Online Resources!

(Under Recent CONSTANT Construction, please watch your step!!)

If you’ve read my bio then you know I’ve been involved in some community building efforts within the Pagan community.  Often this has included an online component and it was through my membership in a number of e-lists and yahoo groups that I first started compiling lists of Pagan community links.

This page is my latest attempt at such a compilation. It will probably be undergoing almost constant construction and alteration as I try to keep it up to date and easy to use. It is arranged into some broad categories and roughly alphabetically.  I have tried to list sites and categories that will relate to an active and engaged member of the Pagan Community.

~Note~ We come to Paganism, sometimes for a few years, sometimes for a lifetime with many different interests and influences; as a result, this list sometimes touches on some seemingly unusual sites and categories, please bear with me. ~/Note~

This page has its own comments section down bellow; feel free to use it if you have suggestions of links I could add or questions or observations!



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A Few General Resources

Abuse & Domestic Violence Resources

African Diaspora


Aztec Reconstruction


Brythonic Paganism


Canaanite Reconstruction

Celtic Recon

Ceremonial Magic(k) / Western Mystery Tradition


Civil Rights & Pagan Pride

Community: Groups & Networking & Resources

Contemporary Paganisms & Pagan Revival Outside The English Speaking World



Festivals and Events

Greco-Egyptian Polytheism


Hellenic Polytheism / Hellenismos / Greek Recon



Magical Resources

Men’s Spirituality

Native American Spirituality


Pagan Economic Empowerment

Pagan Magazines

Pagan Media

Pagan News

Pagan Resources


Queer Spirituality

Religio Romana / Roman Polytheism

Seminaries, Learning Centers, Universities


Sumerian Polytheism


Trouble makers, dealing with

Unitarian Universalism

Witchcraft and Wicca

Women’s Spirituality

A Few General Resources

An online Medicinal Herbalism Resource.

Call for an Inclusive National Day of Prayer

An effort -begun in 2008- in the United States to take the U.S. National Day of Prayer back from a Fundamentalist Christian led Task Force that has taken over coordinating events for the National Observance.

The Elders

The Elders are an independent group of eminent global leaders, brought together by Nelson Mandela, who offer their collective influence and experience to support peace building, help address major causes of human suffering and promote the shared interests of humanity.

Faith in Public Life

This non-profit corporation envisions a country in which diverse religious voices for justice and the common good consistently impact public policy; and those who use religion as a tool of division and exclusion do not dominate public discourse.

First Freedom Center

“The mission of the First Freedom Center is to increase understanding and respect for religious freedom in diverse communities worldwide, through education about this core human value: the freedom of thought, conscience and belief.”

Free Hugs Campaign

A fascinating international movement

Free Translation Online

A free online language translation site

Interfaith Alliance

This 501c3 group celebrates religious freedom by championing individual rights, promoting policies that protect both religion and democracy, and uniting diverse voices to challenge extremism.  (A diverse group with, as yet, scant Pagan organizational participation… that’s a hint folks…)

Internet Ancient History Source book

An online Ancient History information and research site.

Internet Sacred Text Archive

An online library of Sacred and Religious and Philosophical Texts from around the World

Merriam-Webster Online

A Free online Dictionary and Thesaurus with access to more online reference works!


The fabulous interfaith blog aggregator, from some of the same folks who bring you MetaPagan, collects some of the best faith blogging on the net!

Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance

This is a fantastic and comprehensive religious information web site which promotes religious freedom, tolerance and diversity as positive cultural values.  Quite simply the BEST source for information on a religion, or on a religion related issue!

Parliament of the World’s Religions

This is a regular and ongoing series of International Interfaith conferences featuring speeches and discussions and workshops from and for people of faith from all over the world.   Contemporary Paganism is increasingly being recognized as a one of the World’s Religions, in part because of the hard work of Parliament members from the Pagan movement.  You can find out more from wikipedia and from their youtube channel.

Pluralism Project at Harvard University

The Pluralism Project: World Religions in America is a decade-long research project, with current funding from the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations, to engage students in studying the new religious diversity in the United States.

Religion Facts

Another site providing facts and information about the worlds religions.

Standing On The Side Of Love

Standing on the Side of Love is a public advocacy campaign that seeks to harness love’s power to stop oppression. It is sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association
and all are welcomed to join.

World Prayers

This interactive prayer archive features prayers of all sorts from the Worlds Religions and from history.

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Online Pagan Community Resources

These are listed alphabetically by category and within the category…


Abuse & Domestic Violence Resources

MoonDragon’s Domestic Violence Resource Page

An excellent site, full of links to resources and organizations

Sari’s Abuse Information and Resource Page

Pagan, Artist, and Blogger, Sari has compiled an extensive collection of pages with links, information, and advice for those facing abuse and domestic violence.

Advanced Bonewits’ Cult Danger Evaluation Frame

An early, and classic, Pagan community text examining the general health and sanity level of a religions organization.

Coven Abuse Self-Help Index

This index has now been generalised to fit most pathways, be they Asatru, Buddhist, Celtic, Druidic, Hindu, generic Pagan, Shamanic, Wiccan or Witch. The CASHI is couched in terms of persons within an actively abusive situation, or for those previewing Covens Groves, Circles, Kindreds, Organizations etc.

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African Diaspora

American Magic Umbanda House

“We are followers of Umbanda African, an Afro-Brazilian spiritual tradition working with the Orixa of the Yoruba people of West Africa. We are a mixed pantheon house, meaning we also work with other powers. The House, under Mai d’Orixa Maeva, resides in Oakland California.”

Church of The Lakumi Babalu Aye

A legally incorporated Church of Santaria here in Florida, which won a case within the U.S. Supreme Court for legal rights for animal sacrifice.

Luisah Teish

This Pagan and Author offers a number of resources and useful stuff on her site for African religion.


An online resource for information about Santeria and the Orishas.

Sosyete Du Marche

An American Vodou House operating in Pensylvania.

The Roots Without End Society

The Roots Without End Society is an international Vodou society.

Vodou FaithWeb

“Vodou Faithweb is intended to be a nonbiased reference presentation for information about the practice of Vodou in Haiti and by Haitian Vodou initiates outside of Haiti.”

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Animism: Respecting the Living World

A companion website to Graham Harvey’s book of the same name; recommended to me as a useful online resource.

New Animism Info

A blog of information, articles, and links on Animism

The Center for Bioregional Animism

Another blog of resources and information.  “Bioregional animism is by definition relating to the land/bioregion as the source of ones religion and culture. It is a form of Personalism where other then human persons including the whole bioregion itself is related to and communicated with as a person, not as if it was a person but as a person.”

