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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
Fates, Fatas, and the Faery Faith

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Max Dashu presents a visual talk on the Three Sisters, fatas, fées, and their cohort of triune goddesses as conceived in early medieval sources to early modern folk tradition. With excursions into elves and álfar, dísir and helrunas and various ancestral spirits, as well as “the witch Holda,” from her book Witches and Pagans. And what about the Franks who smudged people at old monuments, “that is, sarandas antiquas, which they call the Greater Ones”? Or people who “bring their offering to earth-fast stone, and also to trees and to wellsprings, swa wiccan taeca∂: “as the witches teach."

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Max Dashu

Max Dashu has been researching and teaching global women's history for 47 years through her Suppressed Histories Archives (www.suppressedhistories.net). She brings the Old Ways to life through visual talks on ancient iconography, Goddess traditions, witches and shamans and priestesses. Visit her booth for prints, dvds, and copies of her new book Witches and Pagans: Women in European Religion.


Saturday February 18, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
Santa Clara

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