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Week of: March 21st. 2010

  • Teens: How to Deal With Tough Situations - CerrayaSlaughterHouse

    How do you explain to a family member that you are not acting out “Charmed, ” and playing as Pheobe or Piper? It can be difficult to get someone to understand what Wicca is and that you are practicing it. Ask any Pagan or Wiccan a ... Posted: March 21st. 2010   Views: 4,051   - [ Full Article ]

  • Acceptance In Our Community - Leona Underwood

    Many people have said their peace about the different paths. You can be a Heathen, a Wiccan, a Pagan, anything. We are all here for the same reason though, to be connected. For a long time we have been prosecuted by others. We cou ... Posted: March 21st. 2010   Views: 3,371   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: February 14th. 2010

  • Applying School Concepts to Wicca - CerrayaSlaughterHouse

    “Close your eyes and visualize this. You are walking around in Central Park. It’s autumn, and the leaves are warm reds and browns. Two kids are playing in the grass, running around. One is a little boy, and one is a little girl. T ... Posted: February 14th. 2010   Views: 4,270   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: January 3rd. 2010

  • Finding Wicca - Indigo

    So where to begin? My own personal story of how I found Wicca is rather long. I can give you the abridged version however. It was something that has been with me for a long time. You often hear people say there were pagan there wh ... Posted: January 3rd. 2010   Views: 4,259   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: December 20th. 2009

  • On Being Yourself - Chi

    It’s a fundamental saying. Everyone has heard it before, and most of us think it just means doing what we want. “Be yourself”. This means not being the unfortunate accountant who has always longed to be an artist. To most of us, i ... Posted: December 20th. 2009   Views: 3,321   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: November 29th. 2009

  • Finding A Space To Call Your Own - Chi

    Altars are kind of common knowledge, I know, but I thought I should add my two cents. This article is mainly for those Wiccans, Witches, or Pagans out there who for one reason or another can’t have a typical altar or sacred space. ... Posted: November 29th. 2009   Views: 5,109   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 9th. 2009

  • Practicing While Still A Teenager - MissElphie

    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: 5,263   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: April 19th. 2009

  • Teen Covens: Pros and Cons - Faythe

    Sally: “Hey, Annie, wouldn’t it be a kick-arse idea to make a coven?”Annie: “You know, that does sound cool. I bet a lot of people would join.”Sally: “Yeah, let’s start planning. We could do the creation ceremony t ... Posted: April 19th. 2009   Views: 6,095   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: March 1st. 2009

  • Teen Covens: Pros and Cons - Faythe

    Sally: “Hey, Annie, wouldn’t it be a kick-arse idea to make a coven?”Annie: “You know, that does sound cool. I bet a lot of people would join.”Sally: “Yeah, let’s start planning. We could do the creation ceremony t ... Posted: March 1st. 2009   Views: 6,488   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: February 8th. 2009

  • Neo-Pagan: Combining the Past and the Present - MoonFire Anera

    Let’s consider this for a few minutes. There are many in the large and assorted pagan community who shun the “neo-pagan” path as the shallow, under-developed side of Wicca and various other pagan religions. Some even call it “Wicc ... Posted: February 8th. 2009   Views: 3,514   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: January 4th. 2009

  • Religion By Default - Is It Fair? - Luthien

    For a long time there has been a tendency for young people to be lulled into the local default religion without question; but in today’s society, with the Internet, more travel links and an ever-increasing cultural diversity in ci ... Posted: January 4th. 2009   Views: 4,374   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: November 2nd. 2008

  • It's Not as Simple as Black and White (Magick) - Bright-Summer Natsukamiki

    Light and Dark. Is there such a thing? Can people be as simple as Good and Bad, Benevolent and Malicious? This is a question I am sure many people have asked themselves, - well maybe not, but I have. In Wicca, I do not see ... Posted: November 2nd. 2008   Views: 3,738   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: October 26th. 2008

