Irish-American Witchcraft: Beltane and the Gifts of Darkness

Bealtaine is a holiday that celebrates both the dark and the light, just as life is ultimately about finding a balance between the two that works for each of us individually. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen – The Cat Story; or, Why it’s good to be very specific when asking your Goddess for a favor

You may know what you think that you want when you make a wish, but the Gods might give you what you need, instead. [Read more…]

Hills of the Horizon: Narrative Theology III – the Doughnut and the Dice

One of the things about stories is of course the way they keep turning up, over and over, in variable forms. A story about the voices of the ancestors. And about meditating doughnuts. And an imaginary alien. They’re all the same story, in the end. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Witches dreaming

At those hard times when it’s all you can do just to complete your daily responsibilities, when you need magic the most, but have the least time, space and energy to perform it, not all is lost. You still have your dreams. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: The Spring Equinox – Moving Towards the Light

Spring is in the air and I can feel the shift from winter’s dark to summer’s light, as the slow movement that began at the winter solstice with the lengthening days, and strengthened at Imbolc with the first surges of new life, reaches a tipping point. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Fairy Witchcraft Book List

Considering that fairy tales and religion are the theme this March, I will seize this opportunity to share my favorites books with you. [Read more…]

The Path of She: Demeter and Your Bigness of Being, A Spring Equinox Meditation

Spring has arrived and Demeter awaits you, just as She has waited for Her daughter Persephone since times immemorial. Let Her guide you in this season of equal light and dark, life and death, and joy and sorrow. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen: Offerings for the Gods – Part 3 – The Jotnar

Interested in worshipping, honoring, or learning from the giants of Norse Mythology? Though often controversial, some modern folks have built long-lasting, beneficial relationships with some of the Aesir’s mortal enemies. Would you know more? [Read more…]

Witch on Fire: Down the Rabbit Hole of a Past-Life Retrievalist

I call my past-life retrieval work, “going down the rabbit hole.” But how does one train to do this work? What happens during our journeys to the past? Allow me share my story, and my process. Let this article be our time-machine, as we take a trip to medieval Scotland… [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: The Witch of Portobello (Book Review)

The Witch of Portobello is about a Romani orphan who was a refugee to London with her Lebanese parents. This variety of heritages Sherine Khalil, nicknamed Athena, has access to makes this story a globe trotter. Everywhere the woman stops we get a sense of the unique struggles of each country. Increasing the diversity this novel can portray is the interesting narrative structure of storytelling via several dozen characters who Athena touched throughout her life before it was cut too short by her violent and random murder. [Read more…]


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