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John Beckett

Paganism and the Primacy of the Written Word

The written word is a useful servant, but Western culture has made it an arrogant master. If we are to become truly Pagan then the primacy of the written word must give way to the primacy of religious experience.

Voodoo Universe

Voodoo Blessings On St. John’s Eve

The real New Orleans Voodoo holiday is St. John's Eve. Revered and celebrated by the great Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau herself, it has long held some serious magick

Agora

The Other Side of the Hedge: The Boline

Tied to the history of the land, the boline is a reminder of the thin line that divides life and death. If the Grim Reaper wields a scythe, those who walk the boundary of the two worlds carry the boline.

Agora

Tree City Witch: Breaking up With Santa Muerte

I can’t remember if there was a moment when I decided that we couldn’t go any further, me and Santa Muerte, that I couldn’t take her with me, that I had to leave her behind. That we had done everything we could.

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