The Busy Witch: Wonder-ful World

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For me, magical practice isn’t just about the spells and rituals (although I love those aspects, too). It’s in the sound of wind chimes dancing outside my window; the brush of the wind through my hair, reminding me to be present; the warmth of the sun on my shoulders or the rough earth beneath my feet. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Few Books that I Think Every Witch Should Read (Part Two)

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Sable Aradia continues her list of books that she believes every Witch should read, with a few honorable mentions. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: Wild Naked Pagans

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In other words, we must get wild with our spirituality, untamed and direct. It seems to me that this is why the Neopagan movement exists in the first place, a reaction to the inability of “civilized” religion to deal with the circumstances in which humanity finds itself. [Read more...]

Queer of Swords: A Prayer for Compassion Toward Z Budapest

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In light of Z Budapest’s recent outburst against the kink community in which she suggests the bombing of Pantheacon, Sarah Thompson calls for compassion rather than a new fight. [Read more...]

Alone In Her Presence: Choosing Love Over Fear

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When I speak of love, it is not abstract, and it is not romantic or romanticized. It is action that is holy. [Read more...]

Jewish Witch: My Devotionals, Part One – The Shema

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It’s funny–whenever my practice begins to falter, whenever I get tied up in how to please this deity or how to work that spell, it’s science that helps me center myself. The Tree of Life and the breathing Earth. The race of electrons and the swirl of galaxies. These things are my declaration. My Shema. [Read more...]

Heathen Woman: Raising Heathen Children

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I didn’t want my children to feel different. I wanted them to automatically feel enlightened, connected spiritually, and to be proud of the folk stories and traditions that we shared as a family. Yet sometimes it is what sets us apart that allows us to appreciate both commonalities and uniqueness. [Read more...]


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