Animal Tails Mundane & Magickal – Oberon and Morning Glory lived their 40 years together in the midst of a veritable zoo of animals, wild and domestic, mundane and magickal. They worked with Wildlife Rescue and Critter Care in wild animal rescue, rehabilitation, and release. In addition to the usual cats, they shared their lives and homes with giant snakes (boas, pythons), lizards (iguanas, tegus, geckos, bearded dragons), deer, a feral pig, several sweet possums (Participle, Raspberry, Able, Blossom), a great horned owl (Archimedes), a regal golden pheasant, adolescent green herons, liberated lab rats, Guinea pigs, weaselly ferrets, wascally wabbits, and most famously, authentic living Unicorns. Each of these were real characters, and Oberon will share some of their amusing stories. Presenter: Oberon Zell

Local Witchery: the Unique Magic of Where You Live – Whether urban, suburban, or rural wherever you live is full of spirits. Animist witches have the opportunity to get to know the bedrock beneath their feet, the water moving through their landscape, and the many creatures of leaf and feather, fur and exoskeleton, bark, and mycorrhiza who are part of their local community. From an individual plant spirit to the genus loci of a place, we’ll dig into practices and ideas for becoming the witch of wherever you are. Participants will leave with further resources and rituals for their journey into a deeply rooted sense of place and the power of hyperlocal witchery. Presenter: Christine Grace, M.Div., M.Ed.

Norse Paganism, An introduction – An introduction to Norse paganism, that will be spread among not only the path itself but of the Gods we venerate, as well as the multitudes of practice and the fight we endure on a daily basis. There will be information on what we do, and also a bit about the misinformation that is spread wildly among the community. Presenter: Stephen McCormack, Chieftain of the Copperhead Kindred of the TN Valley

Amulets, Charms, and Talismans – In this class, Papa Gee will teach you the difference between charms, amulets, and talismans and show you how to use them in your everyday life to bring romance, good luck, protection, wealth, and health. Learn how botanicals, gemstones, bones, coins, and the written word can transform into mighty symbols of power to wear or carry on your person. – Amulets, Charms, and Talismans: How do they differ? – Symbolic and numerical charms – Natural curios and artisan-crafted charms – Birthstones and astrological talismans – Enchanting talismanic jewelry – How to carry and wear your charms and amulets – Charms for luck, love, money, and gambling – Talismans of protection – Love charms and fascinators – How to decommission an unwanted talisman. Presenter: Papa Gee

Building the Astral Temple – What is an astral temple? How do you build one? Why is it important to build one? How do you use an astral temple once you build one? Presenter: Tish Owen

Becoming Pagan Famous – Elevate your presence in the Pagan community with our ‘Becoming Pagan Famous’ class. Learn networking, branding, and communication skills to connect, share, and thrive. Discover the keys to success in this empowering workshop for Pagan leaders, event organizers, and business owners. Unlock your potential and shine in the Pagan world. Presenter: Ed the Pagan

Paganism and the Media: Using Media to the Community’s Advantage – Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, TicTok, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest, Reddit, Tumblr, the platform formerly known as Twitter – there are so many ways to connect online that it can be overwhelming. Rev Don will draw on his 30 years of experience as a pioneer in Pagan media to guide you through the Labyrinth. Presenter: Rev Don Lewis

Journaling the Tarot to Awaken the Creative Spirit: This hands-on workshop invites all readers to learn about the benefits of tarot journaling, do journaling exercises, and create tarot journal pages. Please bring your tarot cards and tarot journal.

Class Outline:

  1. Introduction: Discussion of “Why is journaling such a valuable aspect of studying tarot?”
  2. Building a tarot journal: different ideas and methods.
  3. Exercise One: Learning more about a card.
  4. Exercise Two: Draw, write, or create a collage of a card that you currently resonate with.
  5. Exercise Three: Handouts in case there is time left.
    I will bring books, tarot cards, artistic items, and handouts to share with the class. Presenter: Kiki Dombrowski