A Pagan Memorial Day

A history of Memorial Day and a small ritual in honor of the holiday and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. [Read more…]

Handfastings & Weddings: A Guide

Planning a wedding or a handfasting? A few rites and tips to make your ceremony and day even more special. [Read more…]

Summer Pagan Festivals 2015: A Guide

Looking for something to do this summer? Here are almost literally dozens of festivals to choose from. Also, theme songs for every festival! [Read more…]

They’re Remaking “The Craft” Don’t Get Upset

So they might remake the move “The Craft.” Maybe the news isn’t as bad as some people think. [Read more…]

Little White Lies: Christian Books on Modern Witchcraft

People have written some rather absurd things about Modern Witchcraft over the past thirty years. Sadly most of those writers know better, which makes them either delusional or liars. [Read more…]

“The Craft” Didn’t Change Everything

“The Craft” is sometimes credited with spearheading the Witchcraft Revival of the 1990’s, but instead of being trendsetting, it was simply a Hollywood-reaction to an already ongoing pop-culture phenomenon. [Read more…]

Brigid: Warrior Saint and Historic Rebel

St. Brigid is both historical figure and character of folklore and shared more than a name with her Pagan Goddess counterpart. It is through St. Brigid that the clearest glimpse into Brigid the Goddess can be found. [Read more…]

Missing Beltane

Reflections on spending Beltane away from home, and why that’s harder to do with Beltane than some of the other sabbats. [Read more…]

Beltane Past: Fire and Folklore

We know very little about the ancient celebration of Beltane. It most certainly existed, but it was probably very different from how most of us celebrate it today. [Read more…]

Beltane Ritual 2015

Before maypoles and Morris dancers Beltane was essentially a fire festival. The central working in this ritual comes directly from an old Scottish “Bel-tein” rite. [Read more…]


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