6:30 - 9:30pm
Comfort Suites Hotel & Banquets
835 Route 52
Fishkill, NY 12524
Join us for a very special evening gallery with Amy C Wilson of Other Worldly Waxes and Whatever. Amy will connect with loved ones who have crossed the veil and convey messages that she is given from the Spirit Realm.
Our Mediumship Gallery and cocktail hour follow our Psychic Fair & Mystic Market at 6:30pm, and tickets are required to participate. $90 includes cocktail hour with hors d'ouvres and drink tickets, the gallery,and access to our vendors who will still be set up well into the evening. Tickets must be purchased in advance. (Over 18 only, please).
Amy C Wilson is a celebrated Spiritual Medium, Psychometrist and practitioner of the Magickal Arts. She is a teacher of Witchcraft, gifted healer, psychic reader and long-time Witch. Amy is much sought-after for her Energy Work and has contributed her impressions in missing persons cases.
Amy has worked in various New York City occult stores for over 25 years, specializing in healing others through Candle Magick. She is presently the proprietress of Other Worldly Waxes, an online and brick-and-mortar magickal apothecary located in Beacon, New York, that features magickal oils and incenses for spell-work, and custom-dressed and ritually charged spell candles for both online customers and her private clientele.
Highly knowledgeable on myriad occult and mystical topics, Amy is a gifted teacher of the Magickal Arts and Witchcraft. She regularly holds live classes at her apothecary and lectures at local venues on topics such as Magick, Energy Work and the Spirit Realm.
Amy holds a Round Table discussion every month, delving into various life topics from a metaphysical perspective, the goal of which being the positive transmutation of personal energy.
She is the voice behind the Reluctant Spiritualist, that she created to help people become more conscious of harmful thought patterns which impede them from living to their fullest potential.
Most recently, she adds to her accomplishments the role of guest lecturer at the famed Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York.