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September 14th. 2008

  • Pagans, Back To Basics - Emeleth

    Can you still be a Witch if you can’t afford the “proper” ingredients for spell working? Can you still be Pagan if you cannot afford the gas to go to festivals or coven gatherings? Does your connection to the Earth and the divine ... Posted: September 14th. 2008   Views: 4,302   - [ Full Article ]

  • Speculation That The 'Windsor Witches' Raised Energy (Part 1) - Zan Fraser

    Four women of Windsor, England, were arraigned in January 1579, and condemned as “notorious witches.” The judgment (based upon their apparent confessions) was that they had caused the deaths of a number of people through their “So ... Posted: September 14th. 2008   Views: 3,401   - [ Full Article ]

September 7th. 2008

  • Paganism - Past or Present - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    One often hears neo pagans talking about following the “old ways” and I stop and wonder why? There are even neo pagan groups who call themselves re-constructionists. Exactly what is it that they are trying to reconstruct and more ... Posted: September 7th. 2008   Views: 2,883   - [ Full Article ]

  • Upon the Paradox of Solitary Practice Within a Fertility Tradition - Grey Glamer

    If the practice of Witchcraft teaches us anything, the lesson is this: The cosmos which you and I share is one filled with paradoxes both subtle and breathtaking. One cannot be a walker between the worlds without simultaneously fe ... Posted: September 7th. 2008   Views: 2,823   - [ Full Article ]

August 24th. 2008

  • How Can I Deal With Eleusis? - Janice Van Cleve

    How can I deal with the experiences of Eleusis? How can I manage the powerful emotions, which still swirl within me or contain the euphoric joy that pops and sparks in my heart like fireworks in July? It’s all I can do to keep fro ... Posted: August 24th. 2008   Views: 2,879   - [ Full Article ]

  • Bad Luck? Or Something Else? - Talitha Dragonfly

    Some people outwardly appear to be worse off than others. Is this due to back luck? Or could the reasons actually be something much deeper?Many philosophers and psychologists answer this question by saying that someone who ... Posted: August 24th. 2008   Views: 2,869   - [ Full Article ]

  • Coming Out Of The Broom Closet: My Own Answer. - Mirshalak

    This was a mental dialogue/experience I had earlier this morning, in relation to the topic of what's been called, "Coming out of the broom closet, " or telling people that you've become Wiccan. I won't say for sure that I myself b ... Posted: August 24th. 2008   Views: 2,627   - [ Full Article ]

August 17th. 2008

  • In the Shadows - Nightingveil

    Back in 2003, after several years of conversation with my best friend and others in the Pagan community, it occurred to me that there was an often a gap to be found in available resources related to aspects that were of a darker n ... Posted: August 17th. 2008   Views: 3,986   - [ Full Article ]

  • Demons - Bob Makransky

    In our society the stigma attached to believing in demons is quite strong. Anyone who admits to believing in demons is considered crazy or stupid, or perhaps evil, and is no longer taken seriously. However, our society’s view of t ... Posted: August 17th. 2008   Views: 3,495   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pagan Fallacies: A Perspective - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Over the years I have always advocated for a genuine pagan community, but as the years pass my hopes for such a community is beginning to falter. Many Elders have left the community at large and have retired to their own p ... Posted: August 17th. 2008   Views: 3,328   - [ Full Article ]

  • Labor Day: A Pagan Perspective - Mulebristle

    On the first Monday in September, highways that are normally clogged with traffic this time of morning are empty as the nation sleeps-in on the unofficial closing of the summer season. Quite a few of us have trouble remembering wh ... Posted: August 17th. 2008   Views: 2,740   - [ Full Article ]

August 10th. 2008

  • Eclecticism a.k.a. The Salad Bar Hypothesis - Talitha Dragonfly

    The television was on in my bedroom the other day. I wasn't really paying attention to what was on. It was something that my husband was watching. I couldn't even tell you what program it was, or even what it was about. Bu ... Posted: August 10th. 2008   Views: 4,452   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Square Root of a Square - Blacksun95

    As any who came from a background of being raised in one of the three major revealed religions that dominate in the USA can attest, there is a fundamental difference between Pagans and nearly all Christian, Jewish, and Muslim foll ... Posted: August 10th. 2008   Views: 2,671   - [ Full Article ]