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Aztec Reconstruction

Aztec Gateway

A site of information and resources by a modern day practitioner of Aztec religion.

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Brujo Negro’s Mexican Brujeria Website

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Brythonic Paganism

Dun Brython

A group blog and resources site aiming “To research, recover and redistribute to the best of our knowledge and wisdom the native British pre-Christian Spirituality, as evidenced by historical sources and personal experiences, to trace its influence and expression into later times and to explore its application and relevance to life in the modern world”

The White Boar

An site with information and essays by one of the Pagans involved in this path.

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The Original Buddhist Information & Education Network

Buddha Words

Teachings of The Buddha


An International Buddhist Community

Vipassana Fellowship

Online Meditation Courses and Support since 1997

Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

An online resource for learning Buddhist meditations

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Canaanite Reconstruction

Natib Qadish

A site of resources and information for Canaanite Reconstructionists.

Qadash Kinahnu

An online temple and informational site explaining the worship of the deities of ancient Phoenicia and Canaan.

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Celtic Recon


Celts Against Oppression, Racism and Neo-Nazism

Celtic World

A website of articles, links and resorces for Celtic Spirituality.


A Celtic Reconstructionist Gateway and resource site

The Celtic Recon FAQ

Part of the Paganachd site, but a fantastic resource and well worth looking at on its own!

Land, Sea & Sky

A freely available online CR Anthology by some  of the leading thinkers and scholars of this movement.

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Ceremonial Magic(k) / (Western Mystery Tradition)

Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

A Ceremonial Magick organization following the GD system

The Open Source Order of the Golden Dawn

A community of magickal practitioners, mostly of Pagan background, who have gathered to work the Golden Dawn System.

Hermetic Order of the Stella Matutina

The Ordo Stella Matutina is a Golden Dawn physical initiatory Order, dedicated to the dissemination of the traditional teachings of the historical Golden Dawn’s Hermetic Society, through the process of instruction and initiation.

Servants of the Light

Is a Mystery School, teaching throughout the world, by correspondence and weekend courses and seminars.  Run, in part, by well regarded occultist and author Delores Ashcroft-Nowicki; this school is an outgrowth of the Society of Inner Light.  (The above site appears to be their U.S. branch the U.K. branch ~which has a bit more modern and pictoral site~ is HERE. )

The Society of Inner Light

The Society of the Inner Light is a Mystery School within the Western Esoteric Tradition, founded by Dion Fortune.

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NOTE: Only a few of these charities or causes are specifically Pagan.  In many cases they have come to my attention from friends in the Pagan movement.

I believe it is important to work and give in the name of the Pagan community whenever possible, or to give to specifically Pagan run charities when possible, in order to improve our movement’s reputation in and relations with the wider world.  Go do some good in the world…


Avalon Cares

The charitable works arm of the Officers of Avalon, they have done some great work and are worth checking out!

Feeding America

Formerly known as America’s Second Harvest, Feeding America is the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity.  Each year, the Feeding America network provides food assistance to more than 25 million low-income people facing hunger in the United States.  This is a very popular option for Pagan community food drives, in my experience.

First Freedom Center

“The mission of the First Freedom Center is to increase understanding and respect for religious freedom in diverse communities worldwide, through education about this core human value: the freedom of thought, conscience and belief.”

First Giving

This is the U.S. version of an online charity fund raising resource website recommended by a British friend of mine…

The Humane Society of the United States

An animal protection oganization that supports no-kill shelters, spaying and neutering programs, and advocates against cruelty to animals.


This is a person to person, micro-lending site helping to alleviate poverty in the developing world.  Let’s say that $25 would allow someone to open a fruit stand business in Bangladesh, you can loan them the money and they can repay you.

The Open Hearth Foundation

A Pagan community center initiative serving the Washington DC region.  This organization also sponsors the annual National Pagan Leadership Skills Conference, and is part of the PaganSpace initiative.

Pagan Groups Doing Charity Work

A list compiled and maintained by the folks at Circle Sanctuary

Polytheist Charity

This Google Groups group is devoted to exploring the intersections between our religious and charitable lives.  This is a forum for discussion and mutual encouragement related to charity within polytheist religious frameworks.

The Rex Foundation

A charitable organization started by and arising from the fandom of The Grateful Dead.

Seva Foundation

For 30 years this organization has worked to do good in the developing world.

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) is a nonsectarian organization that advances human rights and social justice in the United States and around the world.


The United Nations Children’s Fund provides long term humanitarian and developmental assistance to mother’s and children in developing countries.


This organization provides services, support, and strives to improve the morale of U.S. troops worldwide.  Whether or not you support the war, let’s all try to support and honor the troops.

Voudou Aid

Vodou Aid is the charitable arm of the Roots Without End Society. You can help support the lives and health of traditionalists in Haiti and around the world with a gift to Vodou Aid

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Civil Rights & Pagan Pride

Alternative Religions Educational Network

Formerly the Witches Anti Defamation League, this is one of the oldest Pagan Rights organizations in the U.S.

Earth Religions Legal Assistance Network

An online legal resources directory

Lady Liberty League

A religious freedom organization associated with Circle Sanctuary providing information and networking assistance to individuals and organizations concerned with religious freedom especially as it relates to Wicca, Paganism, and other Nature Religions.

National Pagan Leadership Skills Conference

This Annual Leadership Conference, hosted in the Washington DC area, covers a broad range of Pagan community leadership topics.  2009 will be the 5th year of this National event!

Pagan Federation International: U.S.

The U.S. branch of this international Pagan community networking and community building organization.

Pagan Educational Network

This is an organization that seeks to build Pagan Community and educate the general public about Paganism.

Pagan Pride Project

The Web Page for the folks who helped originate Pagan Pride Days

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Community: Groups & Networking & Resources

Association of Polytheist Traditions

The Association of Polytheist Traditions is a non-profit organization based in the UK.

Circle Sanctuary

Circle Sanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to networking, research, spiritual healing, community celebrations, and education.

Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans

A Pagan oriented branch of the Unitarian Universalist Congregations

EarthSpirit Community

Earth Spirit is an organization dedicated to the preservation and development of Earth-centered spirituality, culture and community; we particularly focus on the indigenous traditions of pre-Christian Europe, known collectively as paganism, which have survived in varying degrees to the present day.

Military Pagan Network

A group active since 1992, serving pagans in the U.S. armed forces

Mos Maiorum

An educational foundation dedicated to the customs and traditions of our ancestors.

Officers of Avalon

An international organization for Pagan Law Officers and Emergency Workers

Pagan Business Network

An international networking organization for Pagans who are also business owners.

