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  1. Magickal Places: A Wiccan's Guide to Sacred Sites and Spiritual Centers by Patricia Telesco, 2000-09-01
  2. Morgan Le Fay's Book of Spells and Wiccan Rites by Jennifer Reif, 2007
  3. A Wiccan's Guide to Prophecy and Divination (Citadel Library of the Mystic Arts) by Gerina Dunwich, 1997-05
  4. The witches' almanac: Aries 1978-Pisces 1979; for the first time combining the mysterious wiccan and arcane secrets of an old England witch with one from New England by Elizabeth Pepper, 1978
  5. Wiccan Spell Manual by Sirona Knight, 2001
  6. A New Wiccan Book of the Law by Galadriel, 1992
  7. Serving the Stranger in Our Midst-Accommodating Wiccan Religious Needs Within the US Air Force
  8. Women's Rites, Women's Mysteries: Creating Ritual In The Dianic Wiccan Tradition by Ruth Barrett, 2004-09-15
  9. La Wicca Au Quebec/The Wiccan Movement in Quebec: Portrait D'une Religion De Sorcellerie Contemporaine/A Portrait of a Contemporary Witchcraft Religion by Mireille Gagnon, 2008-05-30
  10. Bush apologizes to Wiccan war widow for meeting snub.(PEOPLE & EVENTS)(George W. Bush ): An article from: Church & State by Gale Reference Team, 2007-10-01
  11. The Wiccan Temptress by Marie Bruce, 2008-02-29
  12. Skewed study on Wiccans and Creationists.(Creation and Evolution Forum): An article from: Skeptic (Altadena, CA) by Joseph Max, 2004-01-01
  13. Wiccan Wisdomkeepers by Sally Griffyn, 2003-02-04
  14. Wiccans v. Creationists: an empirical study of how two systems of belief differ.: An article from: Skeptic (Altadena, CA) by Raymond A. Eve, 2003-09-22

121. Wiccan Ways - The Charmed Fanlisting Collective
Welcome to wiccan Ways The Charmed Fanlisting Collective. wiccan Ways is a Charmed fanlisting collective and hopefully links to
Welcome to Wiccan Ways - The Charmed Fanlisting Collective Wiccan Ways is a Charmed fanlisting collective and hopefully links to as many fanlistings that are related to Charmed as possible. This site should work in all resolutions and browsers. To navigate use the words at the top left and bottom right of this text. The top left navigation is used for the actual fanlistings. All the Charmed fanlistings are listed by category, so if you would like to see what Charmed episode fanlistings there are, click on episodes. The navigation at the bottom right is related to this site. If you have a Charmed fanlisting you would like to get linked feel free to join or if you would like to read about this site visit the about or extra pages. Any questions or queries, feel free to e-mail me or get in touch. Part of Utopian Totality Katieswirls and The Fanlistings

122. Dusk Ward
Portal site with wiccan focus. Offers news, email, links and some information.

123. Witchcraft Spells, Wiccan Supplies, Pagan Metaphysical Store
Magickware Witchcraft spells, wiccan supplies, metaphysical, occult, magick, Santeria, and pagan products. New Age and pagan information and store.
Witchcraft Spells, Wiccan Supplies, Pagan, Occult, Metaphysical Store.
Magickware is a unique online witchcraft store for personalized witchcraft spells, Wiccan supplies,
and pagan, Santeria, occult and metaphysical information and products.
Magickware provides the tools you need for witchcraft spells and rituals in Wicca, witchcraft, Santeria, and any of the
occult arts, and earth-centered pagan religions. Here you will find herbs, essential oils, herbal incense,
spell kits (love spells, protection spells, prosperity spells, Wiccan spells and more), ritual candles, glass
candle holders, mojo bags, bath salts, Wiccan altar supplies, gemstones, Celtic and Wiccan jewelry including
Celtic knot designs and pagan symbols, crystal balls, god and goddess statues,
pagan supplies, occult tools, metaphysical books and more.
Two very special collections!
For Cat Lovers!

Magickware gives you personal attention and made-to-order witch craft and pagan products. We do the research!Starting with a wide range of knowledge of Celtic Wicca, traditional witchcraft, and European earth religions,African Orishas, Santeria, and both North and South American witchcraft and shamanism, we combinethe ingredients for achieving your magickal goals or providing items for your witchcraft altar. Whether you are a witch, Wiccan, pagan, shaman, or just interested in the magick of herbs and other gifts from the Earth, our online store offers you the best in custom witchcraft supplies, Wicca supplies, and New Age gifts.

