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Upcoming Events

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Saturday, Sept. 8 - 2:00 p.m.
Moon Ceremonies - Celeste Hartwell

In this class, Celeste Hartwell will teach us about the moon cycles – what they are and why they are important. She will also discuss the importance of rituals in general, and how they become more potent around the New and Full Moon cycles. Bonus: This class takes place the day before September's New Moon!

Saturday, Sept. 15, 2:00 p.m.
The Four Roles of the Witch - Cloud & Moon

According to instructors Cloud & Moon, there are 4 major roles, or aspects, to the Witch. They will explain each of these roles, then will guide us in exploring which roles we are naturally drawn to, and which ones we need to develop.

Saturday, Sept. 22 – 2:00 p.m.
Druidry - Patrick Schieving

Druidry is a path of nature spirituality and inner transformation founded on personal experience rather than dogmatic beliefs. Hedge Druid Patrick Schieving is a member of AODA (Ancient Order of Druids in America) whose core beliefs include ecological awareness and commitment to an earth-honoring lifestyle, celebration of the cycles of nature, and personal development through meditation and other spiritual exercises. Patrick promises a very basic, but rewarding class!

Saturday, Sept. 29, 2:00 p.m.
Grave Dowsing - Amy Frye

Grave dowsing is a technique of locating places and things not seen. It is an age-old art used for centuries to locate graves, water, and more. Amy Frye will teach basic dowsing techniques, cemetery layouts, and tips on locating unmarked graves, as well as clues to their gender, age, and more. Bonus: Students will craft their own dowsing rods in class!

Saturday, Oct. 13, 2:00 p.m.
Creepy Critters - Bez Lancial-McMullen

Come celebrate some of the creepiest (and cutest!) creatures that lurk in the dark! Mysterious nocturnal animals have inspired stories throughout history, as well as their share of Halloween decorations! Join Bez Lancial-McMullen in celebrating these misunderstood creatures. Learn about their great qualities, such as the positive effects they have on our environment. Bez also has suggestions for incorporating creepy critter imagery to aid in magickal workings.

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2:00 p.m.
Autumn Holidays - Jessica Klockau

Fall is a time to reflect, to let go of what no longer serves you, and to honor those who have crossed over. Jessica will lead a discussion on the fall holidays of several traditions including Halloween, Samhain, Mabon, and Dia de los Muertos. We will also pay respect to those who have passed and make our very own salt dough skulls.

Saturday, Oct. 27, 2:00 p.m.
The Green-Faced Witch - Moon

A returning favorite!!! Moon says: “She is one of the strongest, most powerful, feminist women you will ever meet. She is so amazing, you should pay your respects to her on a daily basis. Who is she? She is our most honored Queen – The Halloween Witch. Answer her call; come to this sacred event and learn her truth.” A very powerful class. If you have ever felt a strong connection to witches, October, or Halloween, do not miss this class!

Saturday, Nov. 3, 2:00 p.m. – Wicca: A Brief History (From Secret Covens to Internet Initiates) – Eric Friedman
This class will explain the roots of the Wicca movement, from its original, secretive initiatory traditions in Britain, to its pop culture status on American TV & the Internet. We will follow the evolution of Wicca from the postwar "stepchild" of the British ceremonial magick groups into several identifiable Craft traditions; its migration to the United States and its incorporation into various social movements; its explosion as a publishing industry sub-culture in the 80s and then its expansion & popularity on the internet. As an Alexandrian 2nd Degree Wiccan High Priest, Eric played a critical part in the founding of the Long Island Beltane Festival and the New York City Pagan Pride Day.

Saturday, Nov. 10, 2:00 p.m. – Animal Symbolism – Kindy Ague
Many people feel a connection to animals – maybe to their own pets, maybe to those in the wild. Maybe there is a certain animal you have always been drawn to. Or maybe a certain animal repeatedly crosses your path or shows up unexpectedly in your life, and you have no idea why! In this class, Kindy Ague will explain how animals big and small – even insects! – can bring about hidden messages relevant to you and your life.

Saturday, Nov. 24, 2:00 p.m. – Adam's Tarot: The Fool's Journey – Adam Cerny
Adam will focus on the "Fool's Journey," or journey through life, as represented by the Major Arcana Archtypes – a great place to start! He will incorporate numerology, adding a layer to every spread, as well as the astrological correspondences to each Major card and its significance. Combining the three aspects of Fool's Journey, numerology, and astrological correspondences in tarot enables complex stories to unfold. *See Also: Adam's Tarot: Part 2 – The Minor Arcana & Court Families on 12-29-18.