  • Wicca for Teens Lacking in Money, Time, and/or Privacy - Faythe

    If you're like me, you've read a lot of beginner books on Wicca and Witchcraft. And more often than not, you'll see in these books that the authors give lists and lists and lists of tools and rituals and things. Most of the tools ... Posted: October 26th. 2008   Views: 9,864   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: October 12th. 2008

  • Basic Candle Magick - Jeff Pierce

    Candle Magic has been around for many, many years, being traced as far back as the Paleolithic era. It is a very powerful form of sympathetic magic.There are many factors that play into the art of candle magic. As we know ... Posted: October 12th. 2008   Views: 4,578   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 4th. 2008

  • 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: 5,247   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: May 4th. 2008

  • Love, Pride, and Silence - Faythe

    People who are proud of their religion want to put it out there in to the world. They want to make the world know that their religion is incredible. But when you’re Wiccan, no matter how much you want to put it out in to the world ... Posted: May 4th. 2008   Views: 5,641   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: September 30th. 2007

  • Metaphysical Shop? What's That? - Michael Wolfheart

    The Black Hills of South Dakota…We have tourist attractions aplenty, bookstores, music stores, hardware stores, diners, everything you would expect from a community that is based on Tourism in the summer and supporting itself the ... Posted: September 30th. 2007   Views: 5,080   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: November 6th. 2006

  • Which Witch of a Witch Am I? - Isis Rose

    The title of this essay has been the very question that has been running through my head since the day I became interested in the craft. When I was young, my mother and grandmother secretly taught me the ways of our gypsy ... Posted: November 6th. 2006   Views: 4,788   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: February 19th. 2006

  • The Gothic Wiccan - Widdershins

    When I saw here on Witchvox that the topic of Gothic Wiccans had been touched upon, my curiosity was immediately stirred as to what was said about it, being a Gothic Wiccan myself. The thought occurred to me that I would say somet ... Posted: February 19th. 2006   Views: 14,642   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: January 8th. 2006

  • The Divine Self - The Nature Of God In Unity and Duality - Eilan

    “In the name of Dryghtyn, the Ancient Providence, Who was from the beginning and is for eternity, Male and Female, the Original Source of all things;All-knowing, all-pervading, all-powerful;Changeless, eternal.” ... Posted: January 8th. 2006   Views: 5,619   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: October 2nd. 2005

  • Do Whatever Makes You Happy - Mydnyht

    The first thing that comes to mind when we Pagans think of an interfaith relationship are Wiccans and Christians. Sure, there are other monotheistic religions out there, but for some reason, it’s these two that seem to bump heads ... Posted: October 2nd. 2005   Views: 9,147   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: September 25th. 2005

  • We Love Our Psychics - Akasha

    I’ve decided the way I laugh at psychics is the way Christians laugh at televangelists like Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker. And I’m not talking people with the sincere capability and sensitivity to be aware of things other people are n ... Posted: September 25th. 2005   Views: 7,506   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 21st. 2005

  • Falling Through And Staying Strong - Ailuros

    Love: it is one of the things that people crave most in this world. Some people have said that love is but a waste of time and energy, that it is nothing more than a game; I have heard friends talk about it this way. But when some ... Posted: August 21st. 2005   Views: 6,815   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: August 7th. 2005

  • Teenaged Witches And Pagans - Lady Luna

    I have been studying and practicing Paganism for many years and Witchcraft for many more. I have taught what I know and helped guide others for the past 2.5 years. Over this time I have discovered that teen Witches have an extreme ... Posted: August 7th. 2005   Views: 9,112   - [ Full Article ]

Week of: June 5th. 2005

  • Learning To Take Care Of Yourself - Your Whole Self - Mydnyht

    I was looking at the suggested topic for this season, and at first I just dismissed it, slightly amused. “Responsibility?” I thought. “That doesn’t apply to me – I’m not responsible; I’m just a kid! What have I ever done that’s re ... Posted: June 5th. 2005   Views: 5,825   - [ Full Article ]

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