Paganism ~ Pantheism ~ Earth Worship
Wiccans/Druids and More
Paganism ~ Contemporary Paganism ~ Nature Religion ~ Western Esotericism
Charge of the Goddess
"Let my worship be within the heart that rejoices,
for behold, all acts of love and pleasure are my rituals.
Therefore, let there be beauty and strength,
power and compassion, honor and humility,
mirth and reverence within you."
Northwest Magic Conference
Must Be The Season Of The Witch
Laurie Cabot - Official Witch of Salem
Cabot Tradition of the Science of Witchcraft
Witches' League for Public Awareness
Fellowship of Isis Official Website
started by Olivia Robertson
Fellowship of Isis Wikipedia Entry
Witchcraft - Britannica.com ~ Witchcraft - Wikipedia
Apples and Orangutans: Traditional Witchcraft vs. Wicca
Pagan Spring Master Diploma Work Dramaturgy 5 Minute Video
Pagan powers within the Roman Empire sought to maintain and re-establish Paganism into the seat of the Emperor
Arbogast and Julian the Apostate
John of Nikiû said with the death of Hypatia the Christians had expelled the last remnant of pagan idolatry.
Some say Hypatia was the first famous "Witch" punished under Christian authority.
Malleus Maleficarum (The Hammer of Witches) INFO HERE AND Sacred-Text Archive Full Text Here is one of the most famous medieval treatises on witches. It was written in 1486 by Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger, and was first published in Germany in 1487. Its main purpose was to challenge all arguments against the existence of witchcraft and to instruct magistrates on how to identify, interrogate and convict witches.
This is an excellent documentary titled War on Witches (2013) Hulu which chronicles The Witch Mania of King James I who wrote DÆMONOLOGIE by KING JAMES the FIRST (1597), Agnes Sampson. the Pendle Witches, The Lancashire Witches ( Internet Archive Text ), Matthew Hopkins “The Witch-Finder General” and more.
Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall
Gerald Brosseau Gardner "Father of Wicca"
Bio @ Wikipedia
Bio @ Controverscial.Com
Bio @ Mythica
Gerald Gardner Website
The Gardnerian Book of Shadows
The Witches Mill, Castletown Isle of Man by G. B. Gardner
Witchcraft Today (PDF - 404 KB) by Gerald B. Gardner @ Hermetic.Com
Books of Gerald Gardner @ Sacred-Text Archive
The Wica (website)
A Very British Witchcraft (Full): Documentary on Gerald Gardner & Wicca
Britain’s Wicca Man Documentary
“A New and Greater Pagan Cult: Gerald Gardner & Ordo Templi Orientis Gardnerian Wicca's rituals and connection to Aleister Crowley
BBC Article Gerald Gardner: Legacy of the 'father of witchcraft
Behind the shadows of Gerald B. Gardner, lurks Dion Fortune. Unappreciated during her own time she was perhaps his lesser-known equal, working quietly behind the scenes she developed her own tradition and was unconcerned with the need for publicity. Dion was a respected psychiatrist, occultist and author who approached magick and hermetic concepts from the perspectives of Jung and Freud. She was a prolific occult writer of novels and non-fiction books, an adept in ceremonial magick and a pioneer psychiatrist on religious thought in occultism.
Dion Fortune Biography
Society of the Inner Light founded by Dion Fortune
Servants of the Light School of Occult Science
A GODDESS ARRIVES:THE NOVELS OF DION FORTUNE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GARDNERIAN WITCHCRAFT by CHAS S. CLIFTON
The Occult Novels of Dion Fortune by Alex Sumner
Dion Fortune - In the Golden Dawn Tradition
Margaret Murray was a prominent English Egyptologist, archaeologist, anthropologist, and folklorist. The first female to be appointed as a lecturer in archaeology in the United Kingdom. The first woman to publicly unwrap a mummy in 1908. Murray's Witch-Cult theories would provide the blueprint for the Contemporary Pagan religion of Wicca.
