witch resources

Need a handy list of witch resources? I’ve got you covered. This is by no means an exhaustive list. However, these are my favorite, go-to resources for witchcraft I use on a regular basis. Hopefully, you’ll find some stuff here you can use. So, let’s get started.

Witch Blogs

Here are some fantastic witchy blogs that I regularly check out.

The Traveling Witch

The Traveling Witch offers a free witchcraft class. And there are lots of great posts on practicing the craft.

Moody Moons

There are a lot of great kitchen witch recipes on this site.

Penniless Pagan

This is a budget-friendly witchy site with lots of ideas on how to practice the craft for cheap or free.

The Witch of Lupine Hollow

This site has a lot of fantastic information on spellcraft and the occasional free webinar.

Otherworldly Oracle

She has a lot of information on working with ancestors, divination, spells, and other rituals. This is a great beginner-witch site.

Loner Wolf

This site is more spiritual and pagan-focused than witchcraft-related. However, there is a lot of useful spiritual information.

Best Witchy Books

So, my favorites fluctuate, depending on what I’m reading at the moment and what my witchy interests are. However, for general, practical witchcraft, these are the best witch books on the market, in my opinion. A lot of them are aimed at beginner witches, but I have learned a thing or two from these books as well.

Moonology

Since I work with lunar energy, this is one of my favorite books. There are a lot of ideas for crafting your own new moon and full moon rituals based on the astrological signs.

Witchery: Embrace the Witch Within

This a great beginner’s witchcraft book. It walks you through several helpful spells and how to harness the elements for witchcraft.

The Green Witch

This is an excellent reference book if you are interested in working with botanicals in your witchcraft.

The Modern Guide to Witchcraft

This book discusses spells, working with a coven, how to create sacred space, and anything else a beginning witch needs to know.

The Book of Blessings and Rituals

This is a fantastic book that will give you some ideas of rituals you can implement for the different sabbats. Establishing your own ceremonies is an important part of the craft, so tweak some of these.

Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells

Whatever kind of spell you need, this book has got it. I use books like this as a blueprint, to create my own spells.

 

Witchy YouTube Channels

These are my favorite witchy YouTube channels I watch on a pretty regular basis.

Sage Goddess

There are live rituals for new moons, full moons, and sabbats. Beware, there is some sales-y content. However, that is mixed in with some high-value witchy education on crystals, herbs, deities, and the like. In addition, you’ll find free class content like information about the astrological signs.

Avalon Cameron

Avalon is a traditional, hereditary witch. She has a lot of useful resources on spirit work, and working with deity. In addition, she has a lot of videos on reading tarot cards.

Jessi Huntenberg

This channel isn’t updated as frequently anymore. However, there are a lot of resources available in the archives. She does a lot of astral travel, working with deities, and tarot card readings.

Conjured Cardea

This is a hoodoo channel, but a lot of the videos apply to most spiritual practices. There are a lot of helpful tips on making offerings, preparing your altar, dressing candles, and lots of other practical advice.

Hoodoo Delish

This channel focuses exclusively on hoodoo and it’s mostly ritual-based. However, many of these spells can be tweaked to suit your purpose.

Kelly-Anne Maddox

She has a lot of practical witchy rituals, along with some useful advice.

Did I miss any witch resources? Let me know in the comments.