History of Witchcraft in America coming in February

Have you ever wondered how the various witchcraft traditions came to the Americas?  What exactly was going on in Salem, and how modern witches think about it? What other systems or organizations influenced Wiccan belief and practice? Join other students to explore these questions and more online on Tuesdays in…

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Imbolc Sabbat: February 1, 2019

What’s an Imbolc? Or an Oimelc, for that matter? These are two of the Gaelic names for a special holiday that happens about February 1st, and will be celebrated at Ardantane south of Jemez Springs on that date, which is a Friday. Imbolg means “in the belly,” and refers to the season…

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Amber K speaks out!

What’s a “witch hunt”? Put this link into your browser to see what Amber had to say about what contemporary witches think of the use of “witch hunt”. https://www.thedailybeast.com/witches-to-trump-stop-calling-the-mueller-investigation-a-witch-hunt

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New Stream of Paladin Training Starts November 28

A new stream of Paladin Training is starting on November 28, just 10 ten days from today. If you’ve been meaning to take this training at some point, this may well be your opportunity.  Don’t let it get away from you! Do you know someone who would benefit from this…

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2019 Schedule

We hope you are checking the Courses and Retreats page and the calendar often now.  Things are really coming together for 2019! All the Volunteer Work Days, Sabbats rituals and Circle meetings have been posted. The Paladin classes have all been posted and are open for registration. The Warrior retreat…

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Ardantane in the News!

There is an article about Ardantane on the Wild Hunt website. https://wildhunt.org/2018/10/ardantane-a-pagan-school-and-experiment-in-pagan-land-management.html If you aren’t familiar with this great Pagan blog, be sure to check it out.

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Go Fund Me: Matching Funds Alert

Can you help? We are working to raise $1500 so that a local coven will MATCH that amount for our campus Common Room project. Please help! All donations up to $1500 will be doubled! Remember, your contributions ARE tax-deductible! Thank you for anything you can do. Go to gofundme.com/build-an-uncommon-room-at-ardantane.

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PUBLICITY COORDINATOR NEEDED

The Ardantane Publicity Coordinator is a volunteer position, under the direct supervision of the Executive Director and responsible to the Ardantane Board of Directors. Though the position receives no wages or salary, the incumbent may attend any Ardantane class or retreat without charge.  The term is open-ended, and either the…

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Beaver(s) of the Month for May: CROWWYMMEN

Every year, the Crowwomen from Durango, Colorado come to Ardantane for their annual retreat. In addition to bonding with their sisters and enjoying the early spring on the Ardantane campus, they put in some time working on the campus. This year, they worked on the final installations for the HARRE…

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