online wicca schools

United States
February 3, 2008 1:09pm CST
Do any of you take online classes at a wicca/witch school? if so, which one and do you pay for your classes? What is your opinion about online wicca classes?
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@morgandrake (2136)
• United States
3 Feb 08
I have never done any online wicca classes, But I have done online Golden Dawn classes. In my neighborhood, finding wicca classes wasn't hard, or at least it wasn't a decade ago when I was doing them. Golden Dawn, on the other hand, is really hard to find classes on. I am in an Inner Order course; don't ask how much I am paying for it (it is a lot). With the right instructor, I would consider taking an online wicca class.
• United States
9 Feb 08
I take a course at grey school of wizardry online. Kind of what you're talking about. Its a school that many religions go, mainly religions under the pagan umbrella. Its classes are similar to a regular college. Rather than religious classes, though there are some, its on meditation, the different healing types and how to, the science of systems, beastmastery, herbology, mythology, etc.
• United States
9 Feb 08
Yes, I've heard of Grey School, but unfortunately I dont take classes there because of the pay thing.
• United States
9 Feb 08
Its not expensive. Its around $20 per year, I think. They only make enough to run the school. And its for however long it takes. I started 3 years ago took a break for my two kids, kids steal your brain cells, and never finished my first year but can still get on without repaying.
• United States
9 Feb 08
that's not too bad then, most places are more costly than that.
@celticeagle (123150)
• Boise, Idaho
8 May 09
In the tradition of Wiccan it was always taught and handed down to the next particioner. I wouldn't pay for classes. I read whatever I can find and go from there. It wasn't hard to find a circle in my community as it is in most. Word of mouth and such is important. I would check your yellow pages and the internet. Isn't really hard in this day and age.
• Philippines
14 Feb 08
I don't take any classes online in regards to wicca. I buy books and read them and I also read through the internet whatever I might find out anything interesting in regards to wicca. I have learned much on wicca doing self study.
@lecanis (16664)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
3 Feb 08
I've seen a lot of other people take online Wicca classes. I wouldn't take them myself because I'm not technically Wiccan, though I have considered joining one of the druid orders that has classes online. Mostly money constraints have stopped me, and the fact that you have to start at the bottom whatever your experience, which means I'd be wasting my time for quite a while relearning things my great-grandmother taught me, probably. The Wicca classes I've seen my friends take have seemed to range from very formal Wicca schools that actually consider you an initiate and expect things of you to classes that aren't really any better than just buying a book. *shrugs* It seems like it would take a lot of research to find the right ones, since so there are so many of them and they aren't all that good.