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August 11, 2015
Witch on Fire: Why I am Still a Witch
I have tried a few times to give it up, to lay down the tools,...
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The Path of She: The Everyday Magic of Yes
Yes is the most powerful magical word in our vocabulary. We activate the everyday magic...
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Seeking the Grail: Into Gold She Sang
Since I have fairytales on the brain, both as stories as a vehicle for personal...
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The Rantin’ Raven: Cultural Appropriation? Really?
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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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Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Parenting and the Confederate Flag
I am related to Robert E. Lee. My family was wrong. We take down this...
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The Busy Witch: Celebrating Change
The wheel of the year turns on, and as summer makes way for fall, I'm...
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Born Again Witch: Witches at a Pentecostal Church – Healings and Prophecies
Being back in an environment where everyone attributes everything to Jesus and Jesus alone reminded...
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The Path of She: A Lammas Tale – Lugh and the Miracle of a New Harvest
Lammas is upon us and the God Lugh offers teachings on the renewal of life:...
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Happily Heathen: Heathens and Tolerance – Iceland, You Are *Not* Alone
Heathenry is for everyone. The tolerance and hospitality of the Icelandic Asatruar is the norm,...
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Spear of Athena: Reconstructionism as Methodology, Strengths and Weaknesses
The strengths and weaknesses of reconstructionism as a methodology are many and varied, and are...
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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...
July 20, 2015
Seeking the Grail: Beneath the Surface of Faith
In my own path of spiritual seeking, I frequently reflect on my religion, my spirituality....
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The Rantin’ Raven: Celebrating Wildness – a Book Review
Celebrating Wildness is a unique, exquisite, and profound book. It created in me a sort...
July 17, 2015
Adventures in Wortcunning: A Starwood Experience
Drums beating through the days and all along the nights become a tapestry for our...
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I love the old legends, and find inspiration in the stories of the gods. However,...
July 15, 2015
Dandelion Seeds: Polytheism and Polyamory are a Natural Combination
A poly perspective on religion and life leads to greater compassion and the sacredness of...
July 14, 2015
The Busy Witch: The Magic of Giving
Giving your talents, your time, your money, whatever it is that you value and want...
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Born Again Witch: Witches at a Pentecostal Church – Sensing the Energy
This is the second part of a three part series on what happened when my...
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The Path of She: Wake to Goodness, Wake to Goddess
Though the Goddess as the feminine face of Divinity is foreign to our modern, encultured...
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Personal Gnosis. Polytheism. Paganism. The writers at Patheos Pagan get together to discuss personal gnosis...
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Socially Responsible Magic: Values, Assumptions, and Internal Work
Why we need to explore our values and assumptions using internal work to unpack what...
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Irish-American Witchcraft: Being an Irish Pagan in America
The Tuatha Dé Danann are firmly rooted in Ireland, in the landscape and in the...
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Seeking the Grail: Filling My Cup – A Creativity Exercise
You may not consider yourself a poet, but here's a simple poetry exercise that you...
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