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Witchcraft for Well-Adjusted People

I often hear sentiments that I can’t relate to, that you should be casting spells or holding rituals for:

“Positive change” – Why change? I like who I am now. 344 more words


Love our Home

I have been mulling over this post for a while and wondered if I should truly go for it. I suppose, like my post on naked spirituality, I should just bare myself in perpetuity on the internet. 600 more words

New Age Crap

I listened to some sort of ‘positive messages’ meditation track the other day, but after several minutes I was so uncomfortable that I had to turn it off. 383 more words


Review: The Spiral Dance

The book The Spiral Dance is considered a classic in modern witchcraft literature. The author Starhawk put this book out at a time when there was little to no information published publicly on Witchcraft and people were starving for information. 1,248 more words


Why I Am a Pagan

Believe it or not, ten years ago, I was a licensed charismatic Christian minister. I have a tattoo of a nail on my right forearm to prove it. 867 more words


Awakening Clay: A Test

The work on the essay/article continues, with feedback now being provided by the editor. The initial reaction was quite positive, and based on feedback by others, I am confident  that the article after some edits will be accepted. 695 more words


An announcement

Hey y’all,

I am very pleased and proud to announce that I am now a contributor to the blog Staff of Asclepius at Patheos.  As many of my readers know, I am disabled with several chronic conditions (psychiatric and physical), and the issues of being a disabled pagan – how my faith helps me, how my disabilities impact my practise, keeping going with my practise with the challenges I face, taking time for self-care as necessary, the support of the Powers, and problematic things I see in the pagan community re: attitudes towards the disabled and accessibility at events – are something I’m rather passionate about, the personal being political, and I feel the perspective of disabled pagans is under-represented within the pagan blogosphere.   91 more words