124. Tristan's Page Of Wicca
Esbat and sabbat rituals, color and herb correspondences.
I hope that all can enjoy this site and that all it's contents be used for good. Merry meet and Blessed Be. The Redes Basic Wiccan Beliefs and Ideals First, Casting a Circle Rituals for Esbats and Sabbats ... email me

125. Wiccan Festivals
wiccan Festivals. Many describe Samhain as the start of the wiccan year but some see the first annual festival as the one of new beginnings.
Wiccan Festivals
There are eight main festivals, four using the Solar Calendar and four Celtic. As with the practice of some other religions, festivals start at sunset and go through to sunset the next day. Solar festivals depend on the rotation of the earth for exact dates but in any case Wicca is flexible about dates and ceremonies. Although this article concerns the northern hemisphere, the table below gives the southern solar variant. Name Other faith's Type Northern Southern Imbolc Candlemass Celtic February 1st/ 2nd Spring Equinox Solar March 20th/ 21st September 21st/ Beltane May Eve Celtic May 30th/ April 1st Midsummer Longest Day Solar June 21st/ 22nd December 21st/ 22nd Lammas/ Lughnasadh Loaf Mass Celtic July 31st/ August 1st Autumn Equinox Solar September 21st/ 22nd March 20th/ 21st Samhain All Hallows Eve/ Halloween Celtic October 31st/ November 1st Yule Christmas (period) Solar December 21st/ 22nd June 21st/ 22nd Imbolc is when new life appears and the days start to get longer. The goddess is back into the land. Altars should use snowdrops and candles. White is the colour. This is the time to plan and make first steps towards realising projects. Many describe Samhain as the start of the Wiccan year but some see the first annual festival as the one of new beginnings. Magic is to cleanse and bring about the new. Spring Equinox has more fertility still. Again it is the time for newness and beginnings, like sowing seeds. So there is seed cake on the altar, catkins, flowers that appear like daffodils and painted green eggs. The colour is green and the magic is about material beginnings.

wiccan author's official web site; includes photos and information about her published, and forthcoming, works.
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Edain McCoy became a self-initiated Witch in 1981 and underwent a formal initiation in 1983 with a large San Antonio coven. She has been researching alternative spiritualities since her teens when first introduced to Kaballah, or Judaic mysticism. Since that time she has studied a variety of magickal traditions including Celtic/ Irish, Appalachian, Eclectic Wicca, Curanderismo, Jewitchery, and Irish Wittan; the latter in which she is a priestess of Brighid and an elder.
Born in August 11, 1957, and raised during the turbulent 1960s, her open-minded parents encouraged her to learn everything she could about subjects of interest to her. Though her father spent almost his entire life as an ordained minister of a liberal Protestant sect, he always supported his children's spiritual choices, allowing them to discovered on their own the similarities and differences that keep us all chasing down different spiritual pathways seeking the enlightenment that we hope will lead us to reunion with our creator.
An alumnus of the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Arts in history, she is affiliated with several professional writer's organizations including The Authors Guild and Romance Writers of America. Edain has been writing for publication since she was a high school reporter for her town's local paper, "Which was more years ago than I want to think about," she laughs.

127. Branches Of Wicca
wiccan Paths (Traditions). Gardnerian Wicca. Reincarnation and the wiccan Rede An it harm none do what you will are basic tenants of the tradition.
Wiccan Paths
Gardnerian Wicca
A retired British civil servant named Gerald B. Gardner is the 'Grandfather', at the very least, of almost all Neo-Wicca. He was initiated into a coven of Witches in the New Forest region of England in 1939 by a High Priestess named 'Old Dorothy' Clutterbuck. In 1949 he wrote a novel [*High Magic's Aid*] about medieval Witchcraft in which quite a bit of the Craft as practiced by that coven was used. In 1951 the last of the English laws against Witchcraft were repealed (primarily due to the pressure of Spiritualists) and Gardner published *Witchcraft Today*, which set forth a version of the rituals and traditions of that coven. There is an enormous amount of disagreement about virtually every statement I have made in this paragraph. Gardnerism is both a tradition and a family, and lineage is a family tree. The High Priestess rules the coven, and the principles of love and trust preside. We follow our handed down book more carefully than many others, but we are free to add and improvise, as long as we preserve the original. We work skyclad, practice binding and scourging, are hierarchal and secretive, therefore we are controversial. We're also controversial because we were first - the first craft tradition in the U. S. and descended from the man largely responsible for starting the craft revival. So, we're called 'the snobs of the craft', but I think we're as much fun as anyone else; our parties as good, our jokes as bad'

