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October 10th. 2004

  • Realizing the Pagan Evolution - Rev. Gina Pond [Witchvox Sponsor]

    ."..[M]any of us "oldies" becom[e] quite dismissive of the younger, which is a shame as this new generation has much to contribute and should not be dismissed as "fluffy bunnies" - a term we detest by the way! This generation i ... Posted: October 10th. 2004   Views: 7,637   - [ Full Article ]

  • Getting Back to the Roots of The Craft - Paul Netusil

    As Pagans today, we are finally able to practice freely again. Recognized as a religion since 1985, we have done very little since then to not only move forward in a unified way to decide the future for our children, how they will ... Posted: October 10th. 2004   Views: 4,568   - [ Full Article ]

October 3rd. 2004

  • The Spirituality of Winston - RuneWolf [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Winston is my familiar. I just offered him the job today, and he appears to have accepted the position. If nothing else, he has responded to the offer as he seems to respond to all the opportunities that life presents him: ... Posted: October 3rd. 2004   Views: 7,683   - [ Full Article ]

September 12th. 2004

  • The Power of the Simple - Paul Netusil

    When I was 18 I had already finished my Year and a Day with my first teacher. I wanted to expand my horizons a bit and asked the man who eventually became my teacher to show me his Craft. I went into a very long explanation of how ... Posted: September 12th. 2004   Views: 4,509   - [ Full Article ]

September 3rd. 2004

  • Calling Down the Moon - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Calling Down the Moon, sometimes referred to as Drawing Down the Moon or Calling to the Sky Goddess, is a very wonderfully mystical experience, for you are standing before your Goddess, by whatever name you ca ... Posted: September 3rd. 2004   Views: 12,389   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Solitary Approach of an Experimenter - Taylor Ellwood [Witchvox Sponsor]

    For the eleven years I've actively practiced magick, I have been a solitary for most of it. I remember that, several days into deciding I was going to practice magick, I met a kid at my high school who said he was a shaman. He off ... Posted: September 3rd. 2004   Views: 6,397   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Somerset: Levels, Leylines and Layers - Erwyllian

    The Somerset: Levels, Leylines and Layersby Michael CalabreseEmail: mcalabrese@ ... Posted: September 3rd. 2004   Views: 5,764   - [ Full Article ]

August 21st. 2004

  • Weathering the Storm - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I am a Witch of the Old World. No, I was not born in the Old World nor am I thousands of years old, (thought some may consider me so). Yet, by the blessings of all the powers that be, I was trained and brought up in the knowledge ... Posted: August 21st. 2004   Views: 7,207   - [ Full Article ]

  • Solitary Practice - RuneWolf [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Even when I was a Covener, I was mostly Solitary.Now, I know what you're probably thinking: "Geez, Wolfie's been in the unguentum Sabbati again..."But for the entire period that I was officially a member of ... Posted: August 21st. 2004   Views: 5,356   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Ethics Of Magick - Frances

    Some people are of the belief that when it comes to the practice of magick that anything goes. Magick is after all, simply that - magick. It is not caught up in ethics or morals. While this is correct, magick is actually shaped by ... Posted: August 21st. 2004   Views: 4,961   - [ Full Article ]

August 7th. 2004

  • The Blending of Magick - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Somewhere deep within the Ozark Mountains, on a mid summer night, stood a small gentle woman wearing a long dark skirt covered with a crisp, clean white apron. Her face, careworn from years of life, could only give a gl ... Posted: August 7th. 2004   Views: 6,570   - [ Full Article ]

July 31st. 2004

  • Arousing the Goddess: A Man's Encounters with Kali in India - Tim Ward

    I first heard about the Goddess from the lips of a Belgian Tibetan Buddhist monk. It was at a monastery in the Himalayas where I was studying Buddhism for the summer. He told me that we were living in Kaliyuga, the Age of Destruct ... Posted: July 31st. 2004   Views: 9,039   - [ Full Article ]

July 16th. 2004

  • Pagan Pastoral Counseling - Stone Riley

    My work in pastoral counseling - as a religious minister giving people advice - is distinctly different from the work of a psychotherapist. There is some overlap in the two fields, certainly, but a psychotherapist studies and exer ... Posted: July 16th. 2004   Views: 4,008   - [ Full Article ]

