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2017 Lectures:

Corinne Boyer

2017 Key Note Lecture: The Witch’s Basket – Traditional Plant Ways of the Wise

Traditional magic and plant material were commonly threaded together throughout history, and in many cases inseparable in their applications. The healer of the olden time had a cache of charms, spells and receipts, written or remembered, many of which utilized plants in combination with animal parts and minerals, for the materia magica of the Working at hand.

Those receipts that were captured from the written or oral body of folk lore contain not only formulae and power, but serve to allow us into the methodology of the time and place when they were part of a living tradition, part of an enchanted world view. In modern herbalism, there are few, if any, examples in practice, in regards to the use of folk magic as an essential element of not only a healing cure or treatment, but also in regards to divination work, and protection magic. In the current world view of medicine and healing work in North America, the considerations of such things as the Evil Eye, or the Scandinavian troll-shot, are all but forgotten. In an age of instant media and information, the use of divinatory tools has become an entertaining party game, at best.

Plants are valued more often than not, for their physical and chemical components, rather than for the inherent powers that they have to assist in the unseen. However, it is my belief that the intersection, and inclusion of plant material within a historical magical framework calls for a closer inspection of its working parts, in some cases, in order to trace the influence of that enchanted world and find its numen.

In this lecture, a collection of traditional folk ways containing plants compiled from Northern and Western European sources will be explored, and patterns will be revealed. Time will be spent putting these obsolete magical methods into context. The framework will act to emphasis the presence of spirit power, when applicable. Examples will be chosen based on their obscurity, as well as by what they reveal about traditional plant magic use. Personal applications and suggestions for the integration and utilization of material will be given as well.

Biography
Corinne Boyer is a folk herbalist, teacher, and writer with a passion for traditions surrounding plants and folk magic. She has been studying and working with plants since 1998. Corinne has taught community herb classes since 2005 and teaches weekly classes out of her home with a focus on wild crafting, medicine making, plant lore, folk medicine and magic. She distributes an eight-page paper newsletter about plant lore to her local community, since 2012, called The Gathering Basket. She is most inspired by the ‘old ways’ of the village rustic, which included not only physical medicine but also magical medicine and a deep connection to the spirit world. She lives with her family in the forest of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Visit her website for more information.

Becky Beyer

Lecture: Roots in Appalachia

Appalachia has a rich history of folk magic practices based in the plant world. Focusing on the roots of May Apple, Poke, Sassafras, Adam and Eve root and more, we’ll examine how their folk medicinal and magical uses emerged and continue on in our dark hollers.

Biography
Becky Beyer is a farmer, woodcarver, herbalist, witch, and illustrator from Asheville, NC. She holds a B.S. in Plant and Soil Science from the University of Vermont and has been learning and teaching in the Primitive Skills community for the last 5 years. She currently teaches at Appalachian State University in Western North Carolina. Her passions include natural horsemanship, organic gardening with heirloom vegetables, botanical illustration and writing her blog: Blood and Spicebush. She is currently working towards a PhD in Ethnobotany and creating a reference book on the folk use of medicinal plants in the Southern Appalachians and in designing a course on Traditional Witchcraft from historical perspectives.

Cody Dickerson

Lecture: Symphonica – Black Henbane and the Choirs of the Dead

In his presentation, Cody will be discussing some of the more dynamic, haunting and compelling peculiarities of Hyoscyamus Niger, or Black Henbane. It’s folkloric, pharmaceutical, and sacramental legacy iscody-dickerson vast, and spans several continents. Henbane’s role in ritual and ancient religion as not only a sacred intoxicant, but as a conduit between the realm of the dead and the living, is often unsung. It is his hope in this presentation to allow this plant a platform from which its story may be told and its offerings once again revered; a plant still today deserving of the reverence and adoration it once held in the ancient world. In addition to its being a deliriant, sedative, aphrodisiac, xerostomic, analgesic and mild euphoriant, it is also a beacon and sacrament unto the shades of the Dead.