128. All One Wicca
Online book which is a study in the Universal Eclectic wiccan tradition.
All One Wicca:
A Study in The Universal Eclectic Wiccan Tradition...
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129. A Converted Wiccan: Victoria's Testimony
A Converted wiccan Victoria s Testimony. Why I Left the Church. I tell him that I ma whitelight, fluffybunny type wiccan and this seems to turn him off.
A Converted Wiccan:
Victoria's Testimony
Why I Left the Church When I was about 10 years old, my Mom and I occasionally attended the Seventh-day Adventist church in a nearby town. The Adventist Church was very legalistic back then, though I did not understand what that meant and so had no concept of that at the time. I thought of myself as a Christian though I had never had a conversion experience or asked Jesus into my heart. I'm not even sure I ever heard the Gospel clearly explained to me. I gave intellectual assent to the truth, that Jesus was the Son of God who came to die for my sins, but I didn't have a personal relationship with Him. This was not a saving faith, for the Bible says that "even the demons believeand tremble" (James 2:19). The turning point toward disaster came when I borrowed a sermon tape from the church library. The tape basically said that Christians never sin. They probably used Scripture references such as I John 5:18 "We know that no one born of God sins." But this is a poor translation. What it actually means in the Greek is that no one born of God continues in sin, that is, a truly saved person will not be able to live in continuing sin. It does not means that a saved person never sins, for I John 1:8 says "If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us. First John 1:9 starts off "If we confess our sins..." This presupposes that Christians do sin. Moreover, verse 10 continues the thought. "If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a lair, and His word is not in us."

130. - Notice
An outline of issues affecting relationship and dialogue between wiccans and Christians (attitudes, history, beliefs and practices), and what Christians can learn from Wicca. By Philip Johnson.
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131. Wiccan Rede - Wicca - Neo-paganism - Alternative Spirituality
the wiccan rede. This was part of an article called wiccanPagan Potpourri by Lady Gwen Thompson, founder and High Priestess of Welsh Tradition Wicca.
the wiccan rede
This was part of an article called "Wiccan-Pagan Potpourri" by Lady Gwen Thompson, founder and High Priestess of Welsh Tradition Wicca. In the original version of the Rede, each two-line couplet was numbered, 1 through 26. This particular version of The Rede was attributed to Adriana Porter. Bide the Wiccan Laws we must
In Perfect Love and Perfect Trust.
Live and let live,
Fairly take and fairly give.
Cast the Circle thrice about
To keep the evil spirits out.
To bind the spell every time
Let the spell be spake in rhyme.
Soft of eye and light of touch,
Speak little, listen much.
Deosil go by the waxing moon, Chanting out the Witches' Rune. Widdershins go by the waning moon

132. Sylvan Circle
Traditional wiccan teachings in an egalitarian coven based in Columbia, Maryland (USA).
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133. Wiccan Pride
wiccan Pride http// Enter with an open heart and mind. Enter in perfect love and trust. Make wiccan Pride Your Homepage!
location = ""; Wiccan Pride An Online Circle for Wiccans! Lots of information on wicca, witchcraft, witches such as spells, basics of the religion and the craft, magick, casting circles, tools of the craft and more! Visit / Join today! wicca, wicca goddess, witchcraft, spells, rituals, magick, witch, wiccan webring, magic, magick, award, message board, join

134. My Wiccan Magick Poetry
Growing collection of wiccan and magickal poetry and preraphaelite art.

135. Cymmoril's Wiccan Teen Site
For wiccan Teens. Special sections for solitaries and covens just getting started. For teens, by teens! You have entered . . . Cymmoril s wiccan Teen Site!!!
var nEditorialCatId = 280; Home My Page Hotmail Shopping ... Help Cymmoril's Wiccan Teen Site What's New Join Now At Home Chat Room ... Tools You have entered . . . Cymmoril's Wiccan Teen Site!!! I hope you like my site. It changes and grows weekly or monthly, depending on how busy myself and the assistant managers are. If you have anything to add, go ahead! If you have anything to question or comment on, go ahead! We are always open to suggestion, because the main purpose of this site is to help you learn about Wicca and Paganism. All I ask is that nobody calling themselves "evil" or following the "dark side" of Wicca discuss these things on my site If you feel that this comment is judgemental and unfair, then this message is for you ! I do not want dark, evil, or sinister things on my site. If you can't refrain from speaking about them, don't post here. Walk in Peace and Beauty, Cymmoril Ravenswand. I'd like to thank all the members who have helped keep this community going for 3 years, you have taught me as much as I've tried to teach you . . . Blessed Be. Message board posts from the past, as well as other articles, will now be located on Cymmoril's Archive Site.

