A Somber Solstice

If you were to ask me what sabbat rituals should be about I would say that first and foremost they should be about what’s going on our lives, and that includes our internal existence, as well as what’s going on in our extended communities and our backyards. [Read more…]

Four Witchy and Magical Show Ideas For Television

The occult has been a trope in television for decades, but how about a show featuring real people from our magical and witchy past? We’ve got the stories that would make for some outstanding TV! [Read more…]

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…]

Coven Challenges

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

Patience: An Increasingly Lost Pagan Virtue

I think most people in greater Pagandom want beliefs and practices outside of their own to flourish, but it takes time to grow a garden. [Read more…]


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