August 24, 2019

Ritual is a transformative and connecting technology. Modern psychology can make it better. Don’t just rely on what books tell you is the best way. Try some new things out and see what happens. Read more

August 20, 2019

Standing strong in the face of the patriarchy is one of the best gifts we can give our children as magical folk. You can steal the magic of The Man just like we did. Read more

July 23, 2019

Ever wonder how to make salves for herbal healing? Here’s my personal process for down and dirty, grow it yourself herbalism. Read more

July 16, 2019

Activism isn’t always marching in protest, or calling your representative. Sometimes it’s growing herbal medicines for your local community and getting your witch on. Read more

June 26, 2019

Sometimes we need to take solace in the forms we used to know, but have left behind. The Lord’s Prayer is a classic piece of Christian liturgy that has inspired this new earth centered prayer. Read more

June 18, 2019

The Vanic Uprising is not the sort of rebellion that gets news coverage, but the Spirits have told many of us it is some of the most important work we can do. Here is my report from the front lines. Read more

June 11, 2019

Pride month means Pride Graphics! Feel free to snag some of these graphics to make your social media a little more Prideful this month. Read more

May 23, 2019

The oak trees have spoken, I watch them to know when to plant corn, tomatoes and beans.  When the oak leaves are the size of mouse ears the oaks tell us our frost free date.  It’s rained here, the moist mother earth is ready to nourish. Some years ago, I wrote this seed blessing to be used as part of a fundraiser for a local pagan temple.  I feel the call of the frost free planting date here in my… Read more

May 14, 2019

Modern particle physics can give our meditation practices an update. Find out what E8 is, and how it relates to multidimensional reality, and how we can apply this to our magical practices. Read more

May 6, 2019

In Norse mythology Gerda is the wife of Freyr, the god of fertility and agriculture. Learn about where Gerda is found in the myths and lore, and how the etymology of her name leads me to call her The Lady of the Walled Garden. Read more




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