The Mystery School of Motherhood and The Principle of Correspondence

By Dava Greely “Just as knowledge of the principles of geometry enables a man to measure distant suns and other movements while seated in his observatory, so a knowledge of The Principle of Correspondence enables Man to reason intelligently from the known to the unknown. Studying the monad, he understands the archangel.” – The Kybalion ***WARNING: [Read More…]

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Sensitivity and Awareness; Respecting What You Don’t Know

Respecting the culture of others does not mean that we have to agree, understand, or even integrate another understanding into our own. What cultural awareness is not, is proving that someone else’s cultural or personal understanding of the world is wrong. [Read more…]

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200 Words: Reflections From A Multicultural Wiccan Priestess

I am an eclectic Wiccan priestess, a child of the sea and moon. My spirit moves with the tides of the ocean and my energy expands with the swell of the full moon. The warriorress lives inside of me, forever in a dance with the hunter who provides. I am the nurturer and the one who needs nurturing; I am of all and the all is within me. [Read more…]

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200 Words: Patheos Blogger Challenge by Porsha Williams

Creation IS religion; creation IS chaos. Creation is magick, creation is exaltation AND abomination. Even though I’m making up phrases & quotes as I go; you cannot have pleasure w/out pain. You cannot have light without the dark. [Read more…]

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Cultivating Paganism: The Beauty of Horticulture in Our Bubble

As farmers to our Pagan culture, we should remember the work and the wisdom put into the process of cultivation. We cannot plant in other people’s soils until we can grow in our own. When we apply Critical Race Theory to this process, it replaces a deficit model of thinking with one that is positive and full of life. [Read more…]

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Stepping Out of the Broom Closet and Gliding Across Boundaries

Dava Greely writes: I love being pagan. Witchcraft has opened up a whole new world for me. But… I realize that I’ve still only really got, like, a pinky toe out of the broom closet. [Read more…]

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Sensationalizing Pagan Leaders: The Damaging Social Structure Behind BNP Status

The use of of the label “Big Name Pagan” is not helpful to the greater needs within the Pagan community. In my opinion, the need that serves the whole of the community is an ability to be one with each other in worship, celebration and in growth. [Read more…]

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Two Years and Counting

I realized this weekend that last week made two years since the first Daughters of Eve post went up on this site. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of this community here and to continue to contribute to a larger version of the Pagan Community. [Read more…]

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Make Magic of your Life: A Review

In her recent book, Making Magic of Your Life, T. Thorn Coyle addresses some of the most important issues that people grapple with: issues around knowing the self, our will, desire, taking risks, manifestation, engagement and the role of silence in one’s life. [Read more…]

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Being an Ally versus Being a Nice Person

I, personally, think of allies as people who do the work to examine and question their own privilege. Being an ally means willing to be uncomfortable, being willing to be wrong (and, unfortunately, doing that frequently) and trying again, over and over. In contrast, being a nice person means being someone who doesn’t want to make others feel badly. [Read more…]

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