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September 15th. 2013

  • Lunar Insight Moon Musings: Bramble and Cerridwen - Mary Anna

    September 5 through October 4, 2013 New moon: 13VIRGO04September seems to creep in – school semesters begin, weather changes, gardening activities mellow, rather than more sweat – sweat-ers appear!...the ... Posted: September 15th. 2013   Views: 2,649   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Holocaust Survivor (Part II) - The Redneck Pagan

    One day, they were captured…They were taken to a shed and the survivor remembered there being more and more people coming into the shed. The shed smelled bad. One day, all of the people in the shed left and walked into a f ... Posted: September 15th. 2013   Views: 2,541   - [ Full Article ]

September 8th. 2013

  • The Druidic Concept of Nwyfre - Sencha

    The Druidic concept of the ‘life force’ has been embodied in the word ‘nwyfre.’ The word nwyfre is a Middle Welsh word meaning ‘sky’ or ‘vigor.’ It was usually used to refer to a windy sky. Iolo Morganwg popularized its use as a ‘ ... Posted: September 8th. 2013   Views: 5,406   - [ Full Article ]

  • Introduction to the Five-way Road: A Pagan Pilgrimage - C.F. Cooper

    What if you could meet your deity in the flesh, face to face?For a Christian, Muslim, or Jew, this is a startling prospect, conjuring visions of messiahs, burning bushes, and general shock and awe. But for us Pagans whose ... Posted: September 8th. 2013   Views: 3,532   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Holocaust Survivor (Part 1) - The Redneck Pagan

    As some of you may know, I work with youth. I work in a youth organization that has kids from the ages of 12-19, and we currently have about 60 in our program. Part of the mandate of our program is to teach Leadership, care for th ... Posted: September 8th. 2013   Views: 2,434   - [ Full Article ]

  • Giving and Helping - Stewart Bitkoff

    Why is it important to give to others? Some religions request a percent of your wage as regular donation.The universe as we know it could not exist without giving. Giving is natural and is another aspect of the Divine. Jus ... Posted: September 8th. 2013   Views: 2,171   - [ Full Article ]

September 1st. 2013

  • Use a Flyswatter for a Fly: More on the Dark Arts - Deborah Castellano

    I thought that I had said everything I needed to say about curse work, and then I talk to people who’ve read my blog and my WitchVox article, "Your Moral Compass: Cursework for College". This includes my husband…We are ree ... Posted: September 1st. 2013   Views: 3,823   - [ Full Article ]

  • Candle Magic - Chirotus Infinitum

    Popular images of magic and witchcraft often depict robed figures in the dark, illuminated by candlelight. Dark rituals lit by black candles are common in the public's imagination. New Age shops sell candles to devotees of all rel ... Posted: September 1st. 2013   Views: 3,539   - [ Full Article ]

  • Is It Really 'Energy'? - Taylor Ellwood [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The word energy is ambiguous, used as a cover word to describe a set of experiences and sensations, which may not actually be energetic at all. It's a convenient word used to conceptualize those experiences, but at the same time i ... Posted: September 1st. 2013   Views: 2,602   - [ Full Article ]

August 25th. 2013

  • Mother Nature’s Way: Forging a Distinctly American Path - Raine Webster

    I have a few different friends who are American-born, but are of mostly Irish descent. They are proud of their Irish heritage and identify easily with the Celtic Path. They worship Celtic deities and observe Celtic holidays. While ... Posted: August 25th. 2013   Views: 3,820   - [ Full Article ]

August 18th. 2013

  • Why Are You Like That? Thoughts on Hoodoo and Appropriation - Deborah Castellano

    I have an easier time connecting with Southern-American folk tradition over some other traditions, I find. I started wondering why that is, especially since I’m from the Northern part of the U.S. and not the South among other reas ... Posted: August 18th. 2013   Views: 3,527   - [ Full Article ]

  • How Not to Fall in the Bunny Trap - Lazulimaya

    Being a teen is exciting enough, with all the new responsibilities and freedoms your parents offer. There is however, one more thing that can enrich your life by the tenfold, and that is finding your own spirituality. Although it ... Posted: August 18th. 2013   Views: 3,399   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Knowledge Found in Silence - Wog

