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Occasionally I wandered in where I was not wanted and gave truthful answers.
Sometimes I even did it deliberately. A little disruption now can prevent disaster later.

Websites I've found useful

Andy’s Bucket of Memes — fun speculation

The Arboretum at Flagstaff

Archaeoastronomy — I use this site in November to help set my Sky and Lore calendars for the next year

Astronomical League

Bible Gateway

Bikini Science- surprising useful

Brythonic Polytheism — group of polytheists aiming to research, recover, and redistribute Brythonic spirituality.

C. G. P. Grey — very informative and one of my favorite YouTubers

Cool Tools by Kevin Kelly

Chabad.org — information about the Hebrew faith and especially about the Jewish calendar

CosmoLearning — a free educational website for students and teachers

disinfo - everything you know is wrong


Encyclopedia Mythica

Encyclopedia of Science Fiction - not complete

Everything Explained Today

The Free Dictionary Legal Dictionary

Full Moon Names and Their Meanings by Farmer’s Almanac

the full wiki — Students, we find sources for your essay, so you don't have to.



Guide to Nature Spirituality Terms by Circle Sanctuary

Heavens Above

The Heritage Foundation

Hat Glossary

History of Hats

The Honest Courtesan - pagan AND libertarian sex worker

How Stuff Works

Interfaith Calendar — what it says on the box

KLS The Loincloth Site

Legal Dictionary from Law.com

Letter From Hardscrabble Creek - A Pagan Writers Blog by Chas. Clifton

Library Thing - NeoWayland’s profile. Sometimes you can learn about a person by the books they read. This is not a complete list by any means, but you're welcome to look.

malcomwells.com — underground buildings, earth-sheltered architecture, eco-friendly design, energy-efficient houses, and particularly the ideas of pioneer architect Malcolm Wells.

Mises Institute - Austrian economics, Freedom, Peace

The Mystica — “The objective of the Mystica is to objectively describe ancient, past and present ideas, definitions, concepts, beliefs, and practices in the worlds of the occult, mysticism, paranormal and general knowledge.”

neopagan.net - legacy site by Isaac and Phaedra Bonewits

News from Lowell Observatory

An Overview of Traditions by Home Circle

Patheos Pagan Channel by various

Phases of the Moon by the U.S. Naval Observatory

The Phrontistery

Plants For A Future — earth • plants • people

The Proteus Library by the Proteus Coven

The Raven Diaries

Religious Tolerance by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance (OCRT)

Rending the Veil e-zine

Sea and Sky - Explore the Oceans Below and the Universe Above. I use this site in Novemember to help set my Sky and Lore calendars for the next year.

Spiral Scouts International

Standard Ebooks - A volunteer driven, not-for-profit project that produces lovingly formatted, open source, and free public domain ebooks.

Sunship Earth at McKeever Environmental Learning Center. Sunship Earth: An Earth Education Program for Getting to Know Your Place in Space.


Thelemapedia — The Encyclopedia of Thelma and Magick

Theologies of Immanence — be sure to check out their Sexuality page

ThoughtCo. — Let your curiosity lead the way. ThoughtCo, Lifelong Learning.

Traditions (part 1) & Traditions (part 2) by Controverscial.Com

Transcribing Faith by The Newberry, Chicago's Independent Research Library Since 1887

Urban Dictionary

University of Chicago Law School

Virtual Reality Society

webopedia — Online Tech Dictionary for Students, Educators and IT Professionals

Wikipedia — Never EVER use Wikipedia as a primary source. It's user editability means that Wikipedia may not be accurate or may be subject to political whims at any time. More times than not, Wikipedia works as a signpost for other, more complete sources.

The Wild Hunt — A Modern Pagan Perspective by various. I can't recommend it as a news source though.


The Witches Sabbats by Mike Nichols

The Witches Voice — NeoPagan News/Networking

Witchipedia — the online encyclopedia of magick, folklore and the occult

The World of Astronomy — not current with the events, but has some great articles

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