Pagan suppliers and resources:
- Pagan Dreams, an online retailer with a range of pretty much everything, and incredibly friendly and helpful staff. I’ve ended up getting most of my supplies from here.
- Hedingham Fair, run by Colin and Karen Cater. Wonderful people, selling Karen’s gorgeous art on cards, t-shirts, and mounted prints, as well as jewellery, figurines, and books by other artists and writers.
- Mysteries, a metaphysical shop near Covent Garden/Tottenham Court Road with crystals, incense, candles, divination tools, books, and more. Has for years been purely a bricks-and-mortar store, although I have heard rumours that they may start an online shop as well.
- Otherwise Trading, run by Ghislaine, who is wonderfully friendly and helpful. Very good selection of candles, and lovely Green Man and Green Lady plaques.
- About.com‘s Paganism and Wicca section. Contains a lot of good and useful information, and is well-written.
Christian suppliers and resources:
- The Methodist Church in Britain‘s official website, for anyone interested in finding out more about my religious background or Methodism in general.
- Bible Gateway, a very useful resource for finding Biblical quotes and passages.
- The Rosary Shop, selling custom hand-made rosaries. While I don’t agree with the owners’ theology, the rosaries they make are beautiful, and not necessarily that expensive. I own a custom Anglican rosary from here, and the many chaplets they offer can easily have different sets of prayers used for them other than the traditional Catholic ones.
- Karen’s Prayer Beads, a site I found years ago and that I’m really glad still exists. A very eclectic approach to prayer beads, from more pagan-oriented ones through Christian to secular.
- Aeclectic Tarot, a great forum for Tarot readers, with areas for other forms of divination as well. The main site also has a fantastic database of Tarot and oracle decks.
- Pranayama Universal Breathing apps by Saagara. Available free for i-Devices and Android. Very useful for meditative breathing, with full versions available to buy, although I used the free one for over a year without feeling limited.
- Light a Candle, a place to light virtual candles for whatever reason you wish.
- Angels of the Hours, an online way to follow the traditional monks’ Divine Office of eight services throughout the day. Although based on the Christian monastic services, the accompanying text is about as religiously non-specific as you can get, and so would work for any spiritual path.