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Goddess Gifted!

  • HM157 3110 North Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90031 United States (map)

The Golden Dome School lovingly invites you to our GODDESS GIFTED Mystery School Extravaganza at HM157!

Did you ever wonder why witchcraft and magic were punishable by death and its practices are still outlawed in many places? BECAUSE IT IS THREATENING TO THE RULING ELITE! HOORAY! 

Learn magical techniques for protection, grounding, focus, and emotional balance to aid us as we navigate our resistance and renewal strategies. Learn self-health strategies for the reproductive and nervous systems. These classes have been designed especially to offer support to activists and mystics who are feeling confused, drained, or overwhelmed by current events. 

1:00pm - Tactical Magic: Cultivating the Will with Eliza Swann
2:15pm - Hocus Focus! Tools for focusing and grounding with Liz Armstrong
3:30pm - Flower Essences and the Emotional Body with Saewon Oh of Sun song (main stage) 
4pm - Herbs for Vaginal Health with Christian Toscano of Fertile Moon Midwifery

Flower Brushing with DIVA

Herbs and Tinctures by Fertile Moon Midwifery and Sun Song

Music by
WISH aka Zeljko McMullen

$20 minimum donation *proceeds go toward the Golden Dome School for scholarships and non-profit legal fees*

Sign up in advance here: or pay at the door. 

Meet some members of the Golden Dome Community:

The Golden Dome School is a Los Angeles based Mystery School dedicated to studying intersections of art, mysticism, and ecology. Together, we create non-hierarchical communities dedicated to group explorations of creative consciousness and awakened activism. The Golden Dome School’s pedagogical outreach takes shape in the form of artist-in-residence programs, public performances, lectures, and art exhibitions.

In the past two years we have worked with over 60 artists, scientists, philosophers, and esoteric scholars to create five artist in residence programs and four art exhibitions. This year we have two artist residencies, four art exhibitions, and a publishing imprint in the works. We are doing all of this without outside funding or institutional support. We have stayed afloat by charging tuition for classes and residencies at the lowest rates possible and with the help of many volunteers and bartered services within our DIY community. We are working hard to declare ourselves a non-profit organization, apply for grants, find some land to work with, and ultimately offer our programming freely to anyone who wishes to participate. We created this event to raise money so that we can restructure our organization.

ALL proceeds go toward scholarships for participating artists, legal fees, and grant writing fees. We thank you so much for your support.

Earlier Event: April 1