Kenny Klein

Kenny Klein is a well known musician, author, and lecturer in the Pagan community. Kenny has recorded many CDs geared toward Pagan and Renaissance Festival audiences; He is the author of The Flowering Rod: Men, Sex and Spirituality, (Delphi 1993), a book about men's Wicca, and has been a workshop presenter and musical performer at festivals that include PSG, Free Spirit Gathering, Heartland, Starwood, Ancient Ways, Florida Pagan Fest, Goddess Gathering, and many others. Kenny is a co-founder of the Blue Star tradition of Wicca, and has been a Wiccan priest and teacher for over twenty years. He is currently working on a book about Fairy lore.

Men in Wicca and Paganism

Kenny Kleinís book The Flowering Rod explores the roles of men in Wicca and Paganism. In this workshop Kenny looks at the roles of Priest and Summoner, and examines the history of these roles and how these positions are regarded in modern Paganism and Wicca. This workshop is appropriate for men and for women, as it will explore the relationship between Priest and Priestess, Handmaiden and Summoner, and interactions between God and Goddess played out in the coven structure.

The Erotic World of Fairie

Sexuality In British Fairy Lore: Next year, Kennyís book on Fairy Lore will be published by Llewellyn Press. Take an advanvced look at some aspects of Faerie sexuality: How does folklore view the sexuality of the creatures we know as Fairies, Elves and Selkies? Kenny explores the erotic conduct of magical creatures, consorting with each other and with humans. Learn why certain creatures were to be avoided for their sexual whiles, and why it is best to stay away from the roses of Carter Hall.

The Lost Secrets of Wicca

As Wicca becomes more popular, and the coven structure is replaced by festivals, open circles and solitaries, many of the most magical and powerful traditions of the Craft are lost or forgotten. Kenny Klein explores some of the great secrets taught in the traditional coven structure, such as the Tenets of Faith, the Paths Of Power, the full Wiccan Rede (all 28 lines), and older Pagan traditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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