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Top 13 Samhain Articles at Witchvox

Join us is celebrating the top 13 articles from your 'Samhain' section here at Witchvox. - Also check out: Samhain Events in your town.

You Call It Hallowe'en... We Call It Samhain by Peg Aloi [325,821 ]

A Brief History of Hallowe'en by Christina Aubin [264,859 ]

Satanic Panic and Black Cats by Wren [71,345 ]

The Lore of the Door by Wren [46,419 ]

Samhain Night by Wren [28,185 ]

The Mighty Dead, the Beloved Dead and Us by M Macha Nightmare [24,759 ]

The Silver Bough, and Samhain in a Stone Circle by Peg Aloi [23,536 ]

My Samhain - by Mark Sosnowski by Moonspider [20,699 ]

Hearken Now, The Darkness Comes! - by Lark by Lark [20,324 ]

Why I Love Samhain by M Macha Nightmare [17,215 ]

Ancestors by Christina Aubin [16,024 ]

Samhain in the Shadow of Halloween by Lady Abigail Welcher [12,779 ]

Making the Most of Samhain's Inner Voice by Asradel [10,000 ]


Also check out: The Real Origins of Halloween and Halloween Errors and Lies by Isaac Bonewits



This Moon Cycle at Witchvox....

Intro: Pagans, Heathens and Recons by Wren [453,627 reads]

A Brief Introduction:The following introduction is offered here to help to dispel many of the myths surrounding Neo-paganism, Witchcraft and the Heathen and Reconstructionist religions. The ways of many Neo-Pagan traditions, religions and groups, as well as some of the Heathen and Reconstructionist religions, are described in even more detail on various other pages on this Web site and elsewhere on the net.... [more]

Back to Basics Witchcraft: Magical Creativity for Small Living Spaces by Lazulimaya [4,771 reads]

I remember when I first started on my path to Witchcraft and Paganism, I was enthralled by everything around me: the wind swirling through the leaves, the way rain falls off a leaf, the scent of the rain-soaked earth, or the intense heat of a campfire under the stars. In a way, this feeling of ethereal wonder still enchants my life, and I have made my room into a Pagan’s paradise. Six years later, I have a working altar on my dresser for ... [more]

Cernunnos: The Darkest Wood in the Moon's Light by Lazulimaya [3,180 reads]

The funny thing about the Gods, they show themselves to you when you least expect it. It might seem cliché, but there is truth in this statement, because when you truly enjoy life to its fullest without worry, your mind opens up to new ways of thinking. That’s when the Gods and Goddesses can speak to you. Everyone has a different way of approaching the deities, whether it be with ritual, song, the visual arts, writing, and that’s just the tip of ... [more]

Men and the Goddess by Mystie Raven Sky [Wvox Sponsor] [5,262 reads]

I am currently teaching classes in recognition of The Feminine Divine, and incorporating this concept with the religion of Wicca; well, any Wiccan or Witch knows it would be impossible not to incorporate Her, as She is foundational to this path. I add this for emphasis because honoring the Goddess, a/k/a The Feminine Divine as Deity, is what our Western culture is severely missing.The topic of this essay is:“Why Would a Man Search for... [more]

Why the Faeries? by Merideth Allyn [3,883 reads]

*Faery - Old English spelling, as well as the race of Ireland’s faeries, the Tuatha De Danann.*Fairy – a literary term as in Fairy Tales and the fairies therein.*And, just a note, all faeries are NOT good or nice. All are mischievous, but some will help you if generous and kind to others. If you cross one, though, your family can be cursed for generations.“I believe in everything until it is disproved. So, I believe in fairies... [more]

Elements of Magic by Alaska Intuitive Arts [3,212 reads]

Magic is a multifaceted subject. It can take practice and time to feel confident about using it. Many books and traditions suggest lots of preparation and timing, which can be ideal for overcoming big obstacles or performing ceremonial magic. However, you can't always bring your ritual tools everywhere and casting a circle isn't always practical. I know I use magic everyday. It enhances and supplements my life and has for many years.... it doesn'... [more]

