Witchcraft II is the second in a five-degree system of training for the modern Witch in the Temple of Witchcraft tradition. Currently the Temple is growing and graduates of the tradition are working together in forming a more cohesive organization dedicated to teaching, training, and ministerial work in the inner and outer worlds.
WII: The Outer Temple of Witchcraft involves training in the role of the priestess and priest of witchcraft. Learn all the tools you will need to understand and conduct your own magick circle rituals, moon circles and wheel of the year holiday celebrations. Explore the realm of the Goddess and God through world mythology, the four elements, sacred space, meditation and altar building. Work the craft of the Witch through natural magick and spell work, including herbs, crystals, potions, charms, talismans, candles and symbols. Start a divination skill such as crystal scrying. Cast spells for protection, prosperity, love and happiness.
Over this year you will be challenged to experience many forms of magick and nature based mysticism, in group settings and on your own. Claim your ability to manifest change and sacredness in your life, flowing with the cycles and seasons of the Earth, Moon and Sun. You will experience direct in-person lectures in the practice of modern witchcraft strengthened by required regular reading, homework, journaling, meditation and practice assignments. All of these elements serve to help the Witch build, strengthen and mature their fundamental practices.
This year long course fuses material from The Outer Temple of Witchcraft text (required reading) with previous unreleased rituals and rites. The Outer Temple CD Companion is also required for the online class. Students are expected to complete required homework assignments and attend classes regularly. No more than three classes may be missed during the course of study. At the point that a fourth absence occurs, the student will have to reapply for the following year. Assignments are not graded in standard alphanumeric grades, but generally in the form of satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Some unsatisfactory assignments may be need to be repeated.