I originally created this website in 2001 as a response to my own experiences with the neopagan community. For a long while I added to it, but over the past several years it has sat available but not expanded upon.
My focus has changed over the years as I found my work commonly being used as reference material for seekers as well as non-Wiccans simply looking for information. Rather than being a reaction to the neopagan community, this new site is much more tailored to providing quality, basic information.
“Concerns about Wicca” is for those who have heard various rumors about who we are and what we do. It’s written in particular for parents concerned about what their child is investigating.
“Wiccan Basics” is just that: coverage of the basic ideas and practices of Wicca.
Despite the fact the concept of an ancient witch religion has been 40 years debunked, there are still those who claim Wicca is an ancient religion. The “History” section discusses the origin of the idea, what is wrong with it, and the real, modern history of Wicca.
Facts and opinions about facts are not the same. The “Opinion” section addresses issues I consider important but also recognize as a personal perspective.
I am regularly asked about book recommendations, so “Books” gets its own section. unfortunately, I have not read any new books in several years, so there are all repeats of the reviews on my original site.
“Offsite Articles: History, Interrupted” contains a number of articles I wrote on my blog, History, Interrupted. While they do not specifically address Wicca, they are topics which are relevant to many Wiccans and other neopagans.