Finding Balance: Discipline Wedded to Devotion by Joanna van der Hoeven [5,840 reads]

Finding Balance: Discipline Wedded to DevotionOur culture of "not good enough" is so rampant, that it can be terribly hard to disassociate oneself from it. I was able to come to terms with the capitalist way of life here in our Western world through Eastern means, specifically through Zen Buddhism. That led to deep meditation, of simply being in the moment, of enjoying the simple things in life while maintaining a deep discipline of dista... [more]

You Call It Hallowe'en... We Call It Samhain by Peg Aloi [Wvox Sponsor] [325,821 reads]

Hallowe'en has its origins in the British Isles. While the modern tradition of trick or treat developed in the U. S., it too is based on folk customs brought to this country with Irish immigrants after 1840. Since ancient times in Ireland, Scotland, and England, October 31st has been celebrated as a feast for the dead, and also the day that marks the new year. Mexico observes a Day of the Dead on this day, as do other world cultures. In Scotland,... [more]

Transitioning by Lady GoldenRaven [2,664 reads]

Hello to all you Crone Wytches out there from another Crone Wytch. I am High Priestess of Circle of the Autumn Winds and I never gave a thought to what would happen when I was unable to prepare for ritual and feast. You see, I am fifty-four years old and I have fibromyalgia. I am also a one year, eleven month cancer-free survivor. There are times I feel like I am ninety.During my stay in the hospital, Yule was fast approaching. I always h... [more]

The White Goddess: A Seminal Work in the Neo-Wiccan Movement. by Sorbus [2,271 reads]

One of the most important works in the modern Wiccan movement is this complex book. It is the first book I bought on the path that led my spiritual curiosity to Wicca. I bought my now very tired copy at my college bookstore on a whim back in 1981 or 82. The title intrigued me. Who was this Goddess and what did she have to do with poetry? Some time later I put the book down with a half-baked notion of what the hell Graves was talking about. Much o... [more]

The Sacred Ego in Mediterranean Magical Traditions by Kedeshim [2,085 reads]

Hubris gets bandied around a lot in revivals or reconstructions of Hellenic, Hellenistic, and Roman polytheism. It has been conveyed one of the most reprehensible crimes or impure actions one can make. In the lore, acting from hubris generally resulted in the Fates stepping in, overriding the Gods in some cases, and the guilty party getting their ass served to Kereberos.Needless to say, it has become popular to levy accusations of hubris ... [more]

Herbal Astrology by Ellen Evert Hopman [2,197 reads]

“When I see the new Moon, It becomes me to lift mine eye, It becomes me to bend my knee, It becomes me to bow my head.Giving thee praise, Thou Moon of guidance, That I have seen thee again…”--Traditional, Carmina Gadelica 287, orally collected in the Highlands and islands of Scotland by Alexander Carmichael in 1900.“But if he (the physician) does not know the world, nor the elements or the firmament, how shoul... [more]

Parting the Veils of Beltane's Quickening by Robin Fennelly [Wvox Sponsor] [1,419 reads]

The Great Wheel of the Witch’s year has turned once more and we find ourselves held within the magick of creation itself. The Sabbat of Beltane celebrates the sacred union of the God and Goddess and the potential for new life that is held in that act. The Goddess is the Maiden of Spring who is ready to take a lover. And, the God is the Youth, strong and potent in his fecundity. His gifts are those of the strengthening of the solar energies and, H... [more]

Beltane and Sex Magic by Red Dragon [Wvox Sponsor] [1,136 reads]

