We are excited that the following presenters will be joining us at Mystic South Conference 2020. Be sure to register today so you can attend their presentations, workshops, and performances!
Each of these presenters brings their unique view of Southern Culture and Southern Magick to our conference. These headliners will offer presentations and performances throughout Mystic South.
Najah Lightfoot is a winner of the 2019 NYC Big Book Award. She is the author of “Good Juju ~ Mojos, Rites & Practices for the Magical Soul,” published by Llewellyn Worldwide Publishing.
She is an initiated member of La Source Ancienne Ounfo, a private Vodou society in New Orleans, Louisiana, a sister-priestess of the Divine Feminine, and an active member of the Denver Pagan Community. She keeps her magick strong through the practice of Kung Fu, the folk magick of Hoodoo, Pagan rituals and her belief in the Mysteries of the Universe. She finds inspiration in movies, music, and the blue skies of Colorado. Najah Lightfoot is also a regular contributing author to the Llewellyn Almanac series. Her articles appear in the Magical Almanac, Spell-A-Day, Witches’ Datebook, and Witches’ Companion.
Najah is a frequent guest on podcasts, as well as a frequent contributor to many online sites including, InStyle.com, VoyageDenver.com, and NewOrleansHealingCenter.org.
David Salisbury is a witch, activist, and Feri initiate based in Baltimore and DC. With a background in various styles of advocacy and organizing work, David is passionate about applying magical techniques to help make the world a better place to live in. He is the co-organizer of The Firefly House, the largest witchcraft organization in the DC area, the founder of Baltimore Traditional Witchcraft, and an officer for William Blake Lodge O.T.O. He is the author of several books including Witchcraft Activism.
Thorn Mooney is a Gardnerian priestess and covenleader working in the American South. The author of Traditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide–with new titles forthcoming–Thorn has been practicing witchcraft in one form or another since the nineties, which she maintains was the greatest decade for both music and magic. Thorn has worked professionally as a teacher, speaker, writer, and tarot reader, and is a dedicated student of the Western Mysteries. She holds a gradate degree in religious studies, practices Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA), and makes her living in academic publishing. Thorn writes Oathbound for Patheos Pagan and is also a columnist for Witches & Pagans Magazine. You can visit her blog at ThornTheWitch.com
Musical Guest: Tuatha Dea
Tuatha Dea: the Celtic, Tribal, Gypsy Rock Band (and family) from Gatlinburg TN has been called pure primal energy with a Celtic, World and ROCK twist. The band’s eclectic sound blends the tribal vibe of primitive drums with conventional and non conventional instruments to create a real evolutionary musical crossover that defies category and genre. The combined primal rhythms, melodic and ethereal ballads, with screaming guitar riffs and an underlying Appalachian/Celtic vibe delivers an authentic tribal and clannish feel that not only draws the audience into the music but into the moment as well.
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