Spiral Scouts

SpiralScoutsTM International is a program for girls and boys of minority faiths working, growing and learning together.

Spiral Steps

An alternative to the more traditional 12 step recovery groups, rooted in Earth-wise ethics, and open to any seeking health and healing.


Southern Hemisphere Pagan Portal Site, originating from within the very active South African Pagan Community.

The Witches Voice

One of the oldest and most beloved Neo-Pagan and Witchcraft Networking and News sites.


A Canadian Witch, Wiccan, and Pagan networking and information website

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Contemporary Paganisms


Pagan Revival Outside The English Speaking World

Federation of Damanhur

A New-Age and Neo-Pagan faith/social movement/commune in Italy.  They have created one of the most amazing temple complexes in the modern world, which some folks have called the 8th Wonder of the World.

Forn Sidr

“The Asa and Vane faith religious community in Denmark”


A link to the English Language version of a Lithuanian Pagan Recon/Revival organization/Tradition.  Wikipedia article HERE

Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes

A non-profit Greek organization supporting the traditional Greek religion.


A Bulgarian group practicing a form of Thracian Orphicism.

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Principia Discordia

An online copy of this book, and links to many Discordian community resources



Ancient Order of Druids in America

Founded in 1912 as the American branch of the Ancient and Archaeological Order of Druids, AODA is a Druid church of nature spirituality, rooted in the Druid Revival of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and offering an opportunity for modern people to experience the teachings and practices of traditional Druidry in today’s world.

Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF)

Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) is an international fellowship devoted to creating a public tradition of Neopagan Druidry.

Druid Order of WhiteOak

The Druid Order of WhiteOak is the on-line home of the Reconstructionist Druid organization Ord na Darach Gile.

Fellowship of Druidism for the Latter Age

A fellowship following the religious path called Draiocht Nua or Neo-Druidism.

The Druid Network

An international networking groups website and forums.

The Henge of Keltria

Keltrian Druidism is a spiritual path dedicated to revering the Nature Spirits, honoring the Ancestors, and worshipping the Deities of our ancient Irish ancestors.

The Order of Bards Ovates & Druids

The Order of Bards Ovates & Druids is a spiritual group dedicated to practicing, teaching, and developing Druidry as a valuable and inspiring spirituality.

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Festivals and Events

Caduceus Pagan and Witchcraft Festivals

The site of a British Festival sponsoring organization


A Detroit area convention that has been going for over 15 years.

East Coast Thing

An annual Asatru gathering

Florida Pagan Gathering

The Website of this twice-yearly festival

The Pagan Podkin Supermoot

An annual event put on by the Pagan Pod-casting community, find out more about bribing them to come to (er, uh) bringing them to your city here.

Merry Meet

The annual Covenant of the Goddess festival, this will link to the CoG mainsite, go to MerryMeet under the category Information about the Covenant to learn about this years event!


An annual convention on the West Coast (U.S.) one of our communities more highly regarded events.

Spirits of the Earth Festival

An annual festival in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.  The folks behing this festival sponsor a number of other events in their area

Witch Camps are educational and spiritual events/retreats held within the Reclaiming Tradition of Witchcraft.

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Greco-Egyptian Polytheism

The House of Vines

Here you will find books and essays about Greco-Egyptian polytheism, as well as announcements of upcoming events.

Neos Alexandria

A site for pagans inspired by the Greco-Egyptian syncretism of ancient Alexandria

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Asatru Alliance

The Asatru Alliance is a family oriented association of independent kindreds that practices this ancient religion.

Asatru Folk Assembly

An organization that seeks to practice, promote, and further evolve the religion of Asatru, thus forging it into a powerful and effective tool for building a better world.


An Anglo-Saxon Heathenry group

Forn Sidr

“The Asa and Vane faith religious community in Denmark”

Frigga’s Web

A Frithstead for All Heathen Folk!

Geferraeden Fyrnsidu

This Fellowship of Anglo-Saxon Heathenry is a non-profit organization based in the US. We are dedicated to fostering and teaching the so-called “pagan” or “heathen” religion of the pre-Christian Germanic nations.

Heathens Against Hate

A website and banner campaign spreading the simple message that real Heathens have nothing to do with either racism or Satanism.

Heathen Wiki

The Purpose of this Wiki is to serve as a springboard to further resources about polytheism in general and Heathenism in particular. It is neither meant as an end-all nor as a definitive final word on any Pagan topic.

Raven Online

This page is maintained as an information service to those interested in Norse Paganism or Asatru.

The Troth

A large and active Heathen (Asatru) group, in the U.S. some of whose members I can actually vouch for as cool folk!

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Hellenic Polytheism / Hellenismos / Greek Recon


A U.S.-based religious organization (“church”) dedicated to the revival and practice of Hellenic polytheism.  Their newsletter site Temenos is also chock full of useful essays and resources.

Hellenic Gods

A Chicago Illinois based groups website, hosts of the Hellenismos FAQ, with a number of good resources and essays.


A group of Hellenic Pagans who feel called to a path of service and devotion to the gods


A highly regarded site of information and resources for Hellenic Polytheists.

Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes

A non-profit Greek organization supporting the traditional Greek religion.

Temnos Theon

“This website is to serve as a resource of information for Hellenismos, or Greek religion, for those who are wish to learn more and especially for those who are new to the religion.”

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Dharma Central

Site of the International Sanatana Dharma Society, provides information about Hinduism and Yoga.

Heart of Hinduism

An educational resource that explains the Hindu traditions in clear terms, and is produced by practitioners of the tradition

Hindu American Foundation

“An advocacy group providing a progressive voice for over two million Hindu Americans. The Foundation interacts with and educates leaders in public policy, academia, media and the public at large about Hinduism and global issues concerning Hindus, such as religious liberty, the portrayal of Hinduism, hate speech, hate crimes and human rights.”

Hindu Blog

Hindu Blog is an online magazine that updates regularly about matters related to Hinduism (like festivals, fasting, rituals), the latest developments in Hindu society and religion and explores Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

Hinduism Today

An Internationally distributed Hindu news magazine and website


An in depth explanation of this syncretic path and links to further resources from the WikiPagan entry…

The IndoPagan Project

TheIndoPagan Project seeks to be a resource for, and to unite those in the NeoPagan community who feel a deepest resonance with the Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist or other path of Into-origin, and whose ritual practice and pantheon choice is based heavily in one or more of these spiritualities.


A Goddess Temple to Kali-Ma, and a syncretic Tradition blending Western and Eastern mysticisms through Hinduism and Witchcraft.

