Annwyn Avalon – The Goddess Web

Annwyn Avalon – The Goddess Web


Annwyn Avalon is a Water Priestess and Celtic Witch. She is the Author of The Way of the Water Priestess, Water Witchcraft: Magic and Lore from the Celtic Tradition and The Celtic Goddess Grimoire. She is the founder of Water Priestess Training, The Water Priestess Confluence, Bewitching the Waters Symposium, and Triskele Rose Witchcraft an Avalonian Witchcraft Tradition. She has devoted her life to the study of Esoteric Water Mysteries, art, witchcraft, and magic. Her path is one of sacred service to the waters of this world and her ancestors. 



She is an initiated Witch and Priestess, Reiki Master Teacher, award-winning Dancer, published author, and has a BFA in sculpture and, BA in Anthropology. She has also received an apprentice certificate in Herbalism. She writes for the Magical Times Magazine and has contributed to other published works such as The New Aradia a Witches handbook for resistance, Brigid’s Light: Tending the Ancestral Flame of the Beloved Celtic Goddess, This Witch, and Witchology Magazine. She is the author of the Patheos Blog The Water Witch. 



She now lives in Glastonbury as the sacred steward of Chalice Orchard, the former home of the famous occultist Dion Fortune, and is a Keeper and the Ceremonialist at the White Spring. One of the sacred springs located in Glastonbury.


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The Voices of the Wells – Well Maiden and Water

In the 13th-century poem The Elucidation, we are introduced to the Well Maidens. They would give freely of their sacred waters and food to those who passed by. These beautiful maiden are more than they seem! They are Water Nymphs, the spirits of the springs, oracles, and the voices of the wells. 

In this talk, you will be introduced to these Watery Women, and learn how their story parallels our approach to water in the modern day. We will seek their wisdom and pull from their story to learn how to navigate a world full of polluted and stolen water and what we can do to restore the wasteland.