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June 22 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Please read class description in its entirety. This for is for IN PERSON registration only.


Class fees are non transferable, please note that we stick to the student agreements clicked on during registration. Please ensure you are able to attend the scheduled class time.


This class will begin with a look at Saint Expedite from a historical basis, i.e., what we know vs. what we don’t really know and where there is variation from tradition to tradition. There will be brief coverage of the various related traditions worldwide and how Expedite is called and utilized before we move on to the traditions most familiar within the United States as they relate to hoodoo, conjure, the deep south, and to a lesser extent Appalachia. Attention will be paid, of course, to the decidedly Christian origins of Saint Expedite, though students will be encouraged to see beyond that limitation. Care will be placed to limit the amount of Christianity used, where appropriate, in an effort to encourage those who might avoid the power of the Saints due to trauma surrounding organized religion, abuse, and the church’s misuse of sacred power. This will set the foundation for the practicum, where students will learn about altars, offerings, statues and prayer cards, incense, oils, candles, prayers, devotions, novenas, spells, talismans, and the materia magicka associated with Saint Expedite. This two hour workshop aims to deliver the student not only the information needed to begin to work with Saint Expedite but the confidence to approach him immediately and begin a beneficial magickal relationship as soon as they get home! Each student will receive a dressed and blessed Saint Expedite prayer card to begin that relationship.

Welburn Hiram Kemp hails from the dark and bloody ground of Eastern Kentucky. A born Appalachian, Welburn was steeped in folklore, folk magick, and is from a long line of preachers and healers who brought old time remedies, wisdom through religion, and powerful magick holler to holler for nearly 200 years. Welburn honed his craft and expanded his studies living in the Deep South, studying herbs & roots and conjure in New Orleans and places even beyond that. A student of magick, in general, Welburn blends ceremonial magick, conjure, and the folk magick of his people in Appalachia into a unique amalgamation that produces a wide array of oils, powders, amulets, talismans, and charms. Welburn is now bringing his love of the work to the fore and taking on an even greater mission of teaching and passing on the knowledge and lore he has so painstakingly learned over the years. Welburn is a displaced hillbilly Jew, real deal Kentucky Colonel, and can be found on Instagram at @mountain_conjure


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$ 50.00
20 available


June 22
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


RitualCravt School
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Ritualcravt, 7700 W 44th Ave CO
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 United States
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