Sri Kamakhya Mahavidya Mandir

“The Sri Kamakhya Mahavidya Mandir is a Northern California non-profit, Hindu Shakta Tantric devi mandir (Goddess Temple) in the San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to the Mother Goddesses Sri Sri Kamakhya and the Dasa Mahavidyas.” (Ten Tantric Wisdom Goddesses)

Hinduism, Indo-Paganism, and Cultural Appropriation

This article by Kulasundari Devi from the Wild Hunt explores the issue of Cultural Appropriation (also known as Cultural Mis-appropriation) and Contemporary Paganism’s relationship/interaction with Hinduism.  Many of definitions and guidelines presented would serve the spiritual and religious Seeker well in avoiding Misappropriation in relation to any other contemporary path.

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Akhet Hwt-Hrw

An Educational Resource for Ancient Egyptian Religion & Esoteric Studies (Kemetic Recon Temple)

Akhet the Horizon

A detailed site about Ancient Egyptian Religion

Ancient Egypt Online

A site dedicated to the culture, language, religion, and history of Ancient Egypt.

Ausar Auset Society

A Pan African religious organization providing afro-centric and Kemetic based spiritual training to the african-american and diasporic communities.  This link goes to the Wikipedia page which links to several U.S. chapter pages.

Church of the Eternal Source

Has been teaching and worshipping in the religion of Ancient Egypt since 1970 and is now celebrating in four consecrated temples in three Western States.

Discovering Ancient Egypt by Mark Millmore

A fascinating and very visual site featuring several visual reconstructions of ancient temples and a lot of other fascinating content relating to Ancient Egypt.

House of Netjer

The Kemetic Orthodox Faith, a Kemetic recon site and church

International Network of Kemetics

An informational and networking website with links to a longstanding Kemetic networking forum.

Kemetic FAQ

A useful FAQ from The Cauldron pagan forums…

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Magical Resources

Alchemy Web Site

This is an extremely comprehensive site on Alchemy with articles, links, resources and original texts!

Arcane Archive

A cache of usenet and other text files pertaining to occult, mystical, and spiritual subjects.


Detailed astronomical information, including detailed timing on Soltices, Equinoxes, and the Cross Quarters!


An online Astrology resource and community

Another online Astrology resource, with a wide variety of astrology resources from Chinese, Vedic, and Western sources.

Collegium Geomanticum

While this collegium is reorganizing itself they have no classes for enrollment, it does however have a fantastic set of articles and links.

Complete Sun & Moon Data for One Day

A resource page from the U.S. Naval Observatory

The Esoteric Book Review

A British book review blog, peer reviewed and interesting content

Free Online Meditation

A resource from the Meditation Society of Australia

Hermetic Library

A page of online Hermetic and CM texts

Hoodoo Crossroads

This collaborative blog is written by for practitioners of Hoodoo, or Rootwork, i.e. the folk magick of the U.S. South.

Hoodoo in Theory and Practice

An online text book on African American folk magic

Interactive Qabala

An online Hypertext textbook about the Qabala

Kink Magic

A website by the authors of a similarly named book on Sex Magic, contains some very useful and thoughtful articles.

Learning the Tarot – an online course

A very detailed and interesting, and free, online Tarot course!

Lucid Dreaming

The website of a lucid dreaming research institute, some useful information for lucid dreaming and by extension dream work.

Lucky Mojo(dot)Com

This website of the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. in Forrestville, California, has one of the most extensive series of articles on Magical and Metaphysical topics you will run into.  Several interlinked pages, and forums, and lots of resources and links.

Meditation Center

An online Meditation Center and learning website

Meditation Oasis

An online Blog, Podcast, and resource site for learning meditation.

Ritual Magick

A small but growing wiki-style repository for information relating to the Western Mystery Tradition.

Sacred Centers

A companion website to a Chakra’s DVD from author and Chakra expert Anodea Judith, the site is actually a useful beginner’s resource on its own.

Sacred Geometry

The website of artist, lecturer and writer Charles Gilchrist, has some fascinating videos and discussions of Sacred Geometry.

Spirit Alchemy

“This website intends to provide an introduction to the theory and practice associated with the four elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire.”  The site provides some fascinating ways of engaging the common Witchcraft and Neo-Pagan symbolism of the elements.

Sunrise, Sunset Calendars and Local Time

A print-your-own sunrise/sunset calendar page!

Twilight Grotto — Esoteric Archives

A detailed online archive of the texts of a large number of Medieval and Renaissance book of Magic and Occult philosophy.

Web of Qubalah

A website with essays and information about the Qubalah mystical system

Wynyfryd’s Meditation Room

A wonderful little podcast of free online guided meditations!

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Or go check out our list of Pagan Resources

Men’s Spirituality

A Mankind Project

A progressing men’s organization (multi-faith)

Knights of Herne

This is a men’s fraternal spirituality and service organization for those in Pagan and Earth-Centered faiths.


The site of online magazine Men’s Voices Magazine

Pagan Men

A sacred space for men on the web

The Male Affirmative Resource Network

A source for positive male resources, information, and support.

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Native American Spirituality

Cultural Misappropriation, is the politest term for some of the frictions that have happened between parts of the Pagan movement and Native American Peoples, desecration would be another word for it.  These articles and sites express and explore the Native American view of non-natives practicing their rites and spirituality.

Don’t Pay To Pray

A news and information blog “about all the fakes, frauds and flim flam artists that don’t pray, but prey on the gullible and the greedy.”

Help Stop American Indian Exploitation

This article is from the Canku Luta, a grassroots non-profit commited to the preservation of Aemircan Indian customs and culture.

New Age Frauds & Plastic Shamans

This excellent Native American run website strives to sort out reality from trickery, and sincere confusion, as it relates to Native American religion and Shamanism

Personal Views about the Exploitation of Native Cultural Traditions

This is a first hand essay on the issue found on the Internet…

Seeking Native American Spirituality and Traditional Religion: Read This First!

This article is from Native Languages (dot) Org, a linguistics and cultural website.

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Church of All Worlds

One of the oldest U.S. Pagan organizations.

The Federation of Damanhur

A New-Age and Neo-Pagan faith/social movement/commune in Italy.  They have created one of the most amazing temple complexes in the modern world, which some folks have called the 8th Wonder of the World.

Fellowship of Isis

The Fellowship of Isis is dedicated to honoring the religion of all Goddesses and pantheons throughout the planet. The Gods are also venerated.


