This links page is by no means intended to be a comprehensive listing of Wiccan, neo-Pagan, or Celtic material on the Web. There are sites out there which have made a specialty of that sort of thing, (a few of which are listed below,) and we've neither the time nor the inclination to attempt to duplicate work that has already been done by someone else. The sites which we have listed here are sites that we have personally found useful or consider (for any one of a number of reasons,) to be important or useful resources.
Oak, Ash, and Thorn -- The Website belonging the Oak, Ash, and Thorn Tradition of American Eclectic Wicca.
Briar Rose Circle - A Yahoo Group for members of Briar Rose Circle in Michigan
Mysteries of the Moon Circle - a Yahoo Group form members of Mysteries of the Moon in Kentucky
Dark of the Moon Circle - An incipient daughter circle of Tangled Moon
Ontario Center for Religous Tolerance -- Supporting freedom of religion
Witches' League for Public Awareness -- despite the occasional in-fighting, this is a strong voice for religous freedom for Witches.
Lady Liberty League -- Religious freedom site run by Circle Sanctuary
Sacred Earth Alliance -- A resource for finding legal assistance for religious rights issues for Pagans.
Earth Religions Legal Assistance Network -- One of the best sites on the web related to laws and Pagan religious practice
Directory of Earth Religion Rights Contacts - State by State listings.
Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone's Homepage -- Two of the leaders of the Wiccan community in Ireland and the UK.
Proteus Coven Homepage -- Founded by Judy Harrow, former First Officer of COG. A must see for some truly wonderful essays on Craft matters.
Owl House -- Chas Clifton's homepage. Go here to read some of the chapters from his book that Llewellyn did not publish.
Robin Wood's Homepage -- Best known for her Tarot deck and her wonderful artwork, visit here too to read her essay on ethics.
Mike Nichol's Homepage - Full of wonderful essays on things of interest to those following a Pagan path
Isaac Bonewit's Home Page -- His cult awareness tool is a classic.
Branwen's Cauldron-- An online store, a source of interesting articles, and a really good message board that I moderate.
Internet Sacred Text Archive -- An invaluable on-line source for information on a wide variety of different religions of the world. Fabulous reference site!
English Traditional Witchcraft - Beaufort House -- A site that researches the roots of Gardnerian Wicca in the US and Canada
Enyo's Workshop - Some excellent essays and other information
Wicca-For the Rest of Us - An wonderful site full of accurate information on Wicca. A must for those starting out and those who have been on this path awhile.
Desideratum - Excellent essays on Wiccan topics
The Evolution of Wiccan Ethics - A thoughtful approach to the history of the Wiccan Rede and the development of Wiccan ethics
The Pagan Institute - A site that takes a scholarly look at all things Pagan
Why Wiccans Suck - Don't be put off by the title of this site..it is worth a visit and some thought.
The Witches Voice --The most comprehensive site we have yet found on the Web for matters of concern to Wiccans and other neo-Pagans. Current events, a Wicca 101 Course, essays by Pagan authors, and an extensive networking site
Everything Ogham on The Web -- Everything you wanted to know about the Ogham, the Celtic system of writing.
Claddanda na Gaelica -- An excellent Celtic reconstructionist site.
Icon Bazaar -- Source of all those lovely floral bars in the Wheel of the Year, and the Celtic knotwork on the Who We Are page.
Leo's Icon Archive -- Where we found the drop caps used on the Who We Are page.
Mysterious Places - The wonderful photography of Cliff Wasserman, who did the picture of Stonehenge on our front page
Last updatedFebruary 25, 2009