This is a virtual class. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to participants the day before the event. All ticket holders will receive a link to download a recording of this class after the event.
The graveyard has always been an important part of Ozark folk magic traditions. In the old days, this was where a witch could be born from an ordinary human and where the “veil” between worlds was constantly thin. Graveyard work isn’t just for the spooky ritualist but has been a site for the work of healers as well. For many Ozark practitioners, historic and modern, healing work includes not just serving the living but also the dead. These shades often figure as guides, guardians, patrons, and ancestral helpers in many healer stories as well as aids in the process of healing or “elevating” the restless dead as well.
In this class we will be examining Ozark folklore situated in the graveyard as well as look at some of the many ways healers and other magical practitioners have incorporated this all-important work with the dead into their own lives and rituals.
|Time:||4:00 PM to 6:00 PM|
|Location:||Ozark Healing Traditions
Brandon Weston (Fayetteville, AR) is a healer, writer, and folklorist who owns and operates Ozark Healing Traditions, an online collective of articles, lectures, and workshops focusing on the Ozark Mountain region. As a ...