A Goddess religion that emerged out of the late 60’s and early 70’s

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Pagan Economic Empowerment

This section features articles, business links, and resource links related to ways to spend our Pagan money in ways to empower our own community.  Some of the ideas involved in Pagan Economic Empowerment can be explored in my own articles Invoking the Power of the Pagan Dollar 2.0, and Pagan Economic Empowerment: Buying (and Selling) Pagan.

Pagan Business Network

An international networking organization for Pagans who are also business owners.

Artisans & Crafter’s on Etsy

This is actually a collection of Pagan and Heathen and Wiccan listings on Etsy.

Dancing Goddess Dolls

This is the site of Pagan fabric artist Kelli Lincoln who creates wonderful dolls and quilts and a variety of other fabric art pieces.

Iron Gate Bakery

Located  Northern Virginia, USA, they deliver in the metro D.C. area and will ship nationally.

Magickal Realism Natural Perfumery

Blogger and Perfume Designer Diana Rajchel, sells through Etsy.

Serpentine Music & Books

Originally started by Anne Hill to help publicize and distribute some of the Chant CD’s and Tapes put out by Reclaiming, this independent Pagan music production company and publisher/distributor has been operating in our community since 1992.


An internationally known Pagan owned bookstore and unofficial community center.

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Pagan Magazines

BBI Media

In business for as long as many in the Pagan movement can remember, they currently publish Witches & Pagans, SageWoman, and Crone magazines.


This online Pagan magazine for Kids is a wonderful addition to any Pagan families internet resources!

The Cauldron

This 30+ year old quarterly publication is an institution within the Craft and Pagan communities, especially in the U.K. where it is published.

CIrcle Magazine

This magazine, published by Circle Sanctuary, has been in print (with some changes of name and physical format) since 1974!

Enchanté: The Journal for the Urbane Pagan

Going strong for 21 years, Enchante is a literary magazine for Witches, Pagans and anyone interested in Earth-based spiritualities.

Hex Magazine: for the Heathen Household

A Bi-annual magazine and online community for Heathens

Living Reciprocity

A nifty online journal devoted to the everyday spiritual warriors who surround us, and also a blog about pagan business.

Modern Witch

A quarterly magazine for the Wiccan, Witch and Pagan. Expect topics on green technologies, mind-body-spirit, life and family, great crafts, poems, music, and stories.

MysticWicks Magazine

An online Magazine for Pagans


An online magazine that evolved out of an online community newsletter.


This online Pagan magazine has been covering and informing the South African community since 1995.

Rending the Veil

An online occult magazine for magicians and other practitioners of the Art

Thorn Magazine

A recently debuted quarterly print magazine about paganism and modern culture

Witch Eye: A journal of Feri Uprising

A magazine put out by and for members of the Feri Tradition of Witchcraft

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Pagan Media

Online Video and Pod Cast resources…

The Pagan Podcast Index

This podcast index will give the time index in the audio file for Interviews, Music played, Topics Covered and Books mentioned, etc.  The site is also search-able by topic.


A Darker Shade of Pagan

Is an ongoing weekly podcast that looks at modern music from the Pagan spiritual perspective.  Cutting a wide swathe through several musical genres, the show takes a look at themes relating to the occult, nature, myth, storytelling, old gods, mischievous spirits, our ancestors, and the nature of sacrifice.

A Pagan Heart in Maine

A fine podcast from the Pagan point of view.

A Pagan in the Threshold

Meadow Moon a Pagan is South Carolina (USA) podcasts about many things including being a semi-open Pagan in the Bible Belt.

Asatru Folk Assembly Videos

From the AFA mainsite a collection of excellent and well done videos discussing Asatru practices.

Asatru Rising

The podcast of the Asatru Folk Assembly, hosted by Stephen McNallen.

ATC Pagan Information Network

A podcast from the Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Wicca, one of the oldest and longest running legally recognized Pagan church groups in the U.S.

A Witches Primer

An educational podcast about in non-denominational Witchcraft.

Burnt Page Films

This Youtube channel has in the last year or so produced some fascinating video’s combining music and imagery and words with some strong pagan contexts and beauty!

Celtic Myth Podshow

While not specifically Pagan, this well produced British Podcast does a marvelous job of transmitting the Celtic myths in the oral tradition!  They also have one of the best promos ever!

The CUUPS Podcast

This is the new monthly official podcast of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans.

deo’s Shadow

While no longer being produced this podcast is an excellent archive of a thoughtful and entertaining show that cast a skeptical and humorous eye on the Pagan community.


The Druid Podcast from the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, hosted by Pagan musician Damh the Bard.(note: episode 4 should be required listening for all beginning Witches!!)

Elemental Castings

A fabulous Podcast series from renowned Feri Tradition Witch and author T. Thorn Coyle.

From the Edge of the Circle

Your host Tommy Elf discusses issues of interest to folks in the Pagan Community.

Hedgefolk Tales

Sarah, the witch of Forrest Grove explores myth and story telling in this wonderful Canadian Podcast.  (NOTE: this podcast uses the word heathen in the older sense of -of the heat-/of the country and features excellent storytelling by the famous and oft mentioned “Lovely Sarah” of Wigglian Way fame….

Hour of Slack

The radio ministry of the Church of The SubGenius.

The Infinite and The Beyond

The Infinite and the Beyond is an esoteric podcast for the introspective pagan mind.  Topics focus on paganism, occultism, parapsychology, science, society, and culture in the 21st century.

The Magical Buffet

A blog-zine of articles where spirituality, politics, and pop culture collide, with hopefully entertaining and enlightening results. What started as a monthly online magazine in October 2006 was re-launched in 2008 as an interactive website that discusses things that interest Magical Buffet founder Rebecca Elson.

Magick TV

An online TV series broadcasting through Youtube, and through their own site, magick tv looks at mostly pagan topics but also branches out into other aspects of the ‘Age of Aquarius’.


This fabulous blog aggregator is a blog that gathers together some of the finest in Pagan content from across the blogosphere.  I have been honored to be featured there, and occasionally even get to nominate folks for inclusion in the feed.

MoonShine Podcast

Tegan Lleuad provides the offers this Pagan and Witchy podcast with a little bit of Southern spice.

Occult of Personality Podcast

A long running podcast for Occultists and Ceremonial Magicians.

Pagan Centered Podcast

Another long running, and widely distributed Podcast with a discussion format and on occasion a lot of cussing.  Some folks have compared this podcast to drive-time DJ’s for the Pagan community.  Rarely dull and always informative.

Pagan FM

This 2 hour show of music and talk by and about the Pagan movement is a podcast, a broadcast radio show in Portsmouth, NH… and the latest program to join the Pagan Radio Network family of programs!

