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March 14th. 2010

  • Fire Ants and Ice Water: An Unexpected Lesson - Olbec

    Do you remember when it finally “clicked”? I clearly remember those tidbits of delightful self-discovery I made the first weeks after setting out on my Pagan path. It was so liberating to release all my puritanical Christian bagga ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 2,172   - [ Full Article ]

  • A New Way of Seeing Things - Rev. Nicholas Brown

    Being on the Pagan path is always an interesting road. Sometimes it is free and spirited and just like any other faith it has its times of doubt and frustration. For a long time I was in a funk I guess you could say, and I didn’t ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 1,973   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Path of Wisdom - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    As I walk along an unexplored trail through the forest, I take notice that there are no obstructions in my way. There are no brambles waiting to snag me with their thorns. There are no fallen trees to stumble over. There is no way ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 1,967   - [ Full Article ]

March 7th. 2010

  • On Becoming a Crone - Belladonna SilverRayne

    Why is it so hard to admit we're growing older? Why do we fight it tooth and nail? Society and the media as a whole, wants to show aging as something to be fought against, to be put off as long as possible. Why? Look at any sit-co ... Posted: March 7th. 2010   Views: 3,394   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Pagan Physician’s Perspective the Ethics of Healthcare - Dragonstorm [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I was a doctor before I became a Pagan. Or maybe I should say before I KNEW I was a Pagan. In fact I grew up with a Christian upbringing. A beloved family member of mine, also a doctor, asked the question many years ago, “How can ... Posted: March 7th. 2010   Views: 2,834   - [ Full Article ]

  • Spilling the Family Magic Beans - Eiris Wyndrose

    Greetings from the Land of Moss-I am on a name search. I'm on a name search because I am making my own choice about my personal spirituality, and because I was asked what archetypes I identify with on a quiz questi ... Posted: March 7th. 2010   Views: 2,284   - [ Full Article ]

February 28th. 2010

  • Native American Religion - Gentle Deer Lion Tamer

    What do we mean when we speak of Native American religion? Unlike Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, it has no single founder. Unlike Judaism, it is not the ongoing story of a people with a strong sense of their own identi ... Posted: February 28th. 2010   Views: 4,256   - [ Full Article ]

  • High Magic, Low Magic: Designations Help Define Our Styles - Treasach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I personally find designations handy. They express no limit, only a specialization. It certainly helps you anticipate how easily you can work with another and how your styles and knowledge will mesh. I know, for example, that I do ... Posted: February 28th. 2010   Views: 3,986   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Scientist and Magician Speaks on Science and Magick - Once Schooled, Now Solo Mage

    I am a scientist. I hold a degree in mathematics and have studied mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science, and astronomy at the graduate level. I am also a ceremonial magician, alchemist, and a pagan. For many, the two ... Posted: February 28th. 2010   Views: 3,531   - [ Full Article ]

  • Meditation and Sweat Lodge as Affirmative Prayer - Alfred Willowhawk, DMsc, RMT, CTM, Shaman

    Over the years I have been honored to facilitate many ceremonies in many different paths. Often, I am asked questions by true seekers and participants in these ceremonies for my reasons, and from “where” these ceremonies come. I w ... Posted: February 28th. 2010   Views: 2,562   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Work Ethics of Magic - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Every once in awhile I will take a look at what is being offered on the Internet in relation to paganism and as usual I come away slightly amused. Not that the information that is offered is of no consequence, in a basic way it se ... Posted: February 28th. 2010   Views: 2,338   - [ Full Article ]

February 21st. 2010

  • How Pagan is "Pagan Enough"? - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    A couple years ago I attended a Pagan pride celebration as a workshop presenter. I won’t mention the name of the city, but will tell you it was in the southern part of the country – which means that even at the end of September th ... Posted: February 21st. 2010   Views: 10,517   - [ Full Article ]

  • Abraxas: God or Demon? - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When one mentions the word “Abrasax” there are oftentimes, conflicting views which arise. To some he was seen as a God, to others as a demon, and yet to others as an amalgamation of both. And so I have endeavored to present the mo ... Posted: February 21st. 2010   Views: 5,209   - [ Full Article ]

