This week Rev Su reviews witchesofthecraft.com for its merit as a witchy web site. This is a general web site for Wiccans, primarily, but also includes other Neo-Pagan denominations on its annual calendar of holidays and important dates. Worth checking out as we are thankful for our religious freedom here in the U.S.!
This week Rev Su reviews http://www.crystalinks.com/holographic.html for its merit as a witchy web site. This is a scientific theory that was firs tencountered by Rev Su in the book, Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions, by Joyce & River Higginbotham (see http://riverandjoyce.com/home/?page_id=24).
This week Rev Su reviews www.wiccanspells.info for its merit as
a witchy web site. This site is chock full of useful and original information!
This week Rev Su reviews www.thesmartwitch.com for its qualities
as a witchy web site, and boy, is there quality! Check it out while listening
to the episode! Please forgive the background sounds…it was my cat.
In honor of Independence Day, this week Rev Su reviews The Church and School of Wicca at www.wicca.orgfor its qualities as a witchy web site. This one’s a no-brainer, but still makes for a good episode!
This week Rev Su reviews www.earthwitchery.com for its merit as
a witchy web site! An oldie but a goody, you should check it out for yourself!
What is feng shui? This week Rev Su evaluates the website Feng Shui for
Beginners on About.com for its completeness and usefulness. Check it out for
yourself at http://fengshui.about.com/od/faq/f/feng_shui_tips.htm.
Episode 3 reviews the major Pagan networking site, The
Witches’ Voice at www.witchvox.com for
its usefulness and layout. The Witches Voice is a major Pagan networking web
site and I hope you become a site member, if you’re not already. One thing I
forgot to mention is that this is not just for the US, there are links to
pagans in places all over the world!
Rev Su reviews www.thewhitegoddess.co.uk/correspondences
in this episode. Check out our sweet new theme music from www.podcastthemes.com !
Rev. Su reviews the commercial web site www.themagickalcat.com for its usefulness and reliability as a source for magical correspondences for spell work.