Seeking is a project I started in 2010, and since then it has grown to over 150 articles and other resources.
My goal has always been to provide thoughtful material for people exploring religious witchcraft or looking to figure out more options for their practice, whether that’s practicing on their own, in a larger community, or in a particular community.
Over time, I’ve focused particularly on
- Things other books and sources often gloss over (like how to sort out conflicting information, or where some ideas come from).
- How to learn about Pagan topics, both from conventional academic sources (like books and libraries), but also from ritual and personal practice.
- Accessibility and adapting materials to your specific needs (while sharing the reasons some things are done certain ways).
History of the site
This site started as a collection of comments on religious witchcraft that came from my former blog, posts on online forums, or other comments to people.
The oldest posts on the site are from August 2010, but I did most of the initial work in the first half of 2011. Since then I’ve regularly added additional articles and pages as I get a chance.
I did a major overhaul in December 2016 to rearrange pages, add some features, and improve accessibility. I migrated my general Pagan blogging here in 2018. You can find my Witch in Practice series, a weekly look at what I’ve been up to.
Now that the site’s turning 10, it’s time to do another review. Right now, I’m moving things around and writing some pieces to fill in gaps. You can keep an eye on the blog for updates about where that is.
Updates and news
Keep an eye on the blog for news and updates.
I have an occasional newsletter with links I’m finding interesting, and a Patreon where I share Pagan-relevant links. (You can also use Ko-Fi if you want to support the site.) Patreon supporters have a chance to contribute to “what should I write next”.
If you’d like to use something on this site for your own teaching or sharing, please check out my copyright page for more information.
Last edited: July 2020