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  • Greenwood Tradition Celtic Shamanic Wicca - Meri Fowler [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The Greenwood Tradition is a dynamic Wiccan tradition that emerged from our spiritual practice in 2004. While it appears to be a new Tradition, an interesting tapestry of many old teachings influences its roots and connections. I ... Posted: June 5th. 2011   Views: 9,234   - [ Full Article ]

  • Keepers of Ancient Mysteries (.K.A.M.) - Coven of Andredsweald

    © 1987, Keepers of the Ancient Mysteries ( .K.A.M. ) Often Traditional Wiccans are asked to describe our religion and beliefs for interested people, who may or may not have confused us with other Pagan religions, wi ... Posted: February 1st. 2015   Views: 5,194   - [ Full Article ]

  • Keltrian Druidism - Tony Taylor

    Keltrian Druidism was founded in 1985 by members of Ár nDra"ocht Féin who were looking for a Celtic-specific path. In doing so, they built an organization, The Henge of Keltria, and a tradition honoring our ancestors, revering the ... Posted: December 6th. 2003   Views: 19,369   - [ Full Article ]

  • Learning Consciousness - Naya Aerodiode

    My partner, Onix, in the middle of his high school years, moved to a very rural area in the deep south where the value placed on education wasn't nearly as high he was accustomed to in his hometown of Long Beach, California (talk ... Posted: December 2nd. 2012   Views: 6,008   - [ Full Article ]

  • Mikkyo - A Japanese Esoteric Tradition - Pagan Communities

    Removed at the author's request - June 22nd. 2004 ... Posted: October 27th. 2002   Views: 27,224   - [ Full Article ]

  • Modern Maya Rituals - Janice Van Cleve

    By great good fortune, I was recently invited to join a tour through Guatemala as a guest lecturer. The major focus of our itinerary was to witness and participate in a number of modern Maya rituals. The Maya developed a v ... Posted: February 6th. 2011   Views: 7,674   - [ Full Article ]

  • Mystai of the Moon - Dreamweaver

    History: The Mystai of the Moon was founded as a Tradition in October 2008 by the Sisters of the Dream a New Dream Coven. We did this when we realized that our spiritual path collectively was taking us in a direction that n ... Posted: September 30th. 2012   Views: 4,971   - [ Full Article ]

  • Neo Paganism - The Fourth Branch - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Henotheism is based on the belief that a god may take on any form at any time and still have the same essential nature. The central idea is that one name for a god may be used in a circumstance where a particular aspect of this go ... Posted: August 29th. 2010   Views: 5,962   - [ Full Article ]

  • The New England Covens of Traditionalist Witches (NECTW) - Ash McSidhe [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Gwen Thompson (1928-1986) , a hereditary Witch from New Haven, Connecticut. It is with the utmost respect that the Elders of the NECTW dedicate this essay to the loving memory and the living Tradition of Gwen Thompson. Gwe ... Posted: January 1st. 2015   Views: 4,473   - [ Full Article ]

  • Reclaiming Tradition Witchcraft - M Macha Nightmare

    TRADITION... Reclaiming Tradition Witchcraftby M. Macha NightMare, with input from Vibra ... Posted: January 13th. 2001   Views: 58,630   - [ Full Article ]

  • Shenandoah Fireside Circle Discontinued - Old Richard [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Due to relocation to Ohio, this Circle has been discontinued. ... Posted: December 20th. 2009   Views: 9,009   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Veiled Goddess - Nar Leoterra

    Throughout history, women have covered their hair for a variety of reasons. Wearing a veil has been seen as a symbol of a woman’s status – marriage or otherwise. Brides have worn veils for centuries to protect them from the evil e ... Posted: April 8th. 2012   Views: 12,685   - [ Full Article ]

  • What is a Shaman? - Alfred Willowhawk, DMsc, MS, Shamanic Practitioner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    What IS a Shaman? Go ahead; answer the question for yourself. Is it an individual with bad hygiene who lives in the woods, eating berries, nuts, fruit and mushrooms? Is it a person who spends years living in a jungle somewhere who ... Posted: March 3rd. 2013   Views: 8,793   - [ Full Article ]

  • Where is the Neo Pagan Community? - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I have been watching Neo Paganism since about 1960. And the one thing that neo pagans love to talk about is ‘community’. My question; is where is this much vaulted ‘community’ amongst neo pagans? If one cuts through the hype and t ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 8,107   - [ Full Article ]

  • The WICA Tradition (a.k.a. The New York WICA Tradition) - Lucian

    HistoryThe WICA Tradition (or New York WICA Tradition) was established by Edmund Buczynski (Lord Gwydion) in the early 70s. Gwydion was elevated to 3* by a high priestess named Sira into the Gardnerian Tradition-Ken ... Posted: April 2nd. 2017   Views: 3,634   - [ Full Article ]

  • X - Steven Bragg

    X ... Posted: November 30th. 2008   Views: 6,972   - [ Full Article ]

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