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Looking to expand your Witchy ways? Follow Elysia as she reflects on all things Pagan.

The Tail of a Book Cover

Have you ever wondered how Llewellyn comes up with some of its beautiful cover designs? Today, to celebrate the release of The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake, I’m going to explain the process. Since it involves Deborah, it also involves a cute cat. So this post should interest book-lovers and cat-lovers alike! Here at Llewellyn, […]

Llewellyn at PantheaCon 2014

Ah, how I love the first stirrings of February…the subzero temperatures, the constant scraping of frost off the windshield, the frequent snow showers, and the road-salt-encrusted boots. Lovely! But even more than that, I love leaving it all behind and attending PantheaCon, now in its 20th year. I’ve blogged about PantheaCon before, so I will […]

Is Your Glass Half Full?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Alaric Albertsson, author of Travels Through Middle Earth, Wyrdworking, and the new To Walk a Pagan Path. We are all familiar with the rhetorical expression, “Is your glass half full, or half empty?” The question, of course, can be answered both ways, illustrating how a given situation […]

The Crone’s Tree: Rethinking Your Yuletide Color Palette

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Linda Raedisch, author of Night of the Witches and the new Old Magic of Christmas. In Coming of Age in Samoa, anthropologist Margaret Mead coined the term “postmenopausal zest” for the creative energy that seizes women once they are freed from the responsibilities of childcare. Coming of […]

The Anguish of Climate Change

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Clea Danaan, author of the new Living Earth Devotional and Sacred Land. If you’ve been paying attention to the current state of the planet, you may be struggling with a pervading sense of doom. Not only do all signs point to dangerous heat, crazy storms, drought, famine, […]

The Better Part of the Journey

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cliff Seruntine, author of Seasons of the Sacred Earth. Some say enchantment is only a fancy, a carry over from times long past when our ancestors knew no better. Others say enchantment is a tool and can be shaped to serve their own ends. But there are […]

Truly Connecting to the Wheel of the Year

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jane Meredith, author of Rituals of Celebration. Many of the most powerful times I’ve had in ritual have been during celebrations for one of the eight festivals of the Wheel of the Year. Moments of powerful community; of ecstatic spiritual revelation; of deep self-knowledge and of pure […]

Rolling Stones: Travel Memories and Crystal Magic

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ember Grant, author of Magical Candle Crafting and the new Book of Crystal Spells Most people who travel bring home souvenirs—some people collect coffee mugs or post cards. I collect rocks. Or stone jewelry. Sometimes both. In crystal magic, stones we find in special places often hold […]

Hammer of Thor now VA accepted symbol of faith

April was a hard month, news-wise, but May has been bringing one bit of good news after another. The latest is the surprising addition, without much fanfare, of Thor’s Hammer to the list of approved religious symbols for Armed Forces memorials, headstones and graves. As you can see on the National Cemetery Administration’s list of Available […]

To Bronwynn, the teller of tales

Today we sadly mark the passing of a storyteller, priestess, consultant, reader, and author, Bronwynn Forrest Torgerson, who left this world on April 12, 2013. From her Witchvox obituary: Bronwynn was a passionate writer and story-teller. She authored several books, including One Witches Way and Cookie Cutter Magic, as well as myriad other articles, short […]