If you are looking for some basic information on Paganism, or perhaps are interested in Wicca from a traditional perspective, this post might be for you. These are all things I have written myself, in order to try to explain things in good plain language. I hope that they’re helpful to people, in the spirit they were written in.
FYI: I am not an authority on anything, but I have been a Pagan for 20+ years, and an Gardnerian initiate since 2008. What I write comes from my own studies and experiences, and to the best of my ability is based in verifiable fact. You don’t have to share my opinions, and I do my best to keep my personal bias in check (or at least warn you that it’s there.)
Onwards to information!
Not sure where to start, or curious as to what’s out there? This article defines paganism, and breaks it down into different categories and traditions. Includes graphic.
Interested in Eclectic Paganism or Witchcraft but unsure where to start? These pages have lots of ideas, suggestions, and information for the newbie.
Information about the Wheel of the Year and its’ different holidays, as well as suggestions for crafts, foods, activities, and more.
An explanation of the concepts and practices that define what Wicca is, from a British Traditional Wiccan perspective.
The rest of these links are less basic, but might be relevant to those who are newer to Paganism and may not have yet read past some of the more common misinformation that abounds online and in books.
- Why Christianity Didn’t Steal Pagan Holidays
- How Can You Tell If A Magic Book Is Full of It?
- Karma for Dummies (Or, Karma Isn’t What You Think)
If you’re feeling particularly brave or curious, you can have a go at the entire list of posts I’ve made about Paganism, Wicca, witchcraft, and related subjects right here:
Or feel free to send me an Ask, if there’s something you’d like to inquire about. :)