Naddya Foxfire


Even though Naddya Foxfire was born into a Catholic family, she began studying Wicca and paganism as a young adult. She founded an online group in west Texas in an attempt to find and meet other like-minded people in her area. Eventually, this group led to an organized coven called Way of the Lady, of which she was elected High Priestess. The Way of the Lady became a large group, following an eclectic (varied) path. Naddya was even interviewed by the local paper, and appeared in an article published June 28, 2009 about Wicca and paganism.

During this time, she and her husband were also raising their children in the Wiccan way. Both children are still studying the path of Wicca, although they were certainly free to choose their own path. The eldest has been formally initiated into the coven, and the youngest has dedicated herself to the coven.

Naddya loves animals and her totem spirit is the fox. Her element is Fire, and her patron deities are Thor and Athena. Even though she has now moved away from the west Texas area, she maintains contact with her coven mates, even renewing the online group with a Facebook page, and she continues to study and practice Wicca.

Where to find Naddya Foxfire online


Witchopedia: An A to Z Book of Shadows
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 121,810. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2015 by Metamorph Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Witchcraft & wicca, Nonfiction » New Age » Magic
Naddya Foxfire, Wiccan High Priestess and founder of the Way of the Lady coven, brings you a uniquely-designed alphabetical Book of Shadows, including most everything the modern-day pagan might need to know in a handy reference. With a basic history of paganism and witchcraft, to complex spells and rituals, organized in an easy-to-use reference.

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