September 27, 2019

Fifty (more) questions to test your Pagan and Witchcraft knowledge. Read more

September 25, 2019

Soul Mates? It just sounds like a tub of unserious New Age goo, or the plot of a Lifetime movie. But there are times when I can’t help but wonder if such a thing exists. Read more

September 18, 2019

What’s the most popular sabbat? We go inside the numbers to try and find out! Read more

September 16, 2019

For whatever reason “Mabon” just doesn’t seem to capture the greater Pagan imagination the way Samhain does. It’s not completely forgotten, but it doesn’t get the attention it deserves, and that’s a shame because I think the Autumn Equinox has the potential to be one of your favorite sabbats. Read more

September 10, 2019

Irish potato goddesses, Druids eating pumpkin, Yule grapes, Lammas haggis, and Cerridwen as a groundhog, it’s the BroWitch Wheel of the Year! It’s a snarky, silly, look at the Wheel of the Year that sounds so serious your friends just might believe it’s all true! Read more

September 6, 2019

Sharon Knight is more than a musician, writer, Witch, ritualist, and organizer, she’s a force of nature. Whether it’s playing live with her partner Winter or running her own festival, Sharon brings a touch of magick to everything she does. Read more

September 5, 2019

Despite originally being an initiatory tradition, Modern Witchcraft has sky-rocketed in popularity in large part due to books. Before encountering another Witch, most of us read a book or two, or several dozen. The following books on this list are (in my opinion) the most influential Witch books ever. Read more

August 29, 2019

Does Paganism shape you into a more honest, moral, more productive, better socialized person? Absolutely. Read more

August 20, 2019

So you want to be a Pagan blogger? It’s not for everyone, but if you are going to do it there are some things you should know. I’ve been doing it here on Patheos Pagan since 2012, and I’ve learned a few things over those years. Read more

August 14, 2019

In the end Witchcraft, Wicca, and Paganism overlap (or don’t) where we as individuals need them to. For some of us they might be concentric circles, for others city-states all walled off from each other each other. As for me, I’m not a big believer in walls, and I celebrate my Paganism when I’m in the great outdoors, practice my Witchcraft when I need a little spellwork done, and gather in my Wiccan circle when the coven meets. Read more

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