The Nameless Arte

The Nameless Arte

Aspects of Traditional Witchcraft in Britain

This will be an interesting conference for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the aspects of Traditional Witchcraft in England throughout the ages and is a must for all those who practice the craft. For both cunning folk and layman alike, we have a line up of some of the best authors and speakers on this topic around today in the UK.

Tickets can be purchased through Event Brite here. We are offering Early bird Tickets of £20 from 1st Jan:2017 until 1st March – Then tickets will be £25 until 1st June rising to full cost of £30, so get your tickets early to save money and guarantee a seat. Teas and Coffees will be available all day and we advise you to bring a packed lunch .There are cafes and shops nearby, as the venue is close to the town and accessible by car bus rail and near the local airport for those traveling from further away. The venue has all amenities and lifts with outside gardens and a small car park and off road parking.

Venue:
Balmoral Centre, Salisbury Ave, Westcliff On Sea, Essex, SS1 7AU


Speakers

Gemma Gary

Gemma Gary is a British ‘Old Craft’ initiate, an occultist, writer, artist, traditional ‘guise’ performer and a trustee of ‘Friends of the Boscastle Museum of Witchcraft’. Her written work explores witchcraft and folk magical traditions, often with a focus upon these traditions as found in Devonshire and Cornwall.


Andy Mercer

Andy is a writer, occultist and member of the Folklore Society. Also a native of Essex; Andrew has long been fascinated by the practice of folk magic in the UK and particularly its origins. Andy has had two books published to date. ‘Liber Coronzom’, which focuses on the work of Elizabethan magus John Dee and ‘Runen’ a study of Germanic Runes. His next work, for Three Hands Press, is a compendium of ‘Darker’ folklore spells and charms.


Michael Clarke

Michael is a modern day cunning man who has revived traditional folk magic techniques that were once prevalent in the agricultural communities set in the roots of his native East Anglia. He has given talks on Pagan and Occult subjects for many years and is one of the founders of the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Pagan Moot.


Richard Ward

Richard has had long a standing interest in the traditional folk magic of his native Essex. Richard has had articles published by the late Mike Howard’s Cauldron magazine and Pagan Dawn. He has also recently had his first book published, Echoes from the Primal Grimoire.

(Speakers may change if due to unforeseen circumstances )

Tickets non-refundable unless event cancelled. We look forward to seeing you at this amazing event, the first of its kind in Southend, Essex .Open public event.

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