Best Online Witchcraft Course

How do we determine what the best online witchcraft course is for yourself? There are not a lot of courses out there. So we break down some of the things you may want to consider when signup for a witchcraft course or subscription.


The first thing you want to consider is if you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced student. Your level of expertise or past learning matters when choosing a Priestess or instructor? Are you comfortable with online learning? Or do you prefer working in a coven or group setting? If a face-to-face coven or witch group does not work with your schedule, or perhaps they are not teaching the kind of Magick you would like to learn; then an online academy is what you may need to continue your growth in the craft.

Usually, some of the best online witchcraft courses will have some or all of these points:

  • Expert practitioners of the craft with legitimate credentials on training witchcraft and proof of mastery/expertise on the subject they will be teaching.

  • The classes are organized and structured with clear objectives that are easy enough for every student at the right level to understand.

  • Classes have clear video demonstrations and presentations and interactive learning activities, keeping the student/s more engaged throughout the course.

  • Assessment quizzes at the end of every topic/course for revision. It also helps in determining what topics required revisiting.

  • Curated content accommodates various types of learners - some students learn by watching videos, others by being more hands-on (also known as kinesthetic learners), and some by simply reading. Whatever the case is, incorporating this variety of content is valuable to have in a course as it makes all students feel included and lets them know that we understand that learning or how to learn is not a one-size-fits-all.

  • Pace/Duration – Determining the duration of each course with a mixture of self-paced learning, scheduled zoom meetings, and group collaboration projects.

  • Many of today's courses contain a series of recognized witchcraft certification programs for each level of witchcraft learning – beginner, intermediate, and advance.

  • Affordable and easily accessible anytime. As long as you pay for your subscription or pay for the course, you have access to it when you need it.

  • If applicable, an online witchcraft course may have practical exercises and exams – giving the witchcraft student the ability to apply whatever they learned of their chosen craft on the spot and apply it to their day-to-day activities.

  • Some courses will support paid or included meet-ups with a Priestess to answer additional questions after the course has ended. Of times this can be once a month or once a quarter. It depends on the Priestess's schedule and how many live events she/he can handle.

  • With live Zoom courses, priestess/instructors can answer any questions and often open to suggestions to further improve the learning experience.


Having these essentials can provide a person everything they need to continue in their craft. There is a lot of free Youtube stuff out there, yet they say you get what you pay for in this physical realm. Almost every free Youtube video will leave out many details crucial to your growth in the craft. The danger of these videos is you do something wrong and continue to do something wrong, and either you get no results, or the results you get are detrimental to your life, health, or worse. When you pay for something, your Priestess has your best interest in the forefront, and she/he knows the results you achieve are tied directly to their reputation in Magick. So they will do their best to make every class something special and as well as actionable. Their clear guidance is essential if you want to succeed with your Magick.