Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Praise the Champion; The Law and When to Break It

Justice

Parenting to tolerance is more than raising children who docilely follow the crowd or behave in ways that society finds acceptable. Tolerance requires warriors of justice who confront the unjust and change lives. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Words Have Power

Lydia M.N. Crabtree

As witches, neo-pagans, spiritualists, heathens, druids or simply people who believe that we are affected by the unseen as well as the seen, we know words have power. How do we talk to our children about the power of words to perpetuate prejudice? [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Be Vocal, Be Creative When Teaching Tolerance

mandms

Racism, gender bias, religious intolerance, and homophobia continue to persist is silence. Ignorance thrives in dark places where reason sheds no light. Here are ideas about how to talk to your child about racism. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Racism, Homophobia, Gender Bias, Intolerance, and Pagan Parenting

teaching kids about race

If a stand against the incipient racism and homophobia present in our society is to be made, there are some key things that parents can do with their children to make them able to think critically about prejudice. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven – The Ultimate DIY

Lydia M.N. Crabtree

I think about several people I know who all want to study the craft a bit more seriously and how I continue to put them off, opting instead for unstructured and undirected classes because I feel like I am inadequate. Not showing up — that’s my problem. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Season of Giving?

giving_hands

How can Family Coven virtues be expressed during this season of giving? Lydia MN Crabtree examines how a Family Coven walks its talk. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven – A Definition

Lydia M.N. Crabtree

Family Coven is a group of persons who share shelter, food and resources for the purpose of survival while acknowledging the spiritual nature of the human condition. The term is a deliberate joining and redefinition of the terms ‘family’ and ‘coven.’ [Read more...]


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