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1. Every Day is Earth Day

2. Night Vision: Where Did the Stars Go?

3. Paganism is a Dirty, Dirty Word

4. From the Waterfront...

5. Confessions of a Dirt Worshipper

6. Think Your Paganism Isn't Nature-based? Think Again...

7. On Being a Pagan Omnivore

8. Natural Allies

9. Pagans and Environmental Issues: Can We Save the World?

10. Four Thieves Vinegar: History, Uses, and Recipe

11. A Sacred Retreat

12. Earth Children, Are You Listening?

13. "An Ye Harm None" On A Global Scale


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Week of: October 10th. 2016

  • Finding Home While Saving Our Heirloom Seeds - CAW HPS Omi [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The road from The Church of Iron Oak, ATC, in Palm Bay, Florida, in the 1980's and early 1990's has been long and winding. Sagehawk and I took Summerland Monastery, Inc. from Florida to Windtree Ranch, near Douglas. Arizona, in 19 ... Posted: October 10th. 2016   Views: 1,917   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: May 18th. 2014

  • Climate Change Deniers? Still? - Treasach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Climate change denial is not, and has never been, a 'dissenting view'. Anthropogenic global warming has been accepted and taught in Universities since the 70's as a currently occurring event based on the paleoclimatology data accu ... Posted: May 18th. 2014   Views: 2,878   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 4th. 2013

  • The Deeper Meaning of Harvest Celebration - Cliff

    We Pagan folk have many festivals that revolve around the natural events of the Wheel of the Year. In spring, come Bealtaine, we're all about maypoles and frolicking as we rejoice in the awakening of the land. Come autumn, we buil ... Posted: August 4th. 2013   Views: 4,433   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 31st. 2013

  • Harp! Sing For Me: Musings on a More Sustainable Future. - Sorbus

    Pagans and Wiccan in general want to be in touch with the natural world, or at least claim they want to try to be. So how does a Pagan live in a way that promotes a more nature friendly manner and advocate for others to do the sam ... Posted: March 31st. 2013   Views: 2,861   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 3rd. 2013

Week of: December 30th. 2012

  • Four Thieves Vinegar: History, Uses, and Recipe - Treasach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    From what evidence we have, infused vinegars have existed almost since we first discovered vinegar. It's so useful by itself, and infusing it increases its effectiveness and potency. Its many functions include:- culinary ... Posted: December 30th. 2012   Views: 5,995   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: October 28th. 2012

  • Samhain: a New View - Radko Vacek

    The Holy Day of Samhain has far more importance than usually realized. Celebrated by the mainstream society as Halloween or the evening before All Saints Day, its full significance only comes to light through knowing essential met ... Posted: October 28th. 2012   Views: 4,319   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: September 2nd. 2012

  • A Pagan Chaplaincy Perspective - Temple of the Spiral Path Administrator

    “I call to the Shaman who travels between the worlds. To the Witch who bends and shapes the energy of nature. To the Herbalist who uses the power of plants. To the men and women of boldness within the Unitarian Universalist tradit ... Posted: September 2nd. 2012   Views: 4,359   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 19th. 2012

  • More Than Animals: The Totemic Ecosystem - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When I was a pagan newbie back in the 1990s, one of the very first things I gravitated toward was animal totemism. Like so many aspiring totemists, I picked up a copy of Ted Andrews' Animal-Speak and went from there. Over t ... Posted: August 19th. 2012   Views: 4,444   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: July 22nd. 2012

  • Thoughts Are Energy: "The Dark Knight Rises" - Stewart Bitkoff

    For spiritual travelers, it is taught and stressed: personal thought creates reality, and what we think about strongly influences our personal and collective physical, mental and spiritual world. As beings of pure conscious energy ... Posted: July 22nd. 2012   Views: 4,510   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: July 8th. 2012

  • Spiritual Learning and Social Change - Stewart Bitkoff

    Love gives naught but itself and takes naught but from itself.Love possesses not nor would it be possessed;For love is sufficient unto love. (Kahlil Gibran) Looking BackAs I sit around watching my gr ... Posted: July 8th. 2012   Views: 3,097   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: April 10th. 2011

  • Better People = Better World - Stewart Bitkoff

    The book of your life Is filled with many blank pages.You are freeTo write on themWhatever you choose. -- SBAs you start reading, a word of caution. I have an “axe to grind” and am going to offer solutions ... Posted: April 10th. 2011   Views: 4,227   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: June 27th. 2010