Based on over a decade of experience in cultivating, spreading, processing, wild crafting, and consuming this maligned yet comely biennial, he has come to recognize a very distinct and beautiful quality that will not be found in any other plant, even among those in the same genus. Its connection to the reservoir of ancestral power is matchless, though the path is often terrifying and, potentially, fatal. There exists tremendous promise for personal empowerment and illumination shrouded beyond the dread Henbane invokes. One is returned to a place of innocence and receptivity, allowing the guiding hands of the Dead to instruct and enlighten; with proper guidance one may be led to sup at the very Table of the Gods

Biography
Cody Dickerson is a writer and student of the Germanic mysteries, British cunning-folk magic, and is an initiated Braucher, or Powwow practitioner. A blacksmith by trade and a gardener by avocation, he also studies the rural folk magic and traditions of North America, Europe and Mexico. Some of his research work in these areas has recently been published with Three Hands Press. He currently resides in the northwest, and has been working intimately with trees and plants for almost two decades, with a deep focus on the Solanum genus. During this time he has distilled a body of insight and experience with many of these umbrageous plants, in an attempt to understand their traditional role in religious and ceremonial use.

Demetrius Lacroix

Lecture: Putting the Root back in Root Working

High John, Low John, and Chewing John , the three sacred John roots are powerful, and hugely understated. Within the cultural fabric and practice of Conjure, Hoodoo, or American Folk Magic it is not uncommon to hear a practitioner to call them selves a “Root worker”, though this title can suggest many meanings, the obvious can not be ignored, the power of roots is valued as a powerful talisman of spiritual medicine.

No root stays so singularly recognized across the vast tapestry of American Folk Magic culture as the Three sacred johns roots. these roots serve as a points of power to draw luck and skill, romance and desire, and to be a solvent for the insoluble. Thre is also not a folk story in American Herbal lore that is so unexamined and draped in mystery as to the origin and power of High John the Conquer. The sacred “John” Roots , High John the conquer (Ipomoea jalapa) ,Chewing John (Alpinia galangal) and Low John (Trillium grandiflorum) share in a diverse background but can emanate the same spiritual force and memory of spiritual themes found in African Tradition like the trickster spirit, and regal memory of kingship and liberation. This lecture covers the lore, and history and folkloric use of these roots, the story of High John the Conquer, and possible connections to African religious beliefs.

Biography
Demetrius has dedicated his life to the study of the occult, spirituality and religion of traditional societies in the ancient and modern world. Having studied many forms of traditional belief. From his own upbringing, and later initiation into Haitian Vodou, Brazilian Quimbanda and Santaria. Lacroix comes from a multicultural background, offering a worldview shaped by his immersion into misunderstood and vilified cultures. Lacroix seeks to present the underrepresented “occult” in an understandable and edifying way. Joseph is a professional spiritual counselor and adviser in Salem Massachusetts.

Eric Purdue

Lecture: Agrippa’s Occult Properties of Plants

In Henry Cornelius Agrippa’s book “Three Books of Occult Philosophy”, he describes, among other things, the occult properties and uses of plants and botanicals. This lecture will discuss Agrippa’s theories on plants, and bring
together relevant ideas scattered throughout the book. We will also have a brief discussion on Agrippa’s famous planetary incense recipes.

Biography
Eric Purdue lives in Seattle, Washington and is a practitioner of medieval astrology and a santero. He has studied metaphysics for over twenty-five years, with a particular focus on practical planetary magic and the cunning folk tradition. His work on traditional talismanic magic has appeared in The Ascendant and the 2016 issue of Auspices, published by Three Hands Press.

Jason Scott

Lecture: AlcheMycology: Seeing and Working with Natures Alchemists

Mushrooms are some of the most profound and influential beings in Nature, transmuting dead and decaying material into food and nutrients for the foundation of life in many eco-systems. In this sense they are the Alchemistas of nature from the micro to the macro, fulfilling a unique and divine niche that is often under-recognized or overlooked. We will explore the role of fungi in environment and culture to glean what lessons can be learned from this unique Queendom in relating to the land, each other, and the spirit. Using the frame work of the Alchemical Principles and Processes we will understand the application of Fungi in the ancient art of Alchemy..

Biography
Jason Scott is an amateur Mycologist, Ethnobotanist and Spagyricist who has studied traditional Hermetic Alchemy, from history and philosophy to practice for the past 5 years. He has a background in Ethnobotany and Plant Medicine that started on the Big Island of Hawaii, and has carried back with him into his home: the Pacific North West. Born and raised in Oregon, Jason has an intrinsic interest in the fungal Queendom and all of its aspects: from cultivation to mycoremediation, to historical and cultural relationships. He is on an ever-deepening journey of education to understand the practical applications of his interests, and the golden threads that connect them.

