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Submitted by ulrich on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 12:30
On September 21 & 22, 2013 Agnihotra practitioners from around the globe participated in a network of Agnihotra being performed on the September Equinox. The aim was to create a grid of Sacred Fires or 'firing the grid' and to ideally have two waves of Agnihotra fires moving around the planet (one for sunrise, one for sunset).
We received many responses from people all over the world informing their coordinates. We were amazed to find every continent represented, and people from Alaska to Africa, from Europe to U.S.A., Australia to Russia, Japan to Hawaii. There were more than 450 Meridiens of Longitude represented with Agnihotra Fires in more than 50 countries. There may have been more that we were unaware of.
Submitted by jimena on Fri, 09/27/2013 - 20:38
An early Equinox celebration - in Woking, England. Among those present with me were Sharon Galliford, Margaret More and Marilyn Montclare.
Let's come together around the world for a big celebration on the 21st September!
Submitted by marilyn montclare on Sat, 10/09/2010 - 15:33
We hosted another Agnihotra gathering on 26 September at Woodham near Woking in Surrey. We meet regularly around the solstices and equinoxes in my small Agni Shala in the garden where I do Agnihotra.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 04/18/2008 - 08:56
Clare Batchelor from UK learnt Agnihotra at Tapovan, India. She packed a whole suitcase full with cow dung to ensure that she would be able to do Agnihotra on her return to Wales. Clare writes:
Submitted by jimena on Tue, 02/20/2007 - 13:05
Huglett´s Wood Farm nestles deep within the rolling hills of the Sussex High Weald. It is the only HOMA & AHIMSA (non-violent) farm in the UK and the only farm animal sanctuary, which operates a dedicated Cow Protection Program.