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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 Washington!
PUGET SOUND MINOAN PAGANS
CITY: Anderson Island
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Modern Minoan Paganism
CONTACT NAME: Dana Corby
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook
Puget Sound Minoan Pagans, formed in July, 2019, is the first local Chapter of Modern Minoan Paganism (MMP.) We are open to all Pagans of any gender, orientation, or other self-identity in the greater Puget Sound area, and to any others willing to travel to attend PSMP events. Because the area is so large, most of what we do will be here on this FB page, but we will have at least 4 f2f meetings/rituals/gatherings per rolling year, of which members are required to attend at least 2 to stay in good standing.
Modern Minoan Paganism is not Wicca-derived; we don't do circles or quarters or the Maiden/Mother/Crone+God Wiccan theology. Instead, we're exploring what can be learned of the Bronze-Age Minoan religion and bringing it, using both scholarly sources and lots of UPG, into the 21st Century. Though the location in the profile says Anderson Island, that's just where I live. Most get-togethers will be in various places around the Sound. FYI -- The Minoans were *not* Aryan. Identitarians will be summarily banned.
Here's a video of our first public ritual, held at Dash Point State Park in Federal Way, WA
CITY: Bonney Lake
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Eclectic
CONTACT NAME: Ashley Wright
We meet up on the fourth Saturday of every month to have dinner together at a local restaurant. We get together at additional times for group rituals. We are a family and kid friendly group.
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Traditional Wicca
CONTACT NAME: Greybeard
WEBSITE: PEOPLE OF THE WOODS
Traditional Wicca coven serving Spokane area. Located near Cheney, WA. We seek to balance men and women in our circle. We celebrate the divine polarity of God and Goddess in our spiritual practice and in our lives. Our member's ages range from 23 to 74. We meet on full and new Moons and Sabbats.
A limited number of sincere seekers are invited to join.
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Eclectic Pagan
CONTACT NAME: Morgan Le Faye, Ordained High Priestess
An eclectic circle of pagans that hold public sabbats.
High priestess has studied since the age of 8. Found her path at the age of 12. Has studied for many years, and is a 38 year old college student who graduated June of 2011 with an AA in Philosophy and minoring in Comparative Religion. She is continuing her education. Her path is a unique blend of Hindu, Celtic Shamanism, High Ceremonial Witchcraft, Norse, and a bit of Vodou/Voodoo.
Circle members are of a variety of pagan beliefs (green witches, kitchen witches, druids, wiccans, eclectic pagans, Secular Satanist, and a Techno-Pagan as well) Ages range from 18 - 60's.
Teachings include Paganism/Witchcraft 101&201, Divination, Herbalism, Witchcraft, Crafting own tools, ECT. When wanting to get involved with our Coven, there is a dedicant (a year and a day) and a 4 Degree Initiation System within the Coven. We offer advanced studies as well.
We meet every other weekend, and we do many sabbats, festivals, Retreats, and celebrations throughout the year.
We have been an Eclectic Coven for 11 years now and still going strong!
CITY: Walla Walla
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: All Pagan / Non-denominational
CONTACT NAME: Jaimee Maurer
We are a small group and most of our activity takes place on the Facebook group page. However, we do have informal meet-ups several times a month and would like to encourage more.