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Dandelion Seeds: Face to face with hatred, what do we do?

Though I am far away from Orlando, though I know none of those poor people, I am changed. Having gone through various initiations and oaths, having crossed the threshold of parenthood and felt the weight of the clergy stole upon my shoulders, I can recognize these things now. I feel the journey before me. I see it for many of us. [Read more…]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Pagan Parenting and the Orlando Mass Shooting

With a prayer and sound advise, Crabtree explores how to talk to children about the issues around the Orlando Mass Shooting and general safety during a mass shooting. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Viridis Genii (Event Review)

There are so many kinds of spiritual events, but perhaps none so sublime as the retreat. I attend quite a few events throughout the year: pagan pride, conventions and conferences. Retreats are my favorite and Viridis Genii in Damascus, Oregon is particularly special. [Read more…]

Wyrd Words: Orlando, Islam, and Glass Houses

Most of America woke up to some pretty disturbing news this morning. At 2 am. a shooter opened fire inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando Florida. In what has become the largest mass shooting in American history, over fifty people were killed with fifty more injured and receiving medical attention. I would love to think [Read More…]

Wayfaring Woman: A Charm for Release

We have all known difficult people. Whether they are manipulative, disrespectful of boundaries, toxic or whatever the case may be, our lives improve when we sever our connection with them. Disconnecting is a nuanced and multifaceted process and metaphysical links have to be identified and severed as well. [Read more…]

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 sacred feminine, and guiding your journey of soul at this time of the Summer Solstice. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen: Beauty, Sex, and Sexuality in the Viking Age

Religious and spiritual beliefs to not happen in a vacuum; they are always influences by how the culture in which they are grown. As a devotee of Freya and Freyr, for me this meant breaking away from my modern Western understanding of sex, love, and sexuality and digging into how the Vikings viewed these concepts instead. [Read more…]

The Lady’s Quill: Eating Ash and Spitting Fire

Whether you count its origins in the pastoral altars of Romantic poets, the channeled voice of the Night Sky herself speaking to a mad sorcerer in Egypt, or the stolen revelations of a secret witch-cult in England–or maybe you don’t believe any of those stories–modern Paganism began in protest. It began with the voices of the heretics. [Read more…]

The Cartomancer: Relax, Your Local Gods can only be Discovered through Foreign Intervention

Your local gods are other people’s stories. The totally other people’s stories. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: The Summer Solstice – Cake for Áine

On midsummer – the holiday between Bealtaine’s earthy celebrations and Lúnasa’s harvesting – we celebrate the joy and growth of the light half of the year. We acknowledge, formally, what we live with everyday – the knowledge that the world we live in is shared by myriad spirits and is touched by the Gods. [Read more…]


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