Sigils for Everyday Use (Spring gathering)
Jennifer Medway began practicing the occult and esoteric arts at a tender young age. She graduated from the Lucky Mojo Correspondence Course, is an initiate of Ordo Templi Orientis, and works as a Sansista, Reiki Master, witch, and rootworker privately at Serpentine Spiritual Arts. Jennifer is also a Reiki Master and spellcaster for Life Spirits Society of Magic, a professional spellcasting coven with thousands of clients from all over the world. She trained under Houngan Hector, Yaya Maria, Tish Owen, and Christopher Penczak. Jennifer presented working with Santa Muerte during the Daisy L. Machado lecture at Vanderbilt University. She is researching the occult sciences while a master’s candidate. Jennifer attended Stanford and UCLA, and UC Berkeley, where she earned her BA in English. She has published spiritual poetry, fiction, and narrative nonfiction in several journals, including Cornell’s Rainy Day and Goddess and the Moon Metaphysical Journal. Jennifer is also a successful equestrian with many championships, and her students have won five state championships. serpentinespiritualarts.com
Sigils for Everyday Use:
Sigils are often symbols that represent a desired outcome and spirits a practitioner petitions for a specific purpose. These symbols affect both our inner and outer world. This class explores a modern and innovative approach to creating sigils and includes an overview of the culture, art, and history of sigils and their many uses in spellwork or rituals. Participants will receive a handout showing examples of sigils from the Keys of Solomon, The Black Pullet, and those used in African diaspora religions. Participants will learn which existing sigils can be used for different purposes such as love, money, or health and how they can create their own. The class will culminate with students drawing their own created sigils.