October 21, 2020

Most often the practices of others are pretty familiar to me, and other times not. For a variety of reasons it often feels like my Samhain practices are untraditional, and that as a Witch, I'm emphasizing different things than many of my peers. Read more

October 20, 2020

There is nothing commendable about Trump, and he has nothing to offer the Pagan Community. His administration has actively worked against our values, which is why voting Trump out of office is a part of my Paganism. Read more

October 7, 2020

Do the gods reach out to us, or are we required to reach out to them? The moments, practices, and doubts while building a relationship with deity. Read more

August 31, 2020

There are probably hundreds of different Wiccan (or Wiccan-style) traditions in the world today. However most of these can be broken down into a few categories because they share many similarities with each other. What follows is my breakdown of the many paths found within Modern Wiccan-Witchcraft. Read more

August 25, 2020

My practice has not been lost, but it is struggling. Read more

July 30, 2020

Lughnsadh isn't an ugly duckling sabbat simply because we are disconnected from agricultural cycles. Beyond that usual explanation here are some reasons why Lughnasadh isn’t as popular as some of the other sabbats. Read more

July 23, 2020

No matter the time or place, there will always be some young and/or new Witches who do some dumb stuff. Maybe someone conjures up Manon or decides it will be fun to insult the Morrigan. Such decisions are not an indictment of Pagan/Witch resources or a sign that the next generation will ruin the Craft. Read more

July 15, 2020

There are many types of Know-Nothing-Witchery. There are those who truly know very little, and then those who know just enough to realize they'll never have all the answers. Read more

July 7, 2020

Scott Cunningham's "Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner" is now over thirty years old, and parts of it have aged poorly. It's certainly not a bad book, but it's very much a product of its time. Wicca, Witchcraft, and Paganism are constantly evolving so this shouldn't be much of a surprise. Most Witchcraft books don't age we why would Cunningham's "Wicca" be any different? Read more

June 24, 2020

The boundaries between our world and that of literature and film is not as absolute as some make it out to be. Something becomes a part of Witchcraft or our magickal worldview when we decide as individuals that it has, which means all sorts of things are on the table. Read more

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