Crossroads Metaphysical Store, nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, only 10 minutes east of Folsom and 10 minutes west of Placerville, in Shingle Springs, California (Highway 50) is owned and operated by Eric & Katrina Rasbold.
Crossroads offers handmade magical supplies, created in house by the owners, as well as handmade products made by our wonderful artisan vendors, all of whom are carefully chosen by the owners. We also offer ongoing classes and events, many of which are free (donations welcome).
Normally, Crossroads is open from 12:00 (noon) – 8:00 pm Wednesday through Sunday, closed on Monday and Tuesday. Crossroads is now closed indefinitely until the Shelter In Place order is lifted regarding the Coronavirus.
We continue to offer many of our products and services online and by remote to our wonderful clients. Some of our classes and events now live stream via Zoom and Youtube.
Please explore the website to see how we can be a part of your spiritual process during this challenging time.
4045 Sunset Lane, Unit D,
Shingle Springs, CA 95682
Contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Owners
Eric and Katrina Rasbold have been active in the Sacramento Pagan community for more than twenty years and are founding board members of North Western Circles Association, the host of the annual PanGaia Festival. Prior to that, they worked on the Sacramento Celtic Faery Festival, Sacramento Pagan Pride, and hosted countless open rituals in the area.
Katrina is the author of more than thirty-five books, all available on Amazon.com and ten of which, she wrote with Eric. Her newest book, The Sacred Art of Brujeria, releases through Llewellyn worldwide in June 2020 and she is contracted for a project still under development with Llewellyn to release the following year.
The Rasbold studied multiple aspects of magic, religion, and the paranormal all over the world, including Korea, the Marianas islands, Mexico, England, and throughout the United States.
They previously owned and operated “Two Sisters Botanica” in Roseville, California and are a popular booth at Sacramento area festivals. They lectured at Pantheacon for six years and at various other local events for more than two decades.