The Wyrd Sisters

Genevieve Williams
Leader of the Hellenic devotional group Wild Gods and founding member of a Dionysian thiasos, Genevieve has written and performed ritual theater and personal ceremonies for over 12 years, co-scripting local festivals for groups numbering in the hundreds. She also co-created the Hermes & Hekate Road Show podcast.

Melanie Henry, aka Melanie Fire Salamander
High priestess of Green Star Grove, a Sylvan Tradition coven, for over 15 years and a witch for over 30 years, Melanie has created hundreds of rituals ranging from ritual theater to initiations to handfastings and funerals. She has also read Tarot professionally and was editor-in-chief of Widdershins, the pagan newspaper serving Seattle 1995–2007.

Charly McCreary
Rowan Tree Church priestess and managing director of the Cabiri, a world-famous ritual theater group performing since 1999, Charly brings over 19 years of ritual creation to the Wyrd Sisters. She is also a founder of the Cabiri’s Anunnaki Project, which seeks to preserve elder mythologies.

Jill Thomsen, aka Galena Goldwitch
Witch priestess and maiden of Green Star Grove, a Sylvan Tradition coven, Jill has led and participated in witchcraft groups for over 10 years, planning and performing rituals, handfastings, and memorials. She is the creatrix behind Divine Expression, events dedicated to creating art inspired by deity, and volunteers for nature-based groups.

Cyndie-Lea Wang
(Wyrd Sister emerita.) Former pastor of the nondenominational pagan church OLOTEAS and a member of the church council for 9 years, Cyndie-Lea has written numerous large public rituals and created countless sacred spaces. She is an initiate of the Sean Ciall line of witchcraft and has circled with many local pagan groups.

2 thoughts on “The Wyrd Sisters

  1. Teri D Ciacchi says:

    Mark and I are commited to coming if you will have us, we have questions and concerns about the physical accessibility of the venue and our needs to sleep with electricity for our C-Pap machines. Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Blessings,
    Teri Ciacchi

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