Venues and Organizations

Venues

Here is a list of our favorite venues.   We present at these locations often, and we couldn’t be more proud to do so!

Draconis Arcanum — Your Conjure and Magick Shop
214 E. Trinity Lane
Nashville, TN 37027
Phone: (615) 915-3319
Web: http://www.draconis-arcanum.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DraconisArcanum/?fref=ts

Proprietress Rebecca Petersen runs a beautiful shop.  There are all kinds of esoteric goodies crowding the shelves.  The book selection is a bibliophile’s delight, particularly if you are interested in Grimoires and Conjure.  There is an abundant selection of herbs.   And the staff knows their stuff!


Moon Struck — Where Magick Happens
3207 College Dr
Jeffersontown, Ky 40299
Web: http://www.moonstruckky.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moonstruckky/?fref=ts

Moon Struck is Louisville’s oldest metaphysical shop.  Proprietress Linda Tipton recently relocated the store to a gorgeous little house in Jeffersontown, KY.  There, she provides the Louisville area with Tarot readings and public events — and the shop is also home to her Coven, Circle of the Blue Moon.  The shop stocks a wide variety of of quality magical and spiritual items.  Her staff is knowledgable and friendly.



Organizations

Here is a list of our favorite Organizations that are working hard to make our Magical and Esoteric community a vibrant and healthy one.

Circle of the Blue Moon — Louisville, KY
WitchVox Page: http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vn_detail/dt_gr.html?a=usky&id=15520

The Circle of the Blue Moon is a coven that follows the LaKirian tradition, which is a form of Eclectic Wicca.  It has been active since 1997.  Lady LaKira is the High Priestess and her coven puts on wonderful public rituals.


Louisville Pagan Pride Day — Louisville, KY
Web: http://www.louisvillepaganpride.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1719559928268832/

The Louisville Pagan Pride Day project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of religious prejudice and discrimination while fostering pride in Pagan identity. They operate in sympathy with the mission statement of the Pagan Pride Project, Inc.


Obeah & Wanga Camp, OTO — Valley of Nashville, TN
Web: http://www.obeahwanga-oto.org

Obeah & Wanga camp is the local body of the Ordo Templi Orientis.  Their web site says it best:

Obeah & Wanga Camp’s  mission is to effect and promote the doctrines and practices of the philosophical and religious system known as Thelema, and to provide a fertile ground for the cultivation of free thought in the vein of scientific research to understand ones own Universe and Path and his or her advancement in Light, Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, and Power through Beauty, Courage, and Wit, on the Foundation of Universal Brotherhood.

 Obeah & Wanga Camp offers seasonal rituals, and a variety of classes and workshops of interest to Thelemites and practitioners of western esoteric and oriental mysteries.


The Society of The Astral Star, Inc. (aka The Order of The Star of Bethlehem)  — Georgetown, KY
Web: http://astralstar.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AstralStarInc/?fref=ts

The Society of the Astral Star is a magical organization that has been active for 35 years.  From their web page:

The Society of The Astral Star, Inc. (aka The Order of The Star of Bethlehem) is an organization of High Ritual & Ceremonial Christian Magickians (as well as ChristoPagans, Christian Wiccans, & Christian Witches) that maintains a theological basis in Esoteric Christian Mysticism (within the Western Mystery Tradition). The Order was founded in Central Kentucky on November 1st,1980. The Society of The Astral Star was incorporated as a non-profit religious and fraternal corporation in The Commonwealth of Kentucky on the Vernal Equinox, 1993.