MoE Initiations Wednesday, Oct 17 2007 

Tamesa Oasis will be holding II* and III*  Initiations on Saturday 8th December 2007.

II * will begin at 1pm, III* at 4pm. Please arrive from 12pm to assist in building the temple. Late arrivals will not be admitted.

To attend these initiations you must be an initiated member of O.T.O to the relevant degrees and you must bring your appropriate robes and regalia to be admitted to the temple.

Please contact the Oasis secretary in advance to confirm your attendance.

Mithras Ritual Tuesday, Oct 16 2007 

All O.T.O and E.G.C members are invited to join us on Saturday 8th December 2007 in performing a group ritual adapted from a ritual from the 4th century AD to the pre-Christian solar deity Mithras.

The temple will be transformed into a Mithraeum, the traditional temple of Mithras worship centered around the Tauroctony, an artistic depiction of the god slaying the sacred bull from which wheat and seeds came forth and created all the loveliness of nature.


More information on Mithras can be found at

And details of our Mithraic celebrations form last year can be seen on this page of our website.

If you would like to take part in this ritual please contact us at the Tamesa Oasis secretary for more information.

Solstice Celebration Meal Monday, Oct 15 2007 

On Sunday 9th December 2007 we will be holding a celebratory solstice meal at a beautiful old pub close to the Oasis that has the most excellent food, open fires and warm welcome. This meal has now been booked. To inquire about any space at the table please contact the Oasis secretary.

This meal is open to O.T.O. members as well as friends and family, providing they are over 18 years of age. The cost of the meal is £21 excluding drinks (sparkling water will be provided by the Oasis).

The menu for the meal is:

Wild Mushroom Tart (vegetarian)
Sauteed garlic wild mushrooms on crisp puff pastry.

Scottish Smoked Salmon
With brown bread, butter and horseradish cream.

Homemade Smoked Haddock Chowder
Served with crisp pain the champagne.

Free Range Breckland Duck Salad
With roasted beetroot and sour cream.

Main Course:

All (except for the vegetarian option) are served with potatoes roasted
in goose fat, mash, honey roasted carrots and parsnips and buttered sprouts.

Roast Lincolnshire Turkey and British Ham
With all the trimmings.

Wild Scottish Highland Pheasant
Wrapped in bacon with a rich red wine sauce.

Scottish Salmon Wellington
Salmon with cream cheese and rocket, encased in puff pastry.

35 Day Matured 8oz British Sirlion
With a caramelised shallot sauce.

Creamy Risotto (vegetarian)
With honey roasted root vegetables.


Christmas Pudding
With brandy sauce.

Poached Pears
With raspberry coulis and Chanel Island extra thick double cream.

Chocolate Tart
With Chanel Island extra thick double cream.

Rum Baba
With Chanel Island extra thick double cream.

The full amount is payable on the day of the meal, cancellations within 24 hours may be liable for the full cost of the meal.

We are very much looking forward to this event! Yum.

Tamesa Oasis 1st Anniversary Sunday, Oct 14 2007 

Saturday 24th November 2007 marks one year since the first meeting of Tamesa Oasis.

The name Tamesa comes from the original Celtic name for the river Thames and means ‘the dark one’ or ‘dark Isis’.

To celebrate this we will be performing a group invocation of Isis from an original ritual used at Cefalu. Since it is an Isis invocation, there will be an Egyptian theme to the proceedings and attendants are encouraged to wear Egyptian themed clothing for the day.

Please come along from 4pm, we will be having a small celebratory feast following the ritual for which contributions would be very welcome. It wouldn’t be an anniversary without cake and balloons now would it!

Mass of Baphomet Saturday, Oct 13 2007 

On Saturday 10th November 2007 Tamesa Oasis will be hosting a Mass of Baphomet.

This is a group ritual taken from the book ‘Abrahadabra’ by Rodney Orpheus.

No previous group ritual experience is required, it is a simple ritual that is easy for a small group to perform to dramatic effect.

This ritual was extremely successful and enjoyed by the group last time it was performed and we hope it will be again.

We will begin at 6pm, please arrive for a prompt start and where comfortable clothing.

There will be an opportunity after the ritual to share food and drink, please bring a contribution for this if you would like to join us.

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