About Me

The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power Blog

Merry meet, and welcome to my blog!  I hope you will find it interesting and informative.

I have been a teacher, facilitator and organizer in the Pagan community for almost 20 years.  I instruct several workshops in magick and Wicca, organize Sabbat rituals which are open to anyone, speak, present, make music, and write.  I often find myself doing Pagan advocacy and outreach work, as well as teaching and leading rituals.  You can find more information on this work on my Website.

I make my living through my metaphysical store in Vernon, BC, Canada, The Threads That Bind Us, where I sell Pagan ritual and metaphysical items, host numerous workshops, rituals and practitioners, teach Wicca and magick, practice and teach Reiki, and read Tarot.  But I also travel to teach, and I bring my shop and its Witchy goods and supplies to Pagan festivals and medieval events through BC and Alberta.

I am also a writer and a singer/songwriter, and you’ll find many of my creative works here to stream, watch and read.

My first book, The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power: A Complete Course in Magick and Witchcraft, inspired by a series of workshop intensives I teach, will be published by Weiser Books in Fall 2013.  I also publish a weekly subscription-only teaching blog at Patheos.com.  I’m always seeking to expand my knowledge – the Craft is a lifelong study – and I find this exciting and I hope you’ll share my journey!

9 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Thanks for all the ‘re-blogs’!

  2. I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. http://mywiccanwalk.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/my-versatile-blogger-award-thank-you-so-much/

    • Thank you, I’m honoured! Hopefully I can meet the requirements, there are so many other excellent bloggers worthy of recognition. Think I have a few nominees in mind.

  3. you’re hot, will you have my baby? Seriously though, I Nominated you for the ABC award.you can check out the nomination And accept it here https://smokingjacketblog.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/humbled-by-the-nomination-a-b-c-award/

  4. Dear Diane,
    If that you in that incredible picture of the Queen of Heaven? Which came first, the drawing on Peter Grey’s book “The Red Goddess” or your picture. Frankly girl, I think your picture is better.

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  6. Nice blog/interesting how followers of fantasy/paganism/mythology/occultism all run in the same circles; I’ve been looking at that connection (you can really see it on Pinterest) but I haven’t figured it out yet. A nature-based child-like view? Something like that. Well done on the blog!!

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