  • Final Paper for a Class in Hellenistic Magic - De Lady Diavanii

    The materials on presentation during the Hellenistic Magic course from the Literature Department at the University of California at Santa Cruz last quarter contain many causes for thought. Writings of two types are prevalent. The ... Posted: August 10th. 2008   Views: 2,493   - [ Full Article ]

  • Organization is Key - Emilia

    Summer is coming to an end, unfortunately. Samhain is right around the corner, and I cannot wait. I enjoy the festivities of Summer-the car shows, county fairs, etc. I love wandering around the fairgrounds, looking at all the knic ... Posted: August 10th. 2008   Views: 2,265   - [ Full Article ]

August 4th. 2008

  • Pagan Festivals and Civil Authorities - Cindy Wilson (aka Olympias)

    I am concerned over the apparent increase of civil authority inspections of festivals, people, and personal property at Pagan festivals and gatherings. It goes without saying that folks who attend these events should remain well w ... Posted: August 4th. 2008   Views: 3,681   - [ Full Article ]

July 27th. 2008

  • The Changing Role of Men in Wicca - Morgan Ravenwood

    It is unfortunate but too often true that male Wiccans find themselves relegated to a passive, almost non-existent role in Wicca and many other Pagan traditions, thereby depriving their female counterparts of some potentially usef ... Posted: July 27th. 2008   Views: 7,352   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Pagan Man - Panisch Lockelear

    When you see images of the green man, Hermes, and the horned gods of many pagan religious paths, it is easy to deduce that the male role is important within out pagan society. When I was younger, I went from elder to elder seeking ... Posted: July 27th. 2008   Views: 4,066   - [ Full Article ]

  • Thoughts of the Pagan Community - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    On a quiet spring morning, I find myself walking along a secluded beach lost in contemplation on the wiles of life. Witch born and witch bred, my senses begin to reel with the forces of energy that swirl all about. I watch ... Posted: July 27th. 2008   Views: 3,298   - [ Full Article ]

July 20th. 2008

  • On Choosing and Following Your Own Path - Alfred Willowhawk, DMsc, RMT, CTM, Shaman

    "What path is right for me?” is a question that each seeker asks at least once in their lives. As children, most individuals follow the pathways of their parents. Even if a parent has no particular spiritual path, the child is inf ... Posted: July 20th. 2008   Views: 5,103   - [ Full Article ]

  • Solitary or Tradition: The Right To Be Called Wiccan - Ryan Hatcher

    I have read many articles in which the authors state that those who follow traditions are true Wiccans and that solitaries cannot abide under the label ‘Wiccan’. However, Wicca, and most pagan branches had to have been created fro ... Posted: July 20th. 2008   Views: 4,854   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Road Later Traveled - RiJayden

    In the stories I’ve read here, it appears that many people began Paganism in their early teens. Not me. I started at eighteen, and didn’t get serious until twenty-one. My story is hard for me to believe, after looking back these t ... Posted: July 20th. 2008   Views: 3,047   - [ Full Article ]

July 13th. 2008

  • Kathy Lee Apologized...Sort of - Greymentality

    A few weeks ago I checked in on The Witches’ Voice to read an article concerning a certain daytime TV celebrity that caused a large hiccup in the Pagan community. Kathy Lee called Pagans mean and nasty. This statement was said off ... Posted: July 13th. 2008   Views: 6,330   - [ Full Article ]

  • Traditional vs. Eclectic: We’re Not “All One Wicca” - Hexeengel

    [Please note: For the purposes of this piece, the terms “Wicca” and “Wiccan (s) ” will refer to the British Traditional family of religious Witchcraft Traditions and those who follow them, the Traditions then including, but ... Posted: July 13th. 2008   Views: 4,692   - [ Full Article ]

  • Defending On-Line Witch Schools - Silverwolf

    I was recently listening to some pretty serious “on-line witch school” bashing and I had some real issues with the statements that were being made. Books have their place, live teachers have their place, and on-line schools (aka “ ... Posted: July 13th. 2008   Views: 3,944   - [ Full Article ]

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