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Postby loona wynd » Thu Oct 24, 2013 1:22 pm

Has any one here ever heard of, been a part of, or completed any of the courses on witchschool.com? I was wondering what your impressions of that place were. Personally I am on the fence about the tradition as I have heard that they will not only initiate pets but also stuffed animals. This to me makes me wonder how serious initiation is to the founders of the tradition and how seriously they take the mantle of priesthood.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Zale » Thu Oct 24, 2013 7:07 pm

I have .registered but have not finished
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Klia » Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:57 am

I have never heard of this site but it looks interesting. Is it free?
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby loona wynd » Sun Oct 27, 2013 2:23 pm

Klia wrote:I have never heard of this site but it looks interesting. Is it free?

Most of the first degree classes and material is. You can get all their first degree material for free. After that you need to pay though I think its like 5 a month maybe 10. There are three degrees. From what I have seen the actual priesthood and clergy have a different training program than what is on the site. You can be a member of the tradition and go to any of the numerous temples but I think their Ordination process is different than just practicing the tradition.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby loona wynd » Sun Oct 27, 2013 2:24 pm

Zale wrote:I have .registered but have not finished

How far along in the classes are you? I don't remember how far I ever got in the class.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Klia » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:08 pm

Oooh I'll have to check out the first degree one to see what it's like. Thanks for the idea!
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Zale » Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:36 pm

Ummm to be honest... Idk. It has been a long time since I have logged on. I have recently have found that my path is in druidical practice.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby loona wynd » Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:16 pm

Klia wrote:Oooh I'll have to check out the first degree one to see what it's like. Thanks for the idea!

I wasn't actually recommending that you look at this school. Read what I mentioned about initiating pets and stuffed animals into the craft. There are many in the community who feel that it is a scam. There have been articles published out there about how many parts of their lineages are faked and the like. There are many errors that have been pointed out in their practices and the like and they have ignored them so there are many things to consider. Please do a lot of research.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby loona wynd » Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:17 pm

Zale wrote:Ummm to be honest... Idk. It has been a long time since I have logged on. I have recently have found that my path is in druidical practice.


Good for you in finding your path. Good luck with that. We must all find our own paths.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby DPhoenix » Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:11 am

loona wynd wrote:Has any one here ever heard of, been a part of, or completed any of the courses on witchschool.com? I was wondering what your impressions of that place were. Personally I am on the fence about the tradition as I have heard that they will not only initiate pets but also stuffed animals. This to me makes me wonder how serious initiation is to the founders of the tradition and how seriously they take the mantle of priesthood.


Initiating pets and stuffed animals seems pretty bizarre and a little far fetched. I don't know where you heard this from but I'd take that information with a grain of salt unless you come across something yourself that throws up a red flag. I'm a big believer in giving people the benefit of the doubt until they give me a reason not to.

I looked over some of the free courses and the material seems to be of good quality. I'd recommend them for a fledgling/solitary looking to get a Wiccan education. But of course as with anything, take away from it what resonates with you and feel free to discard what doesn't.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Lillady » Wed Oct 30, 2013 11:41 pm

I have seen and checked out the site myself for reference purposes to help others. I do not recommend the site, but then again i am old fashioned and always suggest the best way to learn is to read. There is a wide amount of information in books and on the web concerning Wicca, Pagan, witchcraft and the like.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Ravenstar » Mon Nov 17, 2014 3:14 am

I am a registered member. I signed up for Living the Wicca Life. It's the year and a day study. I am almost done. I am a lifetime member meaning I can take as many classes as I want. It is very interesting. I also read books. So yeah, I am finding out that their info. Is correct. I am not going for clergy or anything. Blessings.
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby GemmaVonDrachä » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:35 am

Rather Curious.. is there any other learning courses online?? preferably free???
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby CleverlyDisguised » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:00 am

I prefer Coruscanti Wicca to Corellian
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Re: Witchschool.com or Corellian Wicca

Postby Bychan Wulf » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:13 am

GemmaVonDrachä wrote:Rather Curious.. is there any other learning courses online?? preferably free???

Sonebody posted this a while ago:http://www.unclefesters.com.au/Free-Wicca-Course-Home-Page-s/189533.htm. It's free, they send you everything via email and you can also write them back to ask questions. I've been receiving their courses (1/week) since november i think and they are pretty useful. :flyingwitch:
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