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…]

An American in Britain: Tintagel & The Witchcraft Museum

Some adventures at Tintagel Castle and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Cornwall. [Read more…]

I’m Going to Teach a Wicca Class (And This Sort of Bothers Me)

The owners of my localish Witch-shop asked me the other day if I would teach a Wicca class. If are familiar with this blog then you know that I have serious reservations about teaching the Craft in public, especially if money is involved. There are a lot of people in my area who charge for [Read More…]

An American in Britain: To (And in Need of a) Bath

Thoughts on the Roman Baths in the English village of Bath. Plus Roman gods and the joys of long airplane flights! [Read more…]

Wonder Woman: Resurgence of Feminine Power or Patriarchal Lap Kitten?

Wonder Woman might be “the best” Pagan superhero. [Read more…]

What is the Pagan Community?

I was asked the other day about what exactly I (and many other Americans) mean when we talk about the Pagan Community. It’s a good question, and one that has a lot of layers . [Read more…]

Paganism Has Some Dead Ends

There are dead ends in the Pagan Community, and I count racist and transphobic groups among those dead ends. [Read more…]