Dear all, this year’s PF-London conference has the theme of `Sacred Journey’.. and is taking place tomorrow (27th June 2015) from 10am till 10pm in London (Leystonstone area). There are many and varied talks, workshops, festivities and such scheduled for this. I will be attending, and hope to post a review/ photos afterwards.
I’ll also be giving a talk. Here’s the blurb/ info 🙂
Hindu-Magic. Mani Navasothy – Hindu & Wiccan High Priest – briefly talks about how both religions have woven together in his life, touch on the mysteries of Shivarathree & Navarathree, and shares his blend of Hindu-magical practises that you can use.
Some older attendees may remember, that I used to hold the position of `Events Organiser’ for PF London for some 7+ years and ran open rituals, annual Gaia Conventions (see link below)) and Masked Balls etc.. I stepped down back in May 2012, to pursue my own esoteric ventures (Publishing books, Gaian Times e-Magazine, Wicca & Witchcraft events etc).
Here’s the official Flyer for the event & Schedules of talks etc
The conference will be held on Saturday, June 27th at The Leytonstone Business & Enterprise Specialist School
Doors open at 10.00 am.
An all day conference hosted by The Pagan Federation London, featuring talks and workshops from 16 renowned speakers, live music, esoteric market, The Goddess Temple of London, food & bar, prizes to be won, and much more!
Featuring talks and workshops on Wicca, Tarot, Paganism & Hinduism, Pagan history, Magic, Sacred Places, Hoodoo, Storytelling, Deities, Pagan Britain, Scrying, ReWilding and a selection of talks exploring this year’s conference theme of “sacred journey”.
Philip Carr-Gomm, Ashley Mortimer, Geraldine Beskin, Peter Knight,
King Arthur Pendragon, Caroline Wise, Mani Navasothy, Jacqueline Woodward-Smith, Richard Levy, Jamie Alexxander, John Callow, Michelle Hawcroft, Abbie Palache, Jason Drew and more!
Our keynote speaker will be Mike Stygal, president of The Pagan Federation.
The Goddess Temple of London will be at the conference. They will be erecting a temple space for people to use through out the day, for private meditation, contemplation and honoring.
Visit the Family Corner – step outside away from the hubbub to meet other pagan families, and try your hand at some Summer Solstice crafts 10am-1pm.
Standard Tickets: £10 PF Members, £12 General Public
Tickets on the Door: £12 PF Members, £14 General Public
*Under 16’s get in free*