July 12th. 2004

  • Hopping Down the Bunny Trail - Neoma

    I didn't set out to be a "fluffy bunny" but, as an Eclectic Witch, I evidently am well on my way down the bunny trail. Some Pagans have reserved the term fluffy bunny to refer to individuals (usually teens) for whom Wicca ... Posted: July 12th. 2004   Views: 7,603   - [ Full Article ]

  • Community, Festivals, and Service - Taylor Ellwood [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Probably the most enjoyable aspect of the Pagan lifestyle is the festivals that a person can go to. Some of these festivals are large, well-know events such as Starwood or the Real Witches Ball. Some are small events ... Posted: July 12th. 2004   Views: 5,822   - [ Full Article ]

July 3rd. 2004

  • Warlock: The Other 'W-Word' - RuneWolf [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I have recently taken to referring to myself as a Warlock. At midnight on the Summer Solstice, in a solitary seaside ritual, I made it "official." Now why in the world would I want to do such a boneheaded thing as that? ... Posted: July 3rd. 2004   Views: 15,383   - [ Full Article ]

June 28th. 2004

  • Once in a Blue Moon - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    "Once in a Blue Moon" is a common way of saying "hardly ever" or "not too often," but what precisely is a Blue Moon?  According to the accepted definition, it is the second Full Moon to occur in a single calendar month.My ... Posted: June 28th. 2004   Views: 23,061   - [ Full Article ]

June 21st. 2004

  • Water, Mermaids and Magick - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    "Since once I sat upon a promontory,And heard a Mermaid on a dolphin's backUttering such dulcet and harmonious breathThat the rude sea grew civil at her song,And certain stars shot madly from their spheres, ... Posted: June 21st. 2004   Views: 23,559   - [ Full Article ]

  • Shamanic Wicca: Feeling It in Your Bones - Pan

    Witches were among the shamans of Europe. Although the word shaman originated in Siberia, today it refers to a universal set of spiritual practices that people have in common all over the world. The oldest roots of Witchcraft were ... Posted: June 21st. 2004   Views: 14,757   - [ Full Article ]

  • Interview: Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone Pt. II - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Webnote: if you missed Part I of this interview... Click HERE.You have retained a three-degree system of initiation in your coven. Ple ... Posted: June 21st. 2004   Views: 11,584   - [ Full Article ]

  • Women of the Goddess Circle - Janice Van Cleve

    Women of the Goddess Circle is a Pagan community of women in the Dianic tradition of Wicca based in Seattle. The Dianic tradition worships the Goddess alone without reference to the God as in mainstream Wicca. We have chosen the e ... Posted: June 21st. 2004   Views: 5,816   - [ Full Article ]

June 14th. 2004

  • Interview: Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone Pt. I - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Prominent British authors Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone, residents of the Republic of Ireland, will be traveling across the USA this summer to promote their new book, Progressive Witchcraft. Progressive Witchcraft ... Posted: June 14th. 2004   Views: 18,490   - [ Full Article ]

June 1st. 2004

  • Integrating Depression and Spirituality: Resources for Pagans - B. T. Newberg

    I became interested in the relationship between Paganism and depression when it began to dawn on me, after years of dealing with depression, that I had been deeply changed by it. The changes were not only psychological or emotiona ... Posted: June 1st. 2004   Views: 14,882   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Importance of Communication in Magickal Workings - Taylor Ellwood [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Lately, I've been forcibly reminded by various events in my life how important communication is within any kind of relationship. If you keep the lines of communication open, a foundation of trust is built and from that foundation ... Posted: June 1st. 2004   Views: 7,183   - [ Full Article ]

May 15th. 2004

  • A Coven of Solitaries - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Over the last year since we began Ravensgrove Coven here in Florida, I have received hundreds of emails asking how it works and how is it possible to have a Coven of Solitary Witches. I am Lady Abigail, High Priestess of Ravensgro ... Posted: May 15th. 2004   Views: 6,530   - [ Full Article ]

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