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October 29th. 2006

  • Horse and Hattock - Sarah Anne Lawless [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Horse and hattock! Horse and go! Horse and Pellatis, Ho Ho!This may be a familiar chant to many Wiccans and Witches and commonly used in ritual, but many of us are clueless as to the meaning behind this chant an ... Posted: October 29th. 2006   Views: 6,199   - [ Full Article ]

October 22nd. 2006

  • Otherkin and the Pagan Community - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    One of my favorite things about the pagan community is how diverse it is, and how much overlap there is with other subcultures. Back in December when my essay "I Am a Pagan Reject" [1] came out here in Witchvox, I got a ton of re ... Posted: October 22nd. 2006   Views: 8,231   - [ Full Article ]

October 15th. 2006

  • The Nature of Good and Evil? - Crowshadower

    Good and Evil are concepts that are used by certain established religions to enforce their way of thinking. Remember that, according to some of those religions, we are Evil simply by virtue of not being part of their faith. How, t ... Posted: October 15th. 2006   Views: 3,911   - [ Full Article ]

October 8th. 2006

October 1st. 2006

  • Sexual Equality in the Craft Can Exist . . . - Rook

    …if you get your head out of your rear.I am personally opposed to the opinion that Wicca/the Craft/Paganism has been “de-masculinized,” as I have heard or seen it called. I will go through a few points as to why I think so ... Posted: October 1st. 2006   Views: 4,359   - [ Full Article ]

  • It Becomes What We Say - Theresa Chaze

    Where we put our focus is what the universe will bring to us. Recently I realized that my prayer of protection was more of a magnetic for negativity than a shield and that when I sought prosperity the money flowed out as fast as i ... Posted: October 1st. 2006   Views: 3,274   - [ Full Article ]

September 24th. 2006

  • Death Without Fear - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I have noticed that many people find death as something of which they are afraid. A lot of people feel somehow uncomfortable even discussing the idea of death or dying. I believe they really don’t understand that death is only a s ... Posted: September 24th. 2006   Views: 4,947   - [ Full Article ]

September 17th. 2006

  • Finding Athena's Secret Temple - Carissa Stormbringer

    As a Hecatite Witch, I always have an interesting dream life. After my husband’s National Guard unit was put on alert for possible duty in the Middle East, my dreams went from interesting to terrifying. Different imagery each time ... Posted: September 17th. 2006   Views: 4,438   - [ Full Article ]

  • Family Traditions? - Lawmage

    I have recently had the unfortunate opportunity to spend some time contemplating both my past and my future. I say unfortunate because the opportunity was predicated upon the premature death of my mother. She died on the 1st day o ... Posted: September 17th. 2006   Views: 3,489   - [ Full Article ]

  • Modern Day Mayhem: Time, Release, and Learning to Fly - Raveneve Night

    Modern-Day Mayhem: Time, Release, and Learning to Fly“How do we know who we are, if we don’t know who we are?”It is easy to hide the Self in the mayhem we consider the modern-day world. We are encouraged to fill ev ... Posted: September 17th. 2006   Views: 2,858   - [ Full Article ]

September 10th. 2006

  • Gone Fishin! - Diotima Mantineia [Witchvox Sponsor]

    One of my favorite nuggets of spiritual advice is proffered by a Christian mystic and theologian named Frederick Buechner. Here’s the quote: Listen to your life. See it for the fathomless mystery that it is, i ... Posted: September 10th. 2006   Views: 3,370   - [ Full Article ]

September 3rd. 2006

  • Movement Art : An Expansion of Body Awareness - MaidenMoonDancer

    We are all aware that in this age in society, there is always a right way to do something and a wrong way; or so we’ve been told. As a Pagan community immersed in the Blessings all around us, I would hardly think that many of us ... Posted: September 3rd. 2006   Views: 2,407   - [ Full Article ]

August 27th. 2006

  • What is God/dess? - Magisel

    I, being a Pagan, believe in multiple gods/goddesses; however, I have quite a different view about this than, say, a Wiccan might have. Then there’s the difference between Paganism and Christianity, or any other monotheistic relig ... Posted: August 27th. 2006   Views: 2,487   - [ Full Article ]

