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December 19th. 2010

  • My Meeting with the Goddess - Raphael Eventide

    I'm sitting here at this computer and I suddenly feel inspired by the Goddess to compose something: To tell you the way I first met her. I don't know why, but here goes... I was scared. Afraid. I'd just found out that ther ... Posted: December 19th. 2010   Views: 2,508   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Paradox of Acceptance - Michael Wolfheart

    It seems to me that we just can't stop arguing. I'm not talking about the Pagan community specifically, but humanity as a whole. Whether it is about religion, habits, or upbringing we just can't keep our opinions to ourselves, we ... Posted: December 19th. 2010   Views: 2,454   - [ Full Article ]

December 12th. 2010

  • Gods, Magic and Bending Energy – What Other Oddities Do We Believe In? - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    You’ve got to admit – to the outside world, we Pagans and Witches believe in some pretty weird stuff. For example, most, if not all of us, actively work with deities that a large chunk of the world doesn’t believe exist; either Ap ... Posted: December 12th. 2010   Views: 3,506   - [ Full Article ]

  • Talkin' With the Devil - Moon Panther

    I used to have an interesting part time job as a security guard. My beat? A sub-development in suburban Maryland where I drove around in a security vehicle and walked through areas to maintain the peace.As an ever-studying ... Posted: December 12th. 2010   Views: 3,144   - [ Full Article ]

  • Dark Ages Paganism and Burchard of Worms (Part 1) - Zan Fraser

    Like many another Church Father before and after him, Burchard (Bishop of the German city of Worms from the year 1000-1025) inadvertently did modern Pagans a huge favor, in compiling (with complaining manner) an impressively thoro ... Posted: December 12th. 2010   Views: 3,000   - [ Full Article ]

  • Spells: Prayer With Props - Elsherar

    A spell is a spoken or written prayer or decree which is used together with the projection of our intention. Spells are intended to initiate or influence a situation, event or circumstance. They are petitions for specific outcomes ... Posted: December 12th. 2010   Views: 2,931   - [ Full Article ]

December 5th. 2010

  • Magical Efficacy: The Economic Argument (Or Why Can't I Sell This?) - Fire Lyte

    Now that Pagans have had a number of years to be out of the broom closet and begin weighing things like magic against science, a conundrum has been brought up by - of all places - a comic strip. XKCD - a totally geektastic webcomi ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 3,018   - [ Full Article ]

  • Cranberry and Cool Weather Kitchen Magick - Kiki's Cauldron

    For many, cranberries become a part of the meal between Samhain and Yule. Prior Samhain, fresh cranberries are harvested from northern bogs and available for many autumn dishes. At Thanksgiving, stuffing is sweetened with a heapin ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 2,353   - [ Full Article ]

  • Finding My Way To Wicca - Elle Sea

    Like most kids, I grew up Christian. Even as a child, religion was a big part of my life. I went to church on Sundays and went to an additional church group (Awanas) each Thursday night after dance class. I knew that all the "bad ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 2,337   - [ Full Article ]

  • Wandering Through Faerie Land: Metaphor and the Semantic Landscape - Rhys Chisnall

    On Midsummer’s Day, the corn stood half grown and green, knee high in Suffolk fields. The bumblebee buzzed as it flew from flower to flower and overhead high above the corn the skylark sang. The midsummer’s sun beat down from high ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 2,018   - [ Full Article ]

  • Traveling In Indigenous Ecuador - Luthien

    When I began this journey, I set out with the intention of going to South America to observe the lives of the native peoples, compare it to my practices of modern-day Paganism and write a merry little essay about it. While on the ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 1,778   - [ Full Article ]

  • Loving Light for Our Ocean - Katharina Moonchild

    I was born and raised in Florida. The beaches were always a part of my life, stretching back to the furthest reaches of my memory. I remember the way She would rock me, a deep soothing rhythm reaching back to the furthest and most ... Posted: December 5th. 2010   Views: 1,400   - [ Full Article ]

November 28th. 2010

  • Spiritual Traveler: Unlearning and Conditioning - Stewart Bitkoff

    He whose undertakings are free from anxious desire and fanciful thought, whose work is made pure in the fire of wisdom: he is called wise by those who see. -- Bhagavad-Gita, 4:19Traveler: It is said that in order for the s ... Posted: November 28th. 2010   Views: 1,891   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Flutes and Drums of Antiquity - Verda Smedley

