Wizards and Witches to Meet in St. Louis to Test Their Knowledge

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How much about the world of Wizards and Witches do you know? At the Midwest's Largest Pagan Event, The St. Louis Pagan Picnic, two leading schools will be testing the knowledge of their students and all comers, as part of the Wizards and Witches Trivia Tournament. This contest will be the first of its kind, and open to the public.

Oberon Zell of Grey School and Don Lewis of Witch School have agreed to a trivia contest about all things magical to test their students and all comers. They plan to meet on June 13th & 14th at the St. Louis Pagan Picnic, held at Tower Grove Park. The St. Louis Pagan Picnic is the largest Pagan gathering in the Midwest, and brings together thousands for a weekend of friendship, fellowship, entertainment, teaching and merchants. The Wizards and Witches Trivia contest will be just one of the many parts to this wonderful event, but for the students of Grey School and Witch School, it is a highly anticipated one.

This meet is very special, as Oberon Zell, one of the Great Elders of the Pagan Community, will be returning to his hometown, where his amazing journey began. It was in this area that Oberon first coined the word "Pagan" as a religious self-identifier that is now used by millions of people, founded the Church of All Worlds, and presented the Gaia Thesis, which is a view of life on earth being part of a greater whole known as "Gaia". This amazing person, known as one of the Greatest Living Wizards today, makes his way back to this wonderful city of St. Louis, where he is challenging the next generation of Wizards and Witches to develop their skills.

Witch School, represented by Don Lewis-Highcorrell, will also be involved, as they will be providing the support staff. Rev. Lewis is the Chancellor and First Priest of the Correllian Tradition and a lifelong Wiccan and Witch. Together Oberon and Don represent a superb meeting of magickal minds and represent the best of online and personal public education in the magickal world today. This tournament will allow them, in a fun way, to test students and all comers on their knowledge and be challenged to see how much more they need to learn. Of course, prizes will be given to the winners of the contest.

The meet is at the 17th Annual St. Louis Pagan Picnic, hosted by Yarrow Coven, and has become a powerful draw for Midwest Pagans and those who are simply curious. It's open to the public, and held at Tower Grove Park, this year June 13th & 14th. The Wizards and Witches Trivia Tournament is open to all to join until all competitive slots are filled. So come out and join us at the St. Louis Pagan Picnic.

For more information about the picnic check out: http://www.PaganPicnic.org
For more information about Oberon Zell and Grey School: http://www.GreySchool.com
For more information about Don Lewis and Witch School: http://www.WitchSchool.com
For Social Networking: http://www.Witchschoolinternational.ning.com


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