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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

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Saturday, February 18 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Ancient Greek Divination for Today

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Divination was central to ancient Greek Paganism. From the Delphic Oracle to dream incubation to dice casting, divination was an essential means of communication between Gods and mortals. I will tell the myths of how the Gods first taught us divination and review the varieties of ancient divination. In particular, I will teach several authentic ancient divination systems, including the Greek alphabet oracle, which is similar to rune casting, and the knucklebone oracle, which is similar to the I Ching.

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John Opsopaus

Dr. John "Apollonius" Opsopaus has practiced magic, divination, and Neopaganism since the 1960s. He has more than 30 publications in various magical and Neopagan magazines and designed the Pythagorean Tarot and wrote the comprehensive "Guide to the Pythagorean Tarot" (Llewellyn, 2001). He is the author of the forthcoming "Oracles of Apollo" (Llewellyn, 2017). Opsopaus frequently presents workshops on Hellenic magic and Neopaganism, Pythagorean... Read More →


Saturday February 18, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
San Juan

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