Patience & Trust Are Magickal

Many people ask me, ‘How long does it take for a spell to work?’ This is a tricky question but it’s also a very valid one. The length of time is going to vary from person to person and will depend on how you cast the spell, the clarity of your energy, your intent, and the amount of follow-through work you do. Read more

The Skyclad Tarot

The Skyclad Tarot deck is a color-saturated light-painted tarot deck that challenges the patriarchal assumptions of the historical tarot by including greater body diversity, greater ethnic diversity and a wider expression of the spectrum of human sexuality. Read more

Weiser Books: A Brief History

A brief history of Samuel Weiser, one of the premier Pagan and occult publishers in the world. Read more

The Loins, The Ribbons & The Gods: Why Sexuality in Beltane Matters.

Beltane is PRIMARILY about the power of sexual attraction and fulfillment. The horey goat bellows of Pan and the moans of Aphrodite in heated arousal are not just symbols. Read more

The Witching Herbs: The Secret Life of Perennials

Perennials are too involved with the underworld and with their connection to it to put much energy into the sexual world. What this means for a witch is that perennials ought to be first choice when working with the underworld. Read more

Patheos Pagan Update

I honestly believe that Patheos remains the best outlet for Pagan bloggers in the wider online world. It connects us to something outside of our own bubble and exposes our writers, and our world, to a greater audience than would see it otherwise. I’m proud that I write for Patheos Pagan and that my content is shared next to writers from a variety of different faiths. In this current political climate it’s something we need now more than ever. Read more

The Best of Patheos Pagan 2016

With over 1000 new articles this year alone choosing “the best” of Patheos Pagan in 2016 was close to impossible, but we gave it our best effort anyways! Read more

Mothers Night Ritual

On the eve of winter solstice Dec. 20th we take a moment to pay homage to our ancestral matrons, as well as the Goddess who is about to rebirth our sun. This night was considered to be the most holy night to traditional Anglo-Saxon Heathens. Read more

Triespero – The Greek Winter Solstice

In the Greek tradition, the sun has played an important role. It was personified firstly as the god Helios and latter was attributed to Apollo. The sun also played a large role in Greek philosophy, becoming connected with the Logos of Apollo. Read more

Children & Sweden’s Witch Trials

17th century Sweden, like many European countries, saw witch hunts and witch trials, and children often played a large role in the accusations of witchcraft. Read more

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