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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

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Saturday, February 16
 

11:00am

DIY for kids (four - forty!)
There will be stations for making a stone casting kit, a wand, a pendulum, a Tarot card or an Oracle card and we will have a story teller either reading a book or spinning a tale.

Speakers
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Luna Seabright Circle

Located in Santa Cruz, we are a teaching group of practicing witches holding sabbats and esbats wishing to engage and share with our community. All events open to respectful public. Should you wish to contact us, we are on Facebook.


Saturday February 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
San Jose

11:00am

THE Bull Gods of the Ancient east Mediterranean
A number of ancient Mediterranean peoples had Godforms with a bull aspect. The meaning of this appears obvious, but these Gods were a lot more complex simply strength or virility. Come learn about these ancient Faces of Gods. Q&A is welcome

Speakers
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EliSheva

Elisheva (aka Eli) is originally from the Northern Galilee. She served in her country's security forces, retired; ran an international company, retired and now is a spiritual mentor and consultant in private practice. She is Shophet ("elected leader") of Am HaAretz (aka AMHA) an Israeli... Read More →


Saturday February 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
San Juan
 
Monday, February 18
 

9:00am

The Horned Gods: A Global History
This workshop will explore the less-often examined incarnations of the Horned God throughout the world and throughout history. From the earliest representations of horned shamanic figures from the Paleolithic period, to the earliest Vedic representation of Shiva as Pasupati - "the Lord of the Animals"; to Pan, Dionysus, Cernunnos, and the Sabbatic Goat of more recent practice. These deities, and the practices associated with them, will be discussed and considered in a collective context.

Speakers
SB

Shea Bilé

Shea Bilé is a musician, author, occult lecturer, and podcast host. An occultist for most of his life, the subject serves as a key inspiration his work. His more notable artistic work comes to us through his most recent album, “Tzimtzum,” which combines spoken word lyricism with... Read More →


Monday February 18, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
San Juan

1:30pm

Strong Roots, Wide Branches: Living Polytheism
The old ways are returning. Slumbering gods reawaken, gaining strength and gathering followers. But many of the traditions themselves are incomplete. In addition to religious regard for deities, historically most polytheistic cultures also included ancestor veneration, life cycle rituals, personal ethics, group mores, ways of living on and with the land and its spirits, religious-based artistic expression, and ritual technologies to best do these things. Let’s discuss how we can build, unearth, rediscover, shape and create whole, integrated Polytheist paths.

Speakers
RD

River Devora

River Devora is a multi-trad spirit worker and clergyperson. She initiated as a community priestess with Waxing Muse Coven in 1996, initiated to Ochun in 2011, and carries oaths to the Matronae and a number of other deities and beings. She teaches a monthly class series on living... Read More →


Monday February 18, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Monterey