This Southern California Coven was established in 2019 after years of foundational work by Rev. Dr. Pamela Dawn. Composed of women of amazing skill, ability and grace—the Sisters of Moon & Snow Coven offer rituals and more to the people of Southern California.
Priestess Pamela with her Coven: The Sisters of Moon & Snow
2023 Free Community Ritual Schedule:
December 17th, @ Bizzyland Gardens, Crestline CA - Ritual at 6pm, WINTER SOLSTICE Community Ritual - Brought to you by Rev. Pamela and her Coven. FREE EVENT! Just bring a snack or drink to share for the gathering after the ritual!
2024 Community Ritual Dates: - March 24th, SPRING EQUINOX -June 23rd, SUMMER SOLSTICE -September 22nd, AUTUMN EQUINOX -December 22nd, WINTER SOLSTICE
Who Are THE SISTERS OF MOON & SNOW:
Top Left (in Green) - Rev. Dr. Pamela Hancock: See “About Pamela” page above.
Top Right (in Champagne) - Isca Christensen: Isca has a helping heart. When searching for her calling she aimed at the greatest good she could provide. She is a huge fan of somatic movement, spirituality, and of play. She is also fascinated by how the body effects the mind and the mind effects the body. In 2022 she set out on a journey to learn how to better connect those interests through pursing education and certification as a Massage Therapist. The practice of massage has modalities dating back to early human history, spanning the globe. The inclusive scope of massage is both ancient and ever changing. She will be offering massage by appointment in early 2024, check back for more information.
Middle Left (in Gray) - Amber Warthen: An artist and mother. Amber is the artistic director of the Coven and creates the beautiful altars at all of the Community Rituals.
Middle Right (in Burgundy) - Lisa M. Johnson: Mother, grandmother, wife, sister, daughter, and friend; Lisa has had many roles in her life, but spiritually she identifies as a pagan witch and priestess-in-training (always training, always growing). Lisa has a deep love of nature and animals and appreciates the symbolic and archetypal roles animals play in our lives. She believes that we, as humans, are responsible for protecting our animal friends and she runs a small reptile and amphibian rescue with her husband. A natural-born empath, she contributes a kindheartedness and empathetic point-of-view to the Coven and is always striving to spread more kindness, joy, and light into the world.
Bottom Left (in Burgundy) - Shannon Bizzy: Musician, landscape designer, bringer of darkness and all around badass—Shannon is an intense and amazing woman who brings her all to everything she is involved in. She is also the owner of Bizzyland Gardens where all of the community rituals are held. …You can visit her website here: https://www.bizzylandgardens.com/p/home.html?m=1
Bottom Middle (in Black) - Cassandra Means: Mother, wife, educator, and lover of nature. Cassandra has been practicing magic with Rev. Dr. Pamela since2015. She is learning to dive within and working on ‘knowingthyself,’ continuing to build herself up, and workingwith archetypal energies. Although she does not work with any god(esses) she believes in being the best she can be to share her own power with the world. She loves doing magic with our young students of the craft at the community rituals and continues to spread love and light with all the young lives she works with in her daily life. She is obtaining her Education Specialist credentials to continue her work with special education children in the elementary setting.Ensuring that she has work-life balance, you might find her roaming the forest, swimming in the ocean, or wandering the desert.
Bottom Right (in Champagne) - Hilary Laurel Antur: Mother, artist, teacher, and amazing friend—based in the mountains of Southern California. Currently working in cold wax and oil, Laurel has used many different media like watercolor, inks and mixed media. Inspired by expressive arts, intermodal arts and accessing the collective unconscious, Laurel uses art as a mystical practice. Fighting the emotional numbness of our times, she uses art to connect with nature and envisions new myths for a possibly post-human world. She is a mystic and witch rooted in her observances of the natural world and integration of the mythic she sees in all that is around her. Highly involved with ritual planning and execution, she provides artistic grounding to the Coven’s internal rituals and community events. You can visit her website here: https://www.laurelantur.com/