As Wicca became a pop fad, a lot of people jumped on the band wagon. Countless websites and books with inaccurate information have been published. Here is a brief overview that explains what Wicca actually is, and what it is not.
What's a Wiccan name, and how do you get one? All these questions and more answered right here.
If you are studying herbal magic or any form of Witchcraft that involves herbs, let me introduce you to rosemary! Here are details, how to grow it, its many medicinal, magical and folk uses!
It is unfortunate, and perhaps telling, that for every 100 books on Wiccan spells and magic, there is perhaps maybe one book on Wiccan ethics. Ethics are less popular, but far more important.
Looking for the perfect Imbolc dish? Look no further-- this hub offers tons of suggestions and recipe links to help you plan your holiday meal, whether you're a solitary dining alone or planning a big feast.
Being a teen Wiccan can be tough, especially when you can't do what your favorite books are telling you to do. Before you think about breaking house rules, consider these alternatives.
Not everyone is crafty and has great handwriting, but everyone wants a beautiful Book of Shadows, right? Don't be afraid to be a 21st century Pagan! Make your Book of Shadows on your computer!
Don't throw those turkey bones away-- there is a precious magical artifact hidden in that plate of discards! This Thanksgiving, make sure you get that wishbone! Here are some ways to use it!
Yes, that Pan. There is no need to run from this charming God. For despite all the bad press He's a gentle and loving God. Read on to find out more.
Ethics is a complex issue of ethics in the Wiccan religion, so let's examine what is know as the "Threefold Law", or "Law of Three." How does a Wiccan interpret this and put it to use?