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Why Initiation Made Me Love Solitary Wicca

by Star Foster

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Even if my initiation wasn’t oathbound, I still really couldn’t tell you about it. Some human experiences can’t be effectively communicated. I’d imagine giving birth or losing a loved one to a wasting disease are good examples of those kinds of experiences. You can talk about them all you want, but . . . → Read More: Why Initiation Made Me Love Solitary Wicca

Reflections on Outer Grove

“Why we teach what we teach” (by some of the gang who were there and did that thing)

Outer Grove, as here discussed, was (and is) a long-running series of weekly classes taught to Pagan seekers in various cities in the western parts of America and Canada. There was no particular reason for this geographic . . . → Read More: Reflections on Outer Grove

The 10 Big Beginner Wicca Mistakes and Pitfalls

The 10 Big Beginner Mistakes and Pitfalls Craft Basics By: Keitha (FireWind) href=”http://www.glasstemple.com/basics/index.php?conjure=topten_pitfalls”target=”_blank”>The Glass Temple

You’ve made them, I’ve made them, we’ve all seen them.. the dreaded ‘beginner fluffy bunny mistakes’. These are the common mistakes that all beginners make at some point and other Wiccans groan at. These are the pitfalls that we have . . . → Read More: The 10 Big Beginner Wicca Mistakes and Pitfalls

Coven Offices

Coven Offices

Leadership in a mixed coven:

High Priestess – Coordinates ritual leadership, counseling, teaching, and administration duties, in company with the High Priest. Chief representative of the Goddess energies at rituals. Badge of office: crescent Moon crown or coronet of candles. High Priest – See above. Chief representative of the God energies at rituals. . . . → Read More: Coven Offices

Coven Leadership

Coven Leadership

Looking at yourself before you go a step further, take a good long look at your desires, motivation and skills. What role do you see yourself playing in this new group? “Ordinary” member? Democratic facilitator? High Priestess? And if the last — why do you want the job?

The title of High Priestess . . . → Read More: Coven Leadership

The Laws

The Laws

YOUR HIGH PRIESTESS

In the Magic Circle, the words, commands and wishes of the High Priestess are Law. She is the earthly representative of our gracious Goddess. She is to be obeyed and respected in all things. She is our Lady and, above all others, a Queen in the highest sense of the . . . → Read More: The Laws