Ronn  Walks With Fire

Ronn Walks With Fire, AKA "Pele Ahi" in Hawaiian, has been a student and practitioner of Hawaiian and Micronesian Spirituality for a generation. He resided on the islands of Palau in Micronesia where he studied native spirituality and ritual. Prior to that, he lived in Nigeria and studied Hausa mysticism. Journeys for study and practice include holy sites in Avalon, Brittany, Cornwall, Mesoamerica, and North America. He is a Priest of a Federally recognized church based in Ohio and has taught numerous workshops and seminars, created new rituals and celebrations, and has performed as Priest in many large rituals across the nation. Ron also hosts seasonal festivals and The Mysteries of Extangela (a personal spiritual initiation held during late summer), and several other overnight Festivals at FireHeart in Toledo, Ohio.

Hall of Mirrors - Past, Present and Potential

This takes a look at how the lives of your past may be affecting your present, and how to integrate those facets of yourself that have been haunting you. Have you ever met someone for the first time and immediately known them? Have first time situations and visits to locations created a strong sense of deja-vu? Find out how previous incarnations impact your current situation and the potentials of your futures.

Wielding Magic in a Mundane Workplace

It is extremely difficult to utilize personal spirituality and magic within a business that operates within our secular paradigm. This workshop focuses on the benefits and pitfalls of mixing magic and mundania and provides insights on how to create the best results without exposing oneself to the harsh condemnation and personal attacks of the narrow-minded masses. How do you perform magic and remain hidden from detection? When is the use of magic beneficial? How can the utilization of spells backfire. These and other pertinent issues will be discussed. Whether you are a business owner, manager or an employee, magic can be utilized to better your situation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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