Monday, September 18, 2017

Occulticon 2017

Oh what a glorious weekend we had! What better way to spend a weekend in the summer than at a magickal campsite!



This was the first year for a new Pagan Occult festival called Occulticon held at Mythwood Campgrounds in Ontario. It was a 3 day festival with classes on everything from Mediumship to Spiritual Alchemy. I was able to attend a few lectures but I was pretty busy the whole weekend! There was also Dragon Drummers and a bonfire Saturday night!




There were several amazing speakers that really know their craft including Ian Corrigan, Tiffany Laszic, and Tamarra James. Various types of pagan faiths were represented such as Wicca, Druidry, Thelema, Celtic, and Heathenry. A little something for everyone!



I was lucky enough to be one of the vendors this year. I took a large assortment of sweaters, capes, and other clothing items with me. It was a fun weekend of camping and exploring the Mythwood campgrounds!



















I was so blessed to be a part of this special event! I can't wait until next year!




6 comments:

  1. It looks really interesting and as though you had a good time. I do love that medieval dress your wearing. I assume thats one of your creations.

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  3. Wow! Your shop set up looks wonderful and the festival looks amazing!
    If you're looking for more pagan festivals, I hear that Spring Mysteries and Hacate's Sicle festival are really good too. The Aquarian Tabernacle Church (Seems like a strange name for a pagan group) puts them on every year. Amanda and I were going to go this year for our honeymoon but they are holding it on the weekend of our wedding. So, we'll shoot for next year.
    Anyway, they do have applications for vendors and while its in the Washington, it might be another opportunity for you to spread the word of your store and experience some new things. A couple of friends who have gone love it.

    Okay all that said, I forgot to mention how utterly lovely your festival looks. The photo with the God's eye hanging in the tree really caught my attention and exuded a sort of "come here and relax" sort of feel. I know that seems weird, but that's how it struck me, lol.

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