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March 20th. 2011

  • Flower Essences and Herbals - Danielle.dyer

    To make a flower essence, you will need a thin glass bowl, a handful of the flowers of your choice, and some spring water. Begin by rinsing the flowers quickly with the spring water. Lay the flowers in the bowl and pour enough wat ... Posted: March 20th. 2011   Views: 2,707   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Journey: Where Are The Markers? - Village Witch

    At one time there was a dilemma that I always seemed to come back around to when I contemplated who I was a Witch. It was easy in the beginning, as most things are. I just did whatever I wanted and learned as I went and had a blas ... Posted: March 20th. 2011   Views: 2,541   - [ Full Article ]

  • Sun Signs and Plant Indicators - Verda Smedley

    This essay will seem a bit loosely constructed due in part to the limit of material. Even so it does weave together not so much within the construct of 21st century thinking but within the holistic thinking of far more ancient peo ... Posted: March 20th. 2011   Views: 2,376   - [ Full Article ]

  • The River - Divine Creative Inspirations

    “To my fellow swimmers: here is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift, that there are those who will be afraid, who will try to hold on to the shore; they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly. Know that t ... Posted: March 20th. 2011   Views: 2,196   - [ 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: 6,470   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Magical Egg and Celebrating Ostara Through Food - Nar

    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: 3,652   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Triple...Err...Quadruple Goddess - Kalynn Osburn

    Across multiple traditions it is popular to hold the coven gatherings on the nights of the full moon each month. Though views differ as to the purpose of this time, it is mostly a chance to talk, eat and work communal magick as op ... Posted: March 13th. 2011   Views: 3,098   - [ Full Article ]

March 6th. 2011

  • Neandertal: Not Our Cousin But Our Brother - Verda Smedley

    Poor Neandertal (Homo neanderthalsis) , discovered in 1856, has been maligned for more than 150 years. He was a hunter-gatherer and lived in small bands or extended family units. Neandertal’s physical uniqueness is now understood ... Posted: March 6th. 2011   Views: 2,592   - [ Full Article ]

  • 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: 2,365   - [ Full Article ]

February 27th. 2011

  • The Evil Evil Eye - Fire Lyte

    When people say “Hallmark holiday, ” the holiday they are most likely talking about is Valentine’s Day. However it began it has surely come a long way and taken several left turns. This day has devolved into a disgusting barrage o ... Posted: February 27th. 2011   Views: 3,158   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Paradox of Contemporary Paranormal Research - Michael

    Psychical or paranormal research - the pursuit of evidence to validate the existence of psychic, supernatural, or preternatural phenomena using scientifically rigourous methodologies – has come to a crossroads in contemporary soci ... Posted: February 27th. 2011   Views: 2,924   - [ Full Article ]

  • 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: 2,758   - [ Full Article ]

  • Can We Believe in Numerology ? - Coventine

    When someone sits down to play the piano and looks at the sheet music, what they see is a series of lines, dots and flags printed on the page. Is that music, all those little squiggles? No, that's just the score and no more music ... Posted: February 27th. 2011   Views: 2,722   - [ Full Article ]

  • Renew Ancient Death Rituals - Grey Ghost

    While all of the world’s religions have significant differences, some common themes or belief systems appear as one study the religions of the world. As an example common Judaism and Islam both hold a belief that there are seven l ... Posted: February 27th. 2011   Views: 2,559   - [ Full Article ]

February 20th. 2011

  • The Pagan Spirit in Modern Times - Draigathar

    The human mind has come to a pivot point. Our internal thinking process is disconnected from the rhythms of Nature. Our outer life, the physical existence, is also disconnected from Nature. This has allowed the psyche to become in ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 4,486   - [ Full Article ]

  • Time To Sharpen Up Our Game? - Vikki Bramshaw

    October 2010 marked one of the perhaps most memorable moments for Paganism in the last decade, as Druidry was recognized as an official religion in the UK and awarded charitable status by the Charity Commission. Following this, an ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 3,367   - [ Full Article ]

  • (Insert Your Name Here) : Vampire Slayer! - Bob Makransky

    If you have ever returned home to find your place burglarized or vandalized, then you know that feeling of violation – like actually having been raped – that pervades the scene. You feel dirty and slimed-on. Magicians say that thi ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 3,003   - [ Full Article ]

  • 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: 2,776   - [ 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: 2,376   - [ Full Article ]

  • Dark Ages Paganism and Burchard of Worms (Part II) - Zan Fraser

    Burchard (Bishop of the German city of Worms at the turn of the eleventh century) found himself much aggrieved by continuing Pagan customs and beliefs among the People. Therefore he compiled the Decretum (Corrector) , a pen ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 2,273   - [ Full Article ]

  • "Finding Eleusis in Chicago: A New Staging of the Myth of Demeter and Persephone" - Paul B. Rucker

    Demeter and her daughter Persephone, with its timeless themes of loss and restoration between mother and daughter, may well be the best-known Greek myth in western civilization. Their myth allegorizes the harvest cycle, the death ... Posted: February 20th. 2011   Views: 2,070   - [ Full Article ]

February 13th. 2011

  • The Pentagram - Disciple of Oghma

    The pentagram is the shape of a five-pointed star drawn with five straight strokes. Forming an inverted pentagon crowned by five acute triangles with an internal angle of 36 degrees. Pentagrams were used symbolically in ancient Gr ... Posted: February 13th. 2011   Views: 3,240   - [ Full Article ]

  • Gender Roles: Prejudice or Power - Verda Smedley

    I have been asked by a number of people to work up a piece that addresses how the principles of the Mesolithic Goddess world apply to 21st century women. I could do that. But is it really a good idea? An essay like that suggests t ... Posted: February 13th. 2011   Views: 2,785   - [ Full Article ]

  • Intellectualism, Conformity, and Evolution - Mountainchick

    Last night I sat going over my plan for writing my essay-turned-book on Ţórr with my husband, planning in what direction my research and notes are going to go in and pondering, among other things, the enormity of the task. After a ... Posted: February 13th. 2011   Views: 2,758   - [ Full Article ]

  • 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: 2,587   - [ Full Article ]

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