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- The New Orleans Witches' Ball - Maggi Setti [Witchvox Sponsor]
This year my husband, our par amour, and I decided that New Orleans would be just too fun at Halloween. Its unique, beautiful history, and lush, gothic vibe was too much to resist, so off to the US’s most haunted city we went. The ... Posted: November 13th. 2011 Views: 3,637 - [ Full Article ]
- St. Louis Pagan Picnic - Jessica Marie Baumgartner [Witchvox Sponsor]
Pretty Good Pagan PicnicThe St. Louis Pagan picnic was held in Tower grove Park for its nineteenth year this weekend. Although more of a market than a picnic, this festival ran all day on Saturday June eleventh and Sunday ... Posted: June 19th. 2011 Views: 3,136 - [ Full Article ]
- Celebration of the Divine Feminine and Religious Freedom - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]
On Sunday, October 30th, a diverse g ... Posted: November 6th. 2011 Views: 2,953 - [ Full Article ]
- 2011 Midwest Witches Ball and Bazaar - Paula & Gordon Ireland [Witchvox Sponsor]
Reflections on the 2011 Witches Bazaar and Witches Ballby R. Wolf Baldassarro The whirlwind weekend is over and life has returned to the normal daily grind, but I’m still smiling ear-to-ear from the memories of the 201 ... Posted: October 23rd. 2011 Views: 2,362 - [ Full Article ]
- Through the Looking Glass Midwest - Michigan's 2011 Witches Ball: - Midwest Witches' Ball [Witchvox Sponsor]
Through the Looking Glass Midwest - Michigan's 2011 Witches Ball:The Most Magickal and Fun Event of the Yearby Ellen Bergstrom - GreenbridgeIf the purpose of the Michigan Witches Ball is to have fun, this year's ev ... Posted: October 23rd. 2011 Views: 2,299 - [ Full Article ]
- Sacred Space Conference - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]
Sacred Space Conference 2010: Celebrating Twenty Years An illuminating light, a time of respectful sharing and thoughtful learning among various metaphysical traditions, spiritualities and esoteric religions: this has been ... Posted: March 7th. 2010 Views: 10,296 - [ Full Article ]
- Review: Sirius Rising - Don Waterhawk [Witchvox Sponsor]
Well we did it! Daniella and I made the 1500 mile, 2 ˝ day journey to Sherman, New York, to Brushwood Folklore Center where we had been invited as guests for the “Sirius Rising 2010” pagan festival. As we turned on Bailey H ... Posted: August 8th. 2010 Views: 6,464 - [ Full Article ]
- Free Spirit Gathering - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]
A surge of excitement hit me as I turned west from I-95 at the Havre de Grace, Maryland, exit, just before the road crosses the Susquehanna River at the north end of the Chesapeake Bay. 2010 marks the 25th celebration of Free Spir ... Posted: July 11th. 2010 Views: 4,411 - [ Full Article ]
- 43rd Annual Gathering of the Tribes - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]
The moment I arrived at a small private camping area near Steamboat Rock, Iowa early afternoon on July 15, my trusty sidekick, Bridey the Amazing Grunting Beagle woke from the nap she started in Kansas City, stretched, and put her ... Posted: August 1st. 2010 Views: 3,821 - [ Full Article ]
- Summerfest 2010 (Festival Review) - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]
This year, after twenty years at the Brushwood Folklore Center, the 30-year old Starwood Festival moved to a new location (at Wisteria in Ohio) . For the last few years, Brushwood has held Starwood immediately following Sirius Ris ... Posted: August 22nd. 2010 Views: 3,381 - [ Full Article ]
- Midwest Witches' Ball 2010 - Paula & Gordon Ireland [Witchvox Sponsor]
The Midwest Witches’ Ball 2010 Review by R. Wolf BaldassarroThe Midwest Witches’ Ball, formerly known as the Michigan Witches’ Ball, is far more than just the biggest party of the year for Pagans throughout the Detroit are ... Posted: November 14th. 2010 Views: 2,914 - [ Full Article ]
- 4th of July Pagan Religious Rights Rally and Ritual and Chesapeake Pagan Community Summer Gathering - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]
The poignant wail of bagpipes mourning our Pagan dead opened the 4th of July 2007 Pagan Religious Rights Rally and Ritual held outside the White House in Lafayette Square Park, Washington, DC. Although the piper played a dirge, th ... Posted: July 22nd. 2007 Views: 11,579 - [ Full Article ]
- Sirius Rising 2007: Making Connections - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]
The Sirius Rising festival held at th ... Posted: July 29th. 2007 Views: 11,076 - [ Full Article ]
- The 12th Annual Halloween Festival London UK - Micca
After a break of several years your London Correspondent has returned. ... Posted: October 28th. 2007 Views: 9,513 - [ Full Article ]
- Starwood 2007 - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]
It was another mellow but awesome ... Posted: September 2nd. 2007 Views: 8,649 - [ Full Article ]
- Louisville Pagan Pride Day - Rev Snow Wolf
Where is the Pride in Pagan Pride? This is the story of the first (and the second) Pagan Pride Day in Louisville, Kentucky. I arrived at the first Pagan Pride Day some time in the mid-afternoon. It was a grey, cool, and wi ... Posted: October 28th. 2007 Views: 5,404 - [ Full Article ]
- Central Vermont Lughnasadh Festival - True Pagan Warrior
I arrived for the Laurelin Lughnasad Festival a day early, as I had agreed to be one of the Village Builders. There work was plentiful, though not backbreaking when performed by many hands. Though some of the tasks were profane (s ... Posted: October 7th. 2007 Views: 4,605 - [ Full Article ]
- 2nd Annual Children's Camp - Lady Katherina
2nd Annual Children’s Camp Weekend -- A Success!I remember my drive to Highland Farm on Thursday afternoon. I was having mixed feelings. Excitement filled me in anticipation to see the children again this year and in hopes ... Posted: October 7th. 2007 Views: 3,161 - [ Full Article ]
- Harvest Home Gathering 2006 (picts added Oct. 18) - IxChel
Harvest Home Gathering 2006 Enchantment, magick, and truth – Returning to the Harvest GateIn walking a path of magick, it is good to remember that we need to stop and reflect on where we are and what it m ... Posted: October 15th. 2006 Views: 16,627 - [ Full Article ]
- Southeast Women's Herbal Conference - Diotima Mantineia [Witchvox Sponsor]
"This is why I practice an Earth religion" I thought, fleetingly, as I walked towards the lake, feeling remarkably joyful and connected with the beauty around me. Starhawk had sent 100 or so well-grounded women off to spend a few ... Posted: October 8th. 2006 Views: 11,938 - [ Full Article ]
- Canadian National Pagan Conference - Samuel Wagar
Reflections on a Journey to the East:The 2006 Canadian National Pagan Conference – Gaia GatheringTo begin with, the CNPC is a conference, not a festival. It has a strong emphasis on discussion and networking, on panels ... Posted: June 4th. 2006 Views: 10,579 - [ Full Article ]
- Toronto Pagan Conference - Brendan Myers
In many ancient Pagan cultures, the community gathering place was the centre of people’s lives. It may have been a stone circle, a temple, a chieftain’s feasting hall, or even a burial mound. But it was the location for community ... Posted: March 12th. 2006 Views: 10,578 - [ Full Article ]
- Sirius Rising 2006 - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]
This year’s Sirius Rising was a very special one, as attendees (some who were both brand new and some seasoned veterans) marked the second year of Sirius’ magical transformation, from a small gathering with plenty of “hands-on” cr ... Posted: September 10th. 2006 Views: 9,569 - [ Full Article ]
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