Oberon Zell is a renowned Wizard and Elder in the global magickal community. In 1967 he was first to claim the identity of “Pagan,” incorporating the first Pagan church—the Church of All Worlds—in 1968. Publishing Green Egg magazine over more than 50 years (currently online), he was instrumental in the coalescence of the modern Pagan movement. In 1970, he published the earliest version of “The Gaea Thesis.” In the 1980s, Oberon and his wife Morning Glory resurrected authentic living Unicorns. In 1990, they coined the term “polyamory,” thus launching another movement. Oberon is an award-winning artist, illustrating many books and creating altar figurines and jewelry. His most famous sculpture is “The Millennial Gaia.” He is the author of Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard and more than a dozen other books of which the latest is GaeaGenesis: Conception & Birth of the Living Earth (2022). Oberon is also Founder of the online Grey School of Wizardry (founded 2004), and served as Headmaster until 2022.