Resurrection Talent, LLC Presents Dia De Los Muertos Paranormal Conference
Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
Resurrection Talent, LLC Presents "Dia De Los Muertos Paranormal Conference on All Souls' Day weekend where we will dance with the goddess Mictecacihuatl, the goddess, known as "Lady of the Dead" while we celebrate the life and death and honoring the memories of the spirits that reside at the Emily Morgan Hotel.
To start the festivities, there will be an opening ceremony done in indigenous tradition. Following the opening ceremony, there will be paranormal exhibitions, performances, lectures, face painters, ghost tours, a VIP paranormal investigation along with an array of vendors from ALL over to add to this celebration.
Private VIP Paranormal Investigation with Debby and Mark Constantino at the Emily Morgan from 12::30am to 3:30am~ Tickets will be sold at the entrance of the event at the Emily Morgan day of the event. $100.00 per person.*LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE*
Private VIP Paranormal Investigation with Barry and Brad Klinge with special guest investigators Andy and Michelle Coppock at the Historic Ghost Town of Helena from 10:00pm to 4:00am~ Tickets will be sold at the entrance of the event at the Emily Morgan day of the event. $100.00 per person.
*LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE*
Masters of Ceremony~ Featured on "Ghost Adventures" and "My Ghost Story," Angelka Rogers and Viktor Salazar
Mark and Debbie Constantino~ Paranormal research team specializing in EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena.) As seen on Ghost Adventures
Ken Gerhard~ Monster Hunter - Cryptozoologist
Richard Contreras and Mario Contreras~ Paranormal Investigator and Demonologist
The Klinge Brothers~ Hit tv show "Ghost Lab"
Patrick Burns~ Paranormal Researcher, Author, Lecture, was guest judge on two episodes of the Travel Channels "Paranormal Challenge," TruTV’s (formerly CourtTV’s) Haunting Evidence, CNN, Headline News, TBS, Hollywood Insider, Entertainment Tonight,Fox and Friends, Catherine Cryer Live, and many more.
Marley Gibson~ Paranormal Huntress, Author, Lecturer, owner and creator of the "DagNabIt Dolls."
Scott Gruenwald~ Paranormal Investigator, Comedian, Radio Show Host and investigative Reporter on Travel Channel's hit tv show Paranormal Paparazzi
Amy Trimble~ Photographer, GAC Paranormal Investigator
Russell Rush~ Emmy award winning radio and television host, Executive Producer and Host, "Haunted Tour"
Nini Grace~ Clairvoyant Medium, Paranormal Investigator
Rev. Tommy J. Bowers~ Spiritual and Ancient teaching on Deliverance, Paranormal Investigator
Jason Musgrove~ The Outer Edge
Kevin Bryan & Justin Erik~ Fort Worth Paranormal, Paranormal Investigators, Lecturers and Radio Show Hosts
Jo Johnson~ Paranormal Investigator and Lecturer
Jen Devillier~ Psychic Medium, Spiritual Teacher, Author, Lecturer and Paranormal Investigator
Zombie Response Team
Museum Of Weird
We look forward to seeing everyone there!!!
History has it that more than 500 years ago, when the Spanish Conquistadors landed in what is now Mexico, they encountered natives practicing a ritual that seemed to mock death.
It was a ritual the indigenous people had been practicing at least 3,000 years. A ritual the Spaniards would try unsuccessfully to eradicate. A ritual known today as Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. The ritual is celebrated in Mexico and certain parts of the United States.
Although the ritual has since been merged with Catholic theology, it still maintains the basic principles of the Aztec ritual, such as the use of skulls.
Today, people don wooden skull masks called calacas and dance in honor of their deceased relatives. The wooden skulls are also placed on altars that are dedicated to the dead. Sugar skulls, made with the names of the dead person on the forehead, are eaten by a relative or friend, according to Mary J. Adrade, who has written three books on the ritual.
The Aztecs and other Meso-American civilizations kept skulls as trophies and displayed them during the ritual. The skulls were used to symbolize death and rebirth.
The skulls were used to honor the dead, whom the Aztecs and other Meso-American civilizations believed came back to visit during the month long ritual.
Unlike the Spaniards, who viewed death as the end of life, the natives viewed it as the continuation of life. Instead of fearing death, they embraced it. To them, life was a dream and only in death did they become truly awake.
*LINE UP IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
When & Where
Resurrection Talent, LLC
Resurrection Talent, LLC, a professional talent agency, which provides a list of clients tailored to fit your event. We specialize in the paranormal, horror, psychic/metaphysical, motivational entertainment and more. RT’s clients have years of experience in public speaking, paranormal investigations and public relations.
RT’s other specialties are creating events for others and hosting our own. Events can and have been done at haunted houses, asylums, mills, hospitals and other paranormal hotspots. RT strives for greatness and excellence in everything we do to ensure quality that is always remembered to keep you coming back for more.