Women in the Warrior Tradition
What is a warrior? What female warrior archetypes and goddesses of battle do we know? Were women ever knights and warriors historically, and what are their stories? How have women warriors-in-spirit, who never touched a weapon, changed the world with their courage and vision? How can women today cultivate the qualities and strengths that we associate with the warrior archetype?
Registration for this class will close on Thursday, April 22 at 5PM
Amber KAuthor & Executive Director of Ardantane
Amber K was not trained in the Craft at her grandmother’s knee, and does not come from a long line of hereditary Witches.
In 1978, she joined the Temple of the Pagan Way in Chicago, and received her initiation and ordination there. She has worked with Circle, New Earth Circle, and The Pool of Bast, and helped found the Coven of Our Lady of the Woods (OLW) and the Ladywood Tradition of Wicca. She has served as Publications Officer and National First Officer of the Covenant of the Goddess, and taught in the Cella (priestess) training program of RCG, a national Dianic network.
Amber is the author of True Magick, Covencraft, and other books on the Craft and magick including co-writing Candlemas with Azrael K, The Heart of Tarot, and the award-winning RitualCraft. She is also the Executive Director of Ardantane, Dean of the School of Pagan Leadership, and a Blessed Beavers Coordinator.
She is married to Azrael Arynn K, and has a son, Starfire. Amber’s interests include mountains and forests, dolphins, travel, science fiction, collecting large antique keys, art, reading, and all things magickal. Her role models include Doreen Valiente, Lao Tse, Xena the Warrior Princess, and Snoopy.
- Kaballah for Witches
- May 20 2022
- 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm