About me

Hi!

I’m Karlesha Silverros.  Some of you may also know me by my mundane name, Amy Brown. Others still may know me as Annora De Sellaire, the name I use in the Society for Creative Anachronism.

I’m a pagan who has been practicing magic and doing spiritual work for over 25 years.  It’s been a long journey for me through paganism and pagan studies, but it’s been a very rewarding one. When I first started my pagan journey, I identified as a Shaman exclusively. Later, I identified as Wiccan, going so far as being given a 2nd degree and later serving as a high priestess of my own coven.  During that time I worked with many other wiccans and teachers that would frequently call on Gods and Goddesses within different pantheons and cultures, mixing and matching as necessary (and always with respect) to make their own eclectic versions of religion.  And while I wouldn’t trade my experiences for the world, I recognize those titles and labels now don’t fully represent who I am.  However they are all pieces of my ‘spiritual toolbox’ that I pull out from time to time in order to work on something now.

My ancestry is German, Irish/Anglo Saxon, Native American and French.  And I find that my own personal pagan path today is just as mixed as my ancestry.  I have sworn oaths to both Loki and Odin, and I also work with a personal prayer pipe as well as other various forms of Divinity and nature spirits.

I currently feel my biggest role in serving the community is as a message bringer.  I am an intuitive, empath and use these gifts significantly as a professional Tarot reader.  I also am a Reiki Master, a system that I frequently merge with my other work.

Thanks for stopping by!

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1 thought on “About me”

  1. I look forward to reading more of your stories. I think religion is a lot like food, in that I prefer it when the taste isn’t uniformly consistent. Like any other work of art, you need the interactions of different elements to make it interesting enough to look at. A wall painted in one color is not art, the uniform taste of everything coming out of a fast food service is hardly cooking, and a religious background that has never known variety or alteration can offer little in the kind of development and journey that marks a great spiritual narrative 🙂

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