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Walking the Wheel: The Change of Seasons

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deborah Blake, author of several books, including her new Everyday Witch Book of Ritual. One of the aspects of modern Witchcraft I love the most is the concept of the Wheel of the Year. The Wheel of the Year is made up of eight Sabbats, or holidays, […]

7 Ways to Support the Pagan Community

Have you attended festivals or conferences put together by hard-working volunteers and organizers? Have you mingled at Pagan Pride Day, learned something new from an excellent workshop at a local store, chanted under the moon with close friends, felt energy coursing through hands of strangers on either side of you? Have you been entertained and […]

Jesus has really got Pagans talking

Jesus is always pissing someone off! Back in his day he was a controversial, anti-establishment Jewish teacher, and today he’s getting Pagans all riled up about a little book called Jesus Through Pagan Eyes. I worked with the Reverend Mark Townsend on this book from its inception in 2009, and it’s really an exciting premise: […]

My Interview Tomorrow: Did Tantra Influence the West?

Tomorrow, Saturday, May 12, I’ll be on the Forbidden America Internet Radio Show With host Steve McManus It begins at 11:00 p.m. Eastern (8:00 p.m. Pacific) The scheduled topic is: How Tantra has influenced Judaism, the Kabalah, Western Paganism and magick. Many people think of Tantra as simply being “that sex stuff.” Even in India, […]

Hinduism and the Nature of Paganism

One of my favorite blogs to follow is Jason Pitzi-Waters’ The Wild Hunt. It’s one of the best blogs focusing on Paganism and magick on all of the internet. In a recent post, he describes an article discussing how some younger American Hindus are attempting to create a uniquely American version of Hinduism. He mentions the Hindu American […]

The Small-Town Pagan’s Survival Guide

If you haven’t heard about this amazing book yet, please check out the description, excerpt, or my previous blog posts about it. For now I just want to invite everyone who’s ordered the book, bought the book, borrowed the book, read the book, or added the book to their wishlist, to join the conversation that Bronwen […]

Creating Rituals of Fairy Tales

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kenny Klein, author of Through the Faerie Glass and the new Fairy Tale Rituals. I wanted to share a little of the process that brought me to writing my newest title, Fairy Tale Rituals, a book that looks at the very dark side of Grimm’s Fairy Tales, […]

How NOT to Communicate

Happy Beltane, Everyone. Beltane, occurring at the mid-point between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice is always a wonderful Pagan holiday, filled with joy and exuberance, both for children—with games such as circling the Maypole—and for adults who will be playing, uh, more adult games to bring the summer in. Dancing Round the Maypole From A […]

Raymond Buckland’s Adventures in Fiction

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Raymond Buckland, author of numerous books, including the new Solitary SĂ©ance. After many years of writing non-fiction (approximately sixty books) I am at last able to turn to my true love, which is fiction. I thought that the ideal genre on which to focus would be fantasy […]

Deity, Metaphor, and Masks

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ember Grant, author of Magical Candle Crafting. As a Neo-Pagan, I’m often asked about gods and goddess. Do I worship a pantheon? If so, which one? This is a tricky question. Basically, I feel that the universe and our natural world represent the divine power, and this […]