Category Archives: Links

These pages contain links to other Wiccan, Pagan or witchcraft sites which I would recommend. There are personal websites like Pagan Roots, community sites where you can join forums and take part in discussions or network with people from around the world, and Pagan shops which offer a wide range of items you might find useful.

If you like Pagan Roots, I would really love it if you posted a link on your own website, and in the ‘Add A Link To Roots’ post I’ve given examples of code you can use, as well as banner images that you can take.


Link Exchanges

Pagan 100 Top Sites

These pages are all part of a link exchange program. For most of the sites here, if you click their banner you will place a vote for Pagan Roots on their site and be shown their complete listing. These sites … Continue reading

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Regional Links

The links on this page are to websites which have a specific regional focus. They may be the internet home of a group working in a specific area, or just be aimed at Pagans from a particular city, state or … Continue reading

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Pagan Shops

Moons n Brooms [USA, does not accept international orders] Filled with all things metaphysical, magical and mystical. With products that are hand crafted by local artisans including their own staff. Divination Supplies [USA, accepts international orders] Shop for witchcraft supplies, … Continue reading

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Add A Link To Roots

You can create a link to Pagan Roots using the images and code examples below. If you want to use a picture, please right click on the image you like and choose ‘Save Image As’, then save it to your … Continue reading

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Community Links

Pagan Network The Pagan Network is a free online information resource and online community for Pagans from different spiritual paths. Whether you are a Wiccan, a Shaman, a Druid or a Santerian, or simply love and respect nature and its … Continue reading

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