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Our founders




Amy (Jackalope) - I am an eclectic practitioner influenced by Eastern and Shamanic traditions, with roots in modern-day Wicca. I've been practicing off and on since around 2001, and continue to be intrigued by all types of religious practices.

I have a deep-seated respect for nature and the world around me. I feel right at home in the wild green spaces and rocky shorelines that dot the landscape. To me, the divine can be seen just about everywhere and in everything. The many gods and goddesses that make up the various pantheons around the world will all ultimately guide us to the same place, regardless of culture, creed or race.

I believe that you never stop learning, and that I am by no means done discovering my path. I fully intend to continue learning as long as I can, and I hope that I'm able help you on your journey in whatever manner I can.

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Blog: The Wind Through the Trees



Drew (Gods be Praised!) - I've been practicing what I've now taken to calling EPP (Eclectic Practical Paganism) more or less alongside Renée since late 2005. I'm a soft polytheist (in that I believe all the different "gods" and "goddesses" are masks/ forms of the same thing). I believe in the inherent divinity that exists in nature.

My practice is quite varied and I am extremely practical. I source a lot of my tools from second hand shops and interesting reappropriations of common things. I was initially very Wiccan based, though my beliefs have grown to something like a mishmash of Druidic, Wiccan, Hedge Witchery, Heathenry, and Pictish craft.

I strongly feel that if you experience something or if some way of practicing your faith feels right, do it - to hell with people telling you that you can't do what works for you!

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Blog: Into the Unknown Wood





Renée (The Honey Badger) - I am an eclectic folk witch. I have pretty much tried every flavour of paganism, and this seems to be the one that fits best. I have been practicing some form of Paganism since 2000. I am a dedicated bookworm. I draw a lot of my beliefs from traditional folklore and mythology, with a little bit of animism thrown in. I work with gods and spirits equally, on equal footing. I have a deep respect and reverence for the earth, and an almost Druidic devotion to trees. Most of my working gods and spirits are of Northern European origin (UK, Ireland, Scandinavia), but I will (and have!) worked with other pantheons and cultures.

I subscribe to the belief 'to each their own' - meaning, do what you fucking want to. So long as you are respectful and safe, who the hell cares? No one can validate your beliefs - they are yours. It's what you do with them that gets judged, so read often, always question, and never stop searching for meaning.

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Blog: The Corvid Key



IDGAF has a 4th founder who has chosen to step down and walk a different path. We value her contributions to the founding of the tradition, and wish her the very best in her new path!

The IDGAF (I Don’t Give a Fuck) tradition is an eclectic, accessible, initiatory tradition of modern witchcraft. The name IDGAF (pronounced Id-gaf) is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the inaccessibility and rigid structure of many modern witchcraft paths.

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