteries - Dark Goddesses Collective

  3. Pingback: Nyx, Goddess of Night - Dark Goddesses Collective

  4. Pingback: Coming Home: The Dark Goddess & Witchcraft - Dark Goddesses Collective

  5. Pingback: Honoring the homes we create - Dark Goddesses Collective

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.