Pagan Parents on the Edge

This is a funny, touching, humorous and introspective podcast and ongoing discussion between Fox and Arrowind, a couple of Pagan Parents.

Pagan Radio Network

An online radio station playing some of the finest in Pagan music and music of Pagan interest!  Also features some wonderful Pagan podcasts.

Pagan Spirituality Today

A fascinating first-person Podcast from self-described Eclectic Heathen, Kveldrida, is a fascinating and thoughtful podcast of one Pagan’s thoughts and spirituality.

Pagans Tonight!

A nightly podcast interview and call-in show produced by Witchschool.

Pagan TV

This recent entry onto the medium of Youtube Channels has sadly, only a few videos, but also some excellent ones.  In my humble opinion, their Religious Literacy video should be required watching for everyone in the Pagan community!!

Proud Pagan Podcasters

This group was created as a resource for the Pagan and Metaphysical Podcasting community and the communities they serve.

Ravencast – The Asatru Podcast

“An Asatru podcast for and about our community. We’ll have great interviews, discuss Lore, our gods and goddesses, and anything else relating to Asatru.”

Spoken Lore

A long running podcast featuring spoken word performances of the Eddas and Sagas of the Norse.


“SpiritsCast is a (mostly) pagan podcast that is recorded in Southwestern Ontario, but hopes to reach the world with education and information on alternative spiritual practices and beliefs. It is produced by Feithline Stuart, who is the former hostess of “The Dark Side of Fey”.”

The Standing Stone & Garden Gate Podcast

A new podcast for “thinking Pagans and working Witches” from Pagan philosopher Dr. Brendan Cathbad Meyers and Hedge Witch and writer Juniper.

The Dark Side of Fey

A truly fabulous personal podcast from Fey, who is a Pagan and Seeker of many years experience.  Well produced, humorous, and intimately personal; and now defunct as the hostess as a new project.

Thelema NOW!

“Our mission is to provide listeners with interesting, informative, thought-provoking interviews featuring individuals involved in myriad realms of mysticism, spirituality and magical theory and practice: authors, sorcerers, academics, entertainers.”


The ADF Podcast, a podcast coming out on or near the High Days of the calendar.

The Troth

The Official podcast of this Heathen organization.

The Wigglian Way

A fascinating Canadian podcast entering its 3rd year, Sparrow and Mojo also are the only Pagan Podcast to be included in the religions category of the 2008 Podcast Awards!

Wynyfryd’s Meditation Room

A wonderful little podcast of free online guided meditations!

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Pagan News

Two of the most prominent and popular Pagan news sources are…

Wild Hunt Blog

Jason Pitzl-Waters brings a Modern Pagan Perspective to various news stories of the day and interviews Pagans of note.  This is the premier Pagan news and opinion site, sort of the Pagan equivalent to Newsweek… or the Advocate.

Wren’s Nest News

As featured on the Witches Voice, Wren gathers up news of interest to or affecting our community and shares it with you!


The Northern Path

The Northern Path is an occasional blog featuring news and views on the contemporary revival of the pre-Christian culture of Northern Europe. It is written by Astrid, a Heathen humanist living in the United States.

The Wiccan Pagan Times

An online Wiccan/Pagan publication

Pagan News

A Complex site with a lot of information and resources.

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Pagan Resources

114 Gods of Ancient Egypt

An online Ancient Egyptian history, and religion, and culture resource

Celtic Well

This is the website of the Celtic Well, an e-mail mailing list for those interested in studying the evidence for ancient, medieval, and modern Celtic religious practices and beliefs.   In addition to links to their yahoo-group/mailing list, there are articles of interest.

The Cornell University Library Witchcraft Collection

An online selection of 104 English language books from the Witchcraft Collection.

The Pagan Calendar

A fantastically useful website with resources to create and print a fairly relevant personal Pagan calendar!

Encyclopedia Mythica

An online encyclopedia of mythology

Germanic Mythology: Texts, Translastions, Scholarship

An online compendium of Primary and Secondary sources and scholarship for Heathenry.

This website features some sample scripts and a list of legal officiants for Handfasting ceremonies.  A wonderful resource site.

Hysteria, The Great Satanism Scare

A collection of articles by Shy David, who has written some good articles about some of the Satanic Panic authors and the scares of the 80’s & 90’s.

Interfaith Calendar

An interfaith calendar with brief definitions of many religions holy days, features extensive articles

Jones’ Celtic Encyclopedia

An online Celtic encyclopedia of information seeking to catalogue all possible elements of Celtic culture, from its origins in central Europe in the Bronze Age, through the 21st century.  Created and maintained by Mary Jones.

Julian Society

The Julian Society is a non-denominational religious order dedicated restoring Pagan religion so that it may regain its rightful place as a major world religious system.

New Age Frauds & Plastic Shamans

This excellent Native American run website strives to sort out reality from trickery, and sincere confusion, as it relates to Native American religion and Shamanism

Out of the Dark

A Pagan Community resources website…

Pagan Book Reviews

A fantastic and prolific blog reviewing books of interest to Pagans, from Pagan authors Lupa and Taylor Ellwood.

Pagan Bookworm

This blog is a resource of reviews and suggestions on Pagan books, music, magazines, podcasts, DVDs as well as related news and articles.

Pagan Blogs Listing

Part of the Pagan Theologies Wiki, this extensive list of blogs contains a lot of authors worth checking out!

Pagan Chant of The Month

A resource, maintained by Witch and Elder Ivo Dominguez Jr., featuring dozens and dozens of chants and audio files.

Pagan History

A fascinating website devoted to studying the ancient roots and complex history of modern Paganism.  This author takes a unique tack that Paganism never really completely dissapeared from the West.

Pagan Theologies Wiki

The aim of this wiki is to promote discussion and awareness of Pagan theologies.  It is not to impose orthodoxy on the rich diversity of Pagan though, but rather to explore it and make it available to others.

Proteus Coven’s Library

This resource page, from the Proteus Coven listen under Witchcraft and Wicca, is so completely full of resources and articles, it really needs it’s own listing here.  Check it out!

Sarlo’s Guru Rating Service

A compilation and examination of a wide variety of spiritual Guru’s

Exploring Mythology and the Greek Gods in Classical Literature

The Witches Sabbats

A website with article by author Mike Nichols about the Holy Days of Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism.

Witch Hunts : Exposing the Lies

This excellent series is on Witches Voice, it was written by author and activist Kerr Cuhulain; it spawned an excellent book of the same time.  This series features in depth articles about authors and ministers and others behind the Satanic Panic industry.

