Séances, Workshops in Austin, San Antonio & Houston

The Fall Edition of The Austin Séance Quarterly Journal is out NOW, but there’s still time to subscribe.

Our Halloween season begins this month with séance sessions and workshops in San Antonio, Austin and Houston. Most tickets are on sale now. Check our our ticket page here to see what’s cooking.

In the meantime, here are some highlights:

  • On Friday, October, Oct. 7, we conduct a séance at San Antonio’s  Villa Finale: Museum and Gardens, the beautiful Victorian-style mansion bequeathed to the public by the late Walter Mathis.  Get tickets by calling Villa Finale guest services at (215) 223-9800.
  • On Friday, Oct. 14, we head out to Houston for a psychometry workshop at Wormwood & Vine, 1802 Yale Street. Call  713-269-8312 for tickets, or click this link.
  • On Saturday, Oct. 15, we return to Austin’s Minx+Muse Studio, 605 W 37th Street. We’ve conducted plenty of sessions previously at the Minx+Muse and we find the venue utterly delightful. You can find a ticket link for our 6:30 p.m. sitting here and a ticket link for our 9:30 p.m. sitting here. 
  • On Sunday morning, Oct. 16, we’ll be back at the Minx+Muse, but this time for a joint tasseography and psychometry workshop.  You can find tickets here.
  • On Sunday, Oct. 23, we’ll conduct a talking board workshop during the Samhain Faire sponsored by Yarrow & Sage. We’ll be on the stage, at the Far Out Lounge. 8504 S Congress Ave. Get tickets here.
  • On Thursday, Oct. 27, we return to The Vortex,  2307 Manor Road in West Austin, and will remain there for the Halloween week. As always, we’ll be gathering in the spooky Pony Shed.  Subscribers to The Austin Séance Quarterly Journal  through our Patreon service can receive a discount code for tickets to these sessions. You can find links to sign up here. Find tickets for the Vortex sittings, go here.

The fall edition of The Austin Séance Quarterly Journal Is out now!

The fall edition of The Austin Séance Quarterly Journal  is out now. In it, you’ll find articles on famous occultists Emily S. French, Margery Crandon and Pietro d’Abano. There’s also a cool article about the intersection of technological artifacts and occult history in the museum world and another article about the Glass Coffin: Vampire Parlour, an Austin  goth-themed gift shop.

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