Words from Young Pagans
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Week of: August 9th. 2009
Week of: August 4th. 2008
- Practicing While Still A Teenager - Alexia Moon
This article is mostly directed to solitary Wiccans, such as myself. And I hope it can help people. It doesn’t matter if it helps ten or a million. As long as it helps someone, I’m happy. After deciding that Wicca is the p ... Posted: August 9th. 2009 Views: 6,880 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: September 1st. 2001
- How Did I Enter Into The Craft? - Shadow cat
Merry Meet, dear witches, pagans, Wiccans and more. My name is Shadowcat and this is a true story about how I entered into the world of the craft.When I was 13 years old, I used to go to the library very often. One day, I ... Posted: August 4th. 2008 Views: 7,193 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: July 6th. 2001
- Pagans and Abortion: A Happy Balance - Melissa Zupan
So do what you will be the challengeSo be it in love that harms noneFor this is the only commandmentOf magick of old be it done!Doreen Valiente, Wiccan CreedOnly one moral tenet exists for Wicca, Har ... Posted: September 1st. 2001 Views: 17,249 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: September 3rd. 2000
- Acceptance: It's Getting Better All the Time... - Agona Darkeagle
It was Senior Week, the beginning of the end of four long annoying years of high school. Four years of being an out-of-the-broom-closet witch. Our school had rented an activity center for the day and I was spending a lazy hour on ... Posted: July 6th. 2001 Views: 9,051 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: March 12th. 2000
- Solitary or Covener? - Agona Darkeagle
You've been practicing for a couple of years, studying even longer, and feel comfortable enough to wear a pentacle and wave your athame around in your backyard as your mother peers curiously out the kitchen window. Now you're read ... Posted: September 3rd. 2000 Views: 8,717 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: February 6th. 2000
Week of: January 8th. 2000
- Out of the Broom Closet - Agona Darkeagle
"Sow-wen, " I pronounced blatantly, plucking at a bowl of candy with annoyance. "Halloween was originally a pagan holiday called Samhain.""All Saints Day, " a shrill voice on the phone argued."Samhain came first. I ... Posted: February 6th. 2000 Views: 13,540 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: April 21st. 1999
- Karma - Agona Darkeagle
Karma, by definition, is receiving what one gives, be it positive or negative. But I've seen people argue whether it's appropriate to cast a spell invoking the Threefold Law against a harasser or to just let it fall into the Godde ... Posted: January 8th. 2000 Views: 16,045 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: April 16th. 1999
- Tarot for Teenagers - Seamus
Divination is a fascinating art. No, not the art of fascination, that's completely different. We're talking about seeing the truth here, and I don't just mean the future. Divination can be used for all sorts of information. It can ... Posted: April 21st. 1999 Views: 12,526 - [ Full Article ]
Week of: July 28th. 1997
- The Big Peeve - Seamus
Listen up kiddies, 'cause this is serious. Being a teenage witch, I can relate to many problems that are being discovered by the many younger members of our religion. I know that as teenagers, we are indeed very inquisitive and ve ... Posted: April 16th. 1999 Views: 13,251 - [ Full Article ]
- Enviromental Activism - Peg Aloi [Witchvox Sponsor]
When I started writing an essay on environmental activism and how it applies to Witchcraft, I took several approaches. First, I wrote about my summer working for Greenpeace, and what an eye-opening experience it was: to be simulta ... Posted: July 28th. 1997 Views: 5,132 - [ Full Article ]
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