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May 15th. 2011

  • Seventh Major Mass Extinction: or Why I'm a Green Witch - Treasach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When I was training as a petroleum engineer in University in the late 80's, we were already referring to the present era as the "Seventh Major Mass Extinction". However, the evidence has been in for decades about the species loss ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 4,953   - [ Full Article ]

  • Shadow Creepy - Shion Flame

    The journey I share tonight is about my own personal discovery of my shadow totem. When I was a little girl, I was curious about bugs and other creepy crawlies. My mother lit my creative interests by helping my sister and I catch ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 4,769   - [ Full Article ]

  • I Aim to Misbehave - LoreCaster

    Children of all ages have dreams, and many are taught that such things are exercises in whimsy and best left in childhood. Their parents teach them that well-behaved children do not waste time on fantasy, and effort is best resolv ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 3,737   - [ Full Article ]

  • My Path to Wicca - Rev. Luna Bloodstone

    Growing up as a child, I loved the Arthurian legends that told of knights and magic and Excalibur, King Arthur and Merlin. I loved movies like The Wizard of Oz, The Black Cauldron, Sword in the Stone, and The Never Endin ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 3,562   - [ Full Article ]

  • Downsizing May Not Be Enough - Nathaniel Jeffers

    The cowboy mentality dominates American life. From gas-guzzling large trucks complete with thirty-seven inch mudding tires to sport utility vehicles and modified hummers, perhaps no other culture holds quite as much emphasis on co ... Posted: May 15th. 2011   Views: 3,517   - [ Full Article ]

May 8th. 2011

  • Warp and Weft (Why Witchcraft Works - For Me) - Renee Damoiselle

    Picture a loom - a large one, for the weaving of those lovely tapestries that hang in old stone castles. The "warp" are the tightly pulled, vertical, stationary threads. The "weft" are the threads woven horizontally, in and out of ... Posted: May 8th. 2011   Views: 3,665   - [ Full Article ]

  • Be the Change - Spark [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The state patrol vehicle pulled away from the backpack-laden couple and their pink-sweatered dog on the side of the freeway. I had never picked up hitchhikers before after a lifetime of being admonished by conventional wisdom (inc ... Posted: May 8th. 2011   Views: 3,486   - [ Full Article ]

  • Spiritual University: Repetition and Formula - Stewart Bitkoff

    One of the characteristics of the way our mind works is to create order, categorize and use repetition to help establish a sense of security. Additionally, this tendency toward repetition is one of the aspects of the physical univ ... Posted: May 8th. 2011   Views: 2,938   - [ Full Article ]

May 1st. 2011

  • Making Room for all Genders in Paganism - Maggi Horseman

    In this age of women’s liberation, we still find a deep wound surrounding gender differences in our culture. How is gender expressed differently in the pagan community? Is there still a use for gender specific ritual spaces? Many ... Posted: May 1st. 2011   Views: 5,004   - [ Full Article ]

  • Sacred Sexuality - Mel Fleming II

    Sexuality, while it should be a topic of freer thinking in the pagan community, is still viewed with great suspicion in many of our circles, covens, and pagan philosophies. In fact, it has become a very sensitive topic, bringing o ... Posted: May 1st. 2011   Views: 4,838   - [ Full Article ]

April 24th. 2011

  • Light, Love and Fluffy Bunnies, Oh My! (Thoughts on Polarities) - Corvidae

    I've always been a non-conformist. I suppose a lot of us are, or we wouldn't be Pagan in a largely Judeo-Christian society. Here we are, doing the best we can to better ourselves spiritually in the most non-hypocritical manner pos ... Posted: April 24th. 2011   Views: 4,989   - [ Full Article ]

  • Menarche - The Threshold of Maiden - Maggi Horseman

    I had a couple of experiences this weekend that gave me some insight about the nature of the Maiden phase/face of the Goddess as well as Maiden as a phase in a woman's life. A girl in my family crossed the threshold of Menarche la ... Posted: April 24th. 2011   Views: 4,893   - [ Full Article ]

