This week’s talking point is meant to provide a glimpse of some of the websites which I have found and recommend to others on the subject of witchcraft. This list is by no means all-inclusive, and I am certain that in the coming weeks I will come across a website I have read in the past, and I will think, “Damn, I should have included this one!” and I am even more certain that at least one of you, my readers, will think — but why didn’t you include this site.
But, here we are. These are the sites that I have found over time, that I have bookmarked to revisit, and that I think are worth mentioning. And if you think I have left a site out, by all means – please, add a link in the comments section.
Several pages really, this links to a book written by John J. Coughlin exploring the history of the Wiccan Rede. While I am not Wiccan, and I do not follow the Rede as such, I have found it to be of great benefit to be able to study its origins.
This is my go to place for finding Pagan related information that is UK focused.
I don’t necessarily agree with all of their politics, but the Pagan Federation has done a lot of work to improve the image of Paganism in the UK.
If you are ever in Cornwall, UK then definitely arrange to spend a day in Boscastle at the Museum of Witchcraft. This museum houses the largest collection of witchcraft related items in the world. If you can’t go in person, then take the virtual tour offered via their site.
Another go-to place when I am searching for information on a more global scale.
And finally, a bit of blatant self-promotion these are some articles I have written on the subject of Paganism and witchcraft.