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December 18, 2017
Irish-American Witchcraft: Embracing a Modern Santa
Santa is a spirit with many guises and many names. Some of those guises are...
January 28, 2017
Brigid and the Making of Vows
As we shift from Winter's dormancy to Spring's rebirth, our desire for new possibilities drives...
December 27, 2016
The Blooming Staff: The Longest Night and the Mystery of the Incarnation
Every December 21, a NY church holds a "Longest Night" service. Nicholas Laccetti reflects on...
December 08, 2016
Outside the Circle: The Dark Lords Of Yule And Misrule
Not so long ago, Yule was as much a chilling season of Ghosts, Monsters, Imps,...
December 04, 2016
Full Frontal Magic: Reducing Holiday Hostility through Blessed Food
We tell ourselves, spending time with family should be a great time, but old wounds...
November 01, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Into The Dark of Samhain
The spirits deserve their due, after all, and we are moving solidly into their season:...
October 27, 2016
Outside the Circle: The Magic Of The Great Pumpkin
Fall, colored leaves, picking that perfect pumpkin against the backdrop of washed harvest color. Purple...
October 24, 2016
Star Made Witch: Masks and Guising on Samhain
In the sense that the mask serves to kill the ego masks for the duration...
October 22, 2016
The Path of She: Hecate and the Crossroads of Choice
“Time is running out.” Hecate says, “Be fearless. Choose love. By your choices, and those...
October 18, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: The Morrigan and Samhain
One question I get asked fairly often is whether or not the Morrigan had a...
October 07, 2016
Happily Heathen: Winternights — The Heathen Samhain?
Winternights is one of my favorite holidays. I love when summer finally gives way to...
September 29, 2016
Hills of the Horizon: Opet, Autumn, and the Wanderer
What does the common cultural motif of the god in disguise testing mortals' hospitality have...
September 17, 2016
The Path of She: Gifts of the Hera’s Journey – Four Spiritual Lessons for the Fall Season
In the Fall season, the hera’s journey provides invaluable teachings that can help you navigate...
September 12, 2016
Star Made Witch: Excerpt from the Witch’s Sabbath
There is a place and time that witches fly their souls to where they do...
September 11, 2016
Wayfaring Woman: Gifts from the Heart – An Autumn-Spiced Guided Meditation
As autumn approaches I am increasingly aware of relationships that are functioning well, those that...
September 10, 2016
The Path of She: A Fall Equinox Mystery – Persephone and the Ways of the Sacred Feminine
At the Fall Equinox, Persephone awaits you at the opening to the Underworld, offering up...
August 16, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Themes of Celebration – Sun and Shadow
My own approach to holidays is multilayered. I think of it a bit like celebrating...
July 29, 2016
Hills of the Horizon: The Village Games
Community practice in a village in ancient times would have had most people following similar...
July 23, 2016
The Path of She: A Lammas Meditation — Lugh and the Golden Field of Your Life Story
Lugh can guide you in the Lammas tasks of harvesting your soul lessons that have...
June 18, 2016
The Path of She: Three Lessons from the Summer Solstice – Visioning a New World
At the Summer Solstice with the powers of life and light at a peak, Nature...
June 16, 2016
Outside the Circle: The Bad Fairies Of Litha
Litha or Midsummer, a time of bonfires, mugwort, mythical beings, nights and days of mischief...
June 11, 2016
The Path of She: A Summer Solstice Mystery – Thou Art Goddess
Your Inner Goddess is awake inside of you, anchoring you in the ways of the...
June 07, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: The Summer Solstice – Cake for Áine
On midsummer - the holiday between Bealtaine's earthy celebrations and Lúnasa's harvesting - we celebrate...
May 10, 2016
Witch on Fire: Crafting Sovereignty at the Grand Sabbat
This Beltane, we brought both the pomp and ceremony of High Witchcraft plus the nitty-gritty,...
May 07, 2016
The Rantin’ Raven: Old at Beltain
We just celebrated Beltain, perhaps the most "hands on" Sabbat of the year. But, what...
May 02, 2016
Seeking the Grail: Beltane Blues
Beltane used to be easy for me. When I was new to Paganism, I knew...
April 26, 2016
Witch on Fire: Beltane Lovers – Once you Go Witch You’ll Never Switch
This is MODERN witchcraft, where we strip off the mask of the obvious, and glory...
April 25, 2016
Star Made Witch: Walpurgis Night
The eve of May is also called Walspurgis Night (from Walspurgisnact in German and Dutch)...
April 23, 2016
The Path of She: A Beltane Meditation – Life-making with the Green Man
For everything there is a season, and Beltane is the time to embrace your life-making...
April 19, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Beltane and the Gifts of Darkness
Bealtaine is a holiday that celebrates both the dark and the light, just as life...
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