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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 […]

A Holiday Challenge

I’m pet-sitting over the holidays, which means I am in a house with a lot more tv channels than I’m accustomed to. While flipping through the endless options this weekend I came across a program talking about the origins of varied holiday traditions that abound. While I’ve pondered the meaning behind some of my own automatic traditions […]

Holiday gift guide for Pagans, Wiccans, and cool people

It’s that time of year again…time for gift shopping! Whether you celebrate Yule, the Winter Solstice, Christmas or Hanukkah with your family and friends, the season has come to be synonymous with the giving of thoughtful gifts, trinkets or tokens of goodwill. This puts some degree of stress on all of us; though giving is […]

“That” Time of the Year is Coming: Holiday Gift Ideas

I love this time of the year. Yule, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year and all the other holidays. That means it’s time to give (and receive!) presents! Those holidays are only a few weeks away, so it’s time to start thinking now about what to give. Sure, I like to get “prezzies” as much as anyone, […]

Don’t Let Being Resolute Ruin Your Resolutions

Now that the amazing 2010 winter solstice, the 24-hour period with the least amount of sunlight, has passed (here at the Sea of Trees in So. Cal. we had rain and clouds and couldn’t see the lunar eclipse), the Sun begins to make its triumphant return. For those of you who have already had late […]

Holiday Gifts for Tarot Lovers

The Wheel of the Year turns, and as it turns, we acknowledge the passing time in various ways. As we move through the darkest days, we combat the long nights with lights, candles, parties, and shiny bright gifts. Whether you are looking for a friend or loved one who loves tarot or who wishes to […]

The “Fractionation” Magickal Ritual for the Season

This season has holidays that involve candles and lights. The Tantric/Hindu holiday of Diwali is a multi-day holiday which includes lighting more candles each night. Hanukkah, also a multi-day holiday, also has people lighting more candles each night. On Christmas, electric lights (formerly candles) would like illuminate the tree and the home. Pagans light a […]

The new Gap ad

This week Gap, the popular US clothing chain, released its 2009 holiday ad, which I’ve already seen probably 10 times. It’s a loud and rather annoying cheer, which the first few times I heard just sounded like random shouting. After a couple more times, I realized they are cheering: Go Christmas! Go Hanukkah! Go Kwanzaa! […]