There are some great books out there on the Sabbats, giving history,
other names, pronunciation, etc.
A great site for mail order is AzureGreen.com but shipping may kill
you. There are a few stores that may be able to help you locate a
cauldron, assuming you live in or around Denver. I did Qwest Dex
(our local on line phone book) Search and it provided a good list
with addresses and phone numbers.
I took some wonderful classes at "Isis Books & Gifts", 303-321-0967,
5701 E. Colfax, Denver, M-Th: 10-7, F/S: 10-6, Sun: Noon-5. They
reqularly have Wiccan Skills, and they also offer a Year and a Day
The College of Wicca through "Herbs and Arts" offers Wiccan Basics
as well as a degree program(Colfax Avenue in Denver), as well
as "Sisters Sojourn" (44th and Allison, WheatRidge). "Full Moon
Books" (6th Avenue frontage and Garrison.)
I am sure there are plenty of shops in other areas of town, but
these are the ones I am familiar with.
--- In WiccaInCO@yahoogroups.com, "SanAntonio Jones"
> Good morning everyone,huge,
> I have some questions. What language are the sabbats and esbbats
> named in, and where can I get the proper pronunciations? I also
> need to find out where I can get a large cauldron, nothing too
> about 5 gal. that isn't going to put me in the porehouse. I havethat
> made or am making the other tools I'll need, but this is a bit too
> much for me. I would also like to find a local WICCA 101 class
> is'nt conected too closly to a coven.
> Thanks and have a peacful day.