Jason is the curator of Alchemycology.com and his introductory piece on the subject is featured in the new book by Peter McCoy (released Feb. 2016): Radical Mycology: A Treatise On Seeing and Working With Fungi. The Myco-Astrological (Planetary Correspondence to Mushrooms) chart that was featured in that book was also featured in Robert Rogers newest contribution to the fungal library: Mushroom Essences. He also runs Feral Fungi LLC out of Southern Oregon where he offers a number of services from freshly grown mushrooms, classes, spagyrics and herbal/fungal consultations.

Jesse Hathaway Diaz

Lecture: Ko si ewe, Ko si orisa: Without plants, there are no gods

Among the Yoruba of Nigeria and their spiritual descendants in the New World, the herbalist orisha (deity) Osanyin is one of the most important spirits; it is his grace and power that allows priests to heal and bring the gods to form. Yet as prevalent as the unique grace of this spirit is, he remains one of the more elusive orisha and his priests are few and rare. He is a tester of character, demands strict codes of conduct and ardent study. It is his priests who utilize the children of the Forest- the leaves, woods, dirts, minerals, animals and more- fixing their combined ashé (power) to charms and medicine bundles. It is he who is invoked to make omiero (ritual herbal waters) that bring divine power to the physical objects of the orisha religion. These charms and rituals can be deceptively simple, to mind bogglingly complex. This lecture will give an overview of the orisha Osanyin, those spirits around him, and show examples of the manifestations of his power in the fruits of his ashé: charms, medicine bundles and the ritual waters that give birth to the gods themselves..

Biography
Jesse Hathaway Diaz is a folklorist, diviner, artist and performer living in New York City. With initiations in several forms of witchcraft from both Europe and the Americas, he is also a lifelong student of Mexican Curanderismo, an initiated olosha in the Lucumí orisha tradition, and a Tatá Quimbanda. He is half of www.wolf-and-goat.com, a store specializing in occult art, esoterica and materia magica from many traditions including Traditional Craft and Quimbanda.

Jeremy Bechelli

Lecture: Disease Transference: Plants as scapegoats in folk medicine

The threat of human and animal diseases penetrates every culture throughout history and is no less relevant injeremy-bechelli modern times. Before the advent of contemporary medicine, everyday maladies such as warts, headaches, ringworm and rheumatism were commonplace medical complaints and were treated as part of the normal course of life. Interestingly, life-threatening conditions like asthma, tumors and sepsis were treated in much the same way. Treatment options often included herbal medicines, rudimentary surgical procedures and religious practices such as magically transferring diseases into otherwise healthy people, animals or plants. These curative folk medicine practices fall under the larger umbrella of folk magic and provide the focus for my analysis. The practice of magical transference of disease into plants occurs around the world with this analysis concentrating on American and English folk medicine practices. In addition, the varied styles of ritual disease transmission including passing through, plugging, charming and measuring will be addressed to better understand the often-overlooked compendium of magical healing and esoteric botany.

Biography
Jeremy Bechelli received his Ph.D. in infectious disease pathology from the University of Texas Medical Branch and his M.S. in microbiology from the University of Rochester. Jeremy is currently an Assistant Professor of Biology and is a long-time student of European folk magic. Jeremy has a particular interest in occult herbalism, folk medicine and traditional witch-lore and practices. Jeremy is also the owner of Phytognosis, a company that specializes in handmade incense as well as rare and unique plant resins, woods, roots and leaves for ritual practices.

Robert Bartlett

Lecture: Humoral Medicine and Spagyric Anatomy

The topic of this presentation, Humoral Medicine and Spagyric Anatomy, is a progress report about an on-going laboratory research project investigating the Elemental and Humoral constitution of materials (mainly plants) as given by classical sources. So for example when the Roman physician Galen or the renaissance herbalist Nicholas Culpepper say that Hemlock is an herb which is Cold in the 4th degree and Dry in the 3rd degree, we may have a method of confirming such a classification or of producing a classification if one does not exist.

The methodology employs modern thermo-gravimetric analysis combined with the classical “analysis by fire” or “Spagyric anatomy” as described by alchemists from at least the time of Jabir ibn Hayyan (circa 800 CE) and the center of a great debate in the 17th century.