Margaret Murray @ Witchcraft and Witches.com
Margaret Murray Wikipedia
Margaret Murray @ Controverscial.com
The Witch Cult in Western Europe  Text @ Sacred-Text Archives The Works of Margaret Murray
"Doreen Valiente was perhaps one of the most respected English witches to have influenced the modern day movement of Witchcraft. She was an early initiate and High Priestess of Gerald Gardner and did much to co-write with him the basic rituals and other materials that helped to changed and shaped contemporary Witchcraft as it is perceived today. As Gerald Gardner is now commonly thought of as the "Father" of contemporary Witchcraft, so Doreen is known affectionately as the "Mother"."
Doreen Valiente Biography
Margot Susanna Adler was an American author, journalist, lecturer, Wiccan priestess. Her book Drawing Down the Moon is considered by some a watershed in American Neopagan circles, as it provided the first comprehensive look at modern nature-based religions in the US.
Margot Adler Wikipedia
Drawing Down the Moon Wikipedia
Drawing Down The Moon for Kindle
Starhawk's Memorial for Margot Adler
Patricia Crowther is considered one of the “early mothers” of the Wiccan religion.
Patricia Crowther @ Mythica
Raymond Buckland has been actively involved in metaphysics and the occult for fifty years and has writing about it for nearly thirty years. He is the author of more than sixty books.
Raymond Buckland @ Controverscial.com
Raymond Buckland @ Witchcraft and Witches.com
Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft Full
Books @ Llewellyn.com
Witchcraft Yesterday and Today - Raymond Buckland Film ( 59:30 )
Witchcraft from the Inside - a conversation with Raymond Buckland Film ( 1:57:52 )
The Fool's Journey
History of Tarot Wik
Pamela Coleman (Pixie) Smith
Frieda Harris occultist/artist designer of Crowley's Thoth Tarot Deck
Llewellyn Books and Info on Taort
Arthur Edward Waite
The Pictorial Key to the Tarot HTML with Images
The Hermetic Tarot
Learn the Tarot Free Online Course
Saint Sarahalso known as Sara-la-Kali
is the patron saint of the Romani people
a leading authority on the Romani people (Gypsies)
Empirical Evidence and Paganism
Religious Naturalism ~ Humanistic Paganism
The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall ~ Blog ~ On the Blackchair
The Warrens Occult Museum ~ Article
Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft
MAGICUM Magic Museum Berlin
< SALEM MASS >
Salem Witch Museum (at this moment their site is down 2/14/2015)
Witch Dungeon Museum ~ Witch History Museum ~ The Witch House
Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers
Witches of the Craft: Witchcraft for the 21st Century
Good Reference Sites and Blogs on Paganism, Wicca, Witchcraft and General Occultism
Witchcraft and Witches.com
JASANAS: The Journal of Alternative Spiritualities and New Age Studies publishes scholarly articles on alternative spiritualities and New Age studies.
Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR)
The Pagan Federation
The Witches’ Voice ~ Create an account at The Witches Voice
Circle Sanctuary: a non-profit Nature Spirituality center serving Wiccan, Shamanic, Goddess, Druidic, Celtic Mystic, and other Pagan folk worldwide.
Covenant of the Goddess: an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners.
Temple Of Our Heathen Gods
Temple of Witchcraft
The Society for Creative Anachronism
The Wica (website)
Sher Institute of Astrology & Metaphysics
Sacred Magick Esoteric Library
Index to The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets by Barbara G. Walker PDF
Paranormal Research Society (PRS)
Journeying To The Goddess
There are some who find comfort in the shadows,
Who strive to comprehend the mysteries,
Who find solace in the silence of a winter night,
Who sing softly to the crone.
We are the Dark Pagans, children of the Dark Mother.
