The Mystic Labyrinth Witan Shrine was founded and officially chartered in 2015 in BC, Canada.
Mystic Labyrinth officially advanced to Correllian Proto-Temple status in May 2021.
We are a Proto-Temple of the Correllian Tradition and as such, our philosophies align with the beliefs and practices of the Correllian Tradition. You can find out more about the Correllian Tradition here.
Living in rural British Columbia provided its fair amount of challenges as far as finding a Pagan community to join and being able to study with them and attend rituals. The passion of providing a safe online space for Pagans and offering quality Wiccan and spiritual studies online was born and the Mystic Labyrinth is the first step in this journey.
With a move to France in 2017, Mystic Labyrinth moved physical locations, but thanks to its virtual presence, access to the community and courses remained the same.
We believe that after the health crisis of the past year it has become even more important to keep expanding our online offerings and virtual access to celebrations, courses, and services.
We host virtual Sabbat and Esbat rituals, as well as other online events, to celebrate the seasons, magic, rites of passage, and the Lady and the Lord. We are dedicated to advancing the Wiccan religion and community, especially Correllian Wicca and teachings.
We also focus on holistic healing and offer a variety of services to support our members and the public in their physical and spiritual journey.
Together, we share in upholding and living the following principles.
Live our lives in a way that honors the Lord and Lady, following the Wiccan Rede: “Do as you will, but harm none.”
Explore and practice Wiccan beliefs and traditions, with a focus on the Correllian Traditions.
Support and empower one another within the Proto-Temple in our unique journey of healing, discovery, growth, and aspiration.
Honor Mother Earth and all Her creatures as sacred, and work to heal and protect the environment within our community, throughout our nation, and around the world.
Respect our Clergy and our Members and practice tolerance, inclusivity, empathy, and positivity with one another.
Our journey is unique to us and like walking a labyrinth, we will not leave the labyrinth the same person as we entered it. The important thing is to truly live our journey and discover new things around each bend of the labyrinth. Walk the labyrinth in perfect love and perfect trust. Be mindful of your steps and enjoy the magical transformation that is life!