  • Cell Phones: A Rude Awakening - Nathaniel Jeffers

    The modern age has introduced a wide array of colorful new media vices and technological breakthroughs. We live in a high-paced world of instant gratification where everything we could ever want or need is simply a mouse-click awa ... Posted: June 27th. 2010   Views: 4,149   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: June 6th. 2010

  • The Stag and the Doe - Cliff

    Deep in an enchanted forest my homestead lies, and the gloaming was near, the air was just cool and sweet enough to make it impossible to go inside. And Aval, my great horse of 18 hands, standing eight feet tall at the ears, was a ... Posted: June 6th. 2010   Views: 2,412   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 28th. 2010

  • Pagan Carbon Footprints - Velvet

    Do you know what your carbon footprint is? If you don't, you should find out. This essay came about as a result of conversations with coven members and attendances at past pagan events. As Pagans and Witches we know-or should know ... Posted: March 28th. 2010   Views: 4,327   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 7th. 2010

  • The Healing Power of Trees - Colin Bondi

    I love trees, I always have. I love the natural world but for some reason trees have always had a special meaning and a special power for me. The reverence and appreciation I feel for them can be intense and lately I’ve made it a ... Posted: March 7th. 2010   Views: 3,467   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 8th. 2009

  • Our Mother Crystal - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Many of us, pagans and others have used crystals in our energy work. And as such we are aware that our crystals can only put out so much energy before they become depleted and have to be recharged. The same goes for those crystals ... Posted: March 8th. 2009   Views: 4,977   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 23rd. 2008

  • Paganism is a Dirty, Dirty Word - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    (Or, Most of What I Need To Know I Learned From My Garden) Dear Newbie Pagans of the Internet, You have found this essay at a most auspicious time. You are seeking information on learning about neo pagan religions, ... Posted: March 23rd. 2008   Views: 13,547   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: January 20th. 2008

  • Pagans and Environmental Issues: Can We Save the World? - Lady Abigail Welcher

    Driving back for Orlando, my husband and I started talking about all the factories we noticed along the rivers we crossed on our drive. Smoke billowing from the smoke stacks, waist water gushing into the water from gigantic pipes. ... Posted: January 20th. 2008   Views: 6,000   - [ Full Article ]

  • "An Ye Harm None" On A Global Scale - Godiva

    Last night I was brought to my emotional knees by a story on 60 minutes. I rarely watch this show but they had a piece on the Silver-Back Gorilla families in an area of the Congo and Rwanda. Laws protect these Gorilla families and ... Posted: January 20th. 2008   Views: 5,282   - [ Full Article ]

  • Save A Tree: Pagan E-Books - Cynthia

    Pagans are readers. Whenever I walk into any local bookstore, I always find someone where the Pagan books are shelved. You would think that this would be to the good in all ways. Unfortunately, it isn’t. There are two problems, on ... Posted: January 20th. 2008   Views: 4,628   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: January 6th. 2008

  • Higher Knowledge: The Enriching and Enabling Factor - Stewart Bitkoff

    Most people would agree that we all want to live in a kinder, more humane world. A world where there is respect for human life, economic resources are shared, and the old and infirm are treated with dignity. In each of these areas ... Posted: January 6th. 2008   Views: 4,375   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: December 30th. 2007

  • On Being a Pagan Omnivore - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    No doubt if you've been in the pagan community for any significant amount of time, you've seen or heard (and perhaps participated in) a debate about whether "proper" pagans should eat meat or not. Being an omnivore is rather un-P. ... Posted: December 30th. 2007   Views: 9,208   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: December 23rd. 2007

  • A Sacred Retreat - Spiderwitch

    Looking for a quiet retreat for magic? I have just the spot. You may have to travel a long way to reach this paradise, but once you’re there, it’s worth it. Once you view the tumbling ancient mountains and vast ocean, you will bel ... Posted: December 23rd. 2007   Views: 5,828   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: December 2nd. 2007

  • Saving Mother Earth from Us Nasty Humans: A Contrarian P.O.V. - AuralSects69

    Before I begin, I know the antipathy (to put it politely) many of you will have towards this article. I may be pushing the Witchvox envelope of nonjudgmental neutrality to its breaking point, but go ahead, vent all you want. If Co ... Posted: December 2nd. 2007   Views: 4,628   - [ Full Article ]

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