There Is Nothing Evil In Nature
Dark Paganis 101 YouTube Video ( 4:31 )
Augustine ~ On Evil
An Exploration of Dark Paganism @ Waning Moon
Dark Paganism as a Spiritual Path - Fact vs. Fiction From Legion of Pagans
Out of the Shadows: An Exploration of Dark Paganism and Magick by John J Coughlin PDF
Dark paganism? ReligiousForums.com
Left Hand Paths Wikipedia
Following are generalized Google searches for some key words of Natural (low) Magick **
Sympathetic Magic Wikipedia >> Sympathetic Magic Mystica
Binding Magick ~ Candle Magick ~ Crystal/Stone Magick ~ Dream Magick ~ Elemental Magick ~ Glamour Magick ~ Herbal Magick ~ Knot Magick ~ Healing Magick ~ Poppet Magick ~ Protection Magick ~ Sex Magick ~ Weather Magick
A TRUE HISTORY OF WITCHCRAFT by Allen Greenfield
Sarah Anne Lawless sacred artist and folk herbalist
New Order of Druids
of, relating to, or inhabiting the woods consisting of or abounding in woods or trees
It is given by Olodumare to everything - gods, ancestors, spirits, humans, animals, plants, rocks, rivers, and voiced words such as songs, prayers, praises, curses, or even everyday conversation.
** Qi ** Prana ** Odic Force ** Orgone ** Mana
Orenda is an Iroquois name for a spiritual power inherent in people and their environment.
** Mana **
In Old Norse was a type of sorcery which was practiced by Viking
Rosaleen Norton Australia's Favourite Witch
was an author, artist, co-founder and high priestess of the Fellowship of Isis
The FOI is a multi-faith, multi-racial, and multi-cultural organization,
and despite worshipping pagan deities, does not consider itself to be a Neopagan faith.
The Star Of Life (The Pentagram)
Tree Lore: Apple ~ Iounn
Witch Museum Liquidation Ad in FATE Magazine (Nov 1981) with Gerald Gardner and Baphomet
Psychic, Intuitive, Medium: What's the Difference?
Casting a Magick Circle
God (male deity)
History of Wicca Wikipedia and @ Religious Tolerance Org
Charles Leland Bio @ Mystica >> ARADIA or the Gospel of the Witches by Charles G. Leland 1899
Icelandic stave ~ Wikipedia
The Icelandic Tradition of Magic: Analysis of a Late-Eighteenth Century Icelandic Galdrabók Contents (academic)
Iceland was also the first country to officially recognize Ásatrú as a religion.
Covenant of the Goddess Links Page
On the Blackchair
The Cauldron Magazine, Witchcraft, Paganism and Folklore
Honouring the Ancient Dead (HAD)
The Women from Lemb Statue
Cecil Hugh Williamson was involved with the “Witches Ritual” or "Cone of Power" ritual which was aimed at Hitler and the Nazi high command to prevent the invasion of England with Aleister Crowley and Gerald Garnder.
Drawing Down the Moon Ritual
Hafapia Gifts and Info
Full Moon Names
Full moon rituals Google expanded study needed
Understanding the Four Elements by Simon Jester copyright 2008
AngelFire on Elemental Magick
The Witches of Old
The Soul Travelers (released 12/31/10 - (5:11:27) excellent film with abundant info on the occult, Make popcorn :)
Hermetic Kabbalah (Colin Low)
The Tree of Life expanded info on site here
Magical correspondences goggle expanded study needed
Wikipedia ~ What is Wyrd
Alternative Religions Educational Network
National Prison Kindred
Diary of a Witch PDF
The Stele, Homepage of The Omphalos *resourse
A Top Pagan Influances List >> Investigate and add
another list ** american wing ** europians
27 Essential Texts About Paganism
Paganism & The New Age
Influential People in the Birth of Modern Paganism (European Wing)
Influential People in the Birth of Modern Paganism (American Wing)
Drawing Down the Moon (book) by Margot Adler
Dafo > Edith Woodford-Grimes Gerald Gardner’s first High Priestess
