Spring Mysteries Festival

Date: Apr 13, 2017
Capacity: 242 (1% booked)


Join us April 13 - 16, 2017 as we recreate the Eleusinian Mysteries held in Ancient Greece. These mysteries, held every year in honor of Demeter and Persephone, explore universal concepts and truths from the perspective of the seeker of hidden knowledge. Our Priests and Priestesses spend 3-4 months preparing for the festival, working with the energies of the Gods and rehearsing the ritual drama that is presented over 4 days for hundreds of people each Easter Weekend.

Though the main portions of the event focus on Greek deities, there are many workshops and other groups that bring a plethora of alternate ways to explore, including the general mysteries of women, men and those who identify as a mixture of both energies. There is also a vendors space, with many often-requested items and trinkets to take home, and plenty of space for conversations or introspective moments. Everyone who attends will come away transformed and with wonderful memories of their time in Eleusis.

Special Guest: Most Rev. Don Lewis

First Priest, Paramount High Priest and Chandellor of the Correllian Tradition. Don is most notable to those of the ATC for working with our founder Pete "Pathfinder" Davis as the illustrator of the popular pamphlets "The Other People" and "Heathen's Idolize School Prayer" available from Pathfinder Press. Like our previous Special Guests, Don brings a lifetime of stories about Wicca, and the craft. We look forward to the treasures he will bring us.

Our 2017 Spring Mysteries Festival will be broken down into three payment schedules:

Early Bird Registration – April 11, 2016 through January 12, 2017
ADULT $174.00
CHILD $100.00

2nd Level Registration – January 13, 2017 through February 28, 2017
ADULT $214.00
CHILD $120.00

3rd Level Registration – March 1, 2017 through April 10, 2017
ADULT $244.00
CHILD $135.00

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