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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 embrace the Reclaiming Principles of Unity. 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. We honor the Runes and the Norse Mysteries. We are aware that some who honor those Mysteries are also white supremacist. We definitively do not align with those beliefs and work toward social justice as well as honoring diversity and multiplicity in all of its forms in our tradition.
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 our winter hall you will find many things. Here you can find the core that supports our intention.
Recent News (August 2017):
*Winter Witchcamp Fundraiser!– Making Devotional Masks with Copper
Masks have been used for thousands of years as a way to honor Spirit in all faces – to open, connect and deepen into relationship with a Deity, Land Spirit, Ancestor – They who call…. This workshop is a fundraiser for Winter Witchcamp, all proceeds go to support people of all incomes to attend. Find out more about the workshop here.
*Weaving Update! We write to announce that after much thought, Sarah Basil has decided to step off the Weaving team for WWC 2018. We, the weaving team, are sad to see them go and also want to support them in important self care. Sarah Basil held a number of important roles as a weaver and fortunately we have a strong team to step in. This year Karin will be holding the role of Registrar as well as Community Liaison (with Harper) and Copper will be taking on maintaining the web site.
We are so grateful for all the care and hard work Sarah Basil has put into camp thus far and their presence as a supportive community member. Sarah Basil has written their own message to community which can be read here .
*Save the DATE! Registration for Winter Witchcamp 2018 – The Descent of Inanna is fast approaching!
Registration for People of Color and Indigenous People will open at 12pm CST on Saturday, September 16th.
General Registration will open at 12pm CST on Saturday, September 23rd.
More details about Registration, Pay-as-You-Can, and other exciting camp news will be shared in the coming weeks.