136. Learning To Be A Wiccan
Helping people learn about the wiccan religion and discover their path of choice.
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137. Selene's Page About Wicca
A page all about the wiccan religion. Contains information about holidays, meanings, and many different spells/practices.
alert("Always keep and open mind and do not judge what you do not know ^_^")
Bide the Wiccan law ye must,
In perfect love and perfect trust.
Eight words the Wiccan 'Rede fulfill
And Ye hard none, do what thou will.
What ye send forth comes back to thee,
So ever mind the law of three.
Follow this with mind and heart,
Merry ye meet, and Merry ye part.
I personally have never had a problem with anyone because of their beliefs, but I do have a problem with people trying to impose their beliefs on others. I believe in just like some people believe in angels! Wiccans use many different things in practicing their religion. The most valuable thing in a Wiccan's eyes is nature. Everything in nature is precious. Many Wiccans are vegetarians and believe in reincarnation. This is only some peoples views. Not every Wiccan is a vegetarian and not every vegetarian is Wiccan. Many Wiccans cast spells but again not all of them do. Those that do use many different things to aid them in making their spells stronger. For example, if someone wanted to relieve stress they might take a bath with Jasmine oil in the water, and a blue candle burning. Spells don't have to include words!
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138. Wiccan Rede
wiccan Rede. (Full Version). Bide within the Law you must, in perfect Love and perfect Trust. Live you must and let to live, fairly take and fairly give.
Wiccan Rede
(Full Version)
B ide within the Law you must, in perfect Love and perfect Trust.
Live you must and let to live, fairly take and fairly give.
For tread the Circle thrice about to keep unwelcome spirits out.
To bind the spell well every time, let the spell be said in rhyme.
Light of eye and soft of touch, speak you little, listen much.
Honor the Old Ones in deed and name,
let love and light be our guides again.
Deosil go by the waxing moon, chanting out the joyful tune.
Widdershins go when the moon doth wane, and the werewolf howls by the dread wolfsbane. When the Lady's moon is new, kiss the hand to Her times two. When the moon rides at Her peak then your heart's desire seek. Heed the North winds mighty gale, lock the door and trim the sail. When the Wind blows from the East, expect the new and set the feast. When the wind comes from the South, love will kiss you on the mouth. When the wind whispers from the West, all hearts will find peace and rest. Nine woods in the Cauldron go, burn them fast and burn them slow.

139. Teen Wiccan Page
A collection of informational links aimed at the teen witch. Includes an essay written on the subject.
Let me introduce myself. . .
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What is Wicca?
The Wiccan Rede ... Teen Witch: How Do I Tell My Parents? Pentacle by Marc Shannon
Educating and fighting against religious intolerance! Questions, Coments, Concerns, e-mail me at: people have graced this site This Page is Allways Under Construction Updated: 2/2/1999

140. Free Wiccan Pagan Information Resource - Lady Of The Earth
Free online resource for Pagan, Witch, wiccan, EarthBased, Shaman and New Age information. You can gain insight in many different catagories.
Welcome to
Lady of the Earth
This is an online resource for Wiccan, Pagan, Witch, Wicca, Earth Based, Shaman and New Age information.
You can gain insight in many different catagories. We have files on Animals, Blessings, Candle Magick, Celtic, Circles, Consecrations, Covens, Crystals - Gems - Stones, Dedications, Divinations, Dragon Tradition, Elements, Faeries, Gods and Goddesses, Handfasting, Healing, Herbs, Homespun Treasures, Humor, Incense, Initiations, Invocations, Lessons, Magick, Meditation, Moon, Oils and Scents, Poetry, Prayers, Recipes, Religious Discussions, Rituals, Sabbats and Esbats, Shamanism, Songs, Spells, Stories-Myths-Lore-Superstitions, The Laws, Tools of the Trade, Wicca, Witches, and much more. Come in and visit for a SPELL.
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