The presentation will include a short examination of the development of elemental theory as applied to medicine and an introduction to the four humors or humoral medicine practiced for over a thousand years, and indeed still practiced in parts of the world.

The laboratory methods are fully explained with many graphic examples and comparisons between materials and the methods of data reduction to arrive at a final classification for a material.

Future possibilities are discussed and include the possibility of confirming classical designations for medicinal herbs and the development of a new method of designation based on the phytochemistry of the specific plant materials.

Biography
Robert A Bartlett is a world renowned lecturer and author on Practical Alchemy. Long term student of Frater Albertus and the PRS and Headmaster of Spagyricus School of Alchemy in NW Washington. He is also a Chemist and was Cheif Chemist at Paralab and appointed Directorb of Research there by Frater,(Dr Albert Reidel).

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2017 Workshops:

Corinne Boyer

Workshop: A Box of Rustic Charms

In this hands on workshop, you will learn the basic elements of folk magical practice and the ways in which to integrate plants into the different aspects of this unsophisticated yet powerful age old magical system. The use of local and seasonal plants in ones area will be emphasized. Many examples of rustic handmade charms and Workings will be presented and explained, and our time together will conclude with the making of a traditional charm, as a group. Materials and handouts provided.

Biography
Corinne Boyer is a folk herbalist, teacher, and writer with a passion for traditions surrounding plants and folk magic. She has been studying and working with plants since 1998. Corinne has taught community herb classes since 2005 and teaches weekly classes out of her home with a focus on wild crafting, medicine making, plant lore, folk medicine and magic. She distributes an eight-page paper newsletter about plant lore to her local community, since 2012, called The Gathering Basket. She is most inspired by the ‘old ways’ of the village rustic, which included not only physical medicine but also magical medicine and a deep connection to the spirit world. She lives with her family in the forest of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Visit her website for more information.

Becky Beyer

Workshop:The Roots of Appalachian Folk Magic: Talismans

Create and experience a variety of root medicines, charms and spell materials from the heart of Appalachia. Though we will focus on Appalachian folklore, folk magic and ethnobotany, these roots can be found beyond the Appalachian Mountain chain.

Biography
Becky Beyer is a farmer, woodcarver, herbalist, witch, and illustrator from Asheville, NC. She holds a B.S. in Plant and Soil Science from the University of Vermont and has been learning and teaching in the Primitive Skills community for the last 5 years. She currently teaches at Appalachian State University in Western North Carolina. Her passions include natural horsemanship, organic gardening with heirloom vegetables, botanical illustration and writing her blog: Blood and Spicebush. She is currently working towards a PhD in Ethnobotany and creating a reference book on the folk use of medicinal plants in the Southern Appalachians and in designing a course on Traditional Witchcraft from historical perspectives.

Cody Dickerson

Workshop: The Devil’s Eye: An introduction to working with black henbane

In this workshop, Cody will be extensively treating the broad spectrum of methods and techniques one can employ when working with black henbane. From cultivation and husbandry, to the creation of fetishes, and divers means of preparation and devotion, participants will be afforded the opportunity to engage with the plant in an intimate way, advantageous to both plant and practitioner. Materials for the workshop will be provided. Exculpatory clause required.

Biography
Cody Dickerson is a writer and student of the Germanic mysteries, British cunning-folk magic, and is an initiated Braucher, or Powwow practitioner. A blacksmith by trade and a gardener by avocation, he also studies the rural folk magic and traditions of North America, Europe and Mexico. Some of his research work in these areas has recently been published with Three Hands Press. He currently resides in the northwest, and has been working intimately with trees and plants for almost two decades, with a deep focus on the Solanum genus. During this time he has distilled a body of insight and experience with many of these umbrageous plants, in an attempt to understand their traditional role in religious and ceremonial use.

Demetrius Lacroix

Workshop: Working the Root

Join Demetrius in a workshop and discussion that focuses on the activation, maintenance and use of a High John the Conquer Root in three forms, a Jack ball, Mojo hand, and as an activated spirit of good luck and fortune.

