Pagan Folkways: Dar Williams

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Probably best known for the song “The Christians and the Pagans,” Dar Williams is a favorite of many Modern Pagans. If you aren’t familiar with Ms. Williams, it’s probably time to get acquainted. [Read more...]

Water Under the Pagan Bridge

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This week someone leaving Paganism made the New York Times. Is that an important development or a bump in the road? Will we be talking about this moment four years or even four weeks from now? Maybe by then it will simply be water under the Pagan bridge. [Read more...]

Pagan Gratitude and My Thanksgiving Table

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Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, Paganism is the foundation of my life. They both deserve a place on my holiday table this Turkey Day. [Read more...]

Paying for Pagani$m

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Should people profit from teaching Paganism? Is there a difference between teaching a particular path and teaching broader Pagan concepts? Paganism and money have always made for strange and mostly distant bedfellows, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. [Read more...]

Finding the Mystery

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The word “mystery” has been associated with Modern Paganism from the very beginning. Wicca began as a “mystery tradition” but there’s more to mystery than initiations. “Mystery” is the life breath of Modern Pagan ritual, it’s what transforms us and brings us closer to our gods, our world, and those we love. [Read more...]

Samhain Season’s End

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Samhain is more than simply a “day.” In my life it’s always been a season, a time of year stretching from early autumn into the first week to ten days of November. Here’s how I spent much of that season. [Read more...]

When Someone Leaves Paganism

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When someone I respect leaves the Pagan fold I often feel a little bit betrayed, an emotion I know is completely irrational. When people choose to walk a different road the best thing we can do is be supportive. [Read more...]

Happy Pagan New Year?

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For many Pagans Samhain is the Pagan New Year, but not all Pagans feel that way. Jason at Raise the Horns celebrates a variety of “new years” and explains why Samhain has never felt like the start of something new to him. [Read more...]

American Horror Story: Fearful Pranks Ensue

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It’s Halloween for America’s most notorious witches, what treats or tricks did American Horror Story serve up this time around? Zombies, vengeance, and an overly eccentric Witch Council, it’s like all the Samhains you celebrate in your neighborhood, right? [Read more...]

20 Questions With Lon Milo DuQuette

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Most people slow down at age 65, not Lon Milo DuQuette. In addition to being one of the world’s most well known ceremonial magicians he’s also a best-selling author and a singer-songwriter. DuQuette was gracious enough to find some time in his busy schedule to talk with us about music, books, Crowley, and Sammy Davis Jr. [Read more...]


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