Review : The Wild Unknown Tarot

Many people come to modern Paganism because of their love and reverence of the natural world. The Wild Unknown Tarot recognizes this fact and celebrates it beautifully. [Read more…]

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Tramps and Thieves in the Pagan Community

Just because we authors, filmmakers, and other content producers may not be as vocal, it doesn’t mean we aren’t being taken advantage of. [Read more…]

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Prayer: Standing with Standing Rock #NoDAPL

The horrors occurring at Standing Rock have left me shocked, saddened, praying for my brothers and sisters, and most of all angry. The issue is this- the Dakota Access pipeline is proposed to carry 450,000 barrels of fracked crude oil per day, from the Bakken fields of North Dakota, 1,172 miles to Patoka, Illinois. Though [Read More…]

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Video: Love Magic Unleashed

One of the most entertaining parts of producing this Love Magic book was creating the book trailer video. I think I may have done my job too well as some of the early comments on the short said the banana was too offensive, and I should remove the offending pomegranate. [Read more…]

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Simple Samhain Crafts For All Ages

I almost titled this post Simple Samhain Crafts for humans of all ages and dogs… no just kidding. You can however, see from the pictures that everyone got in on the fun. [Read more…]

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5 Useful Things For Starting A Pagan Blog

One blogger I know doesn’t even read the comments, but I think it’s important to take a look at what people say, even if it’s only evil and narrow-minded. Otherwise how are we going to help people learn the real truth about Paganism in all it’s ancient and glorious forms. [Read more…]

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Blogiversary Top Tens Videos, Posts That Won’t Live, Etc. Part 2

I’d love to write about the well known Mambo (Vodou priestess) who abandoned her students at the airport with a bunch of human bones. [Read more…]

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