Upcoming Trips and Events

Year With The Gods Conferences 2019

Antisemitism Awareness
January 19, 2019

Revisiting Brighid & Imbolc
January 26, 2019

Medb: Inspiration and Intoxication
March 9, 2019

Ireland’s Heroes and Ungods
April 6, 2019

Queens Of The Mabinogian
May 18, 2019

Fairy: Lore, Practice, and Shenanigans
June 30, 2019

Morrigan The Shapeshifter
July 13, 2019

Welsh Legends: Stories of a Magical Land
September 14, 2019

Gallic Conference
November 16, 2019

Witchcraft: Bones, Salt, & Dirt
December 15, 2019

We will also be scheduling classes on Racism and Gender in Paganism later in the year.

Pantheacon 2019

February 16 – 19, 2019

San Jose, California



Witches, Wolves & Warbands: Exploring the Wildness of Ireland

April 29-May 7, 2019
Ireland was once called “Wolf Land”, for the wildness of its landscapes, its woods, caves, and glens teeming with packs of wolves called mac tíre, “son of the land”. The Fianna warrior bands prowled these landscapes too, between settled lands and wild, living on the land by hunting, raiding, and fighting. Warriors in Ireland have long been called wolves, and some have been known to practice shape-changing, putting on wolf-skins and stalking the landscape in the forms of mighty wolves, taking shelter in its dark caves and hunting by twilight. Here too at these borderlands, we find these caves and glens haunted by witches and fairy women who may bind and entrap with a weaving of enchanted cords, who may curse with a chanted spell, or who may heal with a wise potion. This is the untamed Ireland we seek to explore in this pilgrimage. 
Details at https://www.facebook.com/events/353665435142498/


Mystic South 2019

July 12 – 15, 2019

Atlanta, Georgia



Fairy Witchcraft Intensive

September 20-22, 2019

Western Massachusetts 


Hosted by Morgan Daimler, Echo Summer-Bearson and Vyviane Armstrong 

Celtic Sorcery Intensive

Registration coming soon

October 11-13, 2019 

Atlanta Georgia

The Celtic cultures of Ireland, Britain, and Gaul provide us with rich and ancient wells of magical lore: blessing and purification rites; protective charms and spells; fate-binding and foredestination; dire curses and battle sorceries. These many forms draw on the traditions of poetic incantation and the power of the Otherworld. This weekend intensive draws on folk tradition, archaeological study, early literature, and extensive personal experience, to explore these traditions of magic and sorcery in depth, while seeking insight through them into Celtic worldviews and cosmologies.

Hosted by Morpheus Ravenna and Vyviane Armstrong



Ceridwen & Her Cauldron: A Tour of Northern Wales

Samhain 2019

Northern Wales

Hosted by Vyviane Armstrong.

Fairy Hills Of Ireland

Summer Solstice 2020

Northwest Ireland

Hosted by Morgan Daimler