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The Busy Witch: Easy Candle Magic

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

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?

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

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

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…]

Heathen Woman: The Concept of Community

When I am engaging in group dialogue, I do not see a “heathen community” but rather individuals who may be similarly invested in learning about heathenry. Referring to a stranger as “brother” or “sister,” or using “our heathen community” to imply that someone I do not personally know is accountable for me, devalues the meaning of these words [Read more…]

Wyrd Words: GENOCIDE – Whose Tool is it?

There is an entire population of people that are being systematically EXTERMINATED, and these various conservative media outlets have proven that they only care so long as this genocide can be used to further their agendas. These outlets are able to present two apparently contradictory stories to the same audience and use both to support their actual goals, because the average American consumer has simply decided that they no longer care about facts. [Read more…]

Socially Responsible Magic: Networking as Social Responsibility

Networking is a form of social responsibility — it’s not just for business. What skills can you learn from networking to connect with others and support them in their work? [Read more…]

The Busy Witch: Coming Home

Instead of leaving me feeling bereft, the absence of my regular rituals actually strengthened my appreciation for returning home and renewed my desire to make conscious choices about my magical practice. Stepping away from my altar gave me a different perspective, and I realized how rote some of my actions had become. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: Auntie Sable’s Practical Tips for Sexy Pagans

Sable Aradia concludes her series on sex magick and sacred sexuality with some practical advice for those who wish to practice. [Read more…]