Repose-A Ninth Sabbat

Repose is a sort of ninth sabbat, tucked in between Samhain and Yule. It’s the quiet moment between two much more hectic sabbats and an acknowledgement of the changing Earth. [Read more…]

(More) Pagan Things Made by Pagans For Pagans

The (not quite) perfect holiday gift guide featuring Pagan things made by Pagans for Pagans! Perfect for the coven, grove, or circle that enjoys playing Secret Krampus! [Read more…]

Paganism in the Disney Vaults

Animated versions of Persephone and Pan next to Mickey Mouse? Not quite, but the Walt Disney company did make some outstanding cartoons in the 1930’s that still appeal to Pagan audiences. [Read more…]

Remembering Carl Weschcke

Carl Weschcke was simply one of the most important people ever in the modern history of magick, Paganism, Witchcraft, and the occult. We were all touched and influenced by him, whether we know it or. [Read more…]

The Trouble With 101 Books

“What book would you recommend for a beginner?” It’s always such an innocent question, but the answer is usually less so. [Read more…]

All Things Samhain & Halloween (Histories, Rituals, and More!)

One stop shopping for all of your Samhain and Halloween needs. We’ve got rituals, perspectives, opinions, histories, and other assorted tricks and treats! [Read more…]

4 Halloween & Samhain Myths

Is the Day of the Dead another name for Halloween? Is Halloween truly a Pagan holiday? Should I be worried about my cat or my kid’s candy? Answers to some of Halloween’s biggest myths are revealed! [Read more…]

10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Modern Witchcraft

Modern Witchcraft is a vital and living tradition, but one shrouded in mystery and misconceptions. This is one Witch’s attempt to lift up the veil a little bit. [Read more…]

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Mabon Outrage (And Why We Love the Autumnal Equinox)

A lot of people don’t like the word Mabon to signify the Autumnal Equinox. I get it, I’m not a fan of it either, but it’s not that big of a deal. [Read more…]

A Witch’s Open House

My coven is generally “closed;” to ritualize with us one has to be a member of our family. However, we do have “open houses” a few times a year for varying reasons. [Read more…]