When Was Modern Paganism Born?

When was Modern Paganism “born?” Hard to say exactly, but there are several options, ranging from fifty to about 200 years ago. [Read more…]

Five Ways Witchcraft Changed My Life

Of course Witchcraft has changed me, what’s the point of adopting a spiritual practice if it doesn’t change or fulfill you? But the Witchcraft has done more than change me, it has transformed me. [Read more…]

Summer Pagan Festivals 2017: A Guide

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, and what better way to celebrate than with a Pagan festival? [Read more…]

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The Jealous Witch

I’m jealous of people who are better at this Witch-stuff than I am.
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The Web That is Woven Between the Light and the Darkness

Dion Fortune, Pagan festivals, and the role of liminal spaces in Witchcraft and other magickal practices . . . . . [Read more…]

Just How “Silent” Should a Witch Be?

One of the central tenet’s in some Witchcraft traditions is “to keep silent,” but just how silent do we have to be? [Read more…]

Who Should Be In Our Circles? On Minors, Children, and People Who Don’t Want to Be in Ritual

When it comes to kids and ritual the most important thing is (probably): do they want to be there? [Read more…]

So You’re Going to an Indoor Festival (What to Bring & How to Survive)

What to bring, what to do, and most important how to avoid the con-crud. It’s an all in one survival and travel guide for those braving indoor spaces this Winter/Spring. [Read more…]

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…]