  • An Honest to God (dess) Filter - Fire Lyte

    This article’s purpose is, as I say often, to light a fire under comfortable thinking. Comfortable thinking, to me, is complacency, when we get complacent in our search for knowledge; when we get to the 102 level or the 103 level, ... Posted: February 21st. 2010   Views: 4,375   - [ Full Article ]

  • A Familiar Job Well Done - Eiris Wyndrose

    Where love rules, there is no will to power, and where power predominates, love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other. -- Carl Jung, "On the Psychology of the Unconsciousness", 1917. The definition of the word fam ... Posted: February 21st. 2010   Views: 2,064   - [ Full Article ]

February 14th. 2010

  • It’s All In The Wrist – Some Wand Basics - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    After the athame, the most popular – and misunderstood – ritual tool is the wand. Aside from the “is the wand a tool of the East or a tool of the South?” debate I covered in my Witchvox article on athame basics, there seem to stil ... Posted: February 14th. 2010   Views: 4,485   - [ Full Article ]

February 7th. 2010

  • Understanding Magickal Royalty: Witch Queen / Witch King - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Recently during one of my classes on the history within our magickal traditions, a question came up about levels and degrees of hierarchy found in Witchcraft and Wicca. Within these, is there a title or position wherein someone is ... Posted: February 7th. 2010   Views: 8,377   - [ Full Article ]

  • Why I'd Want Darkness In Me (Or, At Least, Not Mind It) - Fire Lyte

    While listening to an old clip from The Way of the Master Radio – a Christian Fundamentalist show, the radio host asked why anyone would want darkness in them. He asked this because Kirk Cameron, the co-host, had infiltrated a Mab ... Posted: February 7th. 2010   Views: 5,417   - [ Full Article ]

  • Curses! And the Magical Mechanics Thereof... - Treasach [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I'm not above quoting fantasy books myself if they say it well. "The most professional curse ever snarled or croaked or thundered can have no effect on a pure heart." -- The Last Unicorn. This is essentially true.Cu ... Posted: February 7th. 2010   Views: 2,921   - [ Full Article ]

January 31st. 2010

  • The Pagan Newbie - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    We often hear of someone who considers themselves a ‘newbie’ on the path of the mystical arts, or of others referring to someone as a ‘newbie’. But is either of these descriptions really accurate? The concepts of paganism ... Posted: January 31st. 2010   Views: 3,538   - [ Full Article ]

  • Good Witch, Bad Witch, Evil Witch and Hogwarts' Sorting Hat - Master Theorion, Mage [Witchvox Sponsor]

    J.K. Rowling’s phenomenally popular ‘Harry Potter’ fantasy series focuses on a fictional alternate reality of a British boarding school for adolescent Witches and Wizards. Egalitarianly, the school trains both the ‘ ... Posted: January 31st. 2010   Views: 3,000   - [ Full Article ]

  • Teen Covens: Do They Work? - Mara Light

    As adults we tend to know ourselves a little better, we know certain rights and wrongs, we know how to handle some one when they're unfair to us; and sometimes we even know when to just let things go. As pagans whether we're in a ... Posted: January 31st. 2010   Views: 2,854   - [ Full Article ]

  • Instinct vs Research - Juniper

    “This is what happens when you dabble! You can’t practice the Craft while you are looking down your nose at it.” ~ The Aunts from Practical MagicSo why do I have to do all this required reading and research? Isn’t that wor ... Posted: January 31st. 2010   Views: 2,743   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Child in the Forest - Mooncrone

    Father Herne, hear our feet and guard our way. We bring bright laughter and joy of the hunt. We seek the treasures of Your domain. Give us the gift of Your bounty and we give You the gift of our love. So mote it be!Forests ... Posted: January 31st. 2010   Views: 2,410   - [ Full Article ]

January 24th. 2010

  • The Burning of Margaret Murray - Fire Lyte

    Stop me if you’ve heard this before. There existed a pan-European, pre-Christian religion – called the “Old Religion” – that centered on a triple-Goddess and a horned God. This Goddess and God were worshipped by covens of thirteen ... Posted: January 24th. 2010   Views: 6,789   - [ Full Article ]

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