FRIDAY, Nov. 30, 6:00 p.m. – Rune Magick – Eric Friedman
A deeper look at the Runes! More than merely a means of telling fortunes, the Runes are the secret shamanic alphabet of the ancient god and wizard, Odin. They are channels of primal creative force, and the vehicles of one of the few unbroken magical traditions. This class will introduce the magical meanings of these timeless letters, and their place as conduits between the Nine Realms of the Norse World Tree. Using the Runes for spells and spirit contacts will be explained, including Bindrunes (Runic sigils) & Stadhagaldr (a sort of "Runic Yoga").

Saturday, Dec. 8, 2:00 p.m. – Protection Magick – Jessica Klockau
Easy and fairly maintenance-free protection tips to help you live your best life! While learning how to help and heal others, it is also important to know how to help yourself. Jessica will teach us how to protect ourselves from the harmful wishes of others, whether intentional or unintentional.

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2:00 p.m. – Holiday Plants – Becky Schumacher
Why do we "Deck the halls with boughs of holly?" Why is mistletoe celebrated with a kiss? Where do cornucopias come from? Our "friendly neighborhood Horticulturist" Becky Schumacher will answer these questions and more about festive foliage and their pagan roots.

Saturday, Dec. 22, 2:00 p.m. – The Basics of Meditation – Celeste Hartwell
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Saturday, Dec. 29, 2:00 p.m. – Adam's Tarot Part 2: The Minor Arcana & Court Families – Adam Cerny
*NOTICE: Helpful if you've taken Adam's Tarot Part 1, but not necessary.
Adam Cerny will introduce the Minor Arcana and the Court Families of each suit. (Numerology plays into the Minor Arcana as well.) He will offer useful tips on becoming friends with the Court Cards, and will answer such common questions as: "Does this represent a Real Person in my life? Or does it represent a mindset or a way of being?" Students will leave with a solid grasp on interpreting the Court cards.

Saturday, Jan. 5, 2:00 p.m. – Planetary Magick – Erick Friedman
Planetary Magic is one of the most ancient traditions in magick, going back at least to ancient Babylon, possibly further. Each planet is, essentially, a God/dess; they are channels for the primary magical archetypes common across most, if not all, pantheons. Most forms of Magick have used the 7 Planets as the primary celestial forces to be invoked &/or directed in magical work. This class shows how simple the traditional planetary forces are to work with, without all the formalities of ceremonial traditions. It also provides a guide for identifying how these archetypes appear across diverse pantheons, so that one can make a personal connection between their own deities and one or more of these planetary archetypes.

Saturday, Jan. 12, 2:00 p.m. – Reflexology – Helen Buckley
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FRIDAY, Jan. 18, 6:00 p.m. – Critical Conversations – Amber Todd
Amber Todd asks: "Are you out of the broom closet? Do you want to come out, but don't know how?" In this class, Amber offers techniques for having conversations about your faith with people outside your faith. She'll discuss specific strategies for navigating these difficult conversations, then we'll put all the information into practice with some student interaction at the end of class.

Saturday, Jan. 26, 2:00 p.m. – Energetic Boundaries/Weight Release – Celeste Hartwell
Do you feel tired, lethargic, stressed out and at the end of your rope? Do you wonder how to make it through the day? You know exercise will help, but you can't get up the interest? Certified holistic health coach Celeste Hartwell believes people have the answers inside themselves, and wants to help you find your answers. She believes we sometimes take on energy from people around us without even knowing it. She will offer simple tools to help us clear our energy and free ourselves.

Saturday, Feb. 2, 2:00 p.m. – Poppets! – Bez Lancial-McMullen
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Saturday, Feb. 9, 2:00 p.m. – Couples Astrology – Adam Cerny
Just in time for Valentine's Day! Is your love written in the stars? Or are you Star-Crossed Lovers? How compatible are you and your lover, according to the stars? Are you "doomed," or are there ways to make it work? Adam Cerny will teach us how to take two birthdates and uncover a wealth of knowledge!

Saturday, Feb. 16, 2:00 p.m. – An Introduction to Wands – Davynn Nichole
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Saturday, Feb. 23, 2:00 p.m. – The Fae People – Jessica Klockau
From all corners of the globe, stories of the fae, small winged people, forest nymphs, mermaids, are known. Why do we knock on wood? Is it possible cats are creatures of the fae? In this class, Jessica Klockau we will discuss the different fae races and how to attract them into your home, your garden, and your life.

Saturday, March 2, 2:00 p.m. – Grounding, Warding, Shielding – Sarah Brianne
In this class, Sarah Brianne will teach us about grounding and warding/shielding, with an emphasis on blocking out unwanted energy or thoughts. She will also demonstrate mindfulness exercises, which are great tools for people of all ages.

