I heard about the modern school of witchcraft on the net..
what is your opinion about it and it`s teaching ?good or bad?
and also about the grey school..what schoolis the best?
the grey or the modern ?why?
Re: witchcraft school
By: glimwick / Beginner Jun 14, 2010
Post # 2
Well, I know for a fact that Greyschool is not worth it till you've gone and bought and read the Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, and prob best to get the Companion as well. This is because a lot of the courses on GS refer to these books as well as many other reading materials. Plus for the cost, its almost a bit better to learn things on your own first before trying their 7 yr plan(granted its no longer actually 7yrs, but thats besides the pt).
Another one you could check out would be Witchschool.com. Its an ok site with lots of information on all sorts of topics.
Witchschool.com is just their main site about details about them, what they do and so on. Their website offering classes is www.classes.witchschool.com it's a different site. You could try Magicka, but they only offer Wicca and tarot courses unless you apply for being a paying member.
I'm torn on witchschool. They make anyone a priest or priestess in their tradition for a price. There are no background checks and they don't make sure you even learned the appropriate materials. I've read a few bad stories about classes and fees as well. In the end, it's really up to you. I don't like to see traditions sold like some easy quick guide to everything you need to know. I am also biased on the Correlian tradition. No offense to any of their members, but i thinkit's a joke personally.
Re: witchcraft school
By: glimwick / Beginner Jun 17, 2010
Post # 7
or at least spend your money on something more worthwhile, like a book on the topic of your choice. If bought at a local bookstore, you can actually look through it before buying. Unlike online things where you have to pay first before you're taught.
A note on witchschool, if your truely interested on the type of material there just send me a mail. I've done extensive research on their site and what they teach. Only about 3 or 4 of their topics I haven't done a full bit on(lack of time and such).