Salem, Mass. (PRWEB) October 15, 2008
Witch School in Witch City sounds like a natural fit, but it has taken over seven years for the Illinois based WitchSchool.com to finally reach Salem. Today, they finally begin by teaching at the Annual Psychic Fair & Witchcraft Expo at the Museum Place Mall in Salem, Mass. Led by Ed Hubbard, founder of Witch School, there will be free live classes taught several times a day, every day through Nov. 1st, 2008.
Part of Witch School's journey to Salem is the negotiation of opening a full-time campus within the next few months. The Salem Witch School campus will focus on local teachers of magic, Wicca, and Witchcraft as their primary staff. This will be combined with regular visits by many national and internationally know authors and teachers from around the s world. After all, Salem is The Witch City, and this campus will create a year round learning center.
The Salem Witch School Campus will also house the Magick.TV studios, which will allow them to record, edit and broadcast their classes to a global audience. Part of Salem's allure is that it is a modern 21st Century town, capable of supporting Internet broadcasters, and allowing the world to share a little Salem Magick online.
Witch School International's central office & campus will remain in Rossville, IL, where it has faced discrimination by local churches. But it continues to work and grow. It is essential that Witch School faces and overcomes the Central Illinois community's discrimination by providing education locally. Fortunately, the Salem Witch School Campus will not face religious discrimination, as Salem is The Witch City.
To attend the free classes of Magic and Wicca during the Festival of the Dead, come to the Annual Psychic Fair and Witchcraft Expo at Museum Place Mall, 176 Essex Street, Salem Mass. Find out more at the website: http://www.Festivalofthedead.com
To find out more about the Witch School Campus in Salem, call 217-748-4078 or check out the Website: http://www.SalemWitchSchool.org or WitchSchool.com