Schedule of all pilgrimages worldwide

We warmly invite you to join us for a wonderful experience on one or more of these pilgrimages, during which we will send healing energy to the world using mantra and the potent mystic prayer practice of The Twelve Blessings.

UK & European Pilgrimages  2024

Holdstone Down, Devon 
Saturday, July 27 | 12 noon at the top of the mountain

Yes Tor, Devon
Saturday, August 24

Creag an Leth-choin, Scotland 
Saturday, August 24

Ben Macdui, Scotland
Sunday, August 25
Although Ben Macdui is not one of the mountains charged in Operation Starlight, it is a retreat of the Spiritual Hierarchy of Earth that is closely connected with Creag an Leth-choin.

Brown Willy, Cornwall
Saturday, November 23

Please contact the European Headquarters for details.

US Pilgrimages 2024

Mount Baldy, Southern California
Saturday, July 13
Saturday, August 17
Saturday, September 21

Please contact the American Headquarters for details.

Mount Tallac, Lake Tahoe, Northern California
Saturday, September 21

Please contact the American Headquarters for details.

Australian Pilgrimage 2024

Mount Kosciuszko and Mount Ramshead, New South Wales
March 1 – 4, 2024

Please contact the Brisbane Group for details.

New Zealand Pilgrimage 2025

Mount Wakefield
March 8 – 9, 2025

Please contact the New Zealand Branch for details.



Mountains are potentially very dangerous places. We recommend that if you have a long distance to travel, you arrive the day prior to a pilgrimage at suitable local accommodation so as to have a good night’s rest before climbing the mountain on the following day. We strongly suggest having a good breakfast and drinking plenty of fluids before climbing. You should be well prepared for sudden changes in the weather – wear mountain boots, and carry both warm and waterproof clothing. Suitable headgear, sunblock, energy bars and water are all basic essentials but requirements will vary depending on the mountain and weather conditions. Always make sure you inform someone of your plans and the time you are expecting to return.

You should not attempt a mountain climb that exceeds your level of fitness or health. If you are unable to climb to the charged spot on a particular mountain you can still do a tremendous amount of good from whatever point you reach.

All pilgrims should inform us in advance which holy mountain(s) they plan to climb. Please note that all pilgrims take part in these pilgrimages at their own risk.

The Aetherius Society does not charge for participation in any of these pilgrimages, but donations are greatly appreciated to help cover the costs of organizing these very special events.

Recommended reading

The Holy Mountains of the World

By Edited by Charles Abrahamson