Stalls info

The Pagan Phoenix SW Spring conference is a magical and educational place where people come to socialise.  Our priority is to provide stalls that sell hand-made or similar goods made by Pagan craftspeople.  We do not have a quiet space for personal services such as healing, psychic, or divination practices.  Pagans often carry out these … More Stalls info

Speakers 2022 – Rachel Pollack

Tarot legend Rachel Pollack (author of Seventy Eight Degrees of Wisdom and creator of The Shining Tribe Tarot) joins us live online from the USA.  Rachel will be in conversation with Levannah Morgan and there will be opportunities for audience questions.This conversation will range widely across Tarot and related subjects.  Rachel suggests we might apply the maxim … More Speakers 2022 – Rachel Pollack

Conference 2022 update and information

It’s not long now until 12th March. The conference team visited our new venue, the Parkhouse Centre at Bude and were all delighted with the facilities on offer. The venue is run by the local council, and is fully COVID-compliant; very spacious and well-ventilated. The COVID situation brings with it constant change and frustrating levels … More Conference 2022 update and information

Pagan Phoenix Workshop 2022

Michele TW: Past Life and Ancestral Tarot.This workshop explores the self through the medium of tarot and unconscious memory.  Tarot is the language of the human condition; it is an excellent pictorial and symbolic vehicle to explore life’s more philosophical and profound questions.  Our souls evolve over many lifetimes and each personality gains insights from multiple … More Pagan Phoenix Workshop 2022

Pamela Colman Smith

Pagan Phoenix would like to take the opportunity to remember and honour Pamela Colman Smith (1878 –1951), artist, and occultist.  Also known as Pixie, she is celebrated for illustrating the Rider Waite (Smith) tarot deck (RWS).  Waite is credited for designing the RWS, first created in 1909 and focused on the occult and astrological concepts … More Pamela Colman Smith