CTCW 2019

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Changing Times Changing Worlds 2019 will be November 15 – November 17, 2019
at
Honor’s Haven Resort
1195 Arrowhead RoadEllenville, NY 12428

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Workshop Spotlight: Dowsing 101

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Dowsing 101   with Sean Kane
Dowsing is the art of locating objects and detecting energies. Starwolf will show you how to utilize both L rods and Pendulums in finding what you need.  60 min

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Ceremonial Magick Panel

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Friday Panel Spotlight
What is the place of Ceremonial magick in the modern world? A lot of modern magical technique, and even neopagan rituals are outgrowths of medieval Ceremonial Magick. Are the trappings of Ceremonial magick (that we imagine as robed figures in castle towers) still useful, or have they been updated? Panelists have various experience with different sorts of ceremonial magick and will share their perspective.

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Speaker Spotlight: Catherine Kane

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Catherine Kane is a professional psychic, a Reiki Master, a gifted bard, a metaphysical Christian, and  a delighted student of the Universe (amongst other things). She brings creativity, an eclectic body of knowledge, and an attitude of fun to empowering people to find and live their best and brightest dreams. Her writing has been seen in magazines such as Thorn, the Door Opener, and Helix; and she is the author of “Adventures in Palmistry” and “The Practical Empath”, “Manifesting Something Better“, “The Lands That Lie Between“, “Magic for Pennies“, and “The Psychic Power of Your Dreams“.  
Her latest offering is Living in Interesting Times, available from Lulu.
Visit her and husband Starwolf online as Foresight (the Information you need for the Adventure of Life) at www.ForesightYourPsychic.com and www.ForesightYourCtPsychic.wordpress.com

You can also find Foresight on Facebook. Catherine’s Amazon page, and her writing blog.

2018
The Best is Yet to Be, Mindfulness for Change,

2017
The Challenging Reading, Clearing & Releasing Negative Programs, Practical Energetic Techniques for Living in Interesting Times, A Touch of Acupressure


2016

A Touch Acupressure, Life Balance for Psychics, Stand back we’re going to do Science!, Palmistry Reading for Children

2015

Kaizen: Baby Steps to Work Wonders, The Practical Empath, A Touch of Acupressure

2014

A Touch of Acupressure, Getting your metaphysical Book Out (with Morgan Daimler, Alternative Pain Management, and Affordable Metaphysics for Everyone.

2013

A Touch of Acupressure, The Mind-Body Connection, Reading for Children, Tealeaf Reading Party (with Starwolf), and Practical Dream Work

2012

Break Down Blocks with E.F.T., Little Manifestations, The Palmist Goes to Work, Practical Empath, A Touch of Acupressure, and Tealeaf Reading and Manifestation (w/ Starwolf)

2011

Boundaries, Balance & Nurturing YourselfFive Minute MeditationA Touch of Acupressure, and The Practical Empath -Empathy 101

Cathy and Sean

2010

Manifesting Prosperity, Your Destiny is in Your Hands, Reiki Not Just for Healing, Dream a Little Dream, Clearing Negative Programs, and A Touch of Accupressure

Catherine is the lady who has done the acupressure class to Sunday mornings (we’ll see if you can get by without her this year), book signings, and readings as well as teaching in previous years. She has been one of the foundation stones on which CTCW has been built.

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Workshop Spotlight: Death Dogs of Egypt with Lady AMber Dawn

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No one knows When they are going to leave this Earth! Each day is a GIFT regardless ! At our time of need, it would serve all of us to begin a relationship with the Gods and the Goddesses of death. In this class, we will explore the official Death Dogs of Egypt; Anubis, Duamutef, Khentiamentiu and my personal “favorite” Wepwawet: “Opener of the Way” !

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Trying to understand and learn

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I’ve been reminded recently that Jupiter is currently close enough that you can see the moons with a pair of binoculars (if the clouds allow). Chances are I won’t get out to look up and try to spot them- my eyes are probably no longer up to it. I try to understand things with my mind these days.

I’m enchanted to read that Jupiter has 53 named moons and another 26 awaiting official names. Unsurprisingly, many are named after the many lovers of Jupiter (or Zeus): Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Leda, Metis, Pasiphae, and more. I’ve been looking at pictures of them, they are a lot more varied than I’d have expected. No matter how much I learn, the mysteries of the Universe continue to expand exponentially as I try to learn more. Our ancestors named things they saw in space after gods, and probably the same could be said of the depths of the sea, and the interior of the earth (realms of Zeus, Posidon & Hades).

When we didn’t have tools to measure them, we used Myths to try to explain natural phenomena, and now we study myth and folklore to try to understand the cultures that explained their experiences in these ways. Studying world folklore also supports the existence of much that’s “unmeasureable”.
Just about every culture has some form of ghost, some understanding of an afterlife, awareness of energy healing. Most cultures describe unseen (or rarely seen) intelligent beings who interact with us. When things happen that are so out of the ordinary an explanation is begged, humans need to understand why things didn’t work the way they usually do.

This is one of the reasons we often look at history, myth and religion in CTCW. Those who came before us may not have had our technology, but they were just as intelligent, just as observant as we are. We cannot dismiss, as some do, that they must have been “stupid” to accept events which have been labeled impossible today, simply because we cannot explain them with current science (which changes constantly!).

A true scientist accepts the evidence before him, and doesn’t attempt to discard any that doesn’t agree with his premise. So when associates mock our interest in the supernatural, paranormal, occult and metaphysical, we should not let it bother us, because we are being better scientists. (Unless we go around accepting every story that’s been blown out of proportion or generated to grab attention. But I’ll probably write about that another time.)

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