The Victory of Light Expo Brings Psychics, Healers and Paranormal Investigators to the Sharonville Convention Center

This fest is for the mind, body and spirit

click to enlarge Ron Esposito will be at the Victory of Light Expo - PHOTO: PROVIDED
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Ron Esposito will be at the Victory of Light Expo

The thing about a psychic festival is, even if you aren’t certain whether you’ll attend, some of the people there already know.

The Victory of Light Expo is a gathering of 300 readers, healers and vendors at the Sharonville Convention Center, presenting 90 seminars that explore the spiritual, paranormal and metaphysical fields.

Kim Sykes, a marketer for the event, says that people are often intrigued by depictions of the paranormal in movies and television, but the event allows them to experience these elements as a normal part of life. 

"People are relating more and more to the category 'spiritual but not religious, and the expo provides the seminars to help connect people to the spiritual sides of their lives," she says. "There is a longing and need for this in our society as a whole."

Featured guests include Chief Golden Light Eagle, who will discuss his knowledge of 12th and 13th dimensional star knowledge; Rosemary Ellen Guiley, an author slated to discuss her understanding of an interdimensional paraphysical sasquatch; and plenty of other mediums, naturopaths, astrologists and aura photographers.

10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 17) and Sunday (Nov. 18). $15 single day, $25 weekend pass. Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Road, Sharonville,         

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