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A New Chapter

Monday, June 11, 2018

I found out not to long ago that my High Priestess degree was a fake. The "teacher" that issued it to me turned out to be a fake High Priestess herself and was stealing money from her students for her own benefit. The money was supposed to go towards keeping her online school running. After she was caught frauding people and giving fake degrees, her school online was shut down and she was arrested. The Magical Circle School was the name of the online school. It was a horrendous school being run a very horrendous person.

I was stuck going back to square one in finding a reputable, honest and true Wiccan school that teaches properly and give true and real degrees. I finally found that in March (2018). I joined Second Life online and became a member of the Sacred Cauldron. From there, I applied for a scholarship. I was approved my scholarship and am now a student of Woolston-Steen Theological Seminary also known as Wiccan Seminary. The teachers are amazing. They are kind and even funny. I won't look back. This school is where I am staying. My path to being a real High Priestess is in the works and I couldn't be more happier.
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    Thank you all so much! I am confident.
    661 days ago
    Sorry you were taken advantage of but it sounds like you found a good solution.
    661 days ago
    Everything happens for a reason - usually to teach us something about the world or about our selves. I hope you are able to find what the Universe had in mind for you and then to give thanks for it. That is usually easier to do with some perspective and the passage of time. Blessed Be.
    662 days ago
    Happy for you that you didn't give up! Keep going and you'll have that degree and feel fulfilled! Best of wishes!
    662 days ago
    Oh no!
    662 days ago
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