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January 2015 at Witchvox....

Publicly Other: Witchcraft in the Suburbs by Deborah Castellano [1,204 reads]

I’ve never been a Witch in the woods. The thing is, to be a proper Witch in the woods, villagers have to know where you live (no) or you need to do a lot of festivals that involves camping (no) .I started my business in ye olde 2010 because I was going through a painful and messy divorce. Well, I started spinning yarn because I was going through a painful and messy divorce but I didn’t know how to knit or crochet and had zero desire to le... [more]

The Six Most Valuable Lessons I've Learned on My Path as a Witch by Northern Dreamer [1,085 reads]

I know, I know: who cares, right? Everyone's experiences, everyone's path, everyone's lessons are different- it's all based on where we came from and where we're going. But I refuse to believe that I'm the only one who has benefitted from these lessons, these self-discoveries, and I put them out there in the hopes that someone may read them, then smile softly and subtly to him or herself as they remember the truth of the lesson, whether painful o... [more]

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  • When is Diversity Too Diverse? by Melantha [902 reads]

    I just had another inquiry from a young lady looking for a coven to join. Since moving back to Minnesota, I've been a solitary practitioner. I briefly tried looking to start a Circle last fall but the only queries were from two mentally ill women. Wi... [more]

  • Pagans All Around Us by Sorbus [812 reads]

    How many of you know we live in a world rich in Pagan practices and customs? Does it surprise you that an essay would be about this topic? Perhaps you’ve been listening to too many claiming to be in the societal mainstream using the media to complain... [more]

  • Manipulation of the Concept of Witchcraft by Crick [Wvox Sponsor] [1,263 reads]

    Whenever I hear the urban legend that one who declares him/herself a witch and/or studies the mystical arts, particularly here in the USA, is a Neo Pagan, I think to myself; "nonsense". The premise is that paganism and witchcraft somehow fell to ... [more]

  • Broomstick to the Emerald City by Greenhammer [779 reads]

    Pagans are purposeful and passionate with their motivations in life, and are also harmoniously allied with the true American ideals of freedom and liberty. Witches are heirs to the spirit of the American Constitution, so why are most of them trying t... [more]

    • The New England Covens of Traditionalist Witches (NECTW) by Ash McSidhe [Wvox Sponsor] [935 reads]

      Gwen Thompson (1928-1986) , a hereditary Witch from New Haven, Connecticut. It is with the utmost respect that the Elders of the NECTW dedicate this essay to the loving memory and the living Tradition of Gwen Thompson. Gwen's impact on the de... [more]



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    Wiccans and Pagans may want to take a closer look at the constellations for the simple fact that our basic and most recognizable symbol, the pentagram, is a star. Also, the widely-used Charge of the Goddess begins: “Hear ye the words of the Star Goddess, she is the dust of whose feet are the hosts of heaven, and whose body encircles the universe.”

    It seems as though we reach for the stars, but we don’t work with their energy. Star Magic changes that by bringing the power of the constellations into your hands. Through simple, straightforward methods you will learn how to draw down star ... Impressions: 20,196

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