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March 15, 2017
Lamp & Labyrinth: Sovereignty at The Center of the Labyrinth
Sovereignty is rightly held by the just, make the land their kin, What kind of...
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Hills of the Horizon: A Christmas Carol
There has never been a convert to a new religion who didn't carry something with...
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The Cartomancer: Creating Wealth
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Full Frontal Magic: Reducing Holiday Hostility through Blessed Food
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Happily Heathen: Healing Old Wounds at a New Ancestor’s Grave
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Adventures in Wortcunning: The Weight of Glory
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The Cartomancer: Transmission
We say to one another: ‘Don’t waste my time.’ ‘Don’t waste my time’ should be...
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Witch on Fire: Broom Closets and Bible Belts – 10 Tips For Your Coming Out Party
I'd wager that many of you fine readers have struggled with the problem of being...
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The Cartomancer: Courting the Self
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Irish-American Witchcraft: What We Pass On
My two and a half year old son was sitting in my lap the other...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Pagan Parenting – Terrorism, World Violence and Ritual
Violence that has shredded this world has an uncanny way of effecting children. As parents...
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The Cartomancer: How to Discover Your Character in an Earthquake
We may think we know who we are and what we are, but as culture...
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Adventures in Wortcunning: Speaking of Ancestors
As my daughter entered labor many miles from me, I stopped my daily routine to...
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Adventures in Wortcunning: A Spot of Tea?
Like reading a story aloud, speaking a thing makes it somehow different outside my head....
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The Cartomancer: Fixing Blind Spots with Cards
Cards: They answer questions. Not only that, but they also teach us to be better...
March 26, 2015
Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Indoctrinating Against Indoctrination
It's not enough to simply tell your children about other faiths while helping them to...
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The Witches Next Door: Being on the Same Path is Awesome! Except When it isn’t
You like strawberry cheesecake.They like strawberry cheesecake. They think Spring is the coolest time of...
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Ancestor Remembrance Project: Blood and Spirit
Family and ancestry are not limited by blood; the choices we make link us to...
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Ancestor Remembrance Project: I Remember Nana
I wish I remembered more about my great-grandmother’s racing days. I know she and Granddad...
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Celebrating Heathen Women: Then and Now
Honoring the dísir (female ancestors) is an important part of modern heathen ritual. What do...
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Heathen Woman: Honoring Our Ancestors, Part Two
Why should I honor the ancestors I knew personally instead of reaching far back into...
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Heathen Woman: Raising Heathen Children
I didn’t want my children to feel different. I wanted them to automatically feel enlightened,...
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Heathen Woman: Honoring Our Ancestors
When I moved to a rural homestead, it was with the intent that I would...
July 11, 2014
Heathen Woman: Frith
What is frith? It is more than just "courtesy" or "respect"? Do we extend it...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven Can Be Enough
Family Covens openly accept: We may not know. We do not have to know. We...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Power Is Not Enough
If God was everywhere in everything and in everyone, then this High Priestess was threatening...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven – Blood Is Not Enough
Part of my struggle is knowing that how I frame my involvements with family, covens,...
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Druid Thoughts: What Makes a Family?
The ideal is a family or tribe held together by bonds of love, respect and...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven – A Definition
Family Coven is a group of persons who share shelter, food and resources for the...
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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven?
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