Aquarian Age Wicca
Did you notice the drastic shift in energies as we entered the Age of Aquarius in 2020?
If you did, you’re not alone. People from all over have been recently feeling this pull for something greater and beyond their known reality.
Our community helps seekers take action to find themselves fully and entirely in a time when this self discovery is needed more than ever before. Make long lasting friendships with other enlightened people, and truly discover what it means to be a Pioneer of the Age of Aquarius.
Anyone can be a student of the Aquarian Age!
We offer classes for those interested in learning energy work, spirituality, mysticism, and more! All people are welcome, from all belief systems and paths. Check out our classes page for more information, and contact us to sign up!
Aquarian Age Wicca performing the Main Ritual at Austin Pagan Pride 2019.
A Vegan-friendly organization
We only eat plant-based foods together at gatherings including online gatherings as well as we abstain from wearing animal skins, working with bones, bringing leather into circle, etc. This includes honey and beeswax candles, which we do not use. AAW became a fully Vegan org in 2019 and we apologize for our books published prior to this date for promoting the use of animal by-products in Wiccan practice, as we now believe this severely breaks the rule of “harm-none”.
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- My Dear GoddessA poem written by Janine Portillo Giving thanks to my Goddess. I am truly grateful for the path that I have chosen. By Janine Portillo, AAW Member
- Raymond Buckland: The Life and Legacy of Uncle Bucky of WiccaA Wiccan priest, a Gardnerian initiate, and founder of Seax-Wica, Raymond Buckland (1934-2017) is credited with bringing Wicca to the United States in 1964. Not only did he start the first American coven, known simply as the Long Island coven,Continue reading “Raymond Buckland: The Life and Legacy of Uncle Bucky of Wicca”