Kirk White

Kirk White, MA, L.Ac, is a healer, teacher and author.  He has been a practicing Witch since 1973, a psychotherapist for 18 years, and a licensed oriental medical practitioner for 19 years.  A past president of Covenant of the Goddess (North America’s oldest and largest association of Witches and Wiccans), and past director of the University of Vermont’s Parapsychology Program, he also founded Cherry Hill Seminary, a professional Pagan ministry program with faculty and students worldwide, and co-founded the National Association of Pagan Schools and Seminaries.  In 2006, Wildhunt.org named him one of the “25 most influential modern living Pagans today”.

In addition to working as a consultant with Pagan seminaries nationwide such as the Aquarian Tabernacle Churches’ Wollston Steen Theological Seminary, he is a licensed acupuncturist/Chinese herbalist, registered psychotherapist, and legal Pagan minister.  His skills and interests include traditional healing modalities, various magickal and spiritual traditions, and models of Pagan leadership and ministry.

A contributor to “Exploring the Pagan Path: Wisdom from the Elders” (2005), he is also author of four books to date:

  • Adept Circle of Magick: A Guide for the Advanced Wiccan Practitioner (Kensington Press, 2006)
  • Advanced Circle Magick: Essential Spells and Rituals for Every Season (Kensington Press, 2008)
  • rEvolutions:  The Elements of Mastery (Five Gates Publishing, 2010)
  • Operative Freemasonry:  A Manual for Restoring Light and Vitality to the Fraternity (Five Gates Publishing, 2012)

Workshops

  • Night Flight: Skrying and Traveling in the Spirit
  • The Witch as Shapeshifter
  • Magick of the Liminal

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