- Registration 2017
- How to Support Camp
- Teachers and Path Descriptions
- Theme and Story
- Camp Culture
- About Reclaiming
- Contact us
Winter Witchcamp is a five-day intensive in the Reclaiming tradition that includes trance work, healing, drumming, dancing, chanting, storytelling, and powerful energy work.
At Winter Witchcamp we seek to develop new magical skills while deepening our relationship to Mystery.
We honor the Reclaiming Tradition's core values, including caring for the environment and our families and communities, and embracing diversity of all kinds, including diversity of gender and sexual orientation. However, you must be at least 18 years of age to attend camp.
Winter Witchcamp is held in western Wisconsin, just 90 minutes away from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. For those planning travel, arrival time is mid-day on a Thursday and departure time is just after lunch the following Monday.
Our Camp Intention: From Freya's Hall, Winter Witchcamp seeks to deepen our connection to the land of the upper Mississippi River. We revere and revel in the beauty and wonder of winter. As a community, we are awakening to our skills as conscious co-creators of the multiverse in order to manifest more loving, beautiful, and joyful worlds, families, clans, and camps.
In support of our vision for Winter Witchcamp:
Read more about our abundance magic below and also at How to Support Camp.
Camp has ended for 2017. Contact us to be added to a list to be notified about 2018 Camp or to provide 2017 Camp feedback.
Pay as You Can! Exciting News announced Aug 7, 2016: Read the pay as you can announcement here describing this shift of our relationship to money as a powerful act of magic and trust in the abundance and communal values of our community. This was a one year experiment. Weavers will be looking at sustainability of extending this abundance work into the future. Please provide your feedback on 2017 feedback forms or by contacting us directly.
This is a spell.
This is a spell of desire.
This is a spell to bravely ask for what we need.
This is a spell of surrender.
This is a spell to create a new paradigm of abundance and co-creation.
This is a spell of transformation.
This is a spell to change our camp community’s relationship to money.
This is a spell of solidarity.
This is a spell to hold each other and lift up community.
This is a spell of manifestation.
This is a spell.
Through our growing awareness in working our Pentacle of the Great Turning theme, we have been more deeply examining our relationship to the land, including living beings and ancestors, in the region where our camp is held annually.
We acknowledge that all land claimed by the United States government (and by European immigrants before the establishment of the United States) was taken at the expense of indigenous peoples. We recognize that we hold our camp on colonized land. We are actively examining what this means, and how we can be accountable and active allies to indigenous people of this region.
We honor the Runes and the Norse Mysteries. We are aware that some who honor those Mysteries are also white supremacist. We clearly do not align with those beliefs and actively work toward social justice, including racial justice, as well as honoring diversity and multiplicity in all of its forms in our tradition.