This page collects useful websites and things to read online – keep checking back, as I’ll continue to add material as I come across it.
The Wild Hunt:
Jason, the blogger behind this site, has covered the Pagan community for years, and the site is a wealth of information about notable Pagans, upcoming and historic events, and all sorts of other news. If you hear commentary about an event you can’t make sense out of, there’s a chance you can sort it out by reading here. A great place to add to your regular reading to keep up with news, events, and other topics of interest.
The Witches’ Voice:
Mentioned already as a great networking resource, Witchvox sees a lot of viewers. Each week, they also post about 10 essays or articles. These tend to be mixed in all senses – some are re-hashes of stuff that’s been discussed to pieces in various sources, but some are new and original approaches to a topic. Some are aimed at beginners to the topic, some are aimed at people with a great deal of experience. Still, it’s worth browsing, and you’ll often see an essay here come up for further discussion on various forums and lists.
This blog, from a magician and occultist living in London, has a lot of fascinating discussion of theory and philosophy behind magic. (Note that he comes at this from a different background than religious witchcraft, so some concepts might be new to you.) He also links to some great resources.
[last edited January 14, 2011]