Please be aware that Lore de Angeles was known by the first name Ly, for the majority of life, prior to their official release from an enforced and deceptive ownership that was only rescinded in December 2020 in the NSW Supreme Cort of Australia.

Public Gatherings & Experiential Workshops

Magic, Myth and Mystery, 2019


Rivers in the Skin, Tasmania, Australia
Roadkill in a Once Upon a Time Forest
Death and Animism


ly de angeles-reading by Talitha Waltrfang
Image by Talitha Waterfang

Rivers in the Skin (also called Blue People)
Evolve Festival, Nelson and The Homeland, Motueka, Aeotearoa.


Image courtesy Vikkhi

The Skellig | A Shapeshifter Tale
Book Launch.
Muses of Mystery Occult Shop, Nicholas Building, Melbourne


Book Launch Initiation | a Memoir. 
Rubex Warehouse, Melbourne
With thanks to the artists.


Byron Shire Echo Article

Byron Bay Spirit Festival – Interview
Rivers in the Skin (Blue People)
Indigenous Elder Panel
“The Byron Spirit Festival is hugely excited to be presenting the unique insights of Ly de Angeles, back in her former homeland, in a two-part in-depth workshop.” Byron Shire Echo.