My Transcript

Updated: October 30th, 2014

My Beginnings:

I was raised Catholic. I lost faith in a Christian God by seventh grade. I was 12. I was atheist for a while, until a friend of mine brought Teen Witch by Silver Ravenwolf to school one day. I borrowed it, but made the mistake of reading it in front of my parents. We had the “You know this stuff isn’t real, right?” talk, and I was ordered to return the book. Instead, I kept the book in my locker, and read it only at school. It opened up a whole new world of discovery for me. I had never really known there was a whole set of beliefs and philosophy centered on the Earth and nature. I was hooked, and could not get enough information. It’s been that way ever since. My most defining moment, I remember, was in the spring during high school. I was walking home from school, and saw a blooming flower. I don’t know what it was about this flower, but I stopped and looked closer. I was overwhelmed by a sudden sense of majesty. It was beautiful. It was magical. It. Was. Alive. I’ve never doubted since then. There is a power in everything, if you only have the desire to see and embrace it.

Personal Exploration:

Mostly I  have just read. I have always been very hesitant to ever produce a practical application of what I’ve read. I’d like to change that. I’d like to find the courage to not only dream, but to do.

Schools and Spiritual Callings:


Energy Work:

Energy ball play.

Spells and Rituals:

  • Minor healing spell
  • Finding and acquiring new work spell
  • Eclectic Sabbat and Esbat rituals


Mystery Experience:


Community Service:

  • Crocheting/knitting blankets/hats/scarves/mittens for the needy

Books Read:


  • Dedicant: A Witch’s Circle of Fire – Thuri Calafia
  • Northern Tradition for the Solitary Practitioner – Galina Krasskova & Raven Kaldera
  • Pagan Every Day – Barbara Ardinger

Have Read:

  • Witchcraft: Theory and Practice* – Ly de Angeles
  • Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft* – Raymond Buckland
  • Wicca for Life – Raymond Buckland
  • Oak, Ash, and Thorn – DJ Conway
  • Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner* – Scott Cunningham
  • The Craft* – Raven Grimassi
  • Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions* – Joyce & River Higginbotham
  • Magic Shield – Francis Melville
  • Grimoire for the Green Witch* – Ann Moura
  • The Simple Sabbat* – M. Flora Peterson
  • Teen Witch – Silver Ravenwolf
  • Solitary Witch – Silver Ravenwolf
  • The Magician’s Table – Alan Richardson
  • The Spiral Dance* – Starhawk
  • The Runes Book – Horik Svensson
  • Candle Magic* – Richard Webster

*Recommended Reading


Want to Read:

Astral Travel for Beginners – Richard Webster

Flying Without A Broomstick – DJ Conway

– Alfrún

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