Welcome. I’m Jenett. (It’s pronounced like then-it)
Phoenix Song began as a small initiatory religious witchcraft coven in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the spring of 2008. After two long-distance moves in five years, I am now settled just northwest of Boston as of May of 2015.
There is currently no group, just me (that being a difficulty of long-distance moves) but I am once again hoping to teach and build a group for shared ritual, worship, magic, and learning.
These pages are designed to tell you more about me, my training, the tradition I practice, and what I am able to offer. I love helping people learn more and connect with others, so even if I can’t help directly, I may be able to point you toward some resources by email.
Interested in structured training and group work?
Please begin by reading about Phoenix Song’s background and tradition practices. You should also read answers to some common questions and the page on initiatory and coven work. If what you read interests you, and you want to inquire about possible training or group membership, please read and follow the directions about sending a letter of introduction.
Please also read the accessibility notes page : it has important information about how I work best, and also asks about any accessibility needs you might have.
Curious about religious witchcraft?
If you’re not sure you’re interested in training, but would like to learn more about religious witchcraft, my Seeking site has over 120 essays on various witchcraft topics. You’re welcome to send me questions or comments through the contact form on that site, and I usually reply within a day or two.
The Seeking site focuses on material I’m comfortable sharing in public with a wide range of people: many parts of my practice are not discussed in detail there. (So if you think it’s too basic, but you’re otherwise interested, please contact me and we can talk more.)
Want to meet other witches in the area?
I am often up for meeting for coffee or something similar when my schedule and energy allow. It may take a couple of weeks for me to have time for that, depending on my other commitments (see the accessibility notes for an explanation of why this can be an issue.)
Many common questions are answered on the site in the links above and in the sidebar, but if your question isn’t answered on the site, please feel free to contact me.