August 20th. 2006

  • Dark Ethics: Shining A Light On The Left-Hand Path - Sickle

    (Note: The following is a possible interpretation of Left-Hand spirituality. As with any religion, spirituality, or way of life, variations do occur. In no way am I saying the following is the only way to walk the Left-Hand Path; ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 5,223   - [ Full Article ]

  • In Defense of Blended Tradition Witches - Shadow

    There’s been some heated debate lately about the validity of certain types of blended Pagan traditions, Christian-Wicca in particular. By blended traditions, I’m referring to people that deliberately mix Pagan beliefs and practice ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 4,801   - [ Full Article ]

  • Manuscripts De-Mystified - Phillupus Doctor Ekklesiae Antinoou

    A great deal of modern Paganism has some interest in, or shows some influence derived from, Celtic religion, ranging from the names of the four quarter-days (Samain, Imbolc, Beltaine, and Lugnasad) or in concepts of deity, includi ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 3,730   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Pagan Aversion to Organization: Benefit or Detriment? - Morgan Ravenwood

    Recently, in a Pagan-themed message board I belong to, the issue of organization as it pertains to the Pagan community arose and very quickly developed into a hotly debated topic that I’ve since encountered in other online groups. ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 3,206   - [ Full Article ]

  • Back to the Drawing Board - Rook

    Clickety-click, I open the email with “Witchvox” and “A wayward traveler” in the subject line. I wonder who sent this to me, and if they had read my very first (!) Witchvox essay on Shielding.If he hadn’t yet read my essay ... Posted: August 20th. 2006   Views: 2,579   - [ Full Article ]

August 13th. 2006

  • The Allure of WitchCamp - Wolf

    Solitary practice and the occasional public ritual are not enough magic for me. Once a year, I have to retreat to sacred space for a week to recharge my magical batteries, to remind my self (small s) what I’m really about, what my ... Posted: August 13th. 2006   Views: 8,624   - [ Full Article ]

  • To Charge or Not: A Pagan Author's View on Fees - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Ever since I got involved in Pagan ways a decade or so ago, one of the hottest debates has been whether or not to charge for services such as classes or readings. On the one side are those who claim that charging money takes away ... Posted: August 13th. 2006   Views: 5,135   - [ Full Article ]

  • Educating Non-Pagans - Diana Lightwolf

    This year I wrote a research paper on the medicinal uses of traditional herbs that covered their use in the old ways and in modern medicine. While writing this paper, I consulted some of the Scott Cunningham and D.J. Conway books ... Posted: August 13th. 2006   Views: 5,060   - [ Full Article ]

  • Witch Wars: The Fight to be Right - Phae Talon

    Some Thoughts on Community - A community is something that most of us strive for. The gathering of souls of a like mind is a very powerful calling. Even those who are not converts from a monotheistic, congregation-s ... Posted: August 13th. 2006   Views: 4,657   - [ Full Article ]

  • Being Singled Out - Is It Good For Me? - Larissa

    If you were singled out, what would you do? If you could go back in time and prevent it from happening...would you? My first instinct is to say, "YES!" But then I have to think. Would I be the person I am today without a struggle ... Posted: August 13th. 2006   Views: 3,528   - [ Full Article ]

July 30th. 2006

  • The Holy Days Through Irish Eyes - Blackbird

    For Irish Pagans, a big chunk of our tradition relies heavily on those Irish Legends recorded in such books as Annals of Ulster, Book of Leinster, and the Annals of Four Masters. It is upon these legends I base my observations and ... Posted: July 30th. 2006   Views: 6,589   - [ Full Article ]

  • DaVinci Code Movie - Many audiences missing the point - The Country Goddess

    Those who saw The DaVinci Code could not miss the feminine divine aspects of the movie. The pentagram, Mary Magdalene, and fact that the movie is about dual divinity, both feminine and masculine, and the fact both must be present ... Posted: July 30th. 2006   Views: 5,314   - [ Full Article ]

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