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So You’re A Witch: Year Long Studies & Curriculum

For those interested in Wicca, you’re probably wondering how to approach your year and a day studies. This is a period of time where you absorb much of the basics surrounding Wicca and its philosophy. Many practitioners though are solitary, and don’t have someone to walk them through this process. What do you do? How do you exactly teach yourself? Well, that’s been the problem for years, having to teach yourself. This post is for those people, the ones having to do it by themselves. Here’s how to approach your study overall, and then, form a curriculum around what you want to learn. Continue reading

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So You’re A Witch: Where To Start

You’ve accumulated your first books on witchcraft. You’re ready to get started, except you don’t know where to begin. This is nothing new. In fact, many witches often feel overwhelmed with the lack of process behind their solitary study. There’s no formal process, and this has both positives and negatives. So, how do you actually begin when studying your new path? Well, let’s talk about some ideas, some examples, and how to create your own study process. Continue reading

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So You’re A Witch: Book Ideas For Beginners

With so many books floating around out there for purchase, new witches face a difficult task in sorting what to buy. Add to this the idea of budgeting our purchases, and well, choosing what to pass up can be quite difficult. There are plenty of book recommendations and reviews, but what about direction? Are there any good resources to help you sort through what you need? Continue reading

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