Lilith The Dark Goddess Of Your Dreams

Lilith reminds us what is truly and primally feminine in all forms. These are the old places where darkness lets in light, and where coal turns to diamond, through constant and sustained pressure and power. [Read more...]

Magickal Uses Of Myrrh

The gift of these Magi to the newborn baby Jesus was said to have been Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. Oddly enough the last two may have been more expensive than gold at that time. The use and power of myrrh have a long history. [Read more...]

Chango Santeria Feast Day Prayers and Dances

December 4th is the traditional feast day for the Orisha Chango in the La Regla Lucumi, also known as Santeria tradition. [Read more...]

And Then This Happened … Voodoo And The Jews

Would anyone tolerate Voodoo practitioners approaching Rabbis or Sacred texts of Judaism in a temple this way ? I think it would be labeled a hate crime, but unfortunately we are not allowed the same liberties apparently. [Read more...]

Neo-Paganism’s Evil Goddess Ireada

Ireada is evil, ignorance and arrogance all wrapped up into one. She is narcissism and disrespect, and if you haven’t guessed already she isn’t a goddess at all. Ireada stands for I read a … book. [Read more...]

Surprisingly Pleasing Posts on Patheos Pagan

I’ve known some Pagans that possessed some of the most deep and divine connections to the universe that I have ever seen, and I’ve seen others trying to scry in the toilet bowl. [Read more...]

Pagan Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

Giving thanks for those we love, the food on our table, the roof over our heads, and the wonderful people who helped us get to where we are … should be performed everyday. Thanksgiving is a secular holiday, a cultural one really, where we celebrate difference and sharing. [Read more...]


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