Wizard wheeze

27th May 2005 at 01:00
Fed up with trying to do magic in the classroom? Then whizz over the Atlantic to teach witchcraft.

Wiccans are creating a witch training college in Albany, New York. "We need trained educators and clergy, more than ever," says Davron Michaels, director of the Correllian college project. "We have a growing number of people looking for answers, and their education is leaving them unable to cope with the world they feel they should be living in. (Eh?)... We need our own college. We need it now."

The fiendishly resourceful Wiccans are raising cash for the project by selling books and a downloadable booklet through their Witch School listing on eBay.

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