The Nameless Arte Conference is back on 16th November 2019. We are currently in the process of selecting our speakers and stallholders to ensure our attendees have the best day possible.


Gemma lives and works in the far west of Cornwall; a land rich in ancient sites, folklore, seasonal customs and magical tradition. Gemma possesses a longstanding interest in operative ‘old style’ witchcraft, folk magic and ‘cunning’ traditions of her home landscape and beyond. She pursues a personal, animistic path, deriving her Craft from the presences, virtues and the lore of place, and is active in the revival and reification of the ways of the working witch and ‘pellar’, both in her writing and her magical practice.


David Rankine is an author, esoteric researcher and magician who lives in Glastonbury, England with his partner, artist and tattooist Rosa Laguna. He has been making major contributions to the modern occult revival since the 1980s, through lectures, workshops, presentations, articles and books. His esoteric expertise covers a wide range of topics, including the Western Esoteric Traditions, especially the Qabalah, the Grimoire tradition, Greco-Egyptian magic and Ceremonial Magic, as well as British Folklore and European Mythology.


Martin Duffy is an occultist and writer from West Sussex. In his spare time he plays fiddle and dances with a masked border morris side. He writes on the subjects of folk magic, mythology and the occult arts; in particular the manner in which they relate to traditional witch-lore and practices. His written work has appeared in the pages of The Cauldron, Clavis, and Wyrd, and he has had a number of works published by Three Hands Press. His most recent work, concerning image magic, is Effigy: Of Graven Image and Holy Idol, whilst his next concerns witchcraft and magic in his home county of Sussex.


Occultist, Mystic, Luciferian Pilgrim of the Forbidden Arts, Traditional Craft Practitioner, researcher, historian and writer of the Craft, Magic, Ancestral Tradition, particularly the Robert Cochrane Tradition, and the cultural Folk-lore and Folk-magicks of the Uk and its Northern Heritage. Spae-wife and Matriarch of The People of Goda, The Clan of Tubal Cain. Student of Anthropology, Tantra, Philosophy and the arcane ‘Other.’  Exponent of the devil and all his works through the authorship of several books that write authoritatively on the myths, gods and archetypes that imbue and inform the Cults and Crafts of Witchcraft and Folk-Traditions, from the arcane to modern times. 


Georgi Georgiev has been interested in Asian spiritual traditions for over a decade and currently is focusing his research on Shakta traditions, tribal cults and traditional medicine. 

He has completed his Masters Degree in Ayurvedic medicine and explored the area of Vajikarana and the influence of religion and spirituality on the development of the Indian medicine. He has presented his work on conferences in India and he has been recognised with number of awards from the Indian Institute of Oriental Heritage, Kolkata including the honorary Maharishi Patanjali award for his contribution, research and development of the oriental heritage.



Jon Kaneko-James is an author and researcher based in London. His works have included children’s books, articles on popular history topics, genre fiction, and historical research.

Jon’s particular research topic is historic belief in the supernatural: how people believed, what they believed and the criteria for experience. Jon has also given a number of lectures on the Supernatural in Early Modern theatre, putting the supernatural elements of 16th and 17th century plays in the context that contemporary audiences would have understood them. Jon’s current research project is examining the influence of fairy imagery on the witch trials, with a particular interest in a specific trial at the English port-town of Rye.


Tickets are now on sale HERE


£25 until 30 June

£30 thereafter


Doors will open to the public at 9 am. 

The conference will begin at 10 am, with the first speaker on stage at 10.15 am.

There will be two refreshment periods during the day and a lunch break. The last speaker will be on at 5pm for 45 minutes, which will be followed by a Q&A session. 

Doors will close at 6.30pm