12 Reasons You Can Call “God” Mother

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Calling “God” Mother is perfectly acceptable, and it’s not just for Pagans! [Read more...]

Unbroken Traditions, Or, How the Death of Traditional Wicca Is A Myth

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Is Traditional Wicca dying? That most certainly depends on who you ask. [Read more...]

My New Favorite Demon: The Charlie Challenge

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Do demons speak through pencils? I’m guessing not, but “The Charlie Challenge” is as American as Apple Pie. [Read more...]

The Journey Into Spirit

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Do we do enough as Pagans to prepare for the inevitably of death? [Read more...]

A Pagan Memorial Day

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A history of Memorial Day and a small ritual in honor of the holiday and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. [Read more...]

Handfastings & Weddings: A Guide

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Planning a wedding or a handfasting? A few rites and tips to make your ceremony and day even more special. [Read more...]

Summer Pagan Festivals 2015: A Guide

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Looking for something to do this summer? Here are almost literally dozens of festivals to choose from. Also, theme songs for every festival! [Read more...]

They’re Remaking “The Craft” Don’t Get Upset

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So they might remake the move “The Craft.” Maybe the news isn’t as bad as some people think. [Read more...]

Little White Lies: Christian Books on Modern Witchcraft

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People have written some rather absurd things about Modern Witchcraft over the past thirty years. Sadly most of those writers know better, which makes them either delusional or liars. [Read more...]

“The Craft” Didn’t Change Everything

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“The Craft” is sometimes credited with spearheading the Witchcraft Revival of the 1990′s, but instead of being trendsetting, it was simply a Hollywood-reaction to an already ongoing pop-culture phenomenon. [Read more...]


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