Wicca Archive

Enchanted resistance: A history of political magick

By Donyae Coles
Political magick has been used as a form of protest for centuries. Read about

Black witch resources: Getting started

By Donyae Coles
Black witch doesn't mean dark magick, it means that the practitioner identifies as Black.

Celtic Witchcraft, by Mabh Savage

By L. D. Taylor
Celtic Witchcraft touches on the magical relevance of calendars, colours, the elements, animals, tools,

The Art of Ritual, by Rachel Patterson

By Daleth West
The Art of Ritual discusses the basic elements of a ritual: tools, suggested altar

Mabon: Nature-based crafts for the Witches’ Thanksgiving

By Susan Starr
Crisp autumn air, rustling leaves underfoot, light sweaters, the first apples -- Mabon is

Lughnasadh crafts: Candle holder and herb incense

By Susan Starr
These crafts help celebrate the Lammas, or Lughnasadh, sabbat with incense and light. Make

The Witches’ Almanac, Issue 35

By Corinna Underwood
Whether you practice the Craft or have an interest in folklore, you will find

Litha: Celebrating sunny days on Midsummer’s Eve

By Susan Starr
The Wheel of the Year has turned an eighth from Beltane to Litha, celebrated

An occultnik manifesto

By Psyche
The word "occultnik" is a portmanteau of "occult," which means hidden, and the suffix

Wicca: Another Year and a Day, by Timothy Roderick

By Corinna Underwood
With Wicca: Another Year and a Day, Timothy Roderick has created a workbook that

Beltane: Dancing with the faery folk

By Susan Starr
One of the four major fire festivals of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year,

Beltane, by Melanie Marquis

By Syndee Barwick
Beltane: Rituals, Recipes and Lore for May Day is a perfect guide to ignite