Welcome to Teen Witch, a web site for teenagers (and others) interested in witchcraft, Wicca, and other related earth religions.

    The Teen Witch web site features information for both beginners and advanced witches.

    Important features of Teen Witch include: a growing list of Gods and Goddesses, daily astrological and lunar calendar, questions and answers, essays, book suggestions, links, and beginner’s class.

    We hope that teenage witches find this Teen Witch web site to be useful and informative. Click here to proceed directly to the main Teen Witch web page, or use the convenient table of contents below.

    NOTE: There is no relation between TeenWitch.com, the web site, and Teen Witch, the book. To visit Silver Ravenwolf’s web site go to http://www.silverravenwolf.com/. You can order Silver Ravenwolf’s Teen Witch book on line through Amazon.com by clicking on the link: Teen Witch: Wicca for a New Generation; by Silver Ravenwolf; Llewellyn Publications; September 1998; ISBN 1567187250; paperback; $10.36

    NOTE: There is no relation between TeenWitch.com, the web site, and the television shows Sabrina, the TeenAge Witch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the motion pictures the Craft, Blair Witch Project, or any other mass media entertainment projects aimed at wanna be witches.

witches and witchcraft

    A witch is a female shaman, typically including divination (astrology, palmistry, Tarot, I Ching, etc.), healing (herbal medications, aromatherapy, massage, sacred sexuality, etc.), and magick. (see note below about male witches)

    The practice of any of the arts of a witch or the religion of a witch.

    There is a lot of confusion over exactly what witchcraft is. Part of this confusion is because “witch” has a lot of different meanings, and the number of meanings is expanding rapidly. The preceeding definition is a root definition, from which the many modern defintions are derived. Obviously there will be a lot of modern witches who don’t match the root definition. We’re not trying to exclude them. In particular, we are not trying to discriminate against guys. Of course men can be witches. Traditionally, witches are women, but there have always been a small number of male witches. In modern times it is much more common for males to become witches. Before you fire off a protest letter about males being witches (we get a lot of those), please read about the early history and development of witchcraft and you will understand the intimate relationship between early witchcraft and women’s mysteries, particularly the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and childbirth.

    A dissenting opinion: Hey Milo, My name is Crystal (CrystalPixie on the web). Just ran through the main page, and I have a big suggestion for you. Find a more accurate definition for the word witch. I am a Witch, but I would never consider myself a Shaman. The title Shaman should be reserved for those who have had the proper training and everything that goes along with it. If you would like more information on Shamans, find one, they will tell you that they are not witches, most of the “real” Shamans are natives of their land (the Native Americans, Alaskans, Africans, South Americans — especially from the tribes in the Amazon, get my drift?) and have been trained by an elder of their tribe or clan. With all of the young ones that call themselves witches I doubt that very many of them would fall under such a catagory. If you’re going to have a domain name like “teenwitch” you’re going to get A LOT of traffic from the wannabes (I do not mean this offensively — but this is the only term I can find that correctly fits the 13-15 year olds that are into witchcraft because they think it’s “kewl”) and using inaccurate definitions you could spread bad information (then again, promoting Silver Ravenwolf will do that as well). Do yourselves a favor, ask around in the adult Pagan community for opinions and information.

Bright Blessings with Love and Light,


    Reply: The term “shaman” has many different meanings, including a highly restrictive meaning indicating a spiritual leader with advanced culture-dependent training (such as the kind that you mention). The use on the web site TeenWitch.com is in the more generic version common in archaeology.

    Read about origins and kinds of witchcraft.

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    If you follow any of the links offered on this web site, no spell begging. Especially no love spell begging.


    Pr Ntr Kmt offers an official certificate that authorizes Witches to perform processions, circles, holy days, Sabbats, Esbats, ceremonies, celebrations, fire jumpings, commitments, weddings, handfastings, renewals, annulments, separations, divorces, funerals, blessings, namings, welcomings, baptisms, comings of age, rites of passage, affirmations, dedications, readings, and/or other rituals.

    This official certificate is a beautiful work of art by the artist MichaelM (most famous for his artwork for the Marley family and his banners for hemp/cannabis relegalization) that you can frame and display proudly to your family and friends.

    In the United States this official certificate authorizes you to perform any ceremonies that the government recognizes other religions to perform (such as marriages or handfastings). There may be many additional requirements imposed by state governments that apply equally to all religions. Sometimes you may face active discrimination by Christians, Jews, or Muslims in government positions and may need to hire a lawyer to assert your Constitutional rights.

    Obtain an official witch certificate today.

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    Free lessons on Witchcraft, ancient Goddesses, astrology, and nutrition. I will answer short questions on-line through TeenWitchdotcom at Twitter and in person in the Costa Mesa/Newport Beach area. I will teach you what you need to know to be a successful priest, priestess, or witch, including the ability to perform weddings and readings. For more information read Witchcraft lessons.

private and small group lessons

    Contact Milo for information on private and small group lessons in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, California. Tutoring in Witchcraft, chess, guitar, English grammar and writing, history, or computer programming. Low cost or free for the poor. Recommended donation of $25 an hour (or $15 for half an hour). Minors need written permission from parent or guardian. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Milo, PO Box 1361, Tustin, California, USA, 92781.

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Contact Teen Witch at Milo, PO Box 1361, Tustin, California, USA, 92781 (please include a self-addressed stamped envelope for any reply). My computer is broken, so I can’t send or receive e-mail.

    These web pages are about witchcraft. Attempting to be an amateur doctor is potentially dangerous to your health. These web pages are not professional medical and/or legal advice. Nothing on this website should be considered as a substitute or replacement for professional legal and/or medical advice. Persons should seek the advice of qualified health and/or legal providers.

    Recommended professional health providers in southern California: ayurveda, chiropractic, and yoga.

    Get a Pr Ntr Kmt certificate as proof that your religion is real and you are a real witch, shaman, priest, priestess, etc.

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