You have arrived at the Village (formerly witchcraft.net
). I have designed (and redesigned over and over) this site for every Pagan traveler. It does not matter if you have been walking the path for 50 minutes or 50 centuries. iPagan has something for you. Be it an enormous database of news and information, or sharing ideas with thousands people from around the world, your journey has led you here for a reason. So take advantage and gather the information you require from the site. If I have not put it out here, let me know and I will.
With half a million new visitors each month, iPagan
is one of the longest existing and most widely read media sites devoted to Paganism, Metaphysics and Witchcraft. The site has evolved into a forum packed with networking
, self-paced classes
based on the Tome
, and one of the largest Pagan discussion groups
on the net. Expect to encounter persons whose beliefs differ from your own. I hope that you will approach these encounters in a spirit of tolerance, accepting the rights of others to follow freely their own religious beliefs, even if they seem false to you. Please follow the guidelines
and respect all members within these pages.
is located in the rolling hills of southern New Hampshire. We were established on the web on Imbolc 1995 as a small home page of Wiccan information and grew over the years to what you see today. We started as a non-commercial site, and still maintain that idea today. Anything we provide you is free. We ask nothing in return. We have begun using an affiliate program, Amazon.com. This was done to help offset the huge costs of this site and also to provide you with links
to things asked for most often, that being books.
We maintain that we will supply the information needed to the pagan community free of charge and free of sponsorship. I believe that someone seeking information should never have to pay or be denied that service. That is why I developed this site.