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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: 5,102   - [ 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: 4,672   - [ 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: 3,609   - [ 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: 3,114   - [ 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: 2,469   - [ Full Article ]

August 13th. 2006

  • 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: 4,951   - [ 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: 4,936   - [ 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: 4,542   - [ 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: 3,412   - [ 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: 6,419   - [ 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: 5,213   - [ Full Article ]

July 23rd. 2006

  • Chants in Wiccan and Pagan Rituals - Alfred Surenyan

    Introduction... Imagine we enter into a time machine. We go back thousands of years into the primitive tribes of the world. On a hilltop, we see a group of people. They are dancing and chanting around a fire. These ... Posted: July 23rd. 2006   Views: 9,171   - [ Full Article ]

  • Mental Illness and the Witch - Cate Cavanagh

    by Cate CavanaghMany who know they are extremely sad or otherwise watching life by the sidelines do everything except consider their problem as a medical condition. Many of us grew up with the ethics of have a stiff upper ... Posted: July 23rd. 2006   Views: 4,234   - [ Full Article ]

  • Say the Magic Words: From Movie Magic to Personal Power - witchdoctorjoe

    “Corono Rhombusos Ancile!” I love Latin. Corono means, “to encircle”, Rhombusos is “a sorcerer’s magic circle” and Ancile is a “holy shield from heaven”. Spoken together with conviction, they form an impenetrable force field. The ... Posted: July 23rd. 2006   Views: 3,769   - [ Full Article ]

  • Logos, Mythos, and Wicca: The Da Vinci Chaos - Shadow

    Of all the controversial works of fiction these days, few have been as heavily criticized, and in some cases feared, as The Da Vinci Code. With conservatives and fundamentalists (particularly Catholics) calling it an attack ... Posted: July 23rd. 2006   Views: 3,386   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Personal Philosphy of Faery Art - DeerWoman

    Everyone has their own intensely personal manner of creating art, an unconscious or subconscious way in which we perceive the world and translate it into image, movement, word, or sound. Many times people also develop a more or le ... Posted: July 23rd. 2006   Views: 3,277   - [ Full Article ]

July 16th. 2006

  • Food for Thought - dixiewitch

    As I sit here with my young two years old Witchlett son, Dragon Hart. I stare off at the television and see the devastation and disaster that have plagued the gulf coast. I think to myself how does someone discuss this with your c ... Posted: July 16th. 2006   Views: 3,117   - [ Full Article ]

July 9th. 2006

  • Losing My / Your Religion - Patricia Telesco

    It has been approximately 20 years since I dove into the Neo-Pagan ideological pool. Of that, the last fifteen years have been dedicated to writing and teaching about various aspects of our faith. Like any Path, things have change ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 8,841   - [ Full Article ]

  • The War of Christians vs. Pagans and Heathens in America - Rhiagwedd Emrys Pendraig

    As a Gwyddon Clan Chieftain of Cymric Cunning Folk (Welsh Celtic Traditional Witches), I have perceived with the aid of the Cymry Feeorin Ancestors in Annwfn and Afalon, as well as the Cymric (Welsh) Gods and Goddesses, the Fate o ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 6,506   - [ Full Article ]

  • Magickal Protection and Psychic Attacks - Marlevane

    This article was written with the intent of teaching about harmful magick like unethical vampirism and other forms of harm. I am not pointing fingers at anyone in particular or identifying any particular group as a source of pro ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 6,057   - [ Full Article ]

  • Protection in Different Forms - Lady GoldenRaven

    The following story I am about to relate happened just the other day. This shows the need for protection and shielding more than anything else I can say. As Pagans we are well aware of the negative energies which surround us, both ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 4,053   - [ Full Article ]

  • Protecting and Shielding With Herbs - Rain Dove

    There are many different ways of protecting and shielding, but I am not sure that everyone will wish to discuss or open up about how they shield or protect themselves. Personally , I don't wish to tell anyone everything ab ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 3,491   - [ Full Article ]

  • International Pagan Friendship Join in the Adventure of Awakening Gaia - Singing Crow

    A year ago I was finishing the final semester at my university, contemplating the endless web of possibilities that lay before me. This was a time when knowing where to go and what to do was quite difficult. For me, it was pure ch ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 3,312   - [ Full Article ]

  • What the Rede Means to Me - ImARedHed0

    In thinking about what the last line of the Rede means to me; at first, I had a hard time coming up with anything other than, “I think it is pretty self-explanatory” to describe it. Then the more I got thinking, I thought to mysel ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 2,648   - [ Full Article ]

  • For The Greater Good - Cate Cavanagh

    “And it harm none” is our common mantra during ritual and prayer, and just as often “for the greater good” is another. As a Witch and Pagan with a strong Wiccan background philosophically, I believe these are safety tenets preven ... Posted: July 9th. 2006   Views: 2,051   - [ Full Article ]

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