The Victory of Light Expo, The Greater Cincinnati region’s premier psychic convention broke attendance records last November, placing the expo as one of largest and longest-running metaphysical conventions in the country. With 230 exhibitors and 65 seminars on an array of metaphysical, paranormal and holistic topics, the Expo returns to the Sharonville Convention Center on Sat., Apr. 5-6.
Making few appearances at the event will be acclaimed spiritual and psychic leaders including Lou Ackermann, (Saturday at 1:00 p.m.) who will share knowledge earned from over a half century of spiritual counseling, and Kenn Day (Sunday at 1:00 p.m.) a professional Shaman who will be signing his new, best-selling book, Post Tribal Shamanism: A New Look at the Old Ways.
As a spiritual counselor, Ackermann, at 78, has had a long and renowned career in Cincinnati. Many newspaper and magazine articles have reported her accuracy. With over 30 years of experience, Day administrates in-depth training in Post-Tribal Shamanism internationally. His new book examines connecting with ancestors, shamanic journey techniques, spiritual healing and more. It is currently #1 on the Amazon U.K. Shamanic Best Sellers list and #2 in the U.S. market.
“Interest in mediumship, the paranormal, psychic abilities and holistic approaches to wellness such as meditation, continues to grow, and in response, Victory of Light continues to provide enlightened information about these topics from well-known experts,” said Victor Paruta, Expo founder and executive director, psychic medium, who staged his first expo in 1992. “The expo also provides a safe, positive environment for those who would like to experience a psychic reading or healing.”
As one of the largest events held at the Sharonville Convention Center, the expo includes 65 seminars covering astrology, past lives, angels, ghosts and hauntings, psychic development, holistic health & wellness and mediumship. Presented at seven seminars both days, are psychic readings for the audience, including Paruta’s well known “Ask a Psychic” presentation on Sun. at 2 p.m.
One hundred vendors offer crystals and gemstones, jewelry (including Inca and Huichol Indian designs), art, fashion, books, ghost hunting supplies, Tibetan Singing Bowls, and all natural wellness products. Personal readings and healings from psychic mediums and holistic practitioners will be offered. As a family-friendly event, face painting, aura photography, henna tattoos, live music and belly dancing performances take place throughout the weekend. Healthy food and beverage choices are also available for purchase.