Hearth Witch Down UnderToo Poor For Offerings
Financially speaking, I don't think there is such a thing as "can't" it's more a matter of compromise and ingenuity.
AgoraOutside the Circle: Why Stealing Bones Matters – The Aftermath Of Stupid
By now, many of us have read the story of the arrest of Ender Darling, for selling bones online, obtained from Holt Cemetery. The Wild Hunt also covered the news, offered a timeline to events leading up to her arrest. I wanted insight into the magic that was abused. I wanted to go to the source.
Raise the HornsMirth & Reverence: You Can Laugh During Ritual
Laughter isn't always appropriate in circle, but sometimes it's simply necessary.
Dowsing for DivinityFraud, and why it matters
A fraud is someone who deliberately and knowingly seeks to deceive others. If you can't trust their word, it would be inadvisable to trust them about anything else.
John BeckettMainstream Paganism
Paganism is a long way from universal acceptance, but we’re well down the path of becoming mainstream. The fact that there’s a Pagan channel on the world’s largest religious website... [Read More]
Poisoner's ApothecaryTraditional Wicca, Traditional Witchcraft, and British Traditional Witchcraft???
The word “Traditional” can lead to a lot of confusion if taken out of context. This is my attempt to shed some light on the discussion. I try to remain as objective as possible in... [Read More]
Common TansyAll Religion is Fraudulent
Yvonne Aburrow has a great post about fraud in the context of deceiving people about the origins of your religious initiation or tradition, but I want to push us a little deeper on... [Read More]
AgoraWhy Stealing Bones Matters - The Aftermath Of Stupid | Outside the Circle | The Agora | Patheos.com
[Manager’s Note: some of the quotations from Christian Day below were updated after publication. We apologize for any confusion and for the original mistakes.] By now, many of... [Read More]
The Zen PaganThere Is No Such Thing as “Cultural Appropriation”
In the past few weeks, two extended discussions about the evils of white folks wearing their hair in dreadlocks have come across my Facebook feed. According to some... [Read More]
Through the Grapevine
Dowsing for Divinity
Between the Shadows