There are many people who will tell you that Wicca abides by the Threefold Law. If someone tells you this, the first thing you should ask is which version of Wicca they’re talking about, and the second thing you should ask is what version of the Threefold Law they’re talking about.
So you’re writing a ritual. Staring at a blank screen or sheet of paper can be daunting. Here’s a few tips to get started.
There are many ways to call a quarter, but all of them have a common aim: to make a connection with the element.
Many people are confused or misinformed about the Wiccan degree system (including some Wiccans). The degree system is not a hierarchical structure, nor is it about keeping secrets for the sake of secrecy. It is more like an apprenticeship system.
Lots of witchy books this month: I re-read City of Refuge by Starhawk; read Making Witches by Barbara Rieti, and I’m halfway through The Witch’s Athame by Jason Mankey.
I have created some new products for the inclusive Wicca shop on Zazzle. All profits will go to the First Nations Family and Children’s Caring Society.
(be sure to change the link to your own country to get the best deals on shipping and postage)
An important statement from some members of the Gardnerian Wicca community:
I affirm and agree to the above statement.
I’m still seeing people assuming that all Wiccans are duotheists. In my experience, this is simply not the case.
Books I’ve read in March. Only two – I must have been spending too much time reading Guardian articles and WordPress blogposts (not to mention spending far too much time on Twitter and Instagram).
Happy Transgender Day of Visibility to all transgender, nonbinary, genderfluid, and genderqueer people.