Please sit for a spell. Here at Juno’s Horizon we offer a wide variety of free and modestly priced courses.
Juno’s Horizon School formally Enchanted Meadows Eschool was founded in 2006 by Sage Thorn, out of a need for sharing the passion and gift of knowledge.
Our school, focusing on provides those persons who are seeking a change from solitary witchcraft, are newcomers to Wicca, or people who are expanding their experience of Magick the means to train and grow through our robust and extremely interactive online courses.
Our emphasis is not on spoon-feeding the students “knowledge”, but on giving them their own practice and experience, helping them to find their personal path.
The curriculum offered:
Lessons can be completed at your own pace. Each course has its own course length varying from 12 lessons to 24. One on one instruction and feedback is provided, as well as interaction with other students through our discussion group. Your personal teacher will guide you and answer any questions that you might have. This is the closest you can get to being an “apprentice” without actually having to live in the physical vicinity of an experienced practitioner! Juno’s Horizon is a offers distant learning, lessons are completed online.
Before you register please read our school policy. Here
Class registration is limited so please pre-register today.
Classes will begin at Lammas 2011. They are structured so that participants can join at different times throughout the season.
Please feel free to browse our site glossary, in the meantime.
Do you have a skill or knowledge that you would like to share and teach to others? Juno’s Horizon is looking for instructors! You are free to design your course, use all of the features that we can offer you and your students. You set the tuition and requirements for every class you teach. We only ask for a small percentage to help with the costs of running the site and advertising.
Lammas Garden Rite
At the height of the growing season it can be hard to remember that all aspects of the cycles of life, death and rebirth are still taking place around us. Even at the height of the season of growth there are things which have passed their peak and are dying back to allow other plants their turn.
Go into your garden and cut back those things which have finished their growing cycle. This represents the sacrifice of the God. Unless you are able to have a bonfire, select a token amount of this and, in a fireproof container, burn them until you have only ashes. When these are cool hold them high in your hands and allow the wind to scatter them to all parts of the garden, so that the ash can return and empower the land. Lastly, take a few seeds and plant them where some of the ash has fallen, that the God might rise again and bring new growth. If possible, get your family and friends to share this with you. If you do not have a garden of your own then go out to a wild place and collect your dead plants from there. Burn them carefully at home and put the ash into some soil in a pot and plant your seeds there.
Some people like to add some of the dead vegetation to a barbeque fire, eating the barbequed food in celebration of sacrifice and in honor of the God. Whichever your choice, try to include traditional harvest recipes in your feasting.
'The impossible we do now, miracles take a little longer.'
From 'The Real Witches Year' Kate West