West Coast Pagan

Wicca For Beginners: Fundamentals of Philosophy and Practice

Wicca For Beginners: Fundamentals of Philosophy and Practice  by Thea Sabin Due to the sheer number of Wicca 101 books on the market, many newcomers to the Craft find themselves piecing together their Wiccan education by reading a chapter from one book, a few pages from another. Rather than depending on snippets of wisdom to…

House Blessing and Witch Bottle

It took us a year, but we finally got around to a house cleansing and blessing of our new home, and decided to throw in a witch bottle for good measure! It was the first time I did a witch bottle, but I think we did ok. We used local West Coast sage to cleanse…

6 Minutes of Witchcraft: Regarding Experienced Witches, Newbies, & Books

I just listened to Laura Tempest Zakroff’s “6 Minutes of Witchcraft – A Message to Experienced Witches” where she talked about recommending introductory books to seekers. Would you recommend your favourite beginner books to a newbie today? Popular books from the 1970s (Margot Adler, Starhawk), 1980s (Raymond Buckland), and 1990s (Scott Cunningham, Silver RavenWolf) may…

Autumn Blessings 2020

An online ritual via Zoom may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but its very nice to celebrate with those you hold dear in any way you can. Blessed Mabon and Harvest Moon! © West Coast Pagan


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About Me

An eclectic Pagan with an interest in nature, mythology, folklore, spirituality and I love to learn new things. I obtained my Second Degree in an eclectic Wiccan tradition, and have also become familiar with Druidry, Celtic Reconstructionism, Anglo Saxon and Norse Heathenry. I’m a fan of history and archaeology and am part of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). I currently call the West Coast of Canada home.

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Image credit Maxine Miller’s Triple Goddess