Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism
The world of voodoo is a universe populated with sacred gods, spirit possessions, and natural grace. Despite media portrayals of zombies and wild abandon, the religion is actually a complex system of nature-inspired belief. This class will answer your questions, and introduce you to the voodoo gods of fire, love, lightning, and more.
Art and Altars of Africa and Beyond
This class will explore the traditional religious art and altars of Africa and the Afro-diasporan world. Many different artists will be profiled and explored. We will also discuss instructions for setting up your own altars for love, money, peace, healing and more.
Warrior Goddesses and Queens of Africa
This class provides an exciting look at both the ancient and modern warrior queens, priestesses and goddesses of Africa. Discover the real Amazons and Zulu queens that grace Africa’s exciting history.
Spiritual Lessons from the Sci-Fi Universe
What does Worf from Star Trek have to do with Africa’s Ogun? What do little green men have to do with Sirius and Amazonian shamanism? How can the pitfalls to your destiny be found in the Twilight Zone? For the answers to these questions and more please tune in to this class.
Cast in Silver: Witchcraft and Spirituality in the Cinema
Just when you thought you had seen it all —
- From Wicker Man to Coffin Joe to Divine Horseman and Buffy - The Vampyre Slayer , this workshop will explore both traditional and non-traditional forms of spirituality on screen. We will discuss themes such as spectatorship and media hype, while trying to find solutions for more adequate representation. This class is for the movie buff, and media minded pagan alike.
Foods of Love
Magickal recipes for love have been utilized throughout the ages in every different spiritual tradition. What are the magickal benefits to adding cinnamon or vanilla to a recipe? This workshop explores the lore and practice of creating foods of love.
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