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…]

Who’s Your Daddy? (Or You Like St. Expedite, I love Zuni)

Whether servitor, guide, spirit or friend, it is said that the spirits pick us, not the other way around. [Read more…]

Do Your Bad Pagan Ritual

There is good, even great, Pagan ritual,and there is bad Pagan ritual. But even a bad ritual is better than no ritual at all. [Read more…]

An American in Britain: Glastonbury

Sacred springs, Witchy shopping, new friends, and the top of Glastonbury Tor. [Read more…]