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As a highly experienced witch, I have a wealth of knowledge and I want to share it with you!I have written several books and have created a range of products to help you learn and grow through the empowerment of witchcraft and paganism. You can also book some one on one time with me through a consultation or join a workshop or retreat.

Stacey has written several books and created a range of products to help you learn and grow through the empowerment of witchcraft. You can also get some one on one time with Stacey through her consults or join a workshop or retreat.

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Who is The Modern Witch?

Stacey Demarco is an internationally respected spiritual pagan practitioner, Witch, author and activist who hails from Sydney, Australia.

Her passion is to make practical magic accessible to everyone and to reconnect people with the power of nature.

Her down-to-earth yet scholastic spiritual style and her skill at weaving ancient techniques to solve modern problems, make her popular amongst clients and a regular contributor upon all things spiritual across television, radio and other media.

Stacey Demarco was born by the beach and counts her first friends as dogs, cats and those crazy little lizards that run around your back garden. Her mother once described her as a child as “forever asking questions unless she was in nature and then she was becalmed, for a time. Then, the questions start over. Sigh”.

A former successful corporate animal, she has worked for multinational companies in senior marketing and PR roles until she decided to transition into her purpose- that of being a “catalyst for change”.

Once described by the Australian mainstream financial press as the ‘Thinking Woman’s Witch,’ she is the author of three best selling books on earth-based spirituality including the classic “Witch in the Boardroom” in its third edition. Her beautiful annual Lunar & Seasonal Diary (for both Southern and Northern Hemispheres) are eagerly awaited each year. Stacey’s books with Jade-Sky, “The No Excuses Guide to Soul Mates” and “The No Excuses Guide to Discovering your Purpose” are Australian top sellers and now released internationally. She released the world’s first lunar and spellcraft app -expected for someone who is ‘the modern witch!”

A long time lover and scholar of the mythos of the feminine and masculine divine, her first set of Oracle cards “Gods & Titans”, illustrated by award-winning artist Jimmy Manton was released early 2011 and her second set, “Goddesses & Sirens” were released in October 2011 in Australia with a US release in 2013. Reflecting her love of nature, her “Earth Power- An Atlas for the Soul” was released world-wide in 2014 and the stunning “Halloween Oracle” is her latest work. Her next book, “The Disconnect” will be released early 2015.

She has appeared on countless television and radio programmes and in many mainstream magazines. She was the Metaphysicist on the hit TV series, ‘The One”. She has a number of very popular and somewhat controversial social media pages including Facebook and her “Natureluster” website & blog. Her grassroots activist group ‘The 5000’ organizes fundraisers for various animal and environmental causes and beach cleanups, amongst other activities. She lectures, holds workshops and Wild Souls Retreats and consults within Australia and around the world.

She is a proud pagan (pagan means earth-honouring), active in the community, and passionate about bringing the magic of nature to everyone, especially those who sit in offices all day.

Stacey still lives by the sea (and still asks loads of questions) but now on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, with her husband (a doctor) and animal companions. She is an avid adventure traveller, natureluster, trekker, horsewoman, loves messing around with photography and astronomy and is a very average skier and surfer; the latter which she has now fully accepted that there will be no great improvement. Ever.

Join me on www.facebook/staceydemarco or Stacey Demarco on Twitter.

For more information or bookings please contact:

Richard Martin-RCM Management
Mobile: +61 (0) 400345113
Email : Richard@rcmmanagement.com

I think you can learn a lot about someone through asking them a selection of quick questions. Here are the answers I recently gave a journalist and I think it gives a snapshot of who I am:

Click here for a Q&A with Stacey:

Q:My earliest memory is…
A: Being shown my brother shortly after his birth. He had no eyebrows and looked ridiculously big. He was 11 pounds.
Q:At school I…
A:was a geek.
Q:My first relationship was…
A:with a lizard in my backyard.
Q:I feel most inspired…
A:in nature.
Q:I don’t like talking about…
A:being “spiritual”, dude.
Q:My most treasured possession is…
A:my curiosity.
Q:My father always told me…
A:to oil my skin and watch out for Noahs (sharks) when I surf.
Q:I wish I had…
A:learnt to ride horses as a child. It would have saved me a lot of fear later.
Q:I wish I hadn’t…
A:given up the javelin.
Q:My most humiliating moment…
A: accidentally dropping a swear word whilst speaking to a large audience. I meant to say “Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt”. I didn’t say Hunt.
Q:My happiest moment…
A:when I realised I was the leader of my own life.
Q:At home I cook…
A:cauldrons of soup.
Q:My last meal would be…
A:unnecessary. I would take a last horse ride instead.
Q:My favourite gadget is…
A:a brulee torch. You can light candles in a gale with one of those beauties.
Q:I’m very bad at…
A:mathematics. I think I’m numerically dyslexic. Really.
Q:When I was a child I wanted…
A:to be Batman.
Q:The book that changed my life is…
A:”Women who Run with Wolves” by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Q:It’s not fashionable, but I love…
A:the library.
Q:Friends say I am…
A:a Valkyrie.
Q:The song I’d like played at my funeral is…
A:played by a mariachi band.
Q:My greatest fear is…
A:having regrets.
Q:If only I could…
A:speak many languages.
Q:The hardest thing I’ve ever done was…
A:start my first book and transition out of a well paid but off-purpose corporate life.
Q:The last big belly laugh I had was…
A:at yoga. It was a tough move. Someone farted.
Q:What I don’t find amusing…
A:fundamentalism of any kind, deliberate ignorance and the belief that humans are the ultimate and therefore can trash every other living thing at will.
Q:I’m always being asked…
A:how did you become a Witch?
Q:Cat or dog?
A:Both. My cats may poison my food and my dogs may pull me in front of a truck if I play favourites.
Q:If I wasn’t me I’d like to be…
A:Indiana Jones.
Q:At the moment I’m listening to…
A:My husband singing in the shower and my cats purring.
Q:My favourite work of art is…
A:the Nike of Somorthrace (440BC). See her in Le Louvre in Paris.
Q:My worst job was…
A:working for a drunken megalomaniac.
Q:I often wonder…
A:what is the speed of dark?

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