Juliet Rania is a writer, performance artist and ritualist located in NY. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and Anthropology from New School University and a Master’s Degree in Women’s History from Sarah Lawrence College. She is the founder of The Source, a community located in Woodstock, New York.
She has lectured and performed at various venues throughout New York including the U.N. General Assembly, Barnard College, Cathedral St. John the Divine, New York Open Center, Omega Institute, Three Jewels Foundation, Sacred Arts Research and Deepak Chopra Home Base at ABC Carpet and Home.
She teaches Sufi spiritual technologies as a representative of the Nur Ashki Jerrahi Sufi Order such as chanting, whirling and frame drumming both privately and in groups. 

Juliet is also a ritual leader in the Italian Shamanic tradition of the Black Virgin and has apprenticed under Alessandra Belloni for over a decade. She is presenting on the spider as symbiont at TTT2023: Taboo, Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science Conference at the Malta Society for the Arts in September 2023.

She is a member of Bio Art Coven, led by the scientist and artist Whitefeather Hunter. Bioart Coven is an international collective of artists, activists and hackers; witches, witchcraft enthusiasts and feminists; scientists, researchers and healthcare workers—all of whom gather around a powerful, niche set of sociopolitical interests. Her writing can be found in Liminal Literary Magazine, as well as forthcoming publications.

Juliet is also a vocalist and percussionist in several ensembles including NY Arabic Orchestra and as co-founder of Persian Music Ensemble.


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