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October 17th. 2004

  • Just Us - Sia@FullCircle [Witchvox Sponsor]

    In April of 2003, I wrote an article for the Witches' Voice which appeared soon after the U.S. declared war in the Middle East. The article is titled "The Elephant in Our Circles: Pagans Tolerance and the War in Iraq" [ ... Posted: October 17th. 2004   Views: 7,398   - [ Full Article ]

  • Gaia Eros: Evolution of the Gaian Mythos - Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

    The eminent scientist and ecology-movement spokesman Rene Dubos told us: "Our salvation depends upon our ability to create a religion of nature...suited to the needs and knowledge of modern humanity." What we are birthing is a tru ... Posted: October 17th. 2004   Views: 7,081   - [ Full Article ]

  • Gaia Eros: Evolution of the Gaian Mythos - PART II - Oberon Zell-Ravenheart

    Gaia and Eros:In his Theogony, Hesiod presen ... Posted: October 17th. 2004   Views: 3,943   - [ Full Article ]

October 10th. 2004

  • Realizing the Pagan Evolution - Little Crow

    ."..[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: 6,809   - [ 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: 6,946   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Solitary Road and Personal Power - Crystal Blanton

    When I came to this path I had been looking for my spiritual self for some time. A new friend introduced me to Wicca, sparking something in me. I read so much information in such a short period of time my brain was overloaded with ... Posted: October 3rd. 2004   Views: 2,970   - [ Full Article ]

September 12th. 2004

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: 10,116   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Solitary Approach of an Experimenter - Taylor Ellwood

    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: 5,311   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Somerset: Levels, Leylines and Layers - Erwyllian

    The Somerset: Levels, Leylines and Layersby Michael CalabreseEmail: mcalabrese@ ... Posted: September 3rd. 2004   Views: 4,901   - [ Full Article ]

  • Quest of the Elements - Lady Pandora

    Air:When I think of air, I think of two things: the wind and scents. First I will talk about the wind. The soothing aspect of the wind is when a nice gentle breeze blows in my hair; when it is hot and a cool breeze ... Posted: September 3rd. 2004   Views: 4,074   - [ 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: 6,237   - [ 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: 4,655   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Ethics Of Magick - Frances [Witchvox Sponsor]

    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: 4,159   - [ 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: 5,683   - [ 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: 7,698   - [ Full Article ]

  • Do the Gods Take American Express? - Lady Pandora

    Picture this: A Craft store, like any other; a customer's shopping cart, full of candles, herbs, books and even a statue or two. The customer walks up to the counter and sees a flyer: "Wiccan 1st Degree training and Book of Shadow ... Posted: July 31st. 2004   Views: 5,236   - [ Full Article ]

July 19th. 2004

  • Let's Chat About Festivals... - Salem

    Pagan Festivals. That small phrase can mean so many things. I think the best way that one can address this is by breaking the topic up into several key areas. What are these festivals and what differentiates one from another? What ... Posted: July 19th. 2004   Views: 2,700   - [ 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: 3,382   - [ 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: 6,881   - [ Full Article ]

  • Community, Festivals, and Service - Taylor Ellwood

    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: 4,832   - [ 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: 12,083   - [ 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: 17,667   - [ 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: 16,904   - [ 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: 10,916   - [ Full Article ]

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