WitchWorlds: Pagan and Wiccan resources

A collection of resources compiled by Valerie Walker

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OR check out our Magical Resources


Pantheism: The World Pantheist Movement

A website and organization for those who relate to Spirit or to the Universe, but don’t necessarily relate to the Gods.


The website of the Universal Pantheist Society.

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Queer Spirituality

Brotherhood of the Phoenix

A Neo-Pagan Order for Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender men who love men.

The Circle of Dionysos

“The Circle of Dionysos is dedicated to the exploration and celebration of spiritual traditions that honor gender fluidity and sexual variance.”

Ekklesia Antinoou

“The Ekklesia Antinoou (“Citizenry of Antinous”) is a queer, Graeco-Roman-Egyptian syncretist reconstructionist polytheist form of mystical religion.”  There is an excellent article on this group on Witchvox.

The Gay Witch Network

A resources and information site with forums

The Minoan Brotherhood

A men’s only Tradition of Witchcraft, primarily for Gay and Bisexual men.


“Nomenus is a non-profit religious organization founded in 1984 to create, preserve and manage places of spiritual and cultural sanctuary, for Radical Faeries and their friends to gather in harmony with nature, for renewal, growth and shared learning.”


A Radical Faerie (a Queer Spirituality movement) Web Server

Temple of Antinous

A site with information related to the veneration and worship of Antinous God of Homosexuality

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

A multi-faith order of Gay Nuns that has raised millions for charity

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Religio Romana / Roman Polytheism

Cultus Deorum

An international networking and communications group for practitioners of Roman Paganism.

Nova Roma

An international organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture

Temple of Religio Romana

A site dedicated to the study and preservation of ancient Roman culture and religion

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Seminaries/Learning Centers/Universities


A Pagan Learning Center and Seminary in New Mexico

Cherry Hill Seminary

A Pagan Seminary School, the first legally accredited one in the U.S., is currently seeking to become the first academically accredited Pagan University … at least in the U.S. and possibly the world!

Maetreum of Cybele

A convent and women’s retreat center.

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The Church of the SubGenius

Cultic Weirdness or Weird Cultishness?  You be the Judge!  Or seek more informative info here!

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Sumerian Polytheism

Temple of Sumer

A site of information and resources for those who honor the Deities of ancient Sumeria.

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LAShTAL.COM is home of The Aleister Crowley Society and of the Encyclopedia Thelemica. It is a non-commercial and non-partisan website devoted to the legacy of Aleister Crowley and to the impact of Crowley and Thelema on media, news and culture.

Ordo Templi Orientis

Website of the U.S. OTO Grand Lodge

Thelema 101

A very basic and useful introductory site with some good introductory material and resource

The home page of the College of Thelema and Temple of Thelema, a California Non-Profit Religious organization.


An active and well put together online encyclopedia of Thelema!

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Trouble makers

Pagan Bullies Homepage

A site with strategies for spotting and dealing with Pagan community bullies


A fantastic book-length essay on Coven Mechanics, and to a lesser degree Pagan community mechanics overall!  Sadly there is no way to directly link to it, luckily it should be quite clear that when you go to this page, you click on the “Trollspotting” button…

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Or you may want to investigate our Abuse & Domestic Violence Resources

Unitarian Universalism

Note: the Definitions page has some more information and links, if you have never really heard of or explored Unitarian Universalism.   Suffice it to say that Unitarian Universalism embraces all of the World’s Religions and sources of their faith, and specifically recognize the contributions that Contemporary Paganism “Earth Centered Traditions” as they refer to us in the 6 Sources

Church of the Larger Fellowship

The CLF is an online virtual congregation for geographically isolated, or otherwise loner types, Unitarian Universalists.

Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans

CUUP’s is the officially recognized Pagan resource of the faith of Unitarian Universalism.

The CUUPS Podcast

This is the new monthly official podcast of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans.

Discover UU

This site is a fascinating blog, podcast, and media and information aggregator that serves the online UU community.

Famous UU’s

This site lists names of and basic information about some famous Unitarians, Universalists, and (after their merger in 1961) Unitarian Universalists, as well as some famous folks of history whose stated theology matches up with those faith traditions.  There is an emphasis on Canada and the United States.

HUUmans on the Web

This is the Homeschooling resources website for UU’s and friends.

International Council of Unitarians and Universalists

The International Council of Unitarians and Universalists is a body devoted fostering connections between Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist groups around the world.

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

This is the National and International supporting and organizational body of Unitarian Universalism.  Most, although not all, Unitarian Universalist churches belong to this body.

UU Buddhist Fellowship

A UU Buddhist Fellowship organization.

Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship

A Christian Fellowship organization within Unitarian Universalism.

UU Ministry for Earth

“Connecting and inspiring an active community of UU’s for environmental justice, spiritual renewal, and shared reverence for our Earth home.”

UU Mystics in Community

A community of Unitarian Universalists interested in Mysticism

UU Wiki

An encyclopedic style Wiki page for use by U.U.’s


UUWorld in magazine and web format is published by the UUA, lots of useful information and articles!

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Witchcraft and Wicca

1734 Tradition

This site contains the writings of the late 1734 Tradition elder Joseph Bearwalker Wilson, and letters he had from Roy Bowers/Robert Cochrane.  1734 is one of many Trads of non-Wicca, or non-Wicca-inspired, Witchcraft.

Ancient Keltic Church (The Roebuck)

A religious organization dedicated to the rediscovery and revival of the Pagan mystery faith of the ancient Celtic peoples, based upon the writings and work of Robert Cochrane.

Aquarian Tabernacle Church

One of the oldest legally incorporated Wiccan Churches in the United States.

Assembly of the Sacred Wheel

The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel is a legally recognized Wiccan non-profit religious organization based in the Mid-Atlantic region. The form of Wicca that the Assembly practices is syncretic and draws inspiration from Astrology, Qabala, the Western Magickal Tradition and the folk religions of Europe.

BlueRose Feri

This is the official website of the BlueRose line of Feri Witchcraft Traditions.

Blue Star Wicca

A site with contact links to Covens as well as some informational essays on this British Traditional Wicca Trad.


Brujo Negro’s Mexican Brujeria Website

Circle Sanctuary

Circle Sanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to networking, research, spiritual healing, community celebrations, and education.

Clan of Tubal Cain

The is is one of the non-Wiccan, Traditions of Witchcraft that evolved out of/was first revealed in,  the writings and Work of Robert Cochrane aka Roy Bowers.   This group maintains a publicly available library of writings on and about their Tradition as well as some of the letters and articles of Roy Bowers(Robert Cocherain), and is on very friendly terms with the 1734 Witchcraft Tradition.

