Advice for Seekers


If you have a passing curiosity, please refrain from contacting us. We wish to engage only with Seekers who can demonstrate a serious interest in moving forward on their path. Only those with a thirst for learning and a true devotion to the Gods of the Witches are suited for this life-long commitment.

We have no interest in those seeking a social outlet or those simply seeking somewhere to belong because they do not fit in elsewhere. If you are sincerely seeking a Witchcraft Tradition, to experience the Mysteries, then a conversation may begin.

Do not make any contact if your life is currently in chaos. Your first priority is self-care by way of reaching out to professionals who are best placed to assist you in managing your addiction or emotional / mental health issues.


The following is some advice on how Seekers should conduct themselves if they wish to develop a connection with a Craft Teacher.

If you are seriously seeking a Craft path the onus is on you as a Seeker to introduce yourself to the Teacher you wish to connect with. Present yourself in an open, honest and reasonable manner.

We do not respond to queries from those using pseudonyms so be open about who you are.

You must state your age and indicate which town or city you reside in.

You must provide a recent photograph or link to an online profile.

You should be able to explain why you are interested in a particular tradition over others, be open to describing your spiritual path to date and any personal practice you may have.

Your introduction should be a lengthy and considered expression of interest. E-mails will go unanswered if they are one-liners, lack personal introductions, or are of a demanding nature.

If a Teacher takes the time to respond to a query, the Seeker should have the courtesy to reply swiftly and maintain consistency in their communications with the Teacher. If the Seeker fails to do so the Teacher may decline future requests for contact.

Seekers will be asked questions by Teachers to help understand where Seekers are on their journey. Seekers should answer these directly; minimalist and vague responses will likely result in the Teacher disengaging.

It is very important that Seekers have begun the internal work of letting go of the baggage of Christian conditioning, and are fully aware of what they may be stepping into; an experiential path which includes a process of acculturation. This is why Seekers are expected to have undertaken some research and have a good general knowledge of contemporary Paganism and Witchcraft. For a suggested reading list please click here.

A Seeker must SEEK! The onus is on the Seeker to progress their journey. Teachers do not spoon-feed.


Depending on how correspondence progresses, a Teacher may be open to a meeting requested by the Seeker. This may be the first of many meetings in what can be a lengthy meet-and-greet process before a decision is made on acceptance for training. This may take weeks, months or more than a year depending on the individual and where they are in life. This time allows for a Teacher and Seeker to get to know each other first, so that the Teacher can be assured of the suitability and sincerity of the individual seeking the tradition, and whether the Seeker would be a suitable addition to the coven.

A Seeker should be able to demonstrate self-care, personal integrity and commitment. Seekers are expected to discuss their knowledge of contemporary Paganism and Witchcraft at length during the meet-and-greet process.

If deemed a suitable candidate and accepted for training, a Seeker can expect to spend a number of years completing training and attending regular rituals throughout the annual cycle. Training comes by way of instruction and skyclad (ritual nudity) practice in a coven setting. Seekers residing in other countries must be in a position to commit to very regular travel on a long-term basis or consider relocation.

Seekers may submit a considered expression of interest via