Organized religion has dealt a low blow to sexual pleasure over the centuries. Both men and women, although mostly women, have struggled at the very least to keep their sensuality and sex-lives intact. If we’re especially diligent, we’ve managed to achieve Sex Magic! So, this Spring, this Beltane, let’s honor our beautiful, juicy selves, regardless of our age, and consider for a few moments here how glorious our pleasure-seeking eroticism can be ... [more]

The East and West of Wiccan Magick by Swati Prakash [2,731 reads]

Although now living in the UK, in this lifetime I chose to be born in the ancient land of Vedic wisdom, India…the place where timeless spiritual truths still live on in the form of tradition and culture. Yet, I was born with witchcraft (and Wicca too) in my soul. It was 1989 when I conducted my first ritual at ten years of age, feeling the powers rise within me, casting a circle, calling the quarters, raising energy of the elements and conjuring ... [more]

Tarot Talk: the Ace of Swords by Ignacio Ceja [Wvox Sponsor] [1,810 reads]

The Aces of the tarot represent the beginnings of things. They are the seeds of power for their representative suits. Swords can be a troublesome. They are associated with knights, pirates, and officers in the military (the sword in one form or another is still part of the modern military officer’s uniform) . They are weapons of war, and symbols of peace. They were once the not-so-concealed firearms of their time. The Ace of Swords represents tho... [more]

Yule-Tide Reflections by Alfred Willowhawk, DMsc, RMT, CTM, Shaman [Wvox Sponsor] [2,210 reads]

As the Sun King has returned I think on all that has happened the past solar year. It has been a year of much change for many others and me. Some apparently positive and some apparently negative. Of course as a Warrior of the New Millennium I attach no judgment to these changes. I have seen much evidence of release of the Piscean Age’s grip on the now Aquarian Age world. I can only truly speak for myself and as I sit here after Solar Retu... [more]

Thanksgiving Memories of a Native American by Lady Abigail Welcher [2,091 reads]

Thanksgiving has always been a strange and difficult time for me. Sometimes it was hard to understand or accept how some would celebrate this holiday. Perhaps it is because I am not only a card carrying Witch but I am also a proud card carrying Native American who in childhood spent many of her holidays on the reservation with family members.I understand giving thanks for all the amazing gifts of life and the blessings given us by the God... [more]

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    Silently across the snow steps made without a sound, Nothing but the imprints of lost footsteps might be found.For standing under a cloak of midnight blue, The stars glistened like sapphires within the winter’s hue. Whispers of secrets and magick released for what shall be, The coming told in whispers of this elemental release.A gift a of magick from a future yet designed or pasted, As the seasons shall tur... [more]

  • Magic in Daily Life by Alexia Moon [3,405 reads]

    One of the magical aspects in the life of a Witch is how we manage to include magic in everything we do, in our homes, in our cars, at work, on trips, in everyday life. Even the simple task of cooking breakfast can be a magical experience for a Witch! Magic, contrary to popular belief, is everywhere around us and we can use it not only to improve our lifestyle but also to connect more to our magical path and the worship and relationship with the ... [more]

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    “I remember many wrongs.” -- (The Poetic Edda, The Whetting of Guðrún) Perhaps more than any female in the Prose and Poetic Eddas, Guðrún Gjúkadóttir is both a tragic heroine and a monstrous woman whose filicides make her, to modern sensibilities, little better than Grendel’s mother. These poems, however, were not intended for modern sensibilities or even, initially, for medieval Christian sensibilities. When considering Guðrún, one must ... [more]

  • Ares and Athena by Laurel Darkmoon [Wvox Sponsor] [2,625 reads]

    Owls everywhere... I have seen them for the past couple of years, their large, bejeweled eyes staring from my computer screen from craft shops on Etsy, decorating T shirts and pillows at the local Target and Wal-Mart. I even procured a small, rose-colored, stuffed one from a card/book store in a small college town around St Valentine's Day; squeeze her, and she says "Owl you need is love!” or “I don’t give a hoot for anyone but you!” Why this ove... [more]

