IpfJEIhe Witches' Voice can be found on the Net at
>. It has the world's largest existing database of Wiccan and other Neopa-gan contacts, as well as a huge library of articles and essays about Neopagan Witchcraft and other Pagan paths, plus a section designed for the needs of professional journalists.
America Online <www.aol.com> has a very lively and active Neopagan community (many of whom are Wiccans), with chat rooms, libraries of text and graphics files, and message boards. Use the Keyword "Pagan" to access these.
There are over 2,500 Wiccan and other Pagan e-lists/groups, running from half a dozen members to 1,000+, of wildly varying knowledge at Yahoo Groups <www.yahoogroups.com >.
There are over twenty Wiccan and other Pagan "communities" that can be found on MSN Communities <http://communities.msn.com/>. These are like the older "BBSs" of the '80s & '90s.
The Aquarian Tabernacle Church has it's website at <www.AquaTabCh.org>. This is one of the largest Wiccan churches in the world, with legal recognition in the U.S.A. and other countries. ATC provides a legal "umbrella" for qualifying covens desiring legal and tax-exempt status. Their email address is <[email protected]>. They can be reached offline at: Box 409, Index, WA, USA 98258.
The Church and School of Wicca, run by Wic-can authors Gavin and Yvonne Frost, has their website at <www.wicca.org/>. The Frosts offer correspondence courses, books, videos, annual get-togethers, etc. related to Frostian Wicca. Their email address is <[email protected]>. They can be written to via Box 297, Hinton, WV, USA 25951.
Circle Sanctuary can be found on the Net at <www.circlesanctuary.org>. It is "a non-profit Nature Spirituality center serving Wiccan, Shamanic, Goddess, Druidic, Celtic Mystic, and other Pagan folk worldwide." It publishes the Circle Guide to Pagan Groups and Circle Magazine, both of which are major networking tools. Email: <[email protected]>. They can be written to via: Box 219, Mt. Horeb, WI, USA 53572.
The Covenant of the Goddess or "COG" at <www.cog.org> is "an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners." They provide 501(c) (3) tax-exempt status as branch congregations to qualifying covens, as well as educational materials and advice to Wiccans dealing with the media. Their email address is <[email protected]>. Write to them via: Box 1226, Berkeley, CA, USA 94701.
I should also list my own website, which is <www.neopagan.net>. While not focused on Wicca, it does contain articles and information of general Neopagan, Druidic, and magical interest.
There are also many online and offline newsletters, magazines, and journals of Neopaganism and Witchcraft, which may be found in your local esoteric, occult or New Age store, as well as tracked down through the websites listed above.
These facts were good as of June 2002. These are mostly institutions that have been around for many years and are likely to remain so. If one of the above urls/eddresses fails, search for current ones via major web search sites.
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