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November 27, 2017
The Crow’s Nest: A Grounding Spell for the Holidays
The Holidays are the most stressful time of year for many. Shopping, food, social and...
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The Crow’s Nest: Beltane-A Fire Festival
Beltane is an ancient Celtic Holiday, often referred to in modern times as May Day....
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Brigid and the Making of Vows
As we shift from Winter's dormancy to Spring's rebirth, our desire for new possibilities drives...
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Full Frontal Magic: Reducing Holiday Hostility through Blessed Food
We tell ourselves, spending time with family should be a great time, but old wounds...
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The Path of She: Hecate and the Crossroads of Choice
“Time is running out.” Hecate says, “Be fearless. Choose love. By your choices, and those...
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Happily Heathen: Winternights — The Heathen Samhain?
Winternights is one of my favorite holidays. I love when summer finally gives way to...
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The Path of She: Gifts of the Hera’s Journey – Four Spiritual Lessons for the Fall Season
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The Path of She: A Fall Equinox Mystery – Persephone and the Ways of the Sacred Feminine
At the Fall Equinox, Persephone awaits you at the opening to the Underworld, offering up...
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Irish-American Witchcraft: Themes of Celebration – Sun and Shadow
My own approach to holidays is multilayered. I think of it a bit like celebrating...
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Hills of the Horizon: The Village Games
Community practice in a village in ancient times would have had most people following similar...
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Witch on Fire: Beltane Lovers – Once you Go Witch You’ll Never Switch
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Star Made Witch: The Power of Scent
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The Path of She: A Samhain Teaching – Born Into Life, Born Into Death
Samhain is a time to contemplate the mysteries of death, not from a place of...
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The Rantin’ Raven: Who Was Mabon?
There’s a lot of debate over the name Mabon at the Autumn Equinox, mostly because...
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Witch on Fire: Mabon Feasts Serve Up a Challenge
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Witch on Fire: Lammas Sacrifice and the Sacred Mission
That’s when my perception shifted, and I suggested that this harvest is about what is...
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Irish-American Witchcraft: Brón Trogain – Lúnasa By Another Name
Sharing what we have, which comes from the generosity of the Powers, is a way...
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The Witches Next Door: Beltane Rituals – Beyond the Bang
What if boinking a beloved (or beloveds) isn’t your idea of celebrating Beltane? What if...
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The Zen Pagan: Gratitude, Schmatitude
I’m not going to tell you to be thankful, even as you’re about to be...
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Making Light: Artemis
This is one of the most important stories in the Mythos. For the most part,...
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Seekers and Guides: The Importance of Remembrance
As Pagans, it is especially important that we remember the powerful and terrible experience of...
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Making Light: Thar-jellybean
It's getting close to Thargelia, but my celebration doesn't look much like the ancient festival...
March 27, 2013
Gateway Goddess: Interfaith Family Ties Blossom from Ostara to Easter
Why do I have an Easter dress? Why, after years of brunch-only celebrations with my...
March 19, 2013
The Busy Witch: Balance Within and Without?
With the coming Equinox, I am ready to shed my winter skin. Not only is...
February 06, 2013
Making Light: A Dionysia Yet to Be Named
Rather than looking at the Athenian calendar and trying to reproduce the holiday that comes...
January 25, 2013
Gateway Goddess: Imbolc – Feeding the Hunger of New Lives with Milk and Fire
I've been told Imbolc is derived from the Celtic words for "in the belly," or...
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Making Light: How we voted Imbolc off the Island (and aren’t even sorry)
Somewhere between the winter solstice and the spring equinox, we notice that the days have...
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