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I am nothing like Christine O’Donnell

I thought I could let the whole Christine O’Donnell dabble-gate blow over without comment. But then the candidate from Delaware released a new political ad in which she says, “I am not a witch. I’m nothing you’ve heard. I’m you.” Oh, dear Christine, you are so not me. Unlike you, I believe in evolution, I […]

“And So, It Begins…”

The title of this post comes from a statement by Ambassador Kosh from the TV show, Babylon 5. It was one of the best science fiction shows ever (well, the first 4 seasons were) dealing with issues of the nature of good and evil, order and chaos, and the eternal repetition and cycles of the […]

The Path of a Christian Witch

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Adelina St. Clair, author of The Path of a Christian Witch. I spent the last four years steeped in the writing of The Path of a Christian Witch. Writing has become such an essential part of my life and it gives me great pleasure to contribute to […]

Is the Inverted Pentagram Evil or Satanic?

The recent Memorial Day weekend got me thinking about the pentagram. Why? Well, read on… For as long as I can remember, my teachers (and innumerable books) have claimed that the “upright” pentagram is a positive and spiritual image. It’s upright. What could be more positive than upright? It’s used as a symbol for Wicca, […]

Do you make your own magical crafts?

Lately I’ve been getting a slew of crafting books and proposals. Slated for publication in 2011, