A virtual conference on living as a Witch in today’s world. 

Join us for workshops featuring some of our most popular speakers

Raffle and Giveaways

Live Rituals and Q&As

Join us from anywhere in the world! 

October 15-16, 2022

Can’t join us on the day?  Don’t worry! Everything will be recorded and sent to you afterward!

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Conference Presenters

Keynote Speaker:
Ruth Connell

Of “Supernatural”

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Ruth Connell recently filmed Nandor Fodor and The Talking Mongoose with Simon Pegg and Minnie Driver, directed by Adam Segal. She begins shooting Dead Boy Detectives this September. Created by Steve Yockey (The Flight Attendant) and produced by Greg Berlantti with Neil Gaiman as EP, it will air on HBO Max early 2023. This follows on from a 6 season run on the CW show Supernatural where she started out as a guest star in her first USA TV show and went on to become fan favourite Rowena, Queen of Hell! In the UK Ruth built up a strong theatre profile playing lead roles in award winning productions like Goethe’s Faust (Royal Lyceum Edinburgh), Men Should Weep (UK No1 National Tour), No Mean City (Citizens Theatre Glasgow). She was nominated as “Best Actress” for her performance as a female Captain Hook in “Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers” at Noah Wylie’s The Blank Theatre in LA. Ruth can also be heard as the voice of Princess Merida for Disney/Pixar in several Brave recordings and Video Games.

Heather Agosta

Kickass Readings With Oracle Cards

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Kickass Readings With Oracle Cards

Do tarot cards hurt your brain? Do you love the tarot, but sometimes need clearer messages? Oracle cards are a fun, accessible and effective form of divination. In this workshop you will learn ways to use oracle cards, how to get the most out of your oracle card readings, and ways to combine them with tarot cards. We will also talk about creating your own oracle deck and how anyone can create their own powerful, personalized oracles.

Heather Agosta is the creator of the Opal Oracle Deck and a co-founder of Portland-based Jasmine Pearl Tea Company. She is a master tea blender, artist, business mentor and magical practitioner. Through her newest endeavor, Lovejoy Lightwork, Heather offers both transformational intuitive sessions for individuals and practical business mentoring for small businesses. When not making tea for her TWL witches, Heather can be found frolicking and foraging in the forests around her home.

Tahverlee Anglen

 Accessing Your Spirit Guides 

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Accessing Your Spirit Guides

Have you ever wondered who your Spirit Guides are and how to connect with them?  Then this is the workshop for you!  Tahverlee will lead you through an in-depth discussion on how your guides are working behind the scenes, how to differentiate between all your spirit allies and how to open the flow of communication between you and your spiritual support team. You are never alone on this path as a human and the spirit world is accessible with simple rituals and a deeply open heart to receive their guidance and wisdom.

Tahverlee Anglen walks with the blood of Athena in her veins, a conduit between the underworld and the cosmos, and she’s here to guide soul-level work. As a High Priestess, Ritualist, Initiate of the Sacred Way, and Eleusinian Rites, she works deeply with her ancestors and wise circle of guides. She bridges barriers to connect with spirits who have passed on, living with one foot in the otherworld and one foot firmly rooted in mother nature. She is a business expert and spiritual leader, a social impact entrepreneur, podcast host, and accomplished speaker – someone who pushes the edge of society’s assumptions, continually redefining what it means to be a warrior, woman, healer, and witch. Tahverlee holds space unconditionally as a fierce seeker of truth. She is both the Temple Keeper at the Moon Temple Mystery School and a student of life. She commingles light and darkness to cut through the bindings that limit our own beliefs. She is a trusted leader who puts us in touch with our most genuine self-expression and ignites spiritual growth.

Phoenix Coffin-Williams

Creation and applications of thought forms

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Creation and Application of Thought Forms

In this workshop, participants will learn about thought forms: how they can function, and a technique for creating and deploying them for personal reasons including money, love & peace of mind.

 

Phoenix Coffin-Williams is a licensed clinical mental health counselor in New York State, an Arch Priest in the Correllian Nativist Church, and enjoys combining magickal technique and clinical knowledge to aid in recovery, and wellness for all people.

Rossa Crean and Hilary Whitmore

Power and Magick in Music

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Power and Magick in Music

Since the beginning of time, music has been a pathway to Magick and Spirit. In this workshop, opera singers and performers Ros?a Crean and Hilary Whitmore will offer techniques on using music to enhance your Magickal ability. 

