Gardnerian Wicca Seekers and Initiates - Facebook Group
The Facebook group has been formed so that seekers (non-initiates) can find Gardnerian groups to train with, if that is a good fit for all involved. Gardnerian Wicca is an initiatory Mystery Tradition which traces its lineage back to Gerald Gardner and the New Forest Coven in England. In order to become Gardnerian, one must train with a Gardnerian coven, and be initiated into the Mysteries. ...more
Founded in 1975, CoG is one of the largest and oldest Wiccan religious organizations. Incorporated as a nonprofit religious organization, CoG has Local Councils and members throughout the USA. It participates in interfaith activities, offers minesterial credentials and more...
Gardnerian Wica Questions
An open list on Yahoo Groups for those of Gardnerian Lineage and those with questions about Gardnerian Wica. Read more...
Who was GBG?
Noted author Philip Heselton has published a comprehensive two-part biography of Gerald B. Gardner, who some have called the Father of Modernday Witchcraft. (If the photos and quotes from this calendar have sparked your curiosity, why not learn more about Gerald B. Gardner?)
The Museum of Witchcraft - Bostcastle (England)
This museum holds a treasure of historical material, for both the modern day Craft, plus older material from England's rich history of folklore and magick.
The Doreen Valiente Foundation
Doreen Valiente was one of the most influential woman in the world of modern Witchcraft. This charitable foundation was formed to share, celebrate, research and preserve Doreen's legacy in publishing, museum events and more. Check out Doreen's recently-published biography by noted historian Philip Heselton.
With meditations and visualisations for each zodiac sign, each of these amazing astral journeys contains a lesson to integrate into everyday life and reveals its link with the world of spirit. These copyrighted mp3 files are available as gifts to the Community from Patricia for free download.
PFI is an international Pagan networking organization. It is an excellent resource to make contact with, meet (and learn from) Pagans around the world. At a local level, coordinators in many countries provide newsletters, events of interest to PFI members and news of local pubmoots. More info...
Excellent website about the people behind the resurgence of interest in modern day Witchcraft. Gerald Gardner, who is often considered to be the Father of Modern Day Witchcraft, would refer to its early members as being of 'The Wica' - hence the site's name.
The Broom Closet
Goods from artisans and crafts people from all over the world...