Correllian Tradition

A Family Tradition of the Craft that opened itself up to all comers.  The Correllians blend Aradian Witchcraft, Traditional Scottish Craft, Spiritualist and Cherokee beliefs.

Cornish Witchcraft

Website of the Penwith Witch Lodge – Ros An Bucca – dedicated to the preservation, exploration and nurturing of the lore and practices of Cornish and West Country Traditional Witchcraft and Cunning

Covenant of the Goddess

An international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners.

Druidic Craft of the Wise

A modern initiatory tradition of magic, witchcraft and spiritual growth which honors our celtic ancestry buy using the word “Druidic.”

Evolution of Wiccan Ethics

A valuable resource examining the history and evolution of the Wiccan Rede

Faery Roads

One of a number of branches of the Anderson Faery, or Feri, Tradition.

Feri Tradition Resources

An initiatory mystery tradition of modern Witchcraft, passed down from the teachings of Victor and Cora Anderson, Gwydion Pendderwen, and those initiated in a lineage tracing back to them.

Free Feri Dot Org

One of a number of branches of the Anderson Faery, or Feri, Tradition.

Gerald Gardner(dot)com

A detailed and scholarly site regarding Gerald Brosseau Gardner (1884-1964) and his influence on modern Wicca.

Museum of Witchcraft

The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, houses the world’s largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia. The museum has been located in Boscastle for fifty years and is amongst Cornwall’s most popular museums.

New Reformed Orthodox Order of The Golden Dawn

NROOGD is a Craft Tradition that evolved in California in the later half of the 20th Century.

Old George Pickingill and the History of Modern Witchcraft

This site is designed to disseminate information pertaining to George Pickingill, the Pickingill Craft, Traditional Witchcraft…

Proteus Coven

A theologically liberal group within the Gardnerian family, exploring the dynamic balance of continuity and change that keeps our Tradition alive.


Welcome to Reclaiming: a Community of People, a Tradition of Witchcraft, and a 501(c)3 non-profit Religious Organization in the San Francisco Bay Area.


A Goddess Temple to Kali-Ma, and a syncretic Tradition blending Western and Eastern mysticisms through Hinduism and Witchcraft.

This site is dedicated to the preservation of the Pagan roots of Italian Witchcraft.

Temple of Diana

A Feminist organization of Dianic Wicca.

The Faery Tradition

One of a number of branches of the Anderson Faery, or Feri, Tradition.

The Temple of Ara

“A Wiccan Congregation of Immanent Divinity”

The Temple of Witchcraft

The Temple of Witchcraft is a not-for-profit religious organization based in the State of New Hampshire. Co-founded by Christopher Penczack, the Temple started in 1998 as a system of magickal training and personal development, and eventually developed into a formal tradition of Witchcraft.

The Wica

This site provides information about some of the people behind the modern resurgence of Witchcraft, and uses Gardner’s own wording of “wica”.

The Witches Sabbats

A website with article by author Mike Nichols about the Holy Days of Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism.

The Writings of Roy Bowers (Robert Cochrane)

An online repository of the publicly available writings and letters by Roy Bowers, maintained by The Clan of Tubal Cain.

Traditional Witchcraft Forums

These forums deal with pre-Gardnerian and non-Wicca forms of Pagan Witchcraft.

Wicca: For the Rest of Us

One Witches intelligent and elegant reaction to the flakiness and fluffdom that has been plaguing Wicca/Religious Witchcraft in it’s millennial growing pains.

Wiccan Church of Canada

The site of one of Canada’s leading Wiccan organizations

Witch School International

A very active online branch of the Correllian Nativist Tradition.

WitchWorlds: Feri Tradition

A collection of Feri Trad resources compiled by Valerie Walker

WitchWorlds: Pagan and Wiccan resources

A collection of resources compiled by Valerie Walker

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Women’s Spirituality

Girls Underground

A site detailing the feminine initiatory archetype, present throughout mythology and folklore.


A training organization for Priestesses that seeks to revitalize the Jewish connection with the Divine feminine and to reclaim the ancient role of women as facilitators of sacred experience.  (A goddess leaning area of Judaism, not necessarilly Pagan, but Goddess leaning and in the realm of Women’s spirituality, so included here….)

Re-formed Congregationg of the Goddess

An international and multi-tradition women’s religious organization.

Sisterhood of Avalon

SOA is a fully incorporated, non-profit, Celtic Women’s Mysteries organization.

Temple of Diana

A Feminist organization of Dianic Wicca.

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This page is one of my ongoing projects.  If you have any suggestions for new links or Categories, or other comments relating to this page, please post them bellow…

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16 thoughts on “Online Resources!

  1. I have a friend who is pagan, and needs free legal help concerning a child custody matter. she’s pagan and was sexually manipulated by a supposed pagan, and a child w2as produced. The child is with him, and she desires custody. She tried using an attorney, who took her money, and produced nothing.
    Do you know of any resources she could use? She’s in Redlands, California.

    Rev. Mel J. Fleming II

    • (e-mailed him with functioning links to relevant organizations)
      Dear Reverend Fleming,

      I can suggest a few different resources…

      The Alternative Religions Educational Network, formerly the Witches Anti-Discrimination League.

      The Lady Liberty League

      The Earth Religions Legal Assistance Network

      Are all good possibilities for further advice and assistance, another thought would be to contact your local or state members for Covenant of The Goddess, and the folks of the Reclaiming Tradition, to see if they can aim you at some Pagan friendly legal assistance and counseling resources for your friend.

      Prayers for your friend,

      Pax/ Geoffrey

    • Dear Reverend Fleming,

      At the current time I don’t list specific or local Meet-up groups in the resources listing here, although if you have a separate website for Pheonyx Circle I would be happy to check that out and consider linking to it?


  2. This is magnificent! I just formed a page on Facebook dedicated to Pagan charities, causes, and aid organizations, in part due to difficulty in finding resources like this. Not meaning at all to compete with such a wonderful resource, I’ll cross post this site and promote it on that page. I’m just getting started with it, but it’s located at Thanks for all of the wonderful work here.

      • Thanks for the updates! I am afraid that the last year or so has seen me develop a major case of burn-out in all of my creative and spiritual efforts.. I am wrestling with that at the moment and hope to be back in form soon.

        • No worries at all. I’m in the same boat quite often. At the moment I’m on the “on again” side of the “on again, off again” approach to things. Sadly the facebook group I created is not the first. It is probably the easiest to keep running as there are so many great things going on in the pagan world, so hopefully it’ll have more life in it than some of my previous endeavors.

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