Biography
Demetrius has dedicated his life to the study of the occult, spirituality and religion of traditional societies in the ancient and modern world. Having studied many forms of traditional belief. From his own upbringing, and later initiation into Haitian Vodou, Brazilian Quimbanda and Santaria. Lacroix comes from a multicultural background, offering a worldview shaped by his immersion into misunderstood and vilified cultures. Lacroix seeks to present the underrepresented “occult” in an understandable and edifying way. Joseph is a professional spiritual counselor and adviser in Salem Massachusetts.

Eaglesong Evans Gardener

Workshop: Hawthorn: Recipes and Remedies

What is medicine? How do we engage health and well-being on our adventure/journey through life? How can we relate with plants for the enrichment of all? What is an oxymel anyway? What is meant when we say, “this preparation is stronger than that one”? Did you know there are over 2000 species of hawthorn at this latitude and everywhere the Gnarly Old Hag grows people revere her medicine! Come! Enjoy a world tour with Crataegus spp as our guide. Using all of your your senses and intelligences, you will deepen into the beloved/bedeviled hawthorn and she into you! Beware! Life begets Life!

Workshop: Plant Walk: Journey with Whitethorn

A guided herb walk through the grounds and gardens relating the local plants to history and place and culminating in a journey through the beautiful Hawthorn Labyrinth at the Retreat center.

Biography
EagleSong Evans Gardener is wise woman herbalist, pilgrim-adventurer, grandmother and earth keeper. In 1991, she founded RavenCroft Garden and the flumdiddley Culture Center in Monroe, WA, a resource center for living with earth. Recently, the spark of the Pacific Women’s Herbal Conference rekindled under EagleSong’s soft breathing…she tends the Sacred Spiral of the Pacific Wise Women online and through seasonal events.
EagleSong is a human being with 66 years practice. Most of her life, she asked herself in any given challenge or circumstance, “what would nature do?” It is an exploration into personal story and a template that has served her well through garden tending, child raising, fire storms, journeys to the underworld and other more common catastrophes.

Jason Scott

Workshop: Working with Myco-Astrological Correspondences

In this workshop we will explore the archetypal patterns expressed by the Planets and how they correspond to various beings from the Fungal Queendom. We will look at a handful of mushrooms with their qualities and properties from morphology to action within the body to determine the ruling planet or planets that best resonate with that mushroom. From there we will look at working with planetary correspondence and applying it to various processes in the lab when working with Fungal Spagyrics. We will work with simple application of working with the planetary day and hour and move into more specific elections for creating more potent or subtle medicines working with the fungal realm. We will also briefly explore an introduction to producing Mushroom Spagyric Tinctures and thoughts on ways to working with fungi to produce the Salt, Sulfur, and Mercury in order to make a full Spagyric Extract.

Biography
Jason Scott is an amateur Mycologist, Ethnobotanist and Spagyricist who has studied traditional Hermetic Alchemy, from history and philosophy to practice for the past 5 years. He has a background in Ethnobotany and Plant Medicine that started on the Big Island of Hawaii, and has carried back with him into his home: the Pacific North West. Born and raised in Oregon, Jason has an intrinsic interest in the fungal Queendom and all of its aspects: from cultivation to mycoremediation, to historical and cultural relationships. He is on an ever-deepening journey of education to understand the practical applications of his interests, and the golden threads that connect them.

Jason is the curator of Alchemycology.com and his introductory piece on the subject is featured in the new book by Peter McCoy (released Feb. 2016): Radical Mycology: A Treatise On Seeing and Working With Fungi. The Myco-Astrological (Planetary Correspondence to Mushrooms) chart that was featured in that book was also featured in Robert Rogers newest contribution to the fungal library: Mushroom Essences. He also runs Feral Fungi LLC out of Southern Oregon where he offers a number of services from freshly grown mushrooms, classes, spagyrics and herbal/fungal consultations.

