5 Non-Witchcraft Books for Witches

Pagan and Witch books are great, but sometimes, getting outside that bubble can be really inspirational. [Read more…]

Ozark Witchcraft, Superstition, and Folklore

The folklore and superstitions of the Ozarks are full of genuine magical practice, along with many tales of witches. [Read more…]

Bad Day? Be a Pagan!

It’s easy to forget about the little things that make life better. For me, many of those little things are Pagan related, and doing them doesn’t fix everything, but they do make everything feel a whole lot better. [Read more…]

Building a Pagan Library (And I’m Giving Some of it Away)

Jason Jason, quite contrary, how does your library grow? With history books and Witchy spells, and Wiccan books all in a row.
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Paganism in the Age of Trump

When there’s a barrier in the way of a Witch, a good Witch knocks it down. Let’s be good to one another and knock some walls down.
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Witchcraft Before Wicca: Three Important Magickal Books

There have been many influential books when it comes to magick and Witchcraft over the centuries. These are three of my favorites, and among the most influential. [Read more…]

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Show Your Work: Silence & Skepticism in Modern Witchcraft

Magickal ideas are remarkably resilient, and while they may not be Witchcraft, they most certainly have value. Let’s just not turn them into something they aren’t.
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The 2016 Hornie Awards

Celebrating the best (and sometimes worst) in Paganism from 2016 with the least coveted awards ever! [Read more…]

A Traditional Christmas: Drunken, Subversive, and Pagan

This Holiday Season, when you hear people lament the lack of a traditional Christmas, ask them for some ale or cider while pondering who will play the Lord of Misrule. Because fornication, heavy drinking, and subverting the social order are what a traditional Christmas is all about. [Read more…]

Oh Lighten Up Christians, Christmas Is Kinda Sort of Pagan

Christmas is more than just the sum of its parts. Christmas is a great holiday today because it retains bits of ancient paganism and evolved into something more than just a birthday party for Jesus. [Read more…]