Saturday, March 9, 2:00 p.m. – Tarot Magick & Meditation – Eric Friedman
The Tarot is SO MUCH MORE than a divination tool. It is a collection of primal archetypal images that have been successfully adapted to pretty much every spiritual tradition. They are a supremely versatile astrological chart. They are a magical alphabet, from which Words of Power can be formed. They have served for almost 200 years as profoundly effective illustrations of the basic structures & formulae of the Qabalah. Since they are all these things, it should be no surprise that they can be used for very powerful magical work. This class explores the astrological & Qabalistic mechanics of the Tarot, and shows how they can be used for Magick and the focus of productive meditation.

Saturday, March 16, 2:00 p.m. – Crystals – Monica Delp
Even if you've taken this class before, take it again - Monica Delp always brings new and exciting crystals and stones. In this popular class, Monica will explore many different stones, their benefits, and how to use them. She will also discuss the history of Nordic runes and Witches' stones, as well as the basics of crystal "gridding."

Saturday, March 23, 2:00 p.m. – Astrological Birth Charts: An Introduction – Adam Cerny
Your astrology chart holds the key to your personality and path. In this repeat of Adam's popular class, we will learn the basics of the astrology birth chart (a/k/a astrology natal chart) - a map of where all the planets were in their journey around the Sun at the exact moment you were born. As Adam explains, your astrological chart is 100% unique to you. Learning about your design helps inform everything about your present life.
*See Also: "Astrological Birth Charts Part 2: Transits" on 4-27-19.

FRIDAY, March 29, 6:00 p.m. – African Spirituality Through Art – Amber Todd
In this class, Amber Todd will discuss how the works of art found all across Africa tie into African faiths and practices. These works of art include masks, statues, alter pieces, ceramics, and more. Amber explores the designs, symbolism, and uses of various pieces. While she is not a practitioner of African-based religions, Amber studied African Art extensively at the University of Iowa and finds inspiration in their image and stories.

Saturday, April 6, 2:00 p.m. – Communicating with Your Pets – Celeste Hartwell
Our pets energetically take on so much from us to try and protect us (little loves!) so learning how to communicate with them can be really beneficial. Full description to follow.

Saturday, April 13, 2:00 p.m. – Cloud Scrying/Divination – Kindy Ague
There are many different forms of divination, from pendulums and runes to crystal balls and Kindy's passion, cloud-scrying. Kindy will teach the basics about various forms of divination, which might work best for you, and how to best utilize divination in your daily life.

Saturday, April 20, 2:00 p.m. – Music & Spirituality – Jessica Klockau
Music is a universal language shared amongst all people. It can be inspirational, evoke emotion, and can be part of your spiritual practice. Songs can be used for worship and trance, drums can be used for ecstatic dance and meditation, and all of that can be used to bring us together. Jessica Klockau will share Pagan chants and songs and will even lead a ritual music jam session.

Saturday, April 27, 2:00 p.m. – Astrological Birth Charts Part 2: Transits – Adam Cerny
This is a more in-depth, personal, interactive class that focuses on the Transits in one's natal chart. Adam Cerny will explain such terminology as square, conjunction, trine, sextile, and opposition, and what they mean to your particular chart. He gets in-depth into how things work and why, including "Adam's Astro Hack" for mapping the ping pong of energy in your chart. Adam says this class is super fun because it answers specific questions as to "why I am the way I am" and more importantly, "how can I use this knowledge to make it work FOR me instead of AGAINST me in my life?"
*NOTICE: Best when taken in conjunction with Astrological Birth Charts: An Introduction on 3-23-19. Helpful if you bring your birth chart with you – if you'd like to provide your birth date, time, and location prior to the day of class, Adam will print your chart for you and bring it to class.

Saturday, May 4, 2:00 p.m. – Hands-On Tarot Spreads – Bez Lancial-McMullen
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Saturday, May 11, 2:00 p.m. – Chakras – Ali Michelle
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Saturday, May 18, 2:00 p.m. – Chaos Magick – Eric Friedman
Chaos Magick is an experiential method of using just those bits of magical practice that empower you and get results that you like. It is a highly creative & intuitive anti-tradition, a sort of "make-it-up-as-you-go" magical process, consisting primarily of mixing techniques, dropping some and keeping only "this works for me, so I'll keep using it." Eric cautions that in order for Chaos Magick to be effective, one needs to know what you're discarding and why you're setting it aside. Eric guides us through the beginning steps of developing a Chaos magical practice.

FRIDAY – May 24, 6:00 p.m. – Pet Astrology – Adam Cerny
Everything you've ever wanted to know to understand your pet! Do animals have sun signs, just like people? Does their date of birth affect their personality? How can we relate to our beloved animal companions if we don't know when they were born? Find out why your kitty is a snuggler or your dog is a jerk (or vice versa) and how best to get along with our Fur Babies. Or find out, based on your sign, what kind of pet may be best for you!

