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Magicka School http://www.magickaschool.com is a Pagan school, predominatly specialising in Wicca and Tarot. It offers both online courses as well as Vacation courses at their location in Mulazzo, Tuscany, Italy. It has been mentioned throughout the internet and most recently in an article from the New Statesman .
It was founded by Pino Longchild in 2006 and the website was created by Intelliweb.
In 2006 magickaschool.com was launched to the public. The site offers online courses, a pagan ezine, internet forum, chat room and a Mentoring Programme free of charge. Over 85,000 people have joined since it was started.
Currently Magicka School offers courses in both Beginner's Tarot and Wicca. Students can gain access to the Advanced Wicca and Tarot courses, Kabbalah, Alchemy and Herbs, as well as any new courses added there after.
Magicka School has their own Mission Statement.
Magicka School has a Mentoring Programme for all students and in all courses. This provides personal and small group teaching and assisting in student's magical learning.
Magicka School has an extremely large internet forum covering nearly all aspects of Neopaganism including Shamanism, Divination, Wicca, Tarot, Kabbalah and Alchemy. The forum has a great tolerance for all faiths and everyone is welcomed.Mentoring takes place here as well.
The site has a monthly online magazine called 'The Magickal Light'. This ezine mixes articles from everyday members and articles from the more famous people involved in Neopaganism. Well known interviewees include Janet Farrar, Maxine Sanders, Margot Adler, Zsuzsanna Budapest and Raymond Buckland.
- New Statesman http://www.newstatesman.com/200708160053
- The Cumberland News http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk/life/viewarticle.aspx?id=564989
- MySpace http://www.myspace.com/magickaschool
All information used from http://www.magickaschool.com used with kind permission of the webmaster and founder Pino Longchild.