Our classes fall into one of four categories; Magic, Myth, Ritual, or Wicca.
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The heart of what draws many to the study of Wicca! This Department deals with classes and studies that cover such topics as: Natural Magic, Herbs, Animal Studies, Crystals, Divination, Ceremonial Magic, and the 8 Paths to Power. Students are encouraged to begin to develop specialties as they go through the courses in one or more of these topics. Classes on individual topics are offered based upon instructor availability.
These are the texts and writings of Wicca in many ways. The Myths are the starting point for learning about deity and pantheons. The Department covers topics such as: Greek, Celtic, Egyptian, Norse, Asian, The Americas, Hindu, etc. Classes on individual topics are offered based upon instructor availability.
This Department deals with the community aspect of Wicca. Rituals are the way clergy provide their most visible service to the community. This Department covers topics such as: Ritual Construction, Sabbat Studies, Moon Studies, Shrine Scenes, and Rites of Passage Study. Classes on individual topics are offered based upon instructor availability.
This Department deals with the fundamentals of the religion and of becoming clergy. Classes and studies in this Department cover topics such as: Wiccan History, Ethics, Church Government, Pagan Family, Environmentalism and Wiccan Sciences. These studies are the practical knowledge every cleric needs to know to be successful in running groups within the greater community. Classes on individual topics are offered based upon instructor availability.