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June 25th. 2006

  • Are We Pagani or Urbani? - Meph [Witchvox Sponsor]

    As a teaching group, we try and raise awareness of many issues. This is one of them.Pagan, from the Latin paganus, a peasant or countryman, from pagus, country.Urban, not Pagan?When ... Posted: June 25th. 2006   Views: 3,371   - [ Full Article ]

  • Equal Rights For Earth-Based Religions - Rev. Donna E. Mulvey

    Equal Rights For Earth-Based Religions“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the ... Posted: June 25th. 2006   Views: 2,658   - [ Full Article ]

June 18th. 2006

  • Sexism In Modern Paganism - D.G. Cleveland

    It was about halfway through my freshman year of college when I fully became aware of a very useful piece of information. One that, if unchecked, would have caused much confusion and discomfort. You see, I learned that within the ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 10,671   - [ Full Article ]

  • Christian Wiccan—No Such Thing - Chris K Underwood

    Do you call yourself a Christian Wiccan? Let me start by saying right off that from my prospective as a Wiccan and a student of religions there is no such thing as a “Christian Wiccan.”Right about here is the point ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 9,439   - [ Full Article ]

  • Wiccan Fundamentalism - Ben Gruagach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Religious fundamentalism is characterized by literal belief in specific spiritual claims, often about a particular religion's history, regardless of any available evidence. A particular dogma is promoted as the One True and Only W ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 7,132   - [ Full Article ]

  • Hate Crimes And Hate Incidents: Shedding New Light On Pagan Persecution - Morgan Ravenwood

    As I was reading yet another report of a Pagan group being evicted from a meeting hall because an intolerant Christian group decided to stage a protest outside the building, I tried to understand why, in many quarters, such behavi ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 4,446   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Witch With Attitude - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The dictionary says the word attitude means:A position of the body or manner of carrying oneself: (stood in a graceful attitude.) A state of mind or a feeling; disposition: (had a positive attitude.) A relativel ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 4,298   - [ Full Article ]

  • Know Thy Ego - Chirotus Infinitum [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I’m not as tough as I like to think I am.Apparently the gods interpreted my last article as a challenge. [1] In response, they faithfully designed a lesson for me and delivered it via three inches of rain, which dropped up ... Posted: June 18th. 2006   Views: 3,533   - [ Full Article ]

June 11th. 2006

  • Protecting Your Inner Home - Taylor Ellwood

    I moved two months ago from the Midwest to Seattle, Washington, from what was familiar, to a place that is totally new and never visited by me. I came out to Seattle on a risk, following my mate, Lupa, here, because she felt drawn ... Posted: June 11th. 2006   Views: 4,995   - [ Full Article ]

  • Auric Shielding And Symbol Protection - Bluethorne

    I am here to write about auric shielding and symbol protection, of the principals and passive magicks which they employ. I must begin with a pretense about my life to draw on an understanding of why we would ever require any sort ... Posted: June 11th. 2006   Views: 4,098   - [ Full Article ]

June 4th. 2006

  • Justified Cursing - Sickle

    What do I mean when I say curse? Simply put, I define a curse as any magick which intentionally harms or hinders. If I were to use magick to stop the growth of a tumor by attacking it directly, I would in effect be cursing the can ... Posted: June 4th. 2006   Views: 5,224   - [ Full Article ]

  • To Think Is To Shield - Rook

    Many times I have met, run into, or communicated with beginners or uninformed practitioners about their not utilizing Shields. It is common knowledge in the Craft (in the very least the Wiccan version, to my knowledge) that Shield ... Posted: June 4th. 2006   Views: 4,388   - [ Full Article ]

  • Training Is For Knowledge, Not The Training Certificate - Church of the Blessed Moon

    Although I have been affectionately called by the members of my church “The High Priestess” and on one occasion “The High Priestess with the Magickal Powers,” I am really just a schmoe. That’s right. I, the woman in charge of our ... Posted: June 4th. 2006   Views: 4,040   - [ Full Article ]

