Pagan Time Capsule: 2000′s

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It feels far too early to wax nostalgic about the “aughts” but Jason gives it a go anyways. The movies, books, and music that best represent the decade that was in the final installment of the “Pagan Time Capsule” series. [Read more...]

Pagan Time Capsule: 1990′s

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The 1990′s were a big decade for Paganism. There was “The Craft,” a whole lot of Pagan-sounding music, and some of the best and worst Pagan books ever published. It’s a trip into my favorite (and most formative) decade of Paganism! [Read more...]

Pagan Time Capsule: 1980′s

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The 1980′s might not have been the best decade for Modern Paganism, but it was still full of firsts and important milestones. From David Bowie to the Pretenders to Scott Cunningham to Z Budapest the 1980′s had a little something for nearly everyone. [Read more...]

Pagan Time Capsule: 1970′s

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Were the 1970′s the most important decade in the history of Modern Paganism? Maybe not, but a case can be made that it was the most influential. [Read more...]

Pagan Time Capsule: 1960′s

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Some of the books, music, movies, and more that helped define the Paganism of the 1960′s. It’s part two of the seven part Pagan Time Capsule series! [Read more...]

Pagan Time Capsule: 1950′s

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The 1950′s marked the beginnings of “Public Paganism” and for the first time in modern history individuals began self-identifying as Witches and Pagans. What were the most important books, music, and movies of the decade? Find out in this first edition of “Pagan Time Capsule.” [Read more...]

The Smaller Sabbats (Or Where did Lughnasadh Go?)

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Some sabbats just feel “smaller” than others. Looking around online this morning Lughnasadh felt that way to me. Why are some Pagan holidays more popular than others? [Read more...]

Lammas Ritual 2014

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A Witchy Lammas (Lughnassa) Ritual inspired by medieval harvest customs. Praise to the Goddess of the Field and the Lord of the Grain! [Read more...]

Maybe Wicca is Not a Nature Religion?

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For many people Wicca is a harmonious walk with Mother Earth and the Horned God, but for some Wicca remains a far more occult-type path. As a Pagan I’m a tree-hugging dirt worshipper and feel very connected to the Earth, as a Witch I’m often far more in tune with ritual, ceremony, and communing with specific gods. The things I do as a Witch might certainly be connected to “nature religion” but I think many of them come from very different origin points. [Read more...]

A Midsummer Ritual 2014

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It’s a Summer Solstice Ritual that honors the Sun and the Fey! On the longest day and shortest night we glimpse the seen and unseen who share this world with us and honor pagans past by kindling the Midsummer fire. Hail the Sun! Hail the Fairy Folk! Hail Midsummer! [Read more...]


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