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Banishing and the New Moon

The time of the new moon for me has always been a time when I set my focus on removing things from my life that are no longer needed or serve for my highest good. 323 more words


November Full Moon, the Maiden and the Owl

Last night’s full moon ritual for me offered some interesting insights into my life and what I should try to focus better on. I had long forgotten the feeling that I had when I connected with the Maiden goddess, yet last night she made it very well known that I had been neglecting her energies. 538 more words


The Devil’s Night: On the Rebellious History of Halloween

With today being Samhain (Halloween), we thought we would share this now classic essay/zine on the radical history of this holiday and tradition.  We have reposted the version found at…

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Books: Bolster or Burden?

One of the big conversations that has come up amongst myself and my fellow magick oriented friends lately has been books, especially books oriented towards people who are relatively new to magick, Wicca, Druidry, or whatever other paths are out there, and there are a LOT of opinions on books. 700 more words

Beginner Witches

Christianity: Beginning

Christianity Begins About 2000 years ago in Judea, present day Israel with Jesus Christ and his Disciples. Rome rules at this time and their pagan polytheistic (many Gods) beliefs conflicted with Jewish belief’s and after all Jesus was JEWISH. 645 more words


Christianity?! "my personal experience"

Before I begin I want to say I am sorry for being away for so long, I mean it’s not like I have many people waiting for this probably none at all but since Irma hit us things have been hard and I am trying to get back to writing. 690 more words


“Coming Out” as Religiously Unconventional

Many of us have friends and family members who think we share their religious views. But what if we are religiously unconventional – atheists, agnostics, naturalistic theists, neo-Pagans, or just too creative to classify? 551 more words

Religous Disagreements