Paganism, Wicca, and Witchcraft
- The Paganism and Wicca Page on About.com: This is really good for background research and serves as a good resource for beginners.
- Celtic Connection: Again, this is basic information about Wicca, but it has really good explanations of holidays and whatnot.
Social Media and Organizations
- The Pagan Pride Project: Organizes Equinox sabats every September on a global scale. A very cool organization.
- The Witch’s Voice: Great for networking and finding groups, events, and businesses in your area.
- Meetup.com: Great for meeting likeminded people in your area.
- Timeless Myths: This is a great site for brushing up on the legends and myths from the Greco-Roman, Celtic, Norse, and Arthurian canon.
- Spells of Magic: This is a site that I am including with a word of caution. While I strongly believe in writing your own spells, it is nice when you are getting started to have a model to work with. There are models for every intended path.
- Llewellyn Worldwide Spell of the Day: Publisher of authors Scott Cunningham and D.J. Conway, every year this company produces an almanac of spells, which offers a wide variety of spells and rituals from a variety of traditions. If for some reason you can’t buy it, they publish the spell of the day every day on their website.
- 13Moons.com: One of the biggest online shops for Pagan and occult items. Great products, especially ritual materials. Plus, easily the best customer service I have ever experienced!
- Herbs of the Labyrinth: I visited this shop on vacation. They grow the vast majority of the herbs they sell and make their own herbal products. Perfect for anyone who works with herbs.
- Mountain Rose Herbs: Biggest online supplier of herbs, both medical and magical.
- The Magic is in You: This Etsy shop is my favorite supplier of tumbled stones.