Adventures in Wortcunning: The Curious Children

It seems education these days is focused mostly on getting the students in and out, with attention focused on the lowest common denominator. Where do the curious children go? [Read more…]

A Lakeside Hearth: Thinking about the Future

I’ve seen this scenario play out on internet forums a few times now. A Pagan parent comes online and asks for advice, because their child is being proselytized by a schoolmate or authority figure. Many parents today take a “My child will find their way when they’re older” narrative to heart. But, by not welcoming our children fully into our beliefs, we leave them easy prey for the religious forces of society at large. [Read more…]

Adventures in Wortcunning: Farther Down the Rabbit Hole … or, My Morning Commute

In this column, I have previously discussed my initial surprising forays into the world of simulated or virtual reality. Unlike most participants who travel into the digitally altered universe of realities, I arrived as an adult and I was there for work. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: What We Pass On

My two and a half year old son was sitting in my lap the other morning when he grabbed my hand and started tracing the lines on my palm. Only half joking I asked him if he was going to read palms like his great-grandfather, and he agreed enthusiastically and made a game of inventing stories for each line. [Read more…]

Adventures in Wortcunning: Behind the Veil

When I step through the veil, it is a bit like a waking dream. I can fly. But, mostly I stumble around walking into walls, off cliffs, and into oceans. I’m just learning, and this is the way things are in my second favorite place to be online, and where I am planning a new herb garden: the Second Life virtual campus of the Grey School of Wizardry! [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Witches of Cyberspace, Part 2

Sable Aradia offers a basic how-to starter guide to set up an online education program for cyberwitches. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Witches of Cyberspace, Part 1

It’s been said that it isn’t possible to teach the Craft online, but is it? Sable Aradia explains why this is no longer the case, but cites some issues to look out for. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Wicca and the Lotus-Eaters – Reaching the New Generation of Witches

Is modern Witchcraft on the decline? Or has it merely changed form? The new generation of Witches has different issues from previous generations, and different needs. Sable Aradia offers some observations about the differences, and suggests ways to bridge the gap. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Obstacles to Learning

The study of the Craft is not an easy path. Sable Aradia points out some of the hurdles to aid students in overcoming them. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Six Senses for Learning

Give your students the best possible chance by engaging all six senses in teaching the Craft! Sable Aradia shows you how. [Read more…]


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