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We are happy to present this page for covens, groups and organizations in the locations listed below. This information on these pages is presented as submitted, we do not know many of the groups that are represented here and only remove groups if serious verifiable allegations are brought to our attention. We encourage you to please use your discretion when meeting strangers, and due diligence in researching the tradition and reputation of the leaders. We suggest you read this BLOG post prior to meeting possible teachers, as well as the DISCLAIMER page.
Hail and welcome Witches, Pagans, Wiccans and Heathens to the Mandragora Magika home page for Pennsylvania!
CITY: Camp Hill - Harrisburg Area
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Horsa Tradition & Sacred Pentagraph Tradition
CONTACT NAME: Thorn Nightwind
WEBSITE: WOLFA COVEN
The Wolfa Coven is part of the Horsa Tradition & Sacred Pentagraph Tradition. Our line in Horsa was brought to the US by Sybil Leek in the mid 1960s, and Sacred Pentagraph was established by Sybil Leek, Charmaine Dey & Tarostar in the late 1960s. More information on our practices can be found on our blog or on our social media. We welcome inquiries from seekers and covens looking to practice in either or both related traditions and happy to network with others who are interested in our unique path.
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Gala Tradition of Witchcraft
CONTACT NAME: Stewart
We are a close-knit group of outgoing, laid-back, creative guys. We join together to observe Esbat and Sabbat rites, as well as regular classes on various topics. Following ritual, we share in good food and fellowship. We love to come together over discussions on all manner of topics, from occult studies, to current issues facing the LGBTQ community. We seek to be a home for those who have yet to find one, and welcome new members with a simple challenge; Know Thyself.
We are a great place for those who want to learn more about coven life, as well as anyone who wishes to learn the finer points of standing up for one's beliefs, while being able to engage in knowledgeable and community building endeavors with poise and social grace. If this interests you, we look forward to talking with you further, and answering any questions that you may have. We are a Wiccan initiatory tradition, catering exclusively to gay and bisexual men. We follow the standard three degree system, common in Wiccan practice today. Our aim is to help gay and bisexual men reclaim their divinity, and understand it's place within our rich cultural heritage.
WHISPERING MOONS CIRCLE OF WITCHES
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Eclectic / Hecatean
CONTACT NAME: Linda
I am a practicing Witch for almost 20 years. I run a small Circle (not a coven) of local witches, always looking for interested, dedicated people to join. Although we are all eclectic, as a group we honor Hecate and rituals are focused around her. I am also an HerbWitch.
DRAGON TRYST COVEN
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Gardnerian
CONTACT NAME: Lady Aima and Lady Kore
MEETUP: CHECK OUT MOON CHILDREN
Dragon Tryst is a 7th generation Long Island Line coven of the Gardnerian tradition. Our outer court is Moon Children, which has existed for more than 20 years. Serious seekers are encouraged to send emails to Lady Aima or Lady Kore. Our outer court meets once a month, usually on or around the full moon. Seekers must petition and spend at least a year and a day, or equivalent experience, in the outer court before seeking initiation into the coven. We are excited to hear from all serious seekers. Blessed be!
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Wicca
CONTACT NAME: Lady A
WEBSITE: HECATE'S WHEEL
Hekate’s Wheel, formerly Grove of Gaia for 15 years. We teach the Philosophy and Magick of Wicca, an 8 week course, and are accepting new members.
GROVE OF THE LILY AND ROSE
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Gardnerian
CONTACT NAME: Lady Thalassa
Gardnerian Grove in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Open to seekers. Upcoming Wicca 101 (free of charge)
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: American Witchcraft
CONTACT NAME: Rev Jamie Dana
WEBSITE: ANCIENT RIVER
Grove of the Ancient River is a teaching coven that offers workshops, Wicca Basics classes, Priestess Mentorships and holds open Sabbat Rituals. We are Covenant of the Goddess members and have ordained clergy in our coven.
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Pagan
CONTACT NAME: Shannon
Wyoming Valley CUUPS is an open and inclusive Earth-Centered Community based in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. We offer open public rituals, meditations, celebrations and gatherings including a lighted Full Moon Labyrinth Walk and Wheel of the year rituals.
Our monthly Full Moon Labyrinth Walks are held the night of the Full moon every month. During the warmer months, we walk a lighted outdoor labyrinth at the UUCWC while during the colder months we walk a lighted labyrinth in the sanctuary of the church.
We gather along with Grove of the Ancient River Coven to celebrate together each of the eight holidays, or Sabbats, on the Wheel of the Year, which mark the seasons of the Sun — the Solstices, the Equinoxes, and the points in between. These High Holiday rituals are held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Wyoming Valley.
We are dedicated to the principles of Unitarian Universalism. We gather together in sympathy and accordance with our values and draw on the many ritual-based expressions of our Pagan spirituality.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT: We, the Wyoming Valley CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans) group of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Wyoming Valley, honor the UUA 7th principle; “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part”.
We provide support to all seeking to live a life more in balance with nature by exploring the teachings and traditions of various Pagan and Earth-centered religions and philosophies.
We adhere to the mission statement of UUCWV, National CUUPS, and the principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
We promote personal responsibility and integrity, diversity and compassion, competency and education in the pursuit of spiritual balance.
We offer our talents and abilities in service to our fellow congregants at UUCWV and the greater Wilkes-Barre/Scranton community by providing celebrations to honor the Earth and its cycles. We seek both mirth and reverence, and we honor the Divine in many forms.
We provide an open and inclusive space for the Earth-Centered Community for Deeper Healing, Self-Knowledge and Cultivating Connection.
INDIGO HEARTH COVEN
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Eclectic
CONTACT NAME: Leandra Witchwood
WEBSITE: Leandra Witchwood
Indigo Hearth Coven is a teaching coven located in York, PA. We are a mystery based tradition working from an outer to inner circle format open to seekers in South-Central Pennsylvania. We provide a structured environment for everyone to enhance their personal connection with Divinity. New seekers and students are welcome to apply.
Students begin as a Seeker, gaining the basic knowledge necessary for a practical understanding of Witchcraft, magick, ethics, and more. Moving forward, students learn to construct rituals, perform spells, and work to achieve goals both individual and communal. At each level, students gain a deeper appreciation of their inner power leading them to grow their esoteric knowledge and abilities.
The educational and leadership style of this coven is to focus on one another's strengths (skills and talents) while building or reinforcing our lesser-used or realized skills and abilities. We spend a lot of time focused on inner work helping each member heal and as we seek to live our best lives. In following the Old Ways, this is not a singularly focused coven. We will work with both light and "dark" aspects of the craft.
Highlighted areas of practice and focus within IHC:
Herbalism – Magickal Herbalism, medicinal uses & spiritual applications
Tea Magick & Kitchen Witchcraft
Light Activism & Community Involvement
Ancestors/Lineage Studies and Practices