Witchcraft in Media, Activism, and the Internet

Witchcraft in Media, Activism, and the Internet June 12, 2019

Witches in Media, Activism, and Social Media
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Is the portrayal of witchcraft in media helpful or harmful to witches? Is witchcraft political, and if so does one need to be an activist as a witch? Is social media and the internet changing witchcraft? I was recently invited on Crossroads & Cauldrons podcast with Luna, Sellena, and Aoife. I had a fun time chatting with these three witches from the deep south and we discussed a myriad of topics including these questions.

We also discuss the history of this blog, including the title “For Puck’s Sake,” my history with witchcraft and how I found this path as well as topics touched upon in my upcoming book Psychic Witch, such as the importance of psychic ability within witchcraft and how it can deeply enhance your magick. You can listen to the podcast below, and make sure to follow this great podcast on facebook.

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About Mat Auryn
Mat Auryn is a witch, professional psychic, and occult teacher throughout the New England. He is the author of 'Psychic Witch: A Metaphysical Guide To Meditation, Magick, and Manifestation'. He is a High Priest in the Sacred Fires Tradition of Witchcraft. As a psychic witch, Mat has had the honor and privilege of studying under some of the most prominent witchcraft teachers, elders, and witchcraft traditions. He runs the blog For Puck’s Sake on Patheos Pagan, is a content creator for Modern Witch, has a column in Witches & Pagans Magazine entitled 'Extra-Sensory Witchcraft', and a column in Horns Magazine entitled 'Queer As Folklore'. He has been featured in various magazines, radio shows, podcasts, books, anthologies, and other periodicals. You can read more about the author here.
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