Sable reviews fellow Patheos Pagan blogger Nornoriel Lokason’s new book, “Walking Between Worlds: A Survival Guide to Life Touched by the Unseen.” Read more

Some believe that the growing fields of quantum mechanics and quantum physics have great implications for mysticism and spirituality. In a new column, Sable examines this issue from a Pagan perspective. Read more

Is Wicca a syncretic religion? What does that mean, and what implications would this definition have for the Pagan community? Read more

Sable and a small conglomeration of local Pagans went to the cenotaph in their city to honor their war dead in a Pagan way. Instead they were witness to the birth of a communal ritual that brought their city together. Lest we forget. Read more

Sable carries on with “Seekers and Guides” as part of her new blog. A Wiccan ritual can be likened to a visit from royalty. Thinking of it in that way helps us to consider all of the steps involved in a ritual and the purposes for doing them. Read more

Wicca has no shortage of GLBTQ people who contribute to its cultural milieu, but perhaps we should be making a greater effort to include GLBTQ images of deity and mythology. Here are some ideas. Read more

This is Part 3 of a true story of life, death, and rebirth; of gods, spirits, and mortals, and the connection between them at the edge of the Veil. Read more

This is Part 2 of a true story of life, death, and rebirth; of gods, spirits, and mortals, and the connection between them at the edge of the Veil. Read more

I sing the song of those who have passed beyond the Veil. These are our remembered dead, our beloved dead. When Witches call on the Old Ones of the Craft, let these folk be numbered among them. Read more

This is Part 1 of a true story of life, death, and rebirth; of gods and mortals and the connection between them at the edge of the Veil. Read more

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