Magical Tools In Wicca
New Forest Coven ~ Witch-Cult
Peter and Eileen Caddy (pagans/occultists) along with Dorothy Maclean founded the Findhorn Foundation
Alaric Albertsson (Druid) ~ ~ Ann Moura ~ Diana Paxson ~ Dorothy Morrison ~ Edain McCoy controversial witch ~ Ellen Dugan ~ Ivo Dominguez ~ Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone ~ John MIchael Greer (Druid) ~ Judika Illes ~ Kala Trobe ~ Laurie Cabot ~ Michelle Belanger ~ Oberon Zell ~ Patricia Monaghan ~ R.J. Stewart ~ Raven Digitalis ~ Raven Grimassi (Italian Witchcraft) ~ Silver Ravenwolf ~ Storm Faerywolf ~ T. Thorne Coyle ~ Hermits Grove ~ Teo Bishop: An Ex-Mouseketeer’s Journey Back to Christianity From Paganism ~ T. Thorn Coyle ~ Orion Foxwood ~ Diana Paxson Wikipedia Entry
Reverend Patrick McCollum is an interfaith chaplain, spiritual mentor, and peace counselor~ was initiated in 1966 and ordained by the Cauldron of Cerridwen in 1971, by Covenant of the Goddess in 1987, and by Circle Sanctuary in 2001, and has been ordained and/or endorsed by several other Pagan organizations, including the National Prison Kindred and Irminsul. He serves as the National Prison Chaplaincy Affairs Coordinator for the Lady Liberty League, and is the Director of Public Chaplaincy for Cherry Hill Seminary Wikipedia Entry
Christopher Penczak expanded info on the Magick page
Jack Parsons is on this list but I consider him more of an occultist as he was affiliated with the Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A and became involved with Aleister Crowley
Houngan (Priest) ~ Mambo (Priestess)
West African Vodun
New Orleans Voodoo Museum
Traditional African Religion
Marie Laveau Voodoo Queen of New Orleans
Mistress Marie Laveau: The Real Story of the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans
Marie Laveau Legendary Voodoo Queen – 2 Stories
(dance in honor of the gods)
Umbanda ~ Quimbanda
Yopo ~ Nu-nu
(I HAVE CONFUSED FEELINGS/THOUGHTS ABOUT THE CORRELLIANS)
The Correllian Tradition
College of the Sacred Mists
Wortcunning from The Dreaming Wood:paganism-natural history-witchcraft
The Chronicles of Cathbodua good pagan site, older many broken links
Earth Religions Legal Assistance Network
Leechdoms, Wortcunning, and Starcraft of Early England
Wortcunning @ Octavia.net
The Ancient Irish Goddess of War, by WM Hennessey,  at Sacred-Texts Archive > Wikipedia
The Witch Cult in Western Europe by Margaret Alice Murray
The Golden Bough by Sir James George Frazer (1922)
Expand Mind-How To Be A Witch Podcast
WinniPagans Film The story Behind Buy Here
The Golden Bough
The Sacred Symbols of Mu by James Churchward
The Mythical and Paranormal Realm Blog
The Fairy Mythology Illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of Various Countries by Thomas Keightley 
The Fairy Mythology by Thomas Keightley 1892 - Project Gutenberg
Mythical Creatures Guide
White Goddess Heka ~ Heka Egyptian God of Magi ~ Heka Wikipedia
"Magic at the Creation: the Theory and Practice of Egyptian Religious Ritual" by Dr. Robert Ritner, University of Chicago Rober K. Ritner Biography
Magic Wand Copyright 2005 Joseph H. Peterson Esoteric Archives
Twilit Grotto: Archives of Western Esoterica (Esoteric Archives)
Nature Is Speaking
Solitary Spiritual Practice
Circling Alone: Paganism’s Solitary Eclectic Future?
Helen A. Berger ~ Voices A Community of Witches ~ Pagan Census: A National Survey of Witches and Neo-Pagans in the United States
Culpeper's Complete Herbal & English Physician
Biography of Pamela Colman Smith
Religious Discrimination Against Neopagans Wikipedia
List of people executed for witchcraft
The Vikings paid children for their teeth.
