Witches and Fall Television 2013

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It looks like “witches” are going to be all over network and cable television this Fall. Should we be excited or worried? [Read more...]

Wicca 202: A Next Level Book List

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You’ve been reading about (and practicing) Wicca for years now, but every book you read seems to contain the same old information. Where do you go for deeper insights? We’ve got you covered with a “Wicca 202″ list, full of advanced reading for both the student and the well travelled practitioner. [Read more...]

The Myth of Atlantis

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Atlantis has captivated many since Plato first wrote about it nearly 2400 years ago. Over the ensuing centuries it became a vital part of many occult philosophies and figured into the personal cosmologies of famous magicians such as Dion Fortune. Join us for a peek into the world and myth of ancient Atlantis. [Read more...]

More Rites of Passage Please!

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Life is more than just a yearly notch on the wall, our changes and experiences should be celebrated and put into context, both within our social groups and faith traditions. Rites of passage provide context and help us to understand the journey. [Read more...]

Let the Games Begin!

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It’s fall, the favorite season of many a Pagan. The Autumn brings with it Samhain, pumpkins, frosty nights, and apple cider, but for some of us that’s just the icing on top of the cake, what fall really is about is the start of football season (insert Pagan groan here). [Read more...]

What if We Really Had Religious Choice?

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Do we really have religious choice in America, or is the playing field stacked against alternative spiritualities? We can certainly belong to any religious tradition we choose, but just how hard is it to find religious ideas outside of the mainstream? [Read more...]

I Read I Write: Academic Edition

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Many Pagans are avid readers, and I’m one of them. Thankfully, we are living in a new “golden age” of academic research when it comes to the history of not just Modern Paganism, but also magick, and the occult. [Read more...]

Hand to Hand, Face to Face

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I’m well aware that not every difference we have in Pagandom can be solved with a bottle of mead and a box of Cheez-Its, but something powerful happens when we break bread together hand to hand and face to face. For a spirituality built upon doing we sometimes forget to do with others. [Read more...]

Rustic Paganism

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Many seasonal customs we associate with Modern Paganism come from sources outside of pagan antiquity, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t pagan. The things that bring us closer to the Earth and the seasons are examples of rustic paganism, no matter their origins. [Read more...]

The Charge of the God

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Revealed now are the words of the Great God, or at least how one person sees him. I’ve been reciting this version of The Charge of the God for the last fourteen years, I thought it was about time I share it on Raise the Horns. [Read more...]


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