 

Multimedia artist Ros?a Crean (they/them) jokingly says they “create strange things that they like to appreciate when they are by themself, eating raw cookie dough in a dark closet,” but in truth, their music has been referred to as being “funny…and virtuosic” (Classic Concert Nova Scotia), having “exceptionally different, outstanding quality” (Download), and music that “stirs you deep, undertones of humanity” (Access Contemporary Music). As a person with synesthesia, Crean occasionally creates projects that focus on their own neurological responses between sound, color, and emotional states. Their chromesthesia was a creative tool in their 2019 American Prize winning opera, “The Great God Pan,” based on the novella by Arthur Machen. As an artist, Ros?a specializes in what they call “liminal abstract” works. Crean considers their chromesthesia as a tool that puts them in a liminal space between mind and body. Crean has done development work with MoMA, and has been a resident artist at Lakeside Inn in Lakeside, MI, Illinois State University, and Loyola University Museum of Art. Ros?a has been a practicing witch and healer for 25 years. They are an active Hekatean witch, occultist, ceremonial magician, and Reiki Master Teacher. Along with Isabelle Rizo, they co-facilitate the Chicago based Art Witch Coven, which gives professional artists, healers, and highly sensitive individuals a sacred space for radically conscious self expression.

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Hilary Whitmore (she/her) has been drawn to witchcraft since she was just a wee teen. She was raised in the Presbyterian church and attended catholic school, but both left her searching for something that felt more like more. Hilary has communicated with spirits for as long as she can remember. Both her mother and her grandmother were intuitives and she is grateful to have inherited that special skill, herself. Hilary began practicing witchcraft in her late 20s, a shift that changed her life in wonderful ways. Today she works with herbs, crystals, and candles. In addition to being a witch, Hilary is a trained opera singer and vocal instructor. She produces and performs ritual performance art that has taken her around the globe. After years in London and the Bay Area, she is happy to be back in the Pacific NW, living in the Woodstock neighborhood with her ridiculously cute dogs, Riley and Benny.

Storm Faerywolf

Crafting The Witch’s Name

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Crafting The Witch’s Name

The custom of taking a new name when entering the Craft is more than just a traditional gesture of devotion or allegiance. It is a spell, cast upon oneself, to help guide us into becoming the most powerful, creative, successful, and authentic witches we can be. These names are woven with threads of power, each providing an element of myth, magic, or memory, each used in their own way to bring about the desired result: the empowerment of the one who wears it. With Storm’s own personal journey of finding a magical name as a backdrop, we will discuss some basic concepts and customs of magical naming as well as go over various techniques to assist in choosing our own, or to further empower a name already in use. We will also experience a short guided trance to help listen for the secret name of our own god-soul.   

 

Storm Faerywolf is a published author, experienced teacher, visionary poet, and professional warlock. Drawn to the occult at an early age, he went on to be trained and initiated into various streams of witchcraft, most notably the Faery tradition, where he holds the Black Wand of a Master. He is chancellor of Modern Witch University, an online school offering spiritual and magical instruction, and a founding teacher of Black Rose, a course in practical folkloric witchcraft. He is also the founder of BlueRose, a lineage of the Faery tradition. His books include “Betwixt & Between”, “Forbidden Mysteries of Faery Witchcraft”, “The Witch’s Name”, and “The Satyr’s Kiss”. He makes his home in the San Francisco Bay area with his loving partners and a menagerie of animals and plants. For more about his work, or to book a private session, visit faerywolf.com.

Lisa Jade

Retrogrades: Let’s Get
Magickal!

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Retrogrades: Let’s Get Magickal!

Retrogrades are a reality of the universe, and witches work with the tides of energy that exist. In this workshop we will review how to work with Retrogrades and relax into the energies they offer. This workshop is offered in honour of Mercury, who gets a terrible rap for ruining everything!

Lisa Jade is an author, natal astrologer, witch, and psychic. She is a proud Black Nova Scotian who listens to the healing wisdom of her ancestors, and is an activist fighting racial injustice, indigenous sovereignty and water rights, and environmentalism. She is a volunteer and 4th degree initiate in the Temple of Witchcraft tradition, and a volunteer with the Covenant of Hekate. Her mission is to passionately pursue and share how to connect with, and live in the liminal. Lisa is a cohort member of the Sojourner Truth Leadership Circle, and is a contributing author in The New Aradia: A Witch’s Handbook to Magical Resistance edited by Laura Tempest Zakroff, and Intuitive Witchcraft by Astrea Taylor. She offers her services at www.livingtheliminal.ca.

Chaweon Koo  

Bewitched by K-Pop:
What Modern Witches Can Learn About Multicultural Spells and Ritual Magic from South Korean Pop Music Idol Groups

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Bewitched by K-pop: What Modern Witches Can Learn About Ritual Magic from South Korean Pop Music Idol Groups

This talk will analyze several popular K-pop performances through the lens of Western occult traditions, Chaos Magick, and Korean Shamanism.

 

Chaweon Koo writes at the intersection of the occult, futurism, and Korean culture

Orlagh Minxie Costello

Witchcraft with Brigid: The Power of Words

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Witchcraft with Brigid: The Power of Words

Brigid is famous all over the world, but her role as poet and the importance of words in magic in Ireland might not be so well known. This workshop explores the power of words in relation to Brigid and in Irish tradition, as well as practical exercises to develop this power whether in conjunction with Brigid or not!

