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Join our huge and varied Pagan, Heathen, Wiccan, Reconstructionist, Indigenous, spiritual and magical groups in education and celebration February 2019 in San Jose, CA. More information can be found about the conference at www.pantheacon.com

The schedule is complete as of November 12, 2018 - changes/cancellations will be entered as often as possible. If you sync a personal schedule with your phone it will auto update the next time you open the application.

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Divination [clear filter]
Friday, February 15
 

1:30pm

Tarot, Divination, & Ethics
What are the ethical issues around being a responsible reader or seer? Facilitated discussion will be informed by participant engagement. Possible topics: what to speak and when to stay silent; 'the future' and notions of fixed destiny; divination & cultural appropriation; free will and dependence on visionary powers; wielding one's power responsibly; divination & capitalism; human future(s) in western vs indigenous worldviews. Envisioning a lively discussion exploring diverse perspectives.

Speakers
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Laura Perlin

Laura Perlin is a Tarot card reader, holistic health practitioner, and ritualist. She works especially with crossroads navigation, chronic & mysterious challenges, and ancestral lineage repair. Her approach to healing work is rooted in anti-oppression practice & animist sensibilities... Read More →


Friday February 15, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Santa Clara
 
Saturday, February 16
 

11:00am

Tarot: A Spread For Walking In Beauty
Inspired by the Navajo tradition of walking in beauty, this spread may seem at first like putting a positive spin on every card, or just cheering when you get the "good" cards. Instead, it calls on us to look deeply into the beauty of all experience, whether joyous or painful.

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Rachel Pollack

Rachel Pollack is the author of 34 books of fiction and non-fiction, including three award winners. Her book 78 Degrees of Wisdom, continuously in print since 1980 (and recently #4 on Amazon's tarot best seller list) is described around the world as "the Bible of tarot readers." Rachel... Read More →


Saturday February 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Carmel/ Monterey

1:30pm

Apres Le Deluge - Tarot as Reclamation
In troubled times we turn to divination for guidance and direction. In fact, the Tarot was born of troubled times as a way to help negotiate them. Blending the old, the new, and our own unique perspectives we will look at Tarot as a personal - and perhaps political - reclamation tool. All levels of interest and enthusiasm are invited.

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Thalassa

Thalassa has been working with the Tarot, divination and the arts magickal for nearly 50 years. She is the producer of the San Francisco Bay Area Tarot Symposium (SF BATS), founder of Daughters of Divination, and publisher of The Flying Squirrel (an admittedly intermittent publication... Read More →


Saturday February 16, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Carmel/ Monterey
 
Sunday, February 17
 

11:00am

The Life and Work of Pamela Colman Smith
Pixie Smith (1878-1951), the artist of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck, produced far more than that. I am one of the authors of the "Untold Story" depicting her life and works, recently published by U.S.Games. Through a slide presentation I show the exciting discoveries we made in our research over the past several years. We'll also discuss the current controversies regarding her race and sexual orientation.

Speakers
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Mary Greer

Mary K. Greer specializes in using Tarot and Lenormand cards for guidance, personal insight and transformation. With 50 years experience in Tarot, she is the author of eleven books including Tarot for Your Self, Who Are You in the Tarot, and the biography, Women of the Golden Dawn... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Carmel/ Monterey