Get ready….. Get set…..

Many Gods West, the polytheist conference Rhyd Wildermuth, P Sufenas Virius Lupus, and I have been working on will open for registration on Sunday, February 1! Our keynote speaker is Morpheus Ravenna, she of the Coru Cathubodua. We are still seeking submissions for presentations, panels, lectures, rituals, and the like.

The conference will be in Olympia, WA, conveniently located between Seattle and Portland, Jul 31- Aug 2. We’re going to have fun. I hope you’ll join us!

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  • Jay

    Can’t wait! =D

  • July 31 is a blue moon and we have two Wiccanings that day. Maybe next year, but if you send be a flyer to http://www.spokanepagans.com, I’ll be sure to promote the event on this side of the Cascades. Just use the contact us page.

    • Auspicious! And thank you. We don’t have a flyer, per se, but I’ll check out that site and send what relevant information I can!

  • It’s unlikely that I’ll be able to attend (because I’m already going to the Parliament of World Religions and they opened first and I have, thus, spent a great deal of my discretionary travel money), but if there’s anyway to help others attend please let us know.

    I know for the Polytheist Leadership Conference there were a few crowd funding campaigns to help people afford the trip. I’d be happy to assist in that capacity if the budget allows, for example.

    And, who knows. Our tax return is a little larger than usual this year …..

    • Thank you!! That is awfully kind of you. So far, I haven’t seen or heard of anyone doing a crowd sourcing funding campaign to attend, but who knows? Maybe some one will!