Judaism 101 Judaism 101 is an online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs. My goal is to make freely available a wide variety of basic, general information about Judaism, written from a traditional perspective in plain English. This web site has grown continually for more than 10 years and continues to be updated periodically. The information in this site is written predominantly from the Orthodox viewpoint, because I believe that is a good starting point for any inquiry into Judaism. Everything in this web site is free to use or distribute in any way, with three conditions: 1) if you use text, graphics or sound from this site, please credit this site; 2) do not redistribute this information for profit; 3) do not "mirror" this site or copy pages from this site for use on other web sites. Where to Start Just browsing? Looking for something specific? Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced? Want to see what's new?
WitchSchool What are the different types of pagan Paganism is an umbrella term that is used to describe people who do not follow Christianity or Islam. It can include Wiccans, Buddhists, Druids, and Eclectic Witches in its description - to name but a small few. The basic principles of Paganism are as follows: Pagans revere the Earth. Pagans are typically deeply concerned about the environment. Most Pagans engage in celebrations of the changing seasons, and see time in cyclical rather than linear terms. Pagans tend to be fiercely individual, but tolerant of the belief systems of others. The Divine has made Itself manifest through many Deities in different places and at different times. Pagans believe in balance between the Masculine and Feminine energies of the universe. Many pagans believe in Karma, and the Law of Return. It is no more true that all Pagans are Wiccans than it is true that all Christians are Methodists.
Occult Forum.org Forums Religions - Zoroastrian: The Parsis The Grey School of Wizardry :: Thank you for your interest in attending our Grey School of Wizardry! We look forward to your acceptance and participation in our school! Please bear in mind that we originally designed this School for students in the 11-18 age range. The reading level and general difficulty of classes are therefore intended for such younger students, beginning with the most basic aspects of Wizardry and moving up to more complex topics, as most students progress through seven levels. However, due to considerable interest from adults, we have chosen to make our classes also available to students older than 18. There are currently two different ways to pay tuition at Grey School. The GSW Magister program is designed to allow adult students to take an unlimited number of classes at the Grey School of Wizardry from all levels without the constraints of the structured Apprenticeship program. There are no Level-Up fees associated with the Magister program. Let's begin!
What is Wicca? What is Wicca? Wicca. Witchcraft. The Path. The Craft. Whatever you call it, it's more than just a religion or magick, it's a way of life -- in perfect love and perfect trust. The philosophy of the religion (acknowledged as such by the U.S. As Starhawk said in "Spiral Dance ": Our practice arises from a deep, spiritual commitment to the earth, to healing and to linking of magick to political action. Each one of us embodies the divine. Honoring both Goddess and God, we work with female and male images of divinity, always remembering that their essence is a mystery that goes beyond form. In honoring the Goddess and God, we acknowledge the duality that exists in all facets of life. Wicca is an Earth religion -- an accepting, open-minded faith that celebrates diversity and considers us all to be children of the same mother. Next Page Glossary For further reading Get a Rune or Tarot reading, dream interpretation or astrological report
cyber cauldron school of eclectic witchcraft Welcome to the cyber cauldron school of eclectic witchcraft. So the first question is what is eclectic witchcraft and how can I learn it? The fact is unlike defined paths like Wicca eclectic paths are very personal and really allow the individual to seek out the divine in a personal way and develop their own path worshipping and practicing magicks, through a simple framework. Now since my formal training is Wicca many of the practices do have a Wiccan flare but will be mixed with northern tradition, shamanic practices, dragon magicks and my own mix of personal insights and developments. I hope to provide a course that can be completed in a single year (well 13 moons), which once complete can be wrapped in to a book and sold. I will try to keep the learning as free as possible but you will need candles, incense etc from time to time. Over the last year I have spent time seeking the basic resources for everyone to complete this course. Lessons 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.