Making Light: Blessed by Less by Susan Vogt (Review)

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All in all, I enjoyed this book and feel a renewed commitment to clearing out the physical, emotional, and spiritual clutter. As Vogt describes, “The spiritual paradox is that the less tightly I cling to my stuff, my way, and my concerns, the happier and more blessed I feel. Once I have enough, less is more.” [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: GODDESS SPELLS FOR BUSY GIRLS

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With the coming release of my first non-fiction book, GODDESS SPELLS FOR BUSY GIRLS, I want to celebrate by giving something back to my readers. If you pre-order GODDESS SPELLS, you can enter to win a pretty spectacular prize pack of Red Wheel/Weiser books. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Wicca and the Lotus-Eaters – Reaching the New Generation of Witches

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Is modern Witchcraft on the decline? Or has it merely changed form? The new generation of Witches has different issues from previous generations, and different needs. Sable Aradia offers some observations about the differences, and suggests ways to bridge the gap. [Read more...]

Remembering Nelson Mandela: A Reflection by Selena Fox

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Let us remember Nelson Mandela and celebrate his life, legacy, and good works which have inspired so many of us. May we take inspiration in carrying on the quest for interfaith understanding and collaboration for freedom, justice, reconciliation, equality, and world peace. [Read more...]

Syncretic Electric: A Reflection on Mythology

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Each of us will come away from mythology with our understandings, and each of us will deploy that mythology in a way that suits us. However, it is important for us to make the effort to allow mythology to speak first to us, before we drown out its unique voice with our own. [Read more...]

Druid Thoughts: Plastic Pagan Gurus

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On the surface, Plastic Pagan Gurus are convincing. They appear to be everything we want Pagan leaders to be, and they play to those desires. It can take a long time to realise that you’re being sold a pile of nothing wrapped in PR. [Read more...]

Naturalistic Traditions: Were the Classical Greeks naturalistic?

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Last time, we discovered the world’s oldest Naturalistic Pagans* in the Ionian philosophers of ancient Greece. Yet, they comprised no more than a handful of intellectuals in a world full of theists. What was the effect of naturalism on the rest of Greece as it developed in the Classical period? Did it spread through the culture or remain isolated? [Read more...]


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