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October 19, 2015
Seeking the Grail: The Wounded King
There is a particular magic to mythology. I admit, I have a complicated relationship with...
October 18, 2015
The Other Side of the Hedge: The Thinning of the Veil
Halloween is almost upon us. It’s a time of year for costumes, parties, and maybe...
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The Rantin’ Raven: Wicca Was the Tantra of the West
I’m old enough to remember what the Craft was like ‘in the day.’ It was...
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Wyrd Words: Feminism in Heathenry
Greetings, and welcome back to Wyrd Words. Keeping the Thor in Thursdays, here on Agora!...
October 14, 2015
The Cartomancer: Feel Good or Feel?
What is cool is letting chance rule the experience of what we come to understand...
October 13, 2015
Witch on Fire: Samhain – The Poison and the Antidote
It is Samhain-tides again, the final harvest; a time of acceptance that death comes for...
October 12, 2015
Star Made Witch: Witches and the Power of Storms
Storms are an integral natural force of the autumn season. Traditionally witches are intimate with...
October 11, 2015
Wayfaring Woman: Winding Roads
There are many roads that one may travel. Divine encounters with Hekate and Odin transformed...
October 10, 2015
The Path of She: Why Does the Goddess Matter?
In our modern sensibilities, God is the fundamental construct for Divinity; the Goddess typically doesn’t...
October 09, 2015
Happily Heathen: The Positives and Negatives of Dedicating to a Deity
I am dedicated to the Vanic Goddess Freya and consider myself Her daughter. When I...
October 08, 2015
The Lady’s Quill: To Listen
To listen passively leads to anger and pain. To listen actively, while difficult, leads to...
October 07, 2015
Dandelion Seeds: On the Fractal Nature of the Earth Mother
As we celebrate the changing of the seasons and the balance of day and night...
October 06, 2015
Witch on Fire: Hail Mercury…in Retrograde!
The planet Mercury has been in retrograde since September 17 and will return to his...
October 05, 2015
Irish-American Witchcraft: Pagan Events and Special Needs Children (or Adults)
If we, as modern pagans, want to be truly inclusive in our public rituals then...
October 04, 2015
The Other Side of the Hedge: Animism and Virtue
In Paganism, we spend a lot of time shouting across the chasms of meaning and...
October 03, 2015
The Rantin’ Raven: Faith, Hope, and Clarity
Having certainty doesn’t mean that we don’t need faith. It means we don’t need blind...
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Adventures in Wortcunning: Harvesting Dreams
Like a guardian at the gates of the underworld, here mugwort waits to delve into...
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Wyrd Words: Cultural Appropriation and Pagan Fear
If little Suzy wants to go up onto a mountain top, burn some sage, and...
September 30, 2015
Guest Post: I am Guilty of Cultural Appropriation
It is always an exacting experience to examine our own contributions to perpetuating oppressive cultural...
September 28, 2015
Star Made Witch: The Future of Traditional Witchcraft
I see in the future of traditional witchcraft a very personal relationship within the spiritual...
September 26, 2015
The Path of She: The Silver Threads of the Great Mother
We, the waking sons and daughters of the Great Mother, are reclaiming the silver threads...
September 25, 2015
Happily Heathen: The Blot’s the Thing
I have recently started an “Intro to Heathenry” class in my hometown. In preparing for...
September 24, 2015
The Lady’s Quill: Queer and Trans Identities and Pagan Mythology
Trying to shoehorn figures from our mythologies into modern concepts of identity can be harmful...
September 23, 2015
The Cartomancer: In Love and War
When your love is clear it is part of the infinite beyond. When your love...
September 22, 2015
Witch on Fire: Love in the Balance, A Poem for the Equinox
Learning to balance the "light" and the "dark" aspects of life is tough, but equinoxes...
September 21, 2015
Seeking the Grail: The Endless Cup – What Have I Given My Heart To?
I have had periods of creative expression when I felt there was no end to...
September 20, 2015
The Other Side of the Hedge: Animism Isn’t for Us?
The animistic worldview is the red-headed stepchild of Western pagan worldviews. It finds itself mostly...
September 19, 2015
The Rantin’ Raven: Who Was Mabon?
There’s a lot of debate over the name Mabon at the Autumn Equinox, mostly because...
September 18, 2015
Adventures in Wortcunning: A Spot of Tea?
Like reading a story aloud, speaking a thing makes it somehow different outside my head....
September 16, 2015
Dandelion Seeds: Gaia, The Gangster Earth Mother
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