Making Light: Hermes

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I’m glad He has been with me, and every time I leave the house, I know that He will continue to protect me and mine beyond the threshold where the driveway and street mark the boundary of our modest suburban property. [Read more...]

Socially Responsible Magic: Responsibility and Feet of Clay

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We can’t expect the community to hold us accountable. We must hold ourselves accountable and use that to empower ourselves and our choices. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Easy Candle Magic

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Candle magic is an easy way to connect to the Universe and your chosen divinity, and it’s still the type of spell craft I turn to most often for fast results. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Few Books that I Think Every Witch Should Read

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One of the most common questions a teacher of the Craft will be asked is, “What books should I read?” Sable Aradia has a few suggestions. [Read more...]

Alone In Her Presence: Embodied Living, Tantra and I?

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Tantra is the magic of transformation. It is the magic of bringing self into alignment and aligning our hearts with the Goddess as both the Immanent love that flows in, among, and around us, and also the transcendent exalted from which all blessings flow. [Read more...]

Queer of Swords: The Beast Strikes Back – How to Be an Ally

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Following from my previous column in which I somehow managed to come out to the entire world as asexual, here are six simple rules for anyone who wants to be a better ally to people like me. [Read more...]

Jewish Witch: Despair, Tikkun Olam, and Rewilding Witchcraft

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My job, as a Witch, is to explore my own wildness–to embrace it and understand it and fashion it into a weapon that heals. My job is to embody that deep paradox. My job is to face it without denial, rather than ignore it and thus let it control me. [Read more...]


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