Orlagh Minxie Costello  is an Irish Pagan Catholic, working most of the time with Irish Brigid, but sure the rest of the family drop in as they wish, as well. Orlagh works with energy, whether reiki, reflexology or her own Brigidine practices. This year, she is working through a series of rituals to mark the four fire festivals, Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lúnasa, as part of her commitment to Brigid to deepen her ritual practice. She has a strong interest in the Irish language, speaking it, using it, learning more of it and considers it a vital part of an Irish Pagan practice (or indeed any interest in getting to know Ireland in general!) She can be found at www.mybrigidsforge.com or in the Brigid’s Forge Facebook group.

Tomás Prower

Warrior Magic: Multicultural Spells and Mythology for Social Justice

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Warrior Magic: Multicultural Spells and Mythology for Social Justice

An intense, no-holds-barred multicultural journey into understanding the role of magic in warfare & revolutions around the world. A journey throughout history and mythology to learn how peoples have allied with spirits and the divine to defy their oppressors from spiritual traditions and cultures across the globe. A workshop designed to arm you with the knowledge and courage needed to build a better world and future.

Tomás Prower is a graduate of the University of California: Santa Barbara with degrees in Global Socioeconomics and Latin American Studies. With fluency in English, French, and Spanish, he has worked for the French Government as a cultural liaison throughout South America with extended assignments in Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, and the Amazon jungle. Since then, he has been the External Relations Director for the American Red Cross of Nevada, LGBT+ Programs Director for entertainment productions in Los Angeles, and a licensed mortuary professional in California and Nevada. Currently, Tomás resides in Palm Springs, California, as the Director of Communications for the LGBTQ+ Center of the Coachella Valley.

Papa Hector Salva

Espiritismo: Science of the Spirit

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Espiritismo: Science of the Spirit

Espiritismo is a tradition that has been slowly fading away. However, it contains necessary wisdom and knowledge for all witches. It is the very science of the Spirit and the Spiritual World. Understand the spiritual world in a whole different dimension and deepen your power during this class.

Papa Hector Salva is a Realized Mystic, Brujo and Priest of 21 Divisions Vodou Sanse Espiritismo. He has been helping people all over th world since 1989. He leads an international spiritual temple with students all over the world.

Courtney Weber

The Magick of Journaling

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The Magick of Journaling

Many Magickal instructions suggest taking notes in a journal, journaling your Magickal experiences, writing down manifestations and spells….but what makes journaling truly Magickal? Through a series of prompts, you’ll develop new inspirational tools for going deeper in your journaling as a way to strengthen your Magick.

 

Courtney Weber is a Witch, author, Tarot adviser, and activist. She is the author of Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess, Tarot for One: The Art of Reading for Yourself,  The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might, and Hekate: Goddess of Witches. She is a co-host of That Witch Life podcast. She is a co-host of “That Witch Life Podcast.” Courtney has been featured in Maxim, Huffington Post, Vice, and the Thom Hartmann Show. IG and TikTok: @courtneyaweber Twitter: @thecocowitch Visit her online at www.courtneyaweber.com.

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* Access to both days of live Con

**Workshop Recordings for 30 days after conference

 

All times are in Pacific Daylight Time

Conference Schedule

Saturday, 10/15

8:30-9:00 a.m. Music and chat with other guests!

9:00-9:15 a.m. Welcome with the TWL Hosts! 

9:15-10:30 a.m. Witchcraft With Brigid: The Power of Words with Orlagh Minxie Costello

10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Creation And Applications of Thought Forms  with Phoenix Coffin-Williams

12:15-1:30 p.m. Accessing Your Spirit Guides with Tahverlee Anglen

1:30-2:15 p.m. Break

2:15-3:30 p.m. Espiritismo: Science of the Spirit with Papa Hector Salva 

3:45-5:00 p.m. Power and Magick in Music with Rossa Creon and Hilary Whitmore

5:15-6:30 p.m. Bewitched by K-Pop with Chaweon Koo

6:30-7:00 p.m. Ritual with TWL Hosts

Sunday, 10/16

8:30-9:00 a.m. Music and chat with other guests!

9:00-9:15 a.m Welcome with the TWL Hosts

9:15-10:30 a.m. Retrogrades: Let’s Get Magickal with Lisa Jade

10:45-11:45 a.m. The Magick of Journaling with Courtney Weber

12:00-1:30 p.m. Live Q&A with TWL Hosts and Ruth Connell

1:30-2:30 p.m. Break

2:30-3:45 p.m. Finding Your Witch’s Name with Storm Faerywolf

4:00-5:15 p.m. Warrior Magic: Multicultural Spells and Mythology for Social Justice with Tomás Prower

5:30-6:45 p.m. Kickass Readings With Oracle Cards with Heather Agosta

6:45-7:00 p.m. TWL Closing Ritual

All times are in Pacific Daylight Time

All times are in Pacific Daylight Time

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