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You're Not Cursed
I talk to a lot of people who think they have been cursed. When someone has a string of bad luck - car issues, money problems, fighting with a lover, health scares, loss of pet - it is easy to blame... Read more
by Phoenix LeFae | The Witches Next Door
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The Use of White Ceremonial Sage: Controversies, Lies and Exploitation
White ceremonial sage is used by thousands to cleanse and protect. While the practice of smudging with a white sage bundle originated with specific indigenous nations, it's use has become... Read more
by Cyndi Brannen | Keeping Her Keys
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Oh White Dude Magic
In that moment, the issues of elitism among certain magicians/occultists, patriarchal tunnel-vision interpretations/opinions on history/art, and colonialism destroying native cultures - all... Read more
by Laura Tempest Zakroff | A Modern Traditional Witch
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The Magic of Language
Language is powerful and magical. We use words for spellwork, yet daily language is just as important. Read more
by Lisa Wagoner | Witch, Indeed
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Tarot and the Ways of the Witch
The lore of the connection between the Tarot and the Witch becomes more apparent in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Read more
by Raven Wood | Witch of The Wood with Raven Wood
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Thorn Mooney & A New Generation Of Traditional Wicca
Thorn Mooney is a priestess and coven leader in the Gardnerian tradition of Wicca, and she sees the preservation and advancement of the Craft as a personal calling. Read more
by Mat Auryn | For Puck’s Sake
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