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Developing Power in Paganism and Witchcraft
Power is necessary, and power is corrupting. Power can be used to build a better world, and it can be used to oppress the weak. Seeking power for the sake of power rarely ends well, but a quest to... Read more
by John Beckett | John Beckett
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Embracing Christian Spirits As A Witch
Why would I embrace deities and spirits foreign to me and reject those that my own ancestors worked with or worshipped? Why must I view things from the point of view of Christianity where it's an... Read more
by Mat Auryn | For Puck’s Sake
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Hex Appeal: The Power of Cursing
Cursing and hexing have been stigmatized by some practitioners who see them as violations of the "harm none" approach to witchcraft. People do us all sorts of harm. There's no reason to be a martyr.... Read more
by Cyndi Brannen | Keeping Her Keys
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The Paradox of Personal Sovereignty in Modern Witchcraft
A few years ago, our Great Work of Magick was to "don the crown of personal sovereignty." Sounds romantic, right? In typical witching fashion, the results of that work did not unfold as expected.... Read more
by Heron Michelle | Witch on Fire
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Building a Home Shrine
Setting up an altar or shine is often the first step in building a personal practice. As a priestess of many years working to break out of stagnation, setting things aside and starting fresh proved... Read more
by Thorn Mooney | Oathbound
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The Care & Keeping Of Your Coven
Tips and tricks to keep a coven functioning well. Read more
by Jason Mankey | Raise the Horns
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