Jesse Hathaway Diaz

Workshop: Ewé okún’má- Spiritual Baths in Lucumí

Working with plants in the Afro-Cuban tradition of Lucumi is a practice centered around a relationship with Osanyin, the spirit of leaves and herbal medicine, and his ‘children’. These leaves, woods, dirts, minerals, and animals of the forest manifest these myriad powers in the fruits of his ashé: charms, medicine bundles and the ritual waters and baths so important to the cult. It is said that Osanyin once owned all plants, all the secrets of the leaves were his. The other orishas grew jealous and conspired against him. It was the spirit of the wind that upturned the gourd he kept his medicines in, scattering all the leaves of creation to the ground. The other orisha rushed in and grabbed handfuls, taking leaves for their own. Each spirit thus came to ‘own’ different plants- plants that cool, plants that heat, plants that excite, plants that mourn, plants that conceal. Osanyin however, retained all his knowledge, despite now sharing his dominion over certain plants. This arsenal is vast and huge, and knowing which plants to pair with which, and how to prepare them to maximum benefit by tradition is what we’ll dive into. In addition to discussing and exploring these spirits through song and example, the workshop will make together traditional herbal baths for various purposes: love, money, peace, rebirth, etc., using fresh herbs and traditional methods of preparation and song. Ewé okún’má! Leaves keep us alive!

Biography
Jesse Hathaway Diaz is a folklorist, diviner, artist and performer living in New York City. With initiations in several forms of witchcraft from both Europe and the Americas, he is also a lifelong student of Mexican Curanderismo, an initiated olosha in the Lucumí orisha tradition, and a Tatá Quimbanda. He is half of www.wolf-and-goat.com, a store specializing in occult art, esoterica and materia magica from many traditions including Traditional Craft and Quimbanda.

Roberta Mackrill

Workshop: Plant & Stone Voices of the Ancients

In this workshop, you will hear the words, stories, and songs of the plant and stone people, partake of healing brews and medicines, and step into the wyrd of our world.

Biography
Roberta Mackrill is a medicine maker and Perfumado who walks the old path. For 47 years, she has been apprenticed to the plant and stone people and a group of faery whom she calls the wild folk. They have led her to years of work in the Amazon with the teacher plants of the grandmothers of the Shipibo tribe, who are the keepers of medicine songs of all the healing plants of the Amazon. She also works with the Aymara tribe of the Andes and the teacher plant, Grandmother Coca.

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2017 Performances:

Kith and Kin

Kith and Kin is a musical project created by Becky Beyer. She melds her magical practice, love of folklore, and lived life to create simple tunes that reach beyond her experience to make you laugh and cry. Becky has preformed in the Western North Carolina area for the past six years in the band The Twinklebees, and now, she’s on her own, ready to sing to you about sharks, witches and heartbreak. Follow this link find out more about Kith and Kin and take a listen to her recordings below.


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2017 Hosts:

Catamara Rosarium

Catamara Rosarium is a Master Herbalist, Ritual Artist, and botanical alchemist. She is the sole proprietor of Rosarium Blends, a business dedicated to concocting various alchemical and talismanic creations to enliven the senses. She is Administrator and Host to The Esoteric Book Conference, an annual international event held in Seattle, WA since 2008.

Her extensive herbal experience is motivated by a deep attraction to plants, scents, and how they impact the senses. She has undertaken numerous unique training programs, including the Hermit’s Grove Master Herbalism Program (Paul Beyerl), the Herbal Kingdom work at the Spagyrics Institute of Practical Alchemy (Robert Bartlett), Hoodoo and Rootwork (Catherine Yronwode), and the Arte of the Wortcunning Incense Tradition (Leon Reed). For the past seven years, Catamara has co-organised the Esoteric Book Conference, and is the founder and convenor of the Viridis Genii Symposium. She has previously appeared in Sorita D’Este’s Hekate anthology, Her Sacred Fires(2010) and Verdant Gnosis published by Rubedo Press.

Her continuous passions lie in esoteric arts, with an emphasis on cross diversification, working to cultivate networking and community based events wherein diverse belief systems and traditional practices may be shared and to offer deeper understanding and education through these communal experiences.

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Marcus McCoy

Marcus McCory is a student of plants since he was a child and holds a degree in Transpersonal Anthropology with a focus on the ethnobotany of magical plants. He is the progenitor of Bioregional Animism, and has published his works on the subject of plant teacher shamanry in Reality Sandwich. He studied with a South American Vegetalista for six years, which is where he started his focus on perfumerismo. He is now a professional perfumer and the proprietor of House of Orpheus, and enjoys a magical practice performing house clearings and cleansing. He lives in the forests of Olympia, Washington with his lovely partner in the cunning crafts, Catamara Rosarium.

House of Orpheus On EtsyVesta Home Clearing

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