Katrina Rasbold

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Biography:

Katrina Rasbold, PhD, is the author of over thirty books, including eighteen on various aspects of the magical arts. She also pens the popular fictional series The Seven Sisters of Avalon, as well as other fictional and nonfictional works. Born in the hills of Kentucky and raised around folk magic, Katrina studied the magical arts all over the world, including in the Marianas Islands and the UK, before settling in her current home in the forested Eden of the High Sierra Mountains of California. She has taught classes throughout the world and frequently teaches at Pantheacon in San Jose, as well as at Sacramento Pagan Pride and PanGaia Festival in Fair Oaks, California.

She and her husband currently own Crossroads Metaphysical Store in Shingle Springs, California where they sell their hand-made magical products and teach classes on a variety of metaphysical subjects. They are the co-creators of the CUSP spiritual path, a detailed magical structure using the ancient agricultural holidays to create positive life change year after year. They are founding members of the non-profit organization, North Western Circles Association which raises money to benefit wildlife treat and release organizations in the Sacramento area. In addition to writing and lecturing, Katrina works as a professional bruja and conjure woman.

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Recovering from Curses / Open Lines

Author and healer Katrina Rasbold discussed how to recover from hexes, curses, and psychic attack. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program. More »

Conjuring & Clearings / Lessons from a Medium

Katrina Rasbold shared her rituals and techniques as a bruja. Followed by medium George Andersonwith messages from the departed. More »

Last Night

Researcher Steve Goreham presented his views on climate change, and why he is skeptical that global warming is due to human causes. Followed by the Carefree Medium, Susanne Wilson, on working with spirit guides.

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