    Have you taken a walk alone in a forest, or through a meadow, or along the seashore and come away feeling refreshed and rejuvenated? Have you been so excited about the healing effects of that walk that you invited a loved one with ... Posted: August 18th. 2013   Views: 3,095   - [ Full Article ]

  • Moon Musings, Planetary Preponderances, Hazelnuts and Magick Wands - Mary Anna

    The Sabian Symbol for the New Moon Degree-15 Leo“A Human Soul Seeking Opportunities for Outward Manifestation”This symbol makes so much sense for this time of year – we are seeing our gardens flourishing, an outward ma ... Posted: August 18th. 2013   Views: 2,550   - [ Full Article ]

August 11th. 2013

  • “I Survived a Weekend with Galina Krasskova” - Rev. Beatriz Banos [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I personally have been in the Pagan Community in South Florida for over 23 years now. I was a member of three Wiccan covens, the last two of them I contributed not only as a covener but I taught and led. I learned a lot about what ... Posted: August 11th. 2013   Views: 5,916   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Charges of the Goddess and God with Commentary - Rev. Donna E. Mulvey

    “Listen to the words of the Great Mother, who of old was called Isis, Astarte, Diana, Aphrodite, Cerridwen, and by many other names.. ”The Charge of the Goddess and Commentary The Great Mother was called by ... Posted: August 11th. 2013   Views: 2,716   - [ Full Article ]

August 4th. 2013

  • Fair Weather Witches - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I have to bet you have heard the phrase “Fair Weather Friend”? So what do you think that means? What about when it is used to describe someone walking a magickal path. Is there such a thing?As a child in the South, it was ... Posted: August 4th. 2013   Views: 4,833   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pagan Abbeys - A Practical Heritage for Spiritual Lay and Professional Cloistered Communities - Treasach

    As Dr. Vandana Shiva proudly proclaims, "I am no longer employable by the Other Side", and good intentions don't often buy dinner. If you are choosing to make your way in Right Lifestyle, which is often a component of your spiritu ... Posted: August 4th. 2013   Views: 3,826   - [ Full Article ]

  • Pagan Studies II: Modern Paganism in the Americas - Oracle

    This is the second in a planned five-part series on some topics I believe are pertinent in modern Paganism. If nothing else it can accomplish the task of prompting further community questions and discussions on these topics and mo ... Posted: August 4th. 2013   Views: 3,182   - [ Full Article ]

July 21st. 2013

  • I'm a Witch, Not a Wiccan: A Brief Summary of Broad Pagan Designations - Treasach

    I have commented before on the usefulness of designations in the neopagan community. Though we are generally self-directed with many being solitary and "eclectic", it is darn helpful to be able to declare certain predispositions, ... Posted: July 21st. 2013   Views: 5,067   - [ Full Article ]

  • Rethinking Community for Solitaries - Incense Dragon

    For two decades or more, I have been involved in some way with Community building among Pagans. During that time I have attended countless group meetings, attended every kind of fundraiser imaginable, seen groups build up and rip ... Posted: July 21st. 2013   Views: 3,663   - [ Full Article ]

  • 13 Keys: The Beauty of Tiphareth - Robin Fennelly [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The focus of these articles is not the Paths of the Tree, but some explanation of their energetic state and connective function from sphere to sphere is necessary. The 22 Paths that connect the Sephiroth act as conduits/ filters a ... Posted: July 21st. 2013   Views: 3,158   - [ Full Article ]

  • House Blessing - Janice Van Cleve

    “Home is where if you gotta go there, they have to take you in”, according to Willy Loman in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. To which his wife, Linda, responds, “Home is where the heart is.” While family ties or feelings of ... Posted: July 21st. 2013   Views: 3,096   - [ Full Article ]

July 14th. 2013

  • Pagan Humanism: A Tradition of Rational Religion - Treasach

    Humanism is the concept that human reason, need, perception, ethics, and experience are the primary drivers of a satisfactory ordering of inner life, and of interactions with others and the world. Though humanists themselves disag ... Posted: July 14th. 2013   Views: 3,764   - [ Full Article ]

  • Ramblings of a Pagan Guy: Stupid Clichés We Use (Part II) - Ashka Ryo

    “Over the years, I have found that many a person has this strange idea when it comes to the Pagan faiths. It as if, you know as soon as one converts, they [the pagan] are thrown back to the middles ages. People have this rather qu ... Posted: July 14th. 2013   Views: 3,441   - [ Full Article ]

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