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May 18th. 2008

  • The Truth About So-Called 'Banishing' - Talitha Dragonfly

    Some mundane definitions of "banish":Verb.1. To expel from a community or group. Ban, ostracize, shun, cast out, blackball.2. Ban from a place of residence, as for punishment.3. Expel, as if by official decree. ... Posted: May 18th. 2008   Views: 4,089   - [ Full Article ]

  • Purification Rite - Pagan Sanctuary

    Purification Rite: Preparation Preparation in traditional witchcraft, and for ritual Magick of any type, requires the Practitioner to have self-discipline and the techniques he/she has acquired from mental discipline. Conc ... Posted: May 18th. 2008   Views: 3,547   - [ Full Article ]

May 11th. 2008

  • A NeoPagan Cosmytheology - Bran th' Blessed [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The NeoPagan religions are often identified as being focused on practice more than theory, on ritual more than belief, on an inclusive eclecticism more than an authoritarian dogma. This does not mean that we are or should be witho ... Posted: May 11th. 2008   Views: 4,138   - [ Full Article ]

  • Effective Public Worship Is Good Theater - Janice Van Cleve

    Blending the ideas of theater and ritual may at first sound sacrilegious. However, there is plenty of historical basis for such a blending. The Greeks used theater performances to promote their new patriarchal religion. The mediev ... Posted: May 11th. 2008   Views: 2,856   - [ Full Article ]

May 4th. 2008

  • Why Covens Often Fail - Talitha Dragonfly

    I've been doing a little research lately on the subject of why Covens often fall apart so fast. The answers I've been collecting come from talking with other Pagans, scanning a few Pagan-themed message boards, revisiting the pages ... Posted: May 4th. 2008   Views: 4,779   - [ Full Article ]

  • Color-Full Ritual - Janice Van Cleve

    We use many tools to work our magic. We have our sacred tools, of course, like athames and wands, chalices and charms, spells and symbols, and the like. We also have herbs and stones and special oils. We cast circles and call in t ... Posted: May 4th. 2008   Views: 4,369   - [ Full Article ]

  • Economy Depleting Our Pagan Communities - Church of the Blessed Moon

    Yesterday, I had to tell my son to limit his after school snack. Today, I had to tell my husband we wouldn’t be having lunch anymore at work. Tomorrow, I will partake in my community's Beltane weekend, where I can assure you there ... Posted: May 4th. 2008   Views: 4,296   - [ Full Article ]

  • Analyzing Power Dynamics in the Coven Setting - Katessa Harkey

    Though every group, regardless of character or purpose, will necessarily have a power dynamic eminent in the relationships between its members, the nature of the relationships inherent and nearly unique to the coven provides an un ... Posted: May 4th. 2008   Views: 3,244   - [ Full Article ]

April 27th. 2008

  • Magick: The Basics - Pagan Sanctuary

    Basics are as important to the study and practice of witchcraft as the most advanced spell is. It could be said that the basic conceptions and laws of magick is as important to witchcraft as yeast is to bread. Without either, noth ... Posted: April 27th. 2008   Views: 4,779   - [ Full Article ]

April 20th. 2008

  • The Butterfly - Rev. Onyx HP

    There was once a student of a great master. The master lived on a great estate far from civilization. The student loved nature and would often take long walks on the forested grounds of his master’s estate. Taking time to enjoy al ... Posted: April 20th. 2008   Views: 3,738   - [ Full Article ]

April 13th. 2008

  • The Origin of Magick - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Have you ever wondered about the origins of magick?By magick I am not referring to the stage tricks employed by various entertainers for our amusement, but rather the energy which numerous cultures and belief systems have tapp ... Posted: April 13th. 2008   Views: 4,637   - [ Full Article ]

  • What is Remembered LIVES! - Kedeshim

    The following was originally written in 2005 for inclusion in the SOE liturgy for a joint celebration honoring the Feast of Heroes (Veteran's Day) and the Feast of Hekate and the Cthonoi (November 16). It was used as a prelude for ... Posted: April 13th. 2008   Views: 4,166   - [ Full Article ]

March 30th. 2008

  • Pagan Community - What Works? - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Ever since the early 1970’s when I first became aware of such concerns, there has been talk of forming a pagan community. To my mind there has always been such a community, though it has not always been publicly evident as such. F ... Posted: March 30th. 2008   Views: 4,208   - [ Full Article ]

March 16th. 2008

  • The Ongoing Saga of Royal Tara and the Toll Road - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Royal Tara, seat of the High King of Ireland in Pagan times, premiere portal to the Celtic Otherworlds, realm of the Ancestors and the Faeries, has a history dating back 6,000 years. But even in a span as long at Tara’s, the last ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 8,576   - [ Full Article ]

  • Please, Don’t Think You Know Me! - Lady Abigail [Witchvox Sponsor]

    “I have no fear of who you see, For I can be only me.”For me, it was a wonderful gift, being raised in the love and nurturing compassion of my Great Grandmother and learning from her the wisdom of family and his ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 4,042   - [ Full Article ]

  • Once Upon a Time - Crick [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Once upon a time, folks lived in small villages and clans, which were scattered about the land. During these times folks came to rely on each other. The trading of skills was a commonplace occurrence. Common respect for each other ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 3,761   - [ Full Article ]

  • Catnip: Procrastination, Commitment, and Energetic Honesty - Khi Armand

    So a couple months ago I began a work-exchange apprenticeship at an herbal shop in a town nearby. The circumstances surrounding my start there were more than coincidental and my life has never been the same.It all started ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 3,730   - [ Full Article ]

  • Wiccan by Spirit - Adding Layers of Religion - Artemisia Shira of Handfastings Magazine [Witchvox Sponsor]

    How does one come to be Wiccan? One’s spiritual path is guided by a number of things in life: ideas, experiences, needs, and passions. For each person, they are different. Finding one’s path is very personal and no two journeys ar ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 3,430   - [ Full Article ]

  • Life, Journey, and the Challenge - Silverghost [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I have been thinking a lot lately. About everything that I have been experiencing, things going on in my life, where I want to go. So I wanted to write some things down, and while I started doing that, I found I had something to s ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 2,911   - [ Full Article ]

  • Fold Magick - Rev. Ryan Saunders

    I have read many articles and books on the art of cord magick, where in by knotting a cord and visualizing the spells purpose and need the magick is cast. Then I began to look at other art forms I have worked with over the years a ... Posted: March 16th. 2008   Views: 2,150   - [ Full Article ]

March 9th. 2008

  • Perfect Love and Perfect Trust - Ariel

    Much like the phrase "Blessed Be, " “Perfect Love and Perfect Trust” is often bantered about in some Craft communities without much thought given to its meaning. Perfect Love? What is Perfect? In the tradition that I pract ... Posted: March 9th. 2008   Views: 3,336   - [ Full Article ]

  • Great Work/ Great Rite: Common Symbolism in Alchemy and Witchcraft - Katessa Harkey

    Few would argue that modern Witchcraft has its roots in many varied historical occult philosophies. One such system, commonly overlooked, is philosophical alchemy. Much of what remains from the original practitioners of this arcan ... Posted: March 9th. 2008   Views: 3,333   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 'Power' Of A Word - Lady GoldenRaven

    I am so tired of hearing the constant misuse of one particular word: POWER.We need to lose the egos people. Being a Wytch, Pagan, or Wiccan is not about power. It is about honoring and celebrating the Old Ones and Their Wa ... Posted: March 9th. 2008   Views: 2,910   - [ Full Article ]

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