Sandra Mariah Wright - A Featured Presenter with HexFest 2022

Presented by Brian Cain, Christian Day
and the Witches of New Orleans

Sandra Mariah Wright

Sandra Mariah Wright is a prominent Salem Witch and a dedicated High Priestess of the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft who uses her magic and psychic insight to offer the guidance and wisdom of the old ways to those around her. Her books “Reading the Leaves: An Intuitive Guide to the Ancient Art and Modern Magic of Tea Leaf Divination” and "Lighting the Wick: An Intuitive Guide to the Ancient Art and Modern Magic of Candles" co-authored with Leanne Marrama, were published by Penguin Random House and signed copies will be available for purchase at her Gallows Hill Witchery vending table, along with her handmade charms and talismans, gorgeous sterling silver jewelry, palm stones, and other treasures.

Sandra created “Death and Rebirth: Ritual Transformation” for Salem's annual Festival of the Dead. She is also a Bard, singing lead in both her bands Eleventh Hour and Go Your Own Way, raising her powerful voice to honor the ancient Gods and Goddesses in circle. Her family’s estate stands on Gallows Hill in Salem, where 19 people were hanged for the charge of Witchcraft. The voices of the accused called to Sandra, who discovered her talent for magic in her early teens. She and her husband and High Priest Kevin run Elphame, an Alexandrian coven in Salem. She has appeared on The Travel Channel, Showtime, and Dish Network in addition to being featured in The Boston Globe, North Shore Sunday, and The Salem News.

Visit Sandra Mariah Wright online at

Sandra Mariah Wright has a table in our Vending Area!

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Workshops for 2022

Salem Witch Spills the Tea: Tea Leaf Reading Multimedia
Saturday, Aug 13, 1:30pm
St Joseph Salon [map]

Playing with Fire: Scrying and Spellwork with Candles Multimedia
Saturday, Aug 13, 5:00pm
St Joseph Salon [map]

Awakening the Crystal Skulls Multimedia
Sunday, Aug 14, 1:30pm
St Joseph Salon [map]

Multimedia = Multipedia Workshop

Full Schedule