December 21, 2018

As a traveller and pagan, I get so excited to meet other folks who share the same passions as me….namely old ruins and pilgrimage sites! So when I first heard about Land Sea Sky Travel, a small pagan owned business that specializes in sacred tours, I knew I had to connect with them. While I haven’t yet met Vyviane, we have become friends over the past year chatting about our travels. I reached out to her with some questions about… Read more

December 11, 2018

In Sweden, the Julbok, is a goat that delivers presents alongside the Jultomte on Christmas night. As with most folklore, the origins of this tradition lie within pre-Christian Scandinavian spiritual practices. Read more

December 6, 2018

This week our featured independent artist and small business owner is Rachel from The Pickety Witch. She is an artist and designer extraordinaire who makes beautiful enamel pins. I met Rachel through a crazy happenstance about a year ago. We were actually classmates online at a college I attended and I recognized her artwork on Instagram a few months later. I reached out to say hi and we’ve stayed in touch! Read on for thoughts about art, design, and pin… Read more

November 29, 2018

I am counting down the weeks till Yule by featuring some of my favorite pagan women in small business. This time around I’m featuring another designer, Melaney-the one-woman show behind Wings of Sin. I first heard of Wings of Sin when I saw my friend Joie Grandbois wearing one of their pieces earlier in the year. I was blown away by how beautiful it was. I started following their Instagram a few days later and the rest is history….crows, runes,… Read more

November 20, 2018

Those that know me are well aware of my passion for beautiful, quality clothing. I love dressing up and putting outfits together is a big creative outlet for me. Today, I want to tell you about one of my favorite pagan friendly designers, Kerrie Kordowski of Opal Moon Designs. I first saw Opal Moon Designs at the Northern California Renaissance Fair a few years ago. I was struck by the deep colors, rich fabrics, and intricate designs. I later connected… Read more

October 15, 2018

In the residential recesses of Salem, New Hampshire lies a most unlikely monument- America’s very own Stonehenge. As you may have guessed, I’m a big fan of exploring contested ruins so this spot was right up my alley. Originally called Mystery Hill, America’s Stonehenge is an archaeological site spread out over 30 acres in Southern New Hampshire. Much controversy has been made about its origins. Some claim it is the ancient ruins of a long forgotten North American culture. Others… Read more

October 6, 2018

I was named after my maternal great-great-grandmother, Julia Penelope. She passed on over a hundred years ago but today she is speaking to me. And she is saying #metoo This is her story.   I lived with and cared for my grandmother for the last six months of her life. During this time she shared me with much about our family history and genealogy. My grandfather and she had spent their retirement doing research. Traveling all over New England and… Read more

August 29, 2018

I just got back from attending Templefest, the annual weekend event put on by the Temple of Witchcraft. It’s a four-day gathering that runs from Thursday evening till Sunday afternoon in an outdoor camp setting. It was my second year in attendance so I knew a bit of what to expect but as always, I left myself open to new experiences. It’s hard to capture a festival on paper so here are ten highlights in order of occurrence that best… Read more

July 30, 2018

Have you ever found yourself at an event or location and just wondered how the hell you got there? Well, that’s exactly what happened to me a month ago when I found myself talking to Maxine Sanders, AKA The Witch Queen. For those who aren’t aware, Maxine is the wife and partner of Alex Sanders, who passed away in 1988. Alex was the founder of one of the two major branches of British Traditional Wicca- the Alexandrian Tradition. Here’s how it… Read more

July 23, 2018

I recently read an article claiming that this month’s full lunar eclipse occurring on July 27 is being used as a signifier of end times by some evangelical ministers. It had me thinking about eclipses and why they’re so significant. Read more

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