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Men and the Goddess by Mystie Raven Sky [Wvox Sponsor] [181 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]

Pirates and Witches by Capt Tonz [180 reads]

It has always been the case that Peiran, Pirates and Sea Wanderers have close connections to Witches. This mainly because prior to medieval times Witches were effectively the Doctors. In those days and earlier if you needed a cure you went to the Witch who was also the Pharmacy and Midwife.Of course the activities of the Witches and indeed Wizards in their relief of pain, saving lives, presence at childbirth and Pagan knowledge of time to... [more]

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  • Autumn Meet 2017: "Dancing with our Ancestors" by Daniella Waterhawk [Wvox Sponsor] [144 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 throughout the years. We were warmly greeted, found our camping spot and set up. We were lucky to have been invited to stay and be involved with "Dru's Camp", which was the highlight of our festiv... [more]

  • Pagan Artist Trading Cards by Rev. etain.butterfly [161 reads]

    I feel it is important to give a little bit of the history on Artist Trading Cards. Although miniature works of art created on cards have been around for centuries, the modern-day concept of ATCs was conceptualized by artist M. Vanci Stirnemann in 1996. In May 1997, Stirnemann held a gallery showing of 1, 200 cards at the INK.art and text bookstore in Zurich, Switzerland, for which he collaborated with artists Cat Schick and Gido Dietrich. Those ... [more]

    • Witch? by Lavender Sage [196 reads]

      What would you call me?I'm just now realizing that for as long as I can remember, I have always been interested in all things deemed, "witchy". As a child, I remember while other girls my age were playing house with their dolls, I would be out collecting rocks and crystals. While they were playing games of tag; catch, and Red Rover; I would be playing under the trees in the densely wooded areas near our house; totally unafraid to ... [more]



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    Shrine of the Irish Oak: A Complete Temple book of Celto-Roman Theology and Rituals

    Author: Nathaniel Hunt

    Category: Religion, Paganism,   Level: All

    This book is the official Textbook/workbook/Member's handbook for the Shrine of the Irish Oak, a modern Celto-Roman temple and tradition, Presented here is our complete beliefs, practices and rituals.
    Being an open tradition we make our rituals open and available for the wider Wiccan/Pagan community. We also provide in this book blank rituals for both member's and non members alike to fill in with their chosen Deities and begin household worship if they wish to follow our tradition, start their own or if they need some inspiration on ritual worship. ... Impressions: 17,213

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