– Crafting Craft Tools I - III
Learn how to make some of the tools used for ritual
and magical practice. Clay tools (chalice,
pentacle, incense burner) and wood tools (wand and
– Yoga (optional)
Students are encouraged to take a meditative course
(currently not offered within the School).
– Martial Arts (optional)
Students are encouraged to learn a method of self-defense
and honing their body and mind (currently not offered within
Expand on what has been learned and piece it together
to design your own spells, also learn why some
spells are successful and others are not... how
spells work and how to design your own!
– Practical Magic III - Protection
Learn how to protect yourself psychically and
how to extend the techniques to your home and
– Divination I & II
Here students must choose a specific method of
divination to learn and to specialize in. (tarot,
runes, pendulum, scrying, palmistry, astrology,
– Charms & Talismans
Learn how to make a basic Gris-Gris and Mojo bag,
as well as how to make various charms and talismans,
including the Seals of Solomon.
– Potions I – III
Potions are ANY mixture used for medicinal or
magical purposes. Here you will learn about powders,
incenses, salts, teas and more.
MA306 – Familiars
Learn about different familiars in lore
and magic. Find out how to recognize your familiar
and how to train your familiar to work magically
MA307 – Animal Magic
This class takes the next step and adds
to the Animal Lore from Level 2 by addressing
mythological creatures and discussing Totems. Also,
learn about the history and mythology behind shapeshifting.
Discover the empowerment of shapeshifting (meditations,
techniques and exercises).
MA308 – Spirit Beings
Ghosts, Guides, Devas, Totems… there
are MANY types of spirit beings. Learn about what
each of these beings are and how to work with
MA309 – Path of the Warrior I
Basic Offensive-Defensive Magic
– Energy Sensing: Ley Lines & Power
Ley Lines are energy lines that crisscross the
Earth. Their intersections are called nodes. Learn
about these sources of energy from both a scientific,
historical and magical perspective.
– Sacred Places Around the World
Learn about (and maybe visit) some sacred places
around the world.
– Cultural Magic
Every culture has its own unique expression and
practices of magic. Learn about several in this
PH303 – Evolution of Modern Paganism II - People
of the Craft
As the movement of neo-Paganism evolved from the
more esoteric systems in the Middle Ages to what
we know it as today, there have been some key
figures in its development. (Agrippa, Dr. John
Dee, Madam Blavatsky, A. Crowley, G. Gardner...
and many more... including some more local movers
and shakers in the local communities... K.
Cuhulain, Gina Ellis, etc.) Students will discover
the fascinating lives and highlights of these
people and what they contributed to Paganism over
– Covens & Solitaries
Learn about the functions, advantages and disadvantages
of both covens (magical working groups) and solitaries.
– Clergy I
What is the general roles of Clergy in any
religion? What do we expect out of someone in this
position? This is a discussion course exploring
the subject of clergy.
– Rites of Passage
Learn about Rites of Passages from a variety of
cultures and explore these from our modern Pagan
– Liturgy I
Learn the basics of designing rituals for yourself
and small groups.
– Codes & Magical Writing
Learn about different codes and magical alphabets
and how to use them, as well as designing your
– Technology & TechnoPaganism
We live in a world of technology. Therefore we
must be nominally familiar with the tools of today.
Technological tools are no different than any
other tools. Learn how to incorporate technology
into your magical practice and about the TechnoPagans
– Public Speaking
Learn some basic techniques for organizing speeches
and presentations and performing them.
– Diplomacy & Dealing with Discrimination
This is a series of discussions revolving around
discrimination of all forms and how to talk diplomatically
to avoid unnecessary discrimination.
– Ethics & Etiquette
This is an in-depth discussion on Pagan moral
and ethical issues and conduct, as well and mundane
and ritual etiquette.
– Family & Paganism
This course explores the problems, difficulties
and pleasures of Paganism within the family setting,
including raising Pagan children.
– Kitchen Witchcraft (Magic of Food)
Magic and food go hand-in-hand. Learn about the
magic of food and how to prepare various ritual
an Esbat and a Sabbat with your class members
- perform a
20min. Presentation on a subject of your choice
Spells and How They Work by Janet & Stewart
Elements of Ritual by Deborah Lipp
Sprirt Allies by Christopher Penczak
The Magic of Shapeshifting by Rosalyn Greene
Incense, Oils & Brews by Scott Cunningham
Wiccan Warrior by Kerr Cuhulain
At this point, Students may choose to continue
to level 4 or move into a Specialty Program or