Children's teeth and other articles belonging to children were said to bring good luck in battle
and Scandinavian warriors hung children's teeth on a string around their necks.
Fear of witches was another reason to bury or burn teeth.
In medieval Europe, it was thought that if a witch were to get hold of one's teeth,
it could lead to them having total power over him or her.
Burial Point Image
Old Burial Point Cemetery
where the “witches” hanged during the Salem Witch Trials are buried.
Wheel Of The Year Wikipedia
United States Department of Veterans Affairs Emblems For Headstones And Markers
"As is contained in its name, religious naturalism has two central aspects. One is the naturalist view – that the natural world is all there is (and that nothing other than natural, including an active personal God, may cause events in the world). The other is appreciation of religion (which, for many, is mainly personal), with a view that Nature can be the focus of religious attention. Naturalist views, grounded in science, provide a framework for understanding what seems real."
Magic White And Black by Franz Hartmann
Sun and Moon Times Boise Idaho
boggart #1 ~ #2 ~ #3
What's Your Sign.Com A Guide to Interpreting Signs and Symbolic Meanings
Keen.com Tarot Articles Major Arcana
Oberon & Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart
Ouija board joke Calvin and Hobbs
Sybil Leek and Molly Leigh
wise old man
The Legendary Origins of Merlin the Magician
Circle Magazine Press Release Call For Art PDF (Wicca information)
Magic of the Ancients: Five Incredible Texts of Spells, Curses, and Incantations
White Magic Wikipedia
Servents of the Light
The Society of the Inner Light
Tarot of Marseilles created by Marsilio Ficino (October 19, 1433 – October 1, 499), an Italian scholar and Catholic priest, is one of the standard patterns for the design of tarot cards. It is a pattern from which many subsequent tarot decks derive.
Sarah Anne Lawless
Familiar Spirit Wikipedia
As a mystical symbol, the Tetractys was very important to the secret worship of the Pythagoreans. Tetractys Poetry is Magical poetry created by Ray Stebbing
White Buffalo Calf Woman
Idaho: Main Page - The Witches' Voice
Stooping Starlight A new Thelemic podcast produced entirely by women
The Charge of the Goddess Wikipedia ~ The Charge of the Goddess Internet Sacred Text Archive ~ The Charge of the Goddess Gardnerian Book of Shadows
Drawing down the Moon Wikipedia ~ The Mystica ~ Sacred Text Archive
Satanism vs. Wicca by Diane Vera (Theistic Satanism)
The Gardnerian Book of Shadows
Nicolas Flamel (celebrated medieval alchemist)
Thought I would do a bit on hands since praticing magic(k) involves them so much
MUDRAS & HAND SYMBOLISM--THE POWER OF MUDRAS PART 1 ~ 2 ~ 3 ~ 4 ~ 5 ~ 6 (no link) ~ 7
Left-hand path and right-hand path
Apotropaic Magic ~ Lucky Mojo
Witches Bottles ~ Wikipedia
Apotropaios Web Site
Amulets @ Crystlinks.com Superstition Index
Papa Legba Symbol
Owls - Symbology and Mythology
Owls in Mythology & Culture
The Identity of Mother Goose & her Nursery Rhymes
Holda was a Nature Goddess
Museum of Witchcraft Mother Goose
The Dark Origins of 11 Classic Nursery Rhymes
Full text of "Mother Goose's nursery rhymes" Chap Book, 1817 Internet Archive
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Little Mother Goose, by Anonymous
The Four Great Powers from the Library of Knowledge
Of the Four Elements, Their Qualities, and Mutual Mixtions chapter 3 of The Philosophy of Natural Magic by Henry Cornelius Agritta
The Elements of Magick from The White Goddess
Maxine Sanders and Alex Sanders founders of Alexandrian Wicca
Maxine Sanders Images ~ Alex Sanders Images
Alex and Maxine Handfasting 1970 Video
Dancing with Destiny - a conversation with Maxine Sanders
and her two husbands Stewart Farrar and Gavin Bone
Legend of the Witches Documentary 1969
Chas S. Clifton
Tanya Marie Luhrmann often cited as T.M. Luhrmann, is an American psychological anthropologist best known for her studies of modern-day witches
Magical Recipes Online
Circle Within A Circle ~ Kate West
VERY RARE Witchcraft Docoumentary 1979 - Doreen Valiente, Sanders
Charles Walton (murder victim) - Wikipedia (Witchcraft Murder)
(simple site but I like it)
Witches Of The Craft
Victoria Helen McCrae Duncan (medium) was the last person to be imprisoned under the British Witchcraft Act of 1735 and Jane Rebecca Yorke (medium) was the last person convicted under the Witchcraft Act of 1735
The Witchcraft Act is still in force in Israel
Witchcraft Act of 1735
Google Excerpts from The Encyclopedia of Magic and Alchemy By Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Rosemary Ellen Guiley Interview for Vampire World
Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft and The Existence of Evil Spirits Proved 1843 by Sir Walter Scott ~ Sir Walter Scott as a freemason > Freemasonry > Is Freemasonry An Occult Order?
