Imbolc Ritual 2014

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Like the rain, the Lady cleanses and renews us. Like the earth, the Lord purifies and prepares us for the Springtime yet to come. Gather the coven and celebrate, Imbolc is nearly upon us! [Read more...]

Encountering Brighid

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Brighid is one of the most well known and adored goddesses in all of Modern Paganism. She was worshipped by the Celts in Ancient Ireland, and later transformed into a Christian Saint. Hail Brighid, unconquerable goddess! [Read more...]

10 Responsibilities of a Host

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For those who host, or are thinking about hosting an event, ten essential tips that will have people wanting to come back to your house. [Read more...]

Fantasy, Paganism, and Real Life

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Critics of Modern Paganism often accuse Pagans of living in a fantasy world or “playing Harry Potter.” For me, Paganism does just the opposite; it brings me closer to reality and the world we live in. [Read more...]

The Non-Adept’s Guide to Aleister Crowley

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Aleister Crowley continues to cast a large shadow over both ritual magick and Modern Paganism. Where does the non-adept start when trying to figure out Crowley’s legacy and influence? [Read more...]

The Journey

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Paganism has always been a journey, not a destination. No matter how long we travel upon our chosen paths, there is always more to learn and experience. [Read more...]

Beyond Santa Claus: The Other Gift Givers

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The image of Santa Claus dominates the Holiday Season, but he’s just one of the many magical gift-givers who visit children the world over this time of year. From the more well known Krampus to the mostly unknown Yule Goat, the world beyond Santa Claus is an interesting and fascinating place. [Read more...]

Good Tidings & Great Joy: Raise the Horns Reviews Sarah Palin’s New Book

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Can a Pagan find middle ground with Sarah Palin and her new book “Good Tidings Great Joy?” The answer is mostly “no,” but we gave it our best shot. [Read more...]

The Year in Paganism: 2013

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There were victories, arguments, festivals, and everything in between in 2013. Catch up on the biggest news stories of the year, along with some of the best and worst moments in the Pagan Blogosphere. It’s the Raise the Horns year in review! [Read more...]

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...]


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