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Witchipedia is pleased to announce Witchipedia's Introduction to Magick and Witchcraft, a Facebook group where seekers can explore basic techniques and gather information under the gentle guidance of more experienced mentors. The aim of the class/discussion is to provide a solid magical foundation for seekers in order to help them develop their own magickal style. The program is approximately six months long and takes place inside a closed Facebook group. This session is closing on February 16th, so if you are interested in joining us, please do so ASAP. The next session will begin in September. Seekers and mentors are welcome.

Simply join on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/intromagick/

There is no cost and the only requirement is a notebook and a pen.

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  • You can edit the article itself, bearing in mind the difference between a fact and opinion- facts need to be corrected and opinions should be stated as such and explored from all angles. Just email moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw to be given access.
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  • or you can email moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw and ask me to correct the article. I will do so as soon as I get a moment.

Read Along with the Witchipedia

Every month we choose a new book by, for or about magical people, Pagans, Heathens, witches or some related topic. Please join in our monthly read-along by reading this month's book and posting a review either on your own blog or right here on the page that features the book.

Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart is a novel written by Chinua Achebe, a Nigerian author about the period of transition that rocked a small village in Nigeria as the missionaries brought their message and values to the scene. The main character is a very traditional man with a somewhat overdeveloped sense of honor, even for the time and place and the story proceeds in the manner of Greek tragedy. It's not a book about magick, but I think you'll like it anyway.

Each month Witchipedia hosts a Read along. We choose a book of fiction OR nonfiction either magical or Pagan in subject or written by a member of the Pagan, Heathen, or magical communities. It may be a new release or a classic.

Each month we create a new page for the book of the month with a brief synopsis and a link to purchase the book at Amazon.com

Your task is to acquire the book, either by purchasing or borrowing it, read it, and tell us what you think.

You can discuss the book right here by clicking the "comment" link below or create a review on your blog and provide a link to it to this page so other folks can discuss it with you. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and sharing our opinions!

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This Month's Theme

This Month's Theme:Africa and African Diaspora

This month's theme is Africa and African Diaspora and it's not just because it's Black History Month, though that did push me over the edge when thinking about his month's theme. The truth is, I've been thinking about Africa and black folks a lot lately and I think everyone should. First off, Nigeria, Shell Oil, Boca Haram, Bring Back Our Girls & etc. and if you don't know what that stuff is, you need to get on Google right now. Next #blacklivesmatter here in the US and if you don't know what that's about you know where the search engine is. This is a website about magick and witchcraft and what does that have to do with Africa and African Diaspora? A whole lot! The abundance of witchcraft related deaths and abuses that take place in Africa are worth thinking about and so is all the wonderful magical stuff we get from Africa. I know a few very white witches who are unashamed of their hoodoo and rootwork and I hope they know they have Africa to thank for it. And shall I mention some pretty significant herbs that came out of Africa?

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Welcome! Thank you for joining us! We have a beginner's class that is running right now that is...
(by morningbird 06 Mar 2015 00:05, posts: 2)
I also love this book. It really is in the style of a Greek tragedy. The main character is...
(by morningbird 06 Mar 2015 00:01, posts: 2)
I got my first companion when i am 12 years old. It's from making a Pact of Friendship with her....
(by Adhinferno Bloodmoon 05 Mar 2015 07:01, posts: 5)
hello, it's a pleasure to meet you (^_^) I want to add a Page on...
(by Adhinferno Bloodmoon 05 Mar 2015 04:35, posts: 1)
Actually, I take that back. I would worry that it would slow down the process. But if your...
(by morningbird 04 Mar 2015 17:23, posts: 5)

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