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Year: 2007

  • 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: 2,979   - [ Full Article ]

Year: 2006

  • 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: 16,044   - [ 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: 11,710   - [ 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: 10,142   - [ 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: 10,141   - [ 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: 9,251   - [ Full Article ]

  • Rally for Religious Freedom - H. Byron Ballard

    A Star in a CircleIt was the morning of the nation’s birthday, and energy and humidity were high in the nation’s capital. With Mercury retrograde looming over us, a stage was set up , the sound system checked and si ... Posted: July 8th. 2006   Views: 9,052   - [ Full Article ]

  • Brazilian Mabon Celebration in Săo Paulo - Heloisa - Lulu Saille

    To prove that Wicca already holds strong roots in Brazilian scenario, Pagans of all ages have gathered once again to celebrate the ancient rites in a Mabon Celebration, sponsored by the members of the Dianic Nemorensis Tradition, ... Posted: April 23rd. 2006   Views: 6,488   - [ Full Article ]

  • Chesapeake Pagan Community Gathering: Dancing with Devas 2006 - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Driving drumbeats urged the worshipers to dance more wildly, to catch the rhythm with focus and concentration, to accept the gifts of spirit. People reported spontaneous visions, spirit possession, pain washed away by the energy ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 6,456   - [ Full Article ]

  • WitchFest Wales, 2006 - Glenn

    Merry Meet Everyone, Here's my review of WitchFest Wales. If you don’t know, WitchFest is an organisation run by the Children of Artimes, who hold them every year.I went to the one in Cardiff, as this was the close ... Posted: July 31st. 2006   Views: 5,521   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pagan Pride Day - Metro Detroit - Alexander, 7th Pillar of Sophia

    Serving our Communities through Pagan PridePagan Pride Day – Metro DetroitWhile many of us host and attend Pagan Pride Events to support our local Pagan Communities, Pagan Pride Day is also a chance to serve the greate ... Posted: September 17th. 2006   Views: 5,448   - [ Full Article ]

  • Rochester Pagan Pride Day - Patricia Telesco

    It’s been four years since I was last at PPD in Rochester, NY and this festival just keeps getting bigger and better. As I arrived on site I was thrilled to find excellent signage going into the park. There was absolutely no probl ... Posted: October 1st. 2006   Views: 5,300   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 2006 Between the Worlds Men's Gathering - Garan du

    Between the Worlds 2006 – Five Years and CountingThe Vision statement of the Between the Worlds Men’s Gathering (BTW) says that the goal of the event is “to create a safe and sacred community wherein men who love men can f ... Posted: October 15th. 2006   Views: 4,750   - [ Full Article ]

  • Hellfire Caves Ritual - Ankerwytch

    On Friday, November 10th, 2006 the Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, played host to over 70 Pagans who hired it for the evening. For the first time in 250 years, the amazing tunnels and caves echoed once again to th ... Posted: June 10th. 2007   Views: 4,677   - [ Full Article ]

  • Beltaine 2006: A Pagan Odyssey - Rev. Alicia Lyon Folberth [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Beltaine 2006 Pagan Odyssey – It was my second time attending the Beltaine Pagan Odyssey festival, hosted by the Panthean Temple, and this year we were blessed with great speakers, great performers and great weather. A wide range ... Posted: August 7th. 2006   Views: 4,133   - [ Full Article ]

Year: 2005

  • Tara Summer Solstice 2005 - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    This year’s Summer Solstice ritual at Tara was the largest gathering of Druids, Pagans and Witches ever held in modern Ireland, with an estimated 2,000 attendees. People came from many countries in Europe and several other contine ... Posted: June 26th. 2005   Views: 27,243   - [ Full Article ]

  • Starwood XXV: Feelin' the Love - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]

    This year marked the 25th Starwood Festival: an event that has been held at various venues near and in Ohio but which has been held at the Brushwood Folklore Center in Sherman, New York for the last decade. In that time Starwood h ... Posted: August 14th. 2005   Views: 14,723   - [ Full Article ]

  • Persephone's Masquerade: The 4th Annual OHF Spring Ball - Shea Thomas [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Filling a 5, 000 square-foot ballroom to capacity, more than 140 Pagans came to a formal Pagan masquerade and charity gala on Friday, May 20 in Silver Spring, Maryland. In masks and amazing dress, creatures of both summer and shad ... Posted: June 19th. 2005   Views: 12,141   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pictures from New Orleans - Rev. Velvet Rieth APS C.P.W.C.- ATC [Witchvox Sponsor]

    (email to Aisling fwd: Witchvox from Velvet Rieth Hps 10/22/2005) , ... Posted: October 23rd. 2005   Views: 11,597   - [ Full Article ]

  • Sirius Rising 2005: Restoring the Balance - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The theme for this year's Sirius Rising festival (now in its tenth year) was very magically intentional and focused. Each day of the festival had an elemental focus, with workshops and rituals designed to get attendees to fosuc on ... Posted: July 31st. 2005   Views: 10,938   - [ Full Article ]

  • Paganstock 2005 - paganbeergod

    Paganstock 2005 had a successful first year; despite the hot weather everything went smoothly and a great time was had by all.Kellianna from Massachusetts opened the event with a phenomenal show, serenading the audience wi ... Posted: July 3rd. 2005   Views: 10,130   - [ Full Article ]

  • Harvest Home 2005: Magick, Imagination, and Love - IxChel

    Worn from a long drive in the pouring rain, we pulled into the camp in Madison, Connecticut. A group of smiling faces greeted us on the porch of the registration building, looking ready to start a conversation or offer information ... Posted: September 25th. 2005   Views: 9,253   - [ Full Article ]

  • Spirit's Haven in the Woods - Ravyne

    I awoke at dawn on the day of the event with a mixture of both child-like excitement and "host-of-the-party" apprehension. The weather wizards were predicting thunderstorms - heavy at times. Not wishing to tell Mother Nature what ... Posted: November 27th. 2005   Views: 8,012   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pagan Bazaar - Ciddragon Sunseeker [Witchvox Sponsor]

    For the 2nd year in a row, the Pagan Bazaar was held in Apple Valley, California, in the High Desert area of Southern California’s San Bernardino County, on Sunday, the 3rd of April. The event was sponsored by the Victor Va ... Posted: April 17th. 2005   Views: 7,996   - [ Full Article ]

  • Inner Mysteries Intensive with Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone - Rev. Beatriz Prat [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The first time I met Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone was at Witchfest 2000 in New Orleans, LA. They had always been one of my favorite Pagan authors and I had the opportunity to meet them in one of my favorite cities in the US—the Cre ... Posted: December 4th. 2005   Views: 7,967   - [ Full Article ]

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