I watch football, not just the NFL (National Football League) but college football too, and also lots of other sports. In the Pagan world that makes me a strange individual, but it’s also how I stay grounded and connected to the mundane world. Read more

Witches and Druids share a very real and special bond, probably because much of what we both do comes from the same place. Read more

Just like it’s not my place to tell someone “you aren’t a Witch” it’s not my place to decide who is a Witch either. Read more

Let’s never forget the importance of doing the Paganism. Paganism is not something experienced from an office chair or a smart phone. Paganism happens when we open ourselves up to powers and energies greater than our own. Read more

I find joy from my Witchcraft in my home, my backyard, the vistas just outside my front door, and in my gods. The best part is that they are all things I can, and generally do, experience everyday. Read more

That there’s racism in this country is nothing new, but what’s new is how emboldened people are right now about expressing it. Read more

There’s nothing wrong with a little escapism. We live in difficult time, and sometimes you just need to turn off the outside world for awhile. Here are my ten of my favorite characters from the realm of fantasy fiction (and TV). Read more

It’s not real Witchcraft, but the visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a magickal blast just the same. Read more

Corn dollies, the first fruits of the harvest, the god Lugh, and John Barleycorn are just some ways of the way to celebrate Lughnassa. Late July/early August is literally a time ripe for celebration! Read more

The American South has contributed enormously to Modern Paganism, and continues to do so. Read more

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