Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

Oberon Zell-Ravenheart (1942-) is a renowned Wizard and elder in the worldwide magickal community. In 1962, he co-founded the Church of All Worlds, a Pagan church with a futuristic vision, and he has been involved in the founding of several other major groups and alliances. First to apply the terms "Pagan" and "Neo-Pagan" to the newly emerging Nature Religions of the 1960s, and through his publication of Green Egg magazine (1968-2000), Oberon was instrumental in the coalescence of the modern Pagan movement. In 1970, he had a profound Vision of the Living Earth which he published as an early version of "The Gaia Thesis."

Oberon is the primary artist of The Mythic Images Collection (www.MythicImages.com), producing beautiful altar figurines of Gods, Goddesses, and mythological creatures. His first book is Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard (New Page Books, 2004). He is Founder and Headmaster of the online Grey School of Wizardry (www.GreySchool.com).

Living in NorCalifia, Oberon is lifemate to Morning Glory and senior member of the Ravenheart Family.

The Grey School: Real Wizardry for the Harry Potter Generation

(Presented with Skip Ellison

Since the early 90s, Oberon has been addressing the needs and concerns of the next generation, resulting in his Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard (New Page, 2004)—a modern "Boy Scout Handbook" of Wizardry. Then Oberon created the online Grey School of Wizardry to continue these studies. Opened on Aug. 1, 2004, and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) educational institution, the Grey School now has over 40 teachers and over 1,400 students of all ages—and throughout the world. More than 300 classes are currently available, in 16 color-coded Departments—providing a full program in Apprentice Wizardry, culminating in a Journeyman’s Certificate (already awarded to our first graduates!). Oberon, Skip, and other Grey School staff will present how all this came to be, where it is going, and how you can be part of it.

Who Wants to Live Forever? The Elixir of Life and the Quest for Immortality

One of the primary pursuits of medieval Alchemists was to discover the “Elixir of Life” that would rejuvenate and prolong healthy life. Recent profound breakthrough discoveries in longevity research may finally offer this promise. As Wizards are traditionally reputed to live a very long time, Oberon has been selected as an early test subject, with his first appointment immediately following Starwood. At this and subsequent gatherings, he will be chronicling and reporting on the treatment process as he undergoes it—blazing a trail for others to follow. For this introductory presentation, Oberon will be accompanied by nationally-renowned science teacher Tom Donohue, who reported on these discoveries in a recent issue of Green Egg. Handouts will provide details and full contact info for the NYC lab, for any who may wish to join Oberon in this adventure.

















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