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WHEN: This year’s conference will take place from November 8 – 14, 2021.

WHERE: Anywhere you want! This year’s conference will be entirely on-line!

THIS YEAR’S THEME is: The Harvest – seeds to save and rewards to reap.

We will be having 5 weekday evenings of virtual programming, in both class/workshop and panel formats. On Saturday and Sunday, we will be offering 2 full days of the classes and panels you expect from our conference.

This is an on-line event. Monday through Friday will be evenings only, The exact hours are still being worked out, but will be roughly from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM Eastern time.. This should be easier for folks in more western time zones. Saturday and Sunday will be from 9 am to 10 pm on Saturday, (ending a bit earlier on Sunday).

The Conference Committee is actively seeking speakers to join us. If you have a workshop you would like to teach, or a topic you want to talk about, go to the form <here> to submit your detailed proposal. If you have s specific idea for a panel, you can submit that idea <on this page> . You don’t have to be -on- the panel to submit an idea for it. Please note that not all classes or panels submitted will be accepted. Classes that align with this year’s theme (see above) will usually be considered first, but classes which the Committee feels would be of interest to our attendees are also welcome to be submitted.

So how much does this wonderful experience cost??

We are pleased to announce the registration fees for this year’s conference. Once again, we are offering a 2-tier structure of full-year access or 1-month access. You will be able to watch all recordings made during the conference, for the specified period.

All attendees will also be able to participate in the hospitality channel available during the conference open hours.

Full-year access: $60 for the primary registrant, $45 for each additional person residing at the same address.

One month access: $30 for the primary registrant, $20 for each additional person residing at the same address.

Registration will be opening soon! Please watch this space, our Facebook group, or our Facebook Page for details as they become available. If you would like to attend but cannot afford the cost, financial aid may be available, and will be decided on a case-by-case basis..

CTCW goals:

Our goals:To teach effective, practical use of energy work and magick;

To encourage intermediate and advanced work, classes and presentations;

To better grasp the history of esoteric studies and spiritual practices;

To foster communication between the communities who study and practice these.

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