December 15, 2020

An enthusiasm for learning drove me in the beginning. However, it's the connection to my covenmates, and not the degree or any knowledge, that drives me now. Read more

December 8, 2020

The desire "to know" can be so strong that we're willing to do anything to make us look knowledgeable of our Crafts, even plagiarize other pagans. Read more

December 1, 2020

Information privilege is evident in paganism, with our culture's emphasis on owning and reading tons of information related to our practices. We're privileged to have the money to purchase our knowledge, or otherwise have easy access to it. If we're not buying the books we want then we're getting them through our friends, local libraries, or online. Read more

November 24, 2020

"What would you say if someone told you that Gardnerian Craft is, in part, based on almost outdated and debunked academic books on witchcraft?" Read more

November 17, 2020

Bias in the pagan community is real and problematic. Certain authors are held in higher esteem, including specific publishers, social media influencers, and websites. Read more

November 12, 2020

Reading and consuming too much information without putting it to physical practice has led to what some of us affectionately call “armchair paganism.” It’s a bubble of laziness and comfort that we’ve put around ourselves to cope with information overload. Read more

November 9, 2020

Do you know what’s missing in most people’s experiences as beginners in occult practices and traditions? Learning how to sift out the golden nuggets of information from the crap nuggets. Read more


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