Saturday, June 1, 2:00 p.m. – Which Witch Is Which? – Jessica Klockau
Are you a Good Witch? Would you like to be? Are there "Rules" to being a Witch? What exactly does it mean to be a Witch? Can you be a Witch without being Wiccan? (Hint: Wicca only dates back to around 1954 – we know Witches go back a bit further than that!) Jessica will straighten out all of this for us, explaining how Witches differ from Pagans, Wiccans, Warlocks, or Druids. She will also touch on some of the rituals, festivals, and holidays of Witches. Jessica will answer your questions and help you discover which path might be right for you.

Saturday, June 15, 2:00 p.m. – Dragon Lore – Josh Hinkle
Are dragons real? Josh says yes! Discover the history of these ageless beings as Joshua Hinkle discusses the role Dragons have played in cultures around the world and the lore associated with each. Dragons have their own magic – befriend them, and they will teach and aid you!


Past classes have included:

The Basics of Dungeons & Dragons, Smudging/Cleansing/Spirits, Pagans 101, Tarot Cards, Meditation/Guided Visualization, Color & Stone Chakra Therapy, Nature Spirituality, Divination, Candles & Candle Color Magick, Palmistry, Soap Making, Deities of the Pantheons, Signs and Spells, Basics of Astronomy, an Introduction to Angels, Drumming 101, Stones & Crystals, Mojo Bags, Staying Positive in a Negative World, and Psychic Self-Defense


Moon (Carol Mackel) is a mother of 3, wife, high school teacher, yoga teacher, group leader, and a Wiccan Priestess. She has been practicing Wicca and using the tools associated with this religion for over 20 years. Teaching, creating connections with and empowering others is among her greatest passions.

Cloud (Michael Lingner) is an ordained 3 rd Degree High Priest of Wicca. He has studied and practiced magick for decades. Cloud has shared his knowledge of ritual craft, contemporary nature religions and magick through classes, seminars, workshops and tutoring. He is pleased to have this opportunity to share his knowledge of sigil craft with you.

From an early age, Rev. Greg Moorman has been able to hear, see and sense other people's guides; allowing him to help others recognize their life-path and find a purpose to the lessons along their way. He has also been able to see people's Auras and work with their energy fields to help balance issues that need some fine tuning in order to remove energetic blockages. Greg has been trained through Sacred Flame Interfaith Monastery and has taught classes on Spiritual Development, Reiki, Energetic Healing, Crystal Therapy, Angelic Therapeutics, and various styles of Divination.

Jessica Jackson-Klockau has been practicing magik since she was a young child. The daughter of a Druid, she has been practicing energy and spirit work, reading tarot, and divining for nearly fifteen years. Together with Lindsey Prine, Jessica has successfully cleansed numerous houses of negative energy and/or entities. She describes her learning process as a mix of intuition, trial and error, and guidance from elders. Jessica is a member of the local pagan band Sentinel Grove.

Rev. Clayton Bowman, DD DM DES DRS, manifested the talents of a Spiritual Intuitive early in life. By the age of 10, he had shown signs of animal empathy, auric sense, telepathy, astral travel and angelic sight. With the guidance of a knowledgeable pastor, Clayton studied the religions of the world; finding the common bonds that connect all faiths through Peace, Love & a Unity with all Life.

Bez Lancial-McMullen has been an instructor and performer of Belly Dance in the Quad Cities for 5 years, her training being focused on Folkloric, Egyptian, and American Tribal Style. Her classes are based in the style of Rak sharqi (Egyptian Belly Dance) and will often (but not always) include work with finger cymbals. Bez teaches a variety of classes including: Finger Cymbal patterns, Arabic Rhythms, Technique (beginner and advanced), Choreography, and now… dance meditation. She can be seen performing in the area along with her troupe Rueza and student troupe Ámate.

Joshua Lee Hinkle grew up with a Grandmother who was a witch who encouraged Joshua and his brother on their spiritual path. While his Grandmother was a practitioner of Hoodoo, Joshua branched off into Wicca as a teenager. He then spent the next 15 years on several overseas tours with the Army, which left little time for his studies. Upon returning home, he began a healing process which included a re-awakening and re-dedication to his arts. He is now a proud witch and Pagan and would like to give back to the community that gave so much to him.

Monica Stone has always been really drawn to rocks, feeling the energy coming off the stones at a very young age and becoming an avid collector. While still in middle school, she discovered she could heal herself and friends with them. As she got older, she continued studying and collecting rocks for the properties they possess. She enjoys helping people through struggles with nothing but rocks! Stay tuned to the "Events" page as new Events become available!  In addition, Like Us at, and follow us on Twitter @spellboundqc. And by all means, please tell your friends! As we said, we are YOUR store! We hope to become an integral part of the District of Rock Island and the Quad Cities community, but we need your help to do that! So please spread the word! In addition, Spellbound will be holding regular raffles for those who wish to join our e-mail list. Winners will receive such prizes as a free dream analysis or products from the store! See our raffle box and entry forms in person at Spellbound.


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