Oberon Zell – Oberon Zell is a renowned Wizard and Elder in the global magickal community. In 1967 he was the first to claim the identity of “Pagan,” incorporating the first Pagan Church of All Worlds in 1968. Publishing Green Egg magazine for more than 50 years, he was instrumental in the coalescence of the modern Pagan movement. In 1970, he published the earliest version of “The Gaea Thesis.” In the 1980s, Oberon and his wife Morning Glory resurrected authentic living Unicorns. In 1990, they coined the term “polyamory,” thus launching another movement. Oberon creates altar figurines and jewelry and is the author of Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard and other books. His latest book is GaeaGenesis: Conception & Birth of the Living Earth Oberon is also the Founder and Headmaster of the online Grey School of Wizardry. Workshop – Animal Tales Mundane and Magickal

Christine Grace, M.Div., M.Ed. is the author of The Witch at the Forest’s Edge: Thirteen Keys to Modern Traditional Witchcraft. She is a founder, leader, and teacher of the Forest’s Edge Tradition of Witchcraft. She chats about witchery, parenting, and everyday magic with her magical partner on her long-running podcast, Betwixt and Between. Most of the time you can find her running wild in the hills and hollows of Middle Tennessee with her homeschooled witchlings. Workshop: Local Witchery: the unique magic of where you live

Stephen McCormack – Chieftain of the Copperhead Kindred of the TN Valley, I have been on my path for most of my adult life studying Norse paganism and Heathenry. An apprentice of the Volva Dohlstrom, I have devoted my life to my practice of Heathenry as well as the runes. I read and interpret the runes with the Dahlstrom method that was passed down from my Teacher as well as building my own method over the years. Along with spreading the teachings of Heathenry, I hope to build a community in the TN Valley of people who can come together and become one with the path. Workshop: Norse Paganism, An introduction.

Tish Owen – Tish Owen is a mother, daughter, grandmother, wife, business owner, witch, candle maker, brewer, sailor, Pagan church leader, festival organizer, psychic, and author. She was born and raised and still lives in Nashville, TN. It is the buckle of the so-called Bible Belt. Despite that, she owned a metaphysical shop for 25 years, offers readings and other services from her office, and runs the largest Pagan gathering in the southeast. She is a regular in the media, from print to magazines, to radio and television, and she admits to loving radio the best.

Her Pagan festival, Pagan Unity Festival has been running for 25 years and brings in Pagan celebrities to the South who have never been to the area before. The festival last four days, in the woods in the rolling hills of Tennessee. Workshop: Building The Astral Temple

Kiki Dombrowski is an active member of the magical community as a teacher, writer, and divination reader. Kiki has a successful writing career, being a long-time writer for Witch Way Magazine, a featured writer in Lisa Chamberlain’s annual datebook journals, and a co-author for Witch Way’s Book of 100 Love Spells. Her book A Curious Future is a well-loved, critically acclaimed collection of unique and unusual divination techniques. Her newest book Transformative Tarot is about approaching tarot for self-development and spiritual exploration. She has appeared as a guest on numerous popular podcasts, including the Witch Daily Show, Penny Royal Podcast, Conspirinormal, Pagan’s Witchy Corner, and 6 Degrees of John Keel. Kiki recently moved back to Nashville after living on an island just east of Savannah for the past two years. Workshop: Journaling the Tarot to Awaken the Creative Spirit

Rev Don Lewis – Rev. Don Lewis is the Co-Founder of Witch School, the world’s largest school of Magic and Metaphysics. Rev. Don Lewis is Retired First Priest of the Correllian Tradition, as well as an Arch Priest of Isis in the FOI and a Knight Commander in the Noble Order of Tara. Rev. Don is the author of the Correllian Degree Lessons, Great Women of Antiquity, and Rev. Don’s Super-Omnibus of Magickal Incantations and Invocations for All Occasions, among other works! Rev. Don is also Production Head of Magick TV and host of the daily show “Midday with Rev. Don.” Workshop: Paganism and the Media: Using Media to the Community’s Advantage

Ed Hubbard – also known as Ed the Pagan, is a multifaceted individual, a Futurist, Global Educator, and Technologist. He’s a Pagan Media Pioneer, Coffee Pusher, and Founder of Witch School. Currently, he serves as CEO of Pagan World, where his diverse expertise influences and inspires worldwide communities. Workshop: Becoming Pagan Famous

Papa Gee is the chosen magickal name for Gregory Lee White, the author of more than twelve books on folklore, folk magic, and crafting. He is an artist, tarot reader, aromatherapist, and rootworker, and teaches classes on American folk magic. He has been offering his magical and spiritual services for over 20 years. His 2012 book, “Making Soap from Scratch,” was an Amazon Bestseller in soap-making books for over 18 months. Some of his more recent books are “Casting Love Spells,” “Hex Appeal,” and “Fairy Lore and Myths.” Gregory and his husband own the popular metaphysical store aromaG’s Botanica, where they host the annual event, the Tennessee Folk Magic Festival. Workshop: Crafting a Book of Shadows