Egeria and the White Stag

Diana - the Lake and Her Mysteries

Egeria and the White Stag

For the video lesson you will need:
– 1 small hyaline quartz
– 1 glass of water (better if it’s spring water or mineral water)
– A list of 15 to 20 memories of events in your life, evenly distributed over the span of your lifetime. (These can be particularly relevant memories, but they don’t need to. For the earlier ages even brief flashes are fine).
– A cushion to sit on, or a chair.


Calling Diana

The first part of the workshop, where we learn the main practice to call Diana and the spirits of her court.


Diana - Introductory Webinar

A 2h webinar that offers an in-depth historical-archaeological background on the cult of Diana Nemorensis, including:

  • An understanding of how the aspects and images of Diana that are popular in neo-pagan currents came into being and how much of them is rooted in historical reality
  • The tools to distinguish the differences between Diana and Artemis
  • An analysis of the many faces of Diana
  • The fascinating history of a cult rooted in ritual homicide and a critique to Frazer’s description of it in “The Golden Bough”
  • A fascinating discovery of the relationship between Hekate and Diana
  • A dive into less known aspects, such as Diana’s relationship with slaves, kings and other less known deities.
  • A discourse about what went on in the Temple: from healing to necromancy

Downloadable content


The Green Spirits Grimoire

Green Spirits

The Green Spirits Grimoire

Here you can download the grimoire that collects altee spells that have been shared by the students of Green Spirits. The grimoire is periodically updated to include new contributions.

All the students are invited to join in, so, if you haven’t done so already, step up!

Lesson documents


Lesson 6 - The secrets of the green ecosystem

Green Spirits

Lesson 6 - The secrets of the green ecosystem

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– 1 black magic marker
– 1 white poster or bed sheet
– Something to take notes with

Lesson documents


Lesson 5 - Magical and Shamanic practice

Green Spirits

Lesson 5 - Magical and shamanic practice

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 printable chart
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– 1 rattle (even a jar filled with seeds/rice/beans is perfectly ok)
– 1 printed chart for each plant you are working with
– Something to take notes with
– Vegetal materia from one (or more) of your plant allies

Lesson documents


Lesson 4 - Finding the allies

Green Spirits

Lesson 4 - Finding the allies

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– Vegetal materia from plants (in a number from 4 to 6) that you feel may be your spirit allies
– A space of at least 2×2 meters to move in freely
– Something to take notes with
Don’t eat right before following this lesson!

Lesson documents


Lesson 3 - The green spirits

Green Spirits

Lesson 3 - The green spirits

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– 1 plant in a pot (alive and well, preferably a wild and local one)
– 1 glass full of water
– Something to take notes with

Lesson documents


Lesson 2 - Exploring the space

Green Spirits

Lesson 2 - Exploring the space

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– 1 plant in a pot (alive and well, preferably a wild and local one)
– 1 glass full of water
– Something to take notes with

Lesson documents:


Lesson 1 - Making attention

Green Spirits

Lesson 1 - Making attention

This lesson includes:
– 1 video lesson
– 1 file with the homework guidelines

For the video lesson you will need:
– Around a dozen of small round objects (marbles, candies, nuts…)
– 1 medium sized bowl
– Something to take notes with
– The reproduction of a painting that arouses emotions in you, but about which you don’t know much (author, history of that specific artwork etc…). A photo of the painting on an art book, for example, is perfect.

NB: Yes, I know it should really be “paying attention”, but in Italian attention is something you “make” and I felt that for the subject of this lesson that way of saying was much more appropriate.

Lesson materials