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PantheaCon 2017 has ended
Join our huge and varied Pagan, Heathen, Wiccan, Reconstructionist, Indigenous, spiritual and magical groups in education and celebration February 2016 in San Jose, CA. More information can be found about the conference at www.pantheacon.com

The schedule is complete as of October 23, 2016 - changes/cancellations will be entered as often as possible. If you sync a personal schedule with your phone it will auto update the next time you open the application. 

Presenters: If you have a major change to your bio that you want reflected here please email programming@pantheacon.com after you have entered it in the database. Changes do not automatically from from there to here. Your changes, of course, will be reflected in the program book.
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Cei ap Taliesin

Dublin, California
I started as a pagan in my teens, practiced as a solitary Wiccan in high school. After joining MENSA, I found other pagans at the pagan MENSA SiG. That's where I met Pat and Tony Taylor. About that time, Isaac Bonewits started the ADF. Not satisfied with just research, the Taylors formed Keltria, and I joined them in the first Grove. I also attended Children of the Night, a occult studies group at the U of MN. Later I became a member of White Raven, which went on to become one of the charter covens of WiCoM. I served terms as treasurer and newsletter editor. Years later I discovered that a Gardnerian group was seeking members. A few years ago I attended PantheaCon, and thought that format was better suited for Minnesota in the winter than San Jose. I volunteered to help with Convergence in preparation for starting MystiCon, when I heard TCPP was already launching Paganicon, so I thought I'd lend a hand instead of competing, and served as the Programming Coordinator for Paganicon 1-4. I moved to Dublin, California in 2014, and now serve the pagan community by coordinating the party suite for the New Wiccan Church / Covenant of the Goddess / and the New Reformed Order of the Golden Dawn at Pantheacon.