Proselytizing is For Weak Gods

A god that needs people to facilitate an introduction has no agency, and I’d take it a step further, those gods are impotent. Whatever power those gods had is waning, never existed, or is being directed in precisely the wrong directions. [Read more…]

Pagan Pilgrimage: San Francisco Bay Area

California’s Bay Area is one of the most magickal and Witchy spots on Earth! Here are some things to do if and when you get to visit. [Read more…]

Faith, Intolerance, and Religious Veracity

Our faiths are about what we believe, they aren’t about how our neighbor interprets what we hold dear. The world would be a in lot better shape today if we stopped caring so much about what everyone else thinks about our religions and instead focused on our own practices. [Read more…]

False Outrage: Witches in Government, Ouija Boards, and Millennials

There’s plenty wrong with this world, let’s channel our energy into being outraged at the things that actually matter.
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The Autumn Equinox Blues

There are lots of things to celebrate in September, but I’m just not feeling it this year. [Read more…]

Mirth & Reverence: You Can Laugh During Ritual

Laughter isn’t always appropriate in circle, but sometimes it’s simply necessary. [Read more…]

History on the Margins: Remembering Gavin Frost

Winston Churchill’s quote “history is written by the victors” is especially apt when it comes to the legacy of Gavin Frost. [Read more…]

An American in Britain: Doreen Valiente Pilgrimage

An exhibition in Doreen Valiente’s Brighton England featuring some of her ritual tools and a copy of Gerald Gardner’s Book of Shadows !?!?! Yes please! We had to go. [Read more…]

Public Ritual Is Hard (And Sometimes We Fail At It & That’s OK)

ow do we fix “bad Pagan rituals?” I don’t have all the answers, but I do know that we will never do it by discouraging people from trying in the first place. [Read more…]

An American in Britain: The Waters of Life

Whiksy roughly translates to “waters of life” so in a way our whisky trip was very spiritual. Scotch is something we both love and respect, and our admiration for it has only grown due to our recent trip. [Read more…]