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April 4th. 2010

  • Ten Reasons Why You Should Join a Coven - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    As I’ve mentioned before, whether or not to remain a solitary is one of the biggest decisions you will make as a Pagan. In general, I tend to favor joining a group rather than going it alone, at least at first. Of course, if there ... Posted: April 4th. 2010   Views: 5,795   - [ Full Article ]

  • Coven Life: What I Have Learned - Sleeping Moon

    I started practicing witchcraft or the ancient path as I prefer to call it, back in 1996 or so. At first I was solitary, read my homework, started working with spells and rituals. Thought it interesting when my cats would act a bi ... Posted: April 4th. 2010   Views: 3,086   - [ Full Article ]

  • Empathy: Some Thoughts - Gentle Deer Lion Tamer

    "Empathy... is not sympathy. Sympathy is a way of reacting to someone who is suffering. Empathy is feeling that suffering as if it were you own. In it's simplest form, it is flinching when someone slams his finger in a door. At it ... Posted: April 4th. 2010   Views: 2,421   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Wheel of the Year and It’s Influences in our Daily Life - MissElphie

    Wicca, and many other pagan paths, celebrate the Wheel of the Year. The festivities around the Seasons and the Path of the Sun in the Sky have been a motive of celebration in History. Today I’m going to talk about its influence on ... Posted: April 4th. 2010   Views: 2,280   - [ Full Article ]

March 28th. 2010

  • Age Is Just A Blunder - Fire Lyte

    If I asked you to choose between asking a 19-year-old kid or a 40-year-old established adult to answer a question about politics, which would you choose? The quick and dirty answer is probably the 40-year-old. We naturally think t ... Posted: March 28th. 2010   Views: 3,727   - [ Full Article ]

  • Are You a Pagan Individual? - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    When one looks about the Neo Pagan community, one common factor that stands out is the constant jockeying of certain individuals/groups to be the learning curve for all other pagans. To my mind this is an attempt to validate ones ... Posted: March 28th. 2010   Views: 3,051   - [ Full Article ]

  • Supportive Practices of the Craft - Iain Quicksilver

    In addition to the practices of witchcraft usually discussed, such as divination and herb lore, there are practices, which support a witch’s overall efforts. The following seven sections describe practices I have found useful for ... Posted: March 28th. 2010   Views: 2,875   - [ Full Article ]

March 21st. 2010

  • When You Might Not Want to Come Out of the Broom Closet - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    A great deal has been written about the benefits and advantages of coming out as Pagan to your family, friends and co-workers, both here on Witchvox and in other places. Living an honest life, helping Paganism be more accepted as ... Posted: March 21st. 2010   Views: 7,946   - [ Full Article ]

  • Bewitching - Bob Makransky

    Witchcraft is a craft. It’s something you learn. Witches usually do have supernormal powers. However, these powers are learned. There can be inborn talent, but it takes a lifetime of practice just to perfect one such power. This i ... Posted: March 21st. 2010   Views: 3,254   - [ Full Article ]

  • Personal Alchemy and the Value of Failed Magick - Once Schooled, Now Solo Mage

    The other day I was speaking to a friend regarding the result of ritual work. We had both been encountering some radical results in response to our individual practices and we noted with a wry sense of irony that sometimes we get ... Posted: March 21st. 2010   Views: 3,119   - [ Full Article ]

March 14th. 2010

  • I'm Not Proud To Be Pagan - Bronwen Forbes [Witchvox Sponsor]

    In a previous piece here on Witchvox, I related the story of how I dared to show up at a hot, Southern Pagan Pride event in *gasp* shorts and a T-shirt rather than the apparent requisite flowing skirt, glitter and fairy wings. One ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 9,215   - [ Full Article ]

  • Saying the "P" Word - Valerie

    Not too long ago, in the context of a charitable association I have through the coven that I co-lead, I was invited to a “thank- you” cocktail party. The experience inspired some bizarre behavior on my part. Let me explain. ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 4,110   - [ Full Article ]

  • Defense of the Faith - Stephanie

    Wicca is, without doubt, the greatest threat to the establishment of the Christian church today. I predict that, given time, the views and the points that the Wicca bring forth to argue and defend their own faith, will, without fa ... Posted: March 14th. 2010   Views: 3,485   - [ Full Article ]

  • 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: 2,143   - [ 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: 1,945   - [ 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: 1,916   - [ 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: 3,352   - [ 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: 2,791   - [ 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: 2,264   - [ 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: 4,211   - [ 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: 3,869   - [ 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: 3,492   - [ 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: 2,498   - [ 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: 2,304   - [ 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: 10,386   - [ Full Article ]

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