  • Struggling with a Jewish Heritage - Silverflame

    I sit in a synagogue for High Holidays in an uncomfortable dress, wanting to scream. My silver pentagram which never leaves my neck has been taken off for this special occasion, and in a strange way, I feel naked. The gold Hebrew ... Posted: June 4th. 2006   Views: 3,491   - [ Full Article ]

May 28th. 2006

  • Missing The Mysteries? - Sable Aradia

    I believe this issue may be the most important one that the modern Pagan community faces. Our religion, our faith, is in a state of transition. We are growing – and rapidly – and there simply aren’t enough teachers around to meet ... Posted: May 28th. 2006   Views: 4,175   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Journey of My Spirituality - Merlin Hekatos

    As a teenage Witch, it is hard to restrain yourself from doing the wrong thing in life, for sometimes you’ve just got to let it all out. In school I was just let alone, for I told only my closest friends that I was a Witch. But no ... Posted: May 28th. 2006   Views: 2,931   - [ Full Article ]

May 21st. 2006

  • Pagans and Cultural Appropriation - Lupa [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When I first discovered magic and Paganism and all that fun stuff, I was in a small town whose only source for any information on the topic was a little health food store (this was before I discovered the wonders of the Internet). ... Posted: May 21st. 2006   Views: 8,743   - [ Full Article ]

  • I Call Myself Pagan. - ShadowWolf

    I don’t follow a specific tradition. I’m Eclectic, and I feel that if my personality can shift through my experiences in life, then my spiritual path should be able to do so as well. Sure, I get information on different traditions ... Posted: May 21st. 2006   Views: 3,000   - [ Full Article ]

May 14th. 2006

  • Earth Religion Breakthrough in the Current Political Climate - Star & Rose Temple

    When we started on our Paths, the Paths to seek more than just the pablum that we had been fed as children in Sunday Schools, kitchen tables, living rooms and the ever-droning on tele-evangelist programs, we walked headlong into u ... Posted: May 14th. 2006   Views: 4,971   - [ Full Article ]

May 7th. 2006

  • Wicca: Believe Anything You Want? - Chris K Underwood

    “That’s the great thing about Wicca; you can believe whatever you want.”Have you seen this or something like this before? This is a common misconception repeated on different web sites and e-groups. As a Wiccan, n ... Posted: May 7th. 2006   Views: 6,860   - [ Full Article ]

  • “There are no Atheists in Foxholes” - The Shadow Knight

    Everyone in the military has heard the old cliché, “There are no Atheists in Foxholes.” Well, not true; not only are there Atheists, but there are Pagans, Christians, and people of many different religious paths. As an Eclectic Wi ... Posted: May 7th. 2006   Views: 5,342   - [ Full Article ]

  • Knowledge Is My Salvation - Kedeshim

    My ponderings may appear to be a tad johnny-come-lately. I've been enjoying the other postings on this topic, so…it’s been a busy time reading, processing, and appreciating the words of others. Is Training Necessary in ... Posted: May 7th. 2006   Views: 3,220   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Ritual Magick Perspective - Rev Bill Duvendack [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Ritual magick is possibly the most dangerous of any work that can be done in the name of the “Pagan” path. Why? If done incorrectly, too much karma can be incurred, which would hinder spiritual growth. For example, if one is to do ... Posted: May 7th. 2006   Views: 2,093   - [ Full Article ]

  • Lessons Learned from Self-Teaching and from Teaching Others - Trey Justice [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I’m writing this article in response to the current topic of teaching and learning in our community. I have always been and still consider myself a solitary Wiccan. Despite my solitary status, I have participated in group teaching ... Posted: May 7th. 2006   Views: 1,892   - [ Full Article ]

April 30th. 2006

  • Self-Teaching: The Inner Requirements - scriibe

    One principal difference between Paganism and other belief systems is the amount of individual effort involved. These are not "one size fits all" religions where all that is required is weekly attendance in a place of worship and ... Posted: April 30th. 2006   Views: 3,146   - [ Full Article ]

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