Wise Witches Society

The Craft... Links to various sites


The Craft... Links to various sites

If you are seeking to learn about witchcraft and traditions this is a place you can begin your search. If you are studying this will be a helpful resource.

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Latest Activity: Aug 11

Discussion Forum

Pagan Traditions 1 Reply

 These sites have a wealth of information about the many traditions and the history of Witchcraft and provide a general overview.  These are a great place to begin your search. …Continue

Tags: traditions, Pagan

Started by Cara. Last reply by Cara Aug 4, 2011.

The Alexandrian Tradition 1 Reply

The Alexandrian Tradition has its roots in what is now called Gardnerian Wicca.The name "Alexandrian" is generally viewed by the Initiates of the Tradition as a reference to the "founder," Alex Sanders  Follow the links to read more …Continue

Started by Cara. Last reply by Cara Aug 4, 2011.

The Gardnerian Tradition

The Gardnerian Tradition began with Gerald Gardner. He published several books about Witchcraft: 1949-High Magick's Aid, and 1954-Witchcraft Today.  To read and find out more follow the links below …Continue

Tags: Tradition, Gardnerian

Started by Cara Aug 4, 2011.

The Correllian Tradition

 Correllian Nativist Tradition, also known as Correllian Wicca, was launched on September 4 1879. It is a Wiccan tradition which was created by Orpheis Caroline High Correll.  She was an American practicing psychic, spiritual healer, and herbalist,…Continue

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Started by Cara Aug 4, 2011.

Dianic Tradition

The Tradition of Dianic WiccaTemple of Diana's Dianic tradition is a Goddess and woman-centered, earth-based, feminist denomination of the Wiccan religion For women. Usually covens are for women only and exclude men.  Follow the links to read more…Continue

Tags: Tradition, Dianic

Started by Cara Aug 3, 2011.



Tags: witch, Hedge

Started by Cara Aug 3, 2011.

Cornish Witches and witchcraft

http://www.cornishwitchcraft.co.uk/about.html The Pellar Current is a name given to a particular expression of Traditional Witchcraft. It is characterised by its initiates drawing upon…Continue

Started by Cara Aug 3, 2011.

The tradition 1734 ~ Jospeh B. Wilson

http://www.1734-witchcraft.org/index.html The Foundations of 1734:The Words of Joseph B. Wilson1734 is a Craft tradition which I established in the United States during the late 1960's and…Continue

Tags: JosephBWilson, 1734, Traditions

Started by Cara Aug 3, 2011.

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of The Craft... Links to various sites to add comments!

Comment by Pebbles on August 11, 2015 at 3:08pm

I am looking for a mentor. Any ideas?

Comment by Selena Delunae on October 10, 2014 at 11:29am

I'm a solitary practitioner so which tradition should be best for me?

Comment by Selena Delunae on October 10, 2014 at 6:34am

Hello sisters,

I wish to learn more on Pagan tradition.

Comment by johnnie padgett on February 26, 2012 at 2:00pm

I need to get back into my craft, i have neglected this for so long and its now affecting my mood and atmosphere, need positive energy

Comment by Cara on August 20, 2011 at 6:55am



This sight has a wide range Occult topics. It has links to books and discussions and it an amazing site. Any one studying Wicca or magick will find this a most useful resource.

Comment by Cara on August 12, 2011 at 9:23am

Please note this group is currently being created and more will be added in time.

This group is designed to provide links to other sites that will be helpful to those studying Witchcraft and Wicca.


If you have content about traditions you follow that you would like to add please give a very brief description and then post links back to the site.


Please do not copy articles here. They will be taken down and links left.


If you have written your own material then post it as your work and use appropriate referencing to acknowledge quotes. If it is someone elses work do not post it here in this group.


I thank you for honouring the copyright of materials and sites. The creators have put in many hours of work and time and there fore deserve our respect.

I hope this group will be a wonderful resource for all.

blessed be



Comment by Cara on August 8, 2011 at 10:40am
your welcome
Comment by steev on August 7, 2011 at 2:20pm

cheers Cara, I knew itd be something simple :-)


blessed be


Comment by Cara on August 7, 2011 at 1:35am

Hi Mystic


Great to see you here. I am sure you might have much to share re Hedgewitchery my friend:)

please feel free to add content as you will




Comment by Cara on August 7, 2011 at 1:33am

Hi Steev


If you have sites for the Traditions already with a discussion page simply copy the link in your address bar and paste in the repy box the link from the address bar.


If it is for a Tradition that is not listed then grive a very brief description of Name and founder of the Tradition and then post the link. You click on the Add Discussion link. :)

or you can email me the info and I  can post it


Great to hear from you


light and blessings



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