April 10th. 2011

  • Spirit of Spring - Shion Flame

    It’s an odd time of year to share a 'ghost' story but springtime reminds me of an experience I'd like to share as the trees bud.In the early spring of 2008, I was asked to housesit at the family home of a dear friend. They ... Posted: April 10th. 2011   Views: 4,649   - [ Full Article ]

April 3rd. 2011

  • This Is The Folk Magic - Greenhammer

    We are at a crossroads here in the 21st century with magic, environmentalism and the future of pagan religions. The pagan-curious are looking into polytheism and many of them are active in environmental stewardship and land preser ... Posted: April 3rd. 2011   Views: 4,287   - [ Full Article ]

  • In Search of Growth in Neo Paganism - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Now that Neo Paganism has been in place for about 60 years, one can look back and see the twists and turns, which has led the Neo Pagan community to its current state of apathy. For those who have not been inundated by the plethor ... Posted: April 3rd. 2011   Views: 3,698   - [ Full Article ]

  • World Sickness - Stewart Bitkoff

    While on the path, what exactly is it you learn? How is this learning different than other learning?From the very beginning, the traveler is taught that there is an underlying reality in all events. This underlying reality ... Posted: April 3rd. 2011   Views: 3,048   - [ Full Article ]

March 27th. 2011

  • An Interview with Christopher Penczak (by Bernadette Montana) - Brid's Closet

    We now continue with our series of interviews with noted author Christopher Penczak!Bernadette: Many of the celebrations of the Wheel of the Year were originally created and celebrated by a culture that were no long ... Posted: March 27th. 2011   Views: 10,404   - [ Full Article ]

  • Will Paganism Survive Beyond Us? We Must Pay It Forward. - Beth Owl's Daughter [Witchvox Sponsor]

    What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others. – PericlesThroughout my life, I have been a passionate spiritual seeker. In fact, I might have been born with an ... Posted: March 27th. 2011   Views: 2,247   - [ Full Article ]

March 13th. 2011

  • The Tree of Life, Wicca and the Goddess - Sorita d'Este [Witchvox Sponsor]

    “She is called the Spirit of Life and through Her do all men understand Wisdom.” -- Zohar, 13th centuryThe Goddess occupies a central role in a number of magickal traditions. These include obvious instances such as the Wic ... Posted: March 13th. 2011   Views: 17,262   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Magical Egg and Celebrating Ostara Through Food - Nar Leoterra

    The Magical Egg: Eggs are a symbol of life, creation, birth and rebirth. Over the centuries, eggs have been revered, cursed, collected, broken, eaten, buried, filled, and used in innumerable ways by humans desiring to tap their my ... Posted: March 13th. 2011   Views: 7,027   - [ Full Article ]

March 6th. 2011

  • Religious Form: Internal and External Reality - Stewart Bitkoff

    Traveler: Speak to me of the great religions, and why each states their Path is the only Way. In the past, religious difference has led to wars, killing, and fighting. Why is this? Master: On an inner level, your religion ... Posted: March 6th. 2011   Views: 3,283   - [ Full Article ]

February 27th. 2011

  • The Open Hand - Janice Van Cleve

    Familiarity is comfortable. We are naturally more comfortable in our own town than in a strange city because we are familiar with our own streets, the traffic laws, and how to get around. In the same way we are more comfortable wa ... Posted: February 27th. 2011   Views: 3,665   - [ Full Article ]

February 20th. 2011

  • Spirit and Character - Rhys Chisnall

    There is a growing belief in modern paganism in literal spirits. A casual look through of Pagan magazines such as Pagan Dawn or looking at pagan websites such as that of the Association of Polytheistic Traditions reveals th ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 3,805   - [ Full Article ]

  • Musings of a Grizzled Warrior - Ursa

    I am the center of my universe. This is not to say I am the center of the universe, for in that world, I am but a speck of the corner of a mote in the eye of the Gods! Nevertheless, in my universe, I reign supreme. I have m ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 3,458   - [ Full Article ]

February 13th. 2011

  • Everyday Spirituality: Life as Prayer - Stewart Bitkoff

    We are participating in an explosion of new age teaching, interest in eastern religion, and a general curiosity about the usefulness of everyday spiritual practice. When you turn on the television, it seems just about every talk s ... Posted: February 13th. 2011   Views: 3,881   - [ Full Article ]

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