    The woodwind and percussion instruments of ancient people were created from a wondrous array of species for an intriguing diversity of reasons. As with other hunter-gatherer medicine the flute makers and drum makers knew the intim ... Posted: November 28th. 2010   Views: 1,865   - [ Full Article ]

  • Discernment and the Sword - Gralyn

    “Discernment, they said you are to use discernment and your sword in your teaching”. These were the first words from my very best sister/friend’s mouth when I answered her call. “They” are those whom she lovingly calls the Peanut ... Posted: November 28th. 2010   Views: 1,730   - [ Full Article ]

November 21st. 2010

  • Carcer Via: An Inmate's Guide to the Craft - witchdoctorjoe

    Every year thousands of Bibles, Korans, and other religious materials are donated to prisons and numerous other institutions around the country. They fill boxes stacked high and overflowing from store rooms and line the hallways o ... Posted: November 21st. 2010   Views: 6,053   - [ Full Article ]

  • Hearth Witch Etiquette Lesson: How to Conduct Yourself When Someone Dies - Deborah Castellano

    As a hearth person, there’s more to your life than just, well, magic. Besides dealing with the daily grind with aplomb, it’s also your job to assist with loved ones’ milestones, both happy and difficult. As most of this aspect is ... Posted: November 21st. 2010   Views: 3,562   - [ Full Article ]

  • Turning America Back to Religion - Stewart Bitkoff

    Recently there was a huge gathering in Washington, DC, led by Glenn Beck and others to call people's attention to America's shift away from a country that was based upon spiritual, wholesome living to a country that has become cen ... Posted: November 21st. 2010   Views: 2,759   - [ Full Article ]

  • God/Goddess Terminology for the Beginner - RavenHawk Silvermist

    There is much confusion about the meaning of words. I have noticed most errors come from people who read a few things and think they know everything... or from those who attempt to clarify and yet have no real knowledge about what ... Posted: November 21st. 2010   Views: 2,612   - [ Full Article ]

November 14th. 2010

  • The Realm of the Fae - Helena Domenic [Witchvox Sponsor]

    “The Faerie Tradition is not a faith, for faery beings exist whether or not we believe in them.” -- R. J. StewartIn my many years as a visual artist, I have created many paintings of the Fae and have given a great deal of ... Posted: November 14th. 2010   Views: 4,884   - [ Full Article ]

  • Before You Call Yourself A Witch - Alorer

    "When can I call myself a Witch? What are the basics everyone is telling me to learn first?" In this essay I will try to provide you with some answers to these questions. Please note that this is by no means the “end-all, be-all” ... Posted: November 14th. 2010   Views: 4,841   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Real (Non-Wiccan) Story of Edward III - Zan Fraser

    Edward III (1312-77) is one of the most colorful and dramatic of the English monarchs, not the least for his induction (several centuries after his death) into the Marvelous World of Wicca. Only a teen-ager when he asserted his ri ... Posted: November 14th. 2010   Views: 2,252   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Living Earth - Gentle Deer Lion Tamer

    We have an ancient and indigenous awareness of the Earth as a living being. We attune to her through our rhythmic sleeping and waking and our receptivity to the magnetic, solar, and elemental forces. Her tectonic, ionic, magnetic ... Posted: November 14th. 2010   Views: 1,872   - [ Full Article ]

  • Off With It's Head! A Story In (at least) Two Parts - Eiris Wyndrose

    (PART I) "I said, you are about to hurt yourself silly. And don't forget your necklace on the way out."I turned around, startled"Huh? What??" I sorta said out loud to the chilly, golden light of the early ... Posted: November 14th. 2010   Views: 1,552   - [ Full Article ]

November 7th. 2010

  • Apprenticing With Baba Yaga - Sarah Anne Lawless [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When I was twenty years old I moved back to the province of my birth, my home. But no safe home did I move into, no, instead I lived with Baba Yaga upon my return. A small old one-story Victorian house with a Witch’s overgrown wee ... Posted: November 7th. 2010   Views: 5,180   - [ Full Article ]

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