Building an Altar and Finding Ritual Tools

For someone just starting in the Craft I think a slow approach to altar building is the way to go. [Read more…]

Armchair Paganism

Pagan faiths are generally about what we do, and not what we think. Paganism without practice is “Armchair Paganism” and I don’t think that’s really the point of it all. [Read more…]

A Witch’s Guide to Dion Fortune

Dion Fortune wasn’t a Witch or a Wiccan, and she probably didn’t identify as a Pagan either, but she’s still one of the most important and influential figures in the birth of Modern Witchcraft. [Read more…]

Coven Challenges

A great coven is a life-changing experience, but it comes with its own set of challenges. [Read more…]

The Witch’s Toolbox: Altars

We don’t often give a lot of thought to our altars, we are far more likely to think of the tools we place on them, but a good altar is also a place of power. [Read more…]

Summer Pagan Festivals 2016: A Guide

Looking for something to do this summer? Here are almost literally dozens of festivals to choose from. Also, a classic TV Sitcom for every festival! [Read more…]

10 Pagan Things To Do (Instead of Argue)

Spring is not really the season for apple pie, but it is great time of year to be a Pagan. Here are ten things to do in April instead of arguing. Get Out of the House and Get Outside Want to feel like a Pagan? Go outside and hug a tree or smell a flower, [Read More…]

The First Witch Wars & Why It’s Different Today

Yes, there have always been Witch Wars, but they’ve never played out so publicly before. [Read more…]

When Did Witchcraft Become a Contest?

When did Witchcraft become a pissing contest? Seriously, love what you do and be proud of it, but there’s no reason to knock anyone else’s path while doing so. [Read more…]

The Magicians Is the Show We Should Be Watching

“The Magicians” is currently the best show airing on television about both magick and the ancient gods of paganisms past. [Read more…]