Pagan TamaYear of the Monkey
What does the monkey signify in Shinto?
AgoraDandelion Seeds: Devotional Techniques from the Heartbreak Trenches
Sometimes we need to take some time to honor our losses. In this post Rev. Hill speaks to her own losses and give examples of ways to build devotional practices to help.
Alone In Her PresencePractical Astrology for Witches and Pagans, by Ivo Dominguez, Jr: A Review
Ivo has done the extraordinary, in that he has literally taken the cosmic universe in all its splendor, and turned it into something we can hold in our hands (both literally and figuratively.)
AgoraAdventures in Wortcunning: The First Groupies
The first groupies are collectively known as the nine Muses, and each is a specialist in her own field of the arts and sciences. These nine have another sister whom is seldom connected with them, although she, the mighty Athena, is the Goddess of Wisdom herself in that pantheon. I bet their mom was amazing.
Raise the HornsThe Right and Wrong of Imbolc
The start of February is filled with significance. For many Pagans it marks the holiday of Imbolc, seen by some as the start of Spring (and by many others as the height of... [Read More]
The Witching HourBrooklyn Stabbing Death Attributed to “Pagan Ritual” (aka, Imbolc?)
Well, in case you thought the days of the Satanic Panic were over and done with, the New York Post (and other websites and publications picking up on the Post’s story, like... [Read More]
John Beckett“Adulting” is an Indictment of Society, Not of Millennials
Bashing Millennials seems to be the new national pastime. I see article after article about how they’re entitled, fragile, and above all, immature. Perhaps nowhere is this... [Read More]
Shekhinah CallingPriestessing Depression: Why are Pagans So Afraid of Negative Emotions?
The other day I found this story in my Facebook feed: This Turmeric Lemonade Is Better At Treating Depression Than Prozac This anti-inflammatory, antioxidant packed, cancer... [Read More]
AgoraThe Value of Our Shadow
Full Moon / M. Daimler I recently read a wonderful blog by Asa West called Priestessing Depression and it started a discussion among a group of my friends on social media. The... [Read More]
Dowsing for Divinity
The Witching Hour