  • The Wheel of the Year in Our Daily Lives by Alexia Moon [2,216 reads]

    Most Pagan paths celebrate seasonal rites. These are different in name and traditions depending on the Pagan paths we are talking about but the final goal is the same: To connect to Nature. In this article I will take into account the Wiccan Wheel of the Year since it’s the most celebrated both by Wiccans and even several non-Wiccans.The Wheel of the Year is of essence in a Wiccan’s life and path and also in the life of the Witches and Pa... [more]

  • An Open Fire: Healing from Within by Three One Moon [3,303 reads]

    The air feels cool and crisp this morning as I step through the rear door of my home. From my left, the sun is beginning to crest above the horizon, offering its rays of light through the eastern tree line. I look upwards; the sky above is transitioning from a darkened blue, barely a cloud within sight. The weather forecaster tells me storms are blowing in from the western horizon, but not until the evening hours. No signs of the thunder yet, sti... [more]

  • Autumn Meet 2017: "Dancing with our Ancestors" by Daniella Waterhawk [Wvox Sponsor] [2,616 reads]

    The drive to get to Autumn Meet Pagan Festival wasn’t bad, about 2 1/2 hours for us coming up from the Ft Myers area. This Festival is held at the Maddox Ranch, in Lakeland Florida and is a much shorter drive than most of the festivals we have driven to... [more]

  • La Santa Muerte... The Stigma and the Strength by Lady Grey Dragon [2,589 reads]

    I know, I know... La Santa Muerte?! Whaaaat? Saint DEATH?! What kind of a "Pagan" writesabout a 'hush hush' Catholic saint?!This "Pagan"... ;-) So, WHO or WHAT is La Santa Muerte? Well, I'm still learning the academia of Her, but from what I have "experienced"... She is a unique Goddess. "Oh-ho!", You say, "She is a goddess?!" Yes. And quite a powerful one at that. Now, I am not disregarding the other deitie... [more]

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    Unlike most Craft/Wiccan traditions, Artemesian has 13 initiations passages. They are: - Grove Dedication, which is based on a year and a day study with no guarantee of initiation (a kind of Witchcraft 101) , Participation in the 8 Sabbaths is required to move forward.- 1st Degree, which requires the completion of the 13 Moon Mystery Rituals. - 2nd Degree, which requires completion of group dynamics training. - The Elemental ... [more]

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    For as long as I can remember, I have been tied to what I call other realms. My childhood is filled with amazing yet what many would call unexplainable experiences… hearing voices of those who are not physically present, feeling a presence not physically there and even seeing someone who is but a reflection in appearance. I have even seen those who look so much like a physical person I mistook them for one.I have had numerous encounters w... [more]

  • Wild Mountain Woman: Landscape Goddess by Amunet [4,748 reads]

    It is not the length of time you spend in a place that is important; it is what you do in that place, in the time you have, that counts. After eight months living in this Valley (and additional months here and then on visits) I have decided to move on, and I mourn that I am leaving after such a short time, when there is so much to discover here! But I have decided that rather than feeling sorry to be leaving after a short amount of time, I will i... [more]

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    My recent dreams of a human with an odd gift have lent inspiration to begin this article. The dream begins on the outskirts of the woods. A woman lives in a small cabin and her face is kept hidden beneath a tattered cloth. She spends time with animals more than people who keep their eyes to the ground in fear of her. They came to her when they were troubled or a relative had recently passed away. As the observer in the dream, I thought I was look... [more]

  • On Cursing: Politics and Ethos by Kedeshim [1,937 reads]

    Most of what passes for Occultism in general and Witchcraft in particular is a shallow, ineffectual caricature of the Art. We could fault the good intentions of folks in the early era of the Revival, who erred on a good image and public relations. We could fault the current culture of instant gratification without hard-ass, sweaty, bone-whitening work. Or we could fault a host of other factors (or combination thereof) . And, truthfully, it is OK:... [more]

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