Morals and Dogma 1871 by Albert Pike
Ancient Order of Druids
Pagan Basics 43 Essays/Articles Posted > The Witchss' Voice
U.N Office of the High Commision of Human Right > Witches in the 21st Century
Wiccan Views Of Divinity
The Horned Shaman or The Sorcerer (cave art) made around 13,000 BC
Reindeer in Siberian shamanism
Horned God Wicca
Yin and Yang
Anekantavada refers to the principles of pluralism and multiplicity of viewpoints, or vantage points, the notion that reality is perceived differently from diverse points of view, and that no single point of view is the complete truth, yet taken together they comprise the complete truth
Hieros Gamos refers to a sexual ritual that plays out a marriage between a god and a goddess, especially when enacted in a symbolic ritual where human participants represent the deities.
Great Rite Wicca
Imbolc (Candlemas) and the Pagan Path to Buddhism
“Was the Buddha a Humanistic Pagan?” by Tom Swiss"
Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy
The Fool Wikipedia
The Path of the Sacred Clown: Where Trickster and Shaman Converge
Christianity and Paganism
Intertwined: Paganism & Christianity - Patheos
The Pagan Origins of Jesus Christ and Christianity from Biblioteca
Psychography (automatic writing)
I Put A Spell On You
Alexander The Crystal Seer
Muses Realm Net
Museum Of Unnatural Mystery
Ancient Road Blog
Magick for the Real World
The Smart Witch Welcome
“Magic … is the ancient and absolute science of nature and her laws.” - A.L. Constant
The Meaning of Witchcraft by Gerald Gardener ~ The Spiral Dance By Starhawk ~ The White Goddess: a Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth
are a subculture who socially and spiritually identify as partially or entirely non-human.
Am Fear Liath Mòr
is the name of a she-wolf associated with a Göktürk ethnogenic myth "full of shamanic symbolism.
Wikipedia List of Pagans
Wikipedia List of Neopagan Movements
BBC Paganism Portal
Pagan and Proud Of It Jokes (6 pages)
What's the best thing about Pagan friends? They worship the ground you walk on
Please hold. All muses are busy right now, but your inspiration is important to us
Witches use brooms because nature abhors a vacuum
My body is a temple. Wanna come over for Midnight Mass ?
What's the difference between New Age and Pagan? About $500.00 a weekend.
GUIDE TO OCCULT CRIME FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
A Guide On The Occult Used For Training Law Enforcement
Developed By California Law Enforcement
good wiki magic witchcraft pages list/links at bottom
What's the difference between a Pagan and a New Ager? About $500 a weekend.
I don't need a new religion. I haven't used up the Old one.
Eight words the Wiccan Rede fulfill: An it harm none, do what ye will.
The Night Battles: Witchcraft and Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
It was built during the Neolithic period, around 3200 BC,
making it older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids
Traditionally, it was a burial site for Celtic Kings.
But Irish myths and legends say it was also a place where magicians met and fairies united.