Frog and Toad

Frog and Toad Altar
Celeste Joy Greer-Walker

The frog/toad is a multicultural, trans-historic image, symbol and biological entity which has been venerated and adored by a variety of societies since the Paleolithic. This Alter explores frog and toad imagery as symbols of birth, death, sexuality, and transformation, throw the representation of frogs, toads, there sacred toadstools/mushrooms and there pond.
Because of the fragile biology of amphibians they are dramatically affected by subtle changes in their environment, and there are numerous reason for the world wide extinct that frogs and toads are now facing.

SAVE THE FROGS! is America’s first and only public charity dedicated to protecting amphibians. Please become an Official Member at

  • 2014 Intention

    With the help of Ancestors, Descendants, and the great powers of Nature, we weave Magic and Action to save our Home!

  • Admission

    This ritual is Bay Area Reclaiming’s largest fundraiser for the year, and supports many of our other activities, courses, ritual, and resources.

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  • When and where

    755 Stanyan Street
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    Doors open at 6 PM for Altar viewing, Prelude music, and Listening Meditation of the Reading of the Names of the Beloved Dead.
    Ritual begins at 7:30 PM

    Apologies: Bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible.

  • Photography on this site

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    Richard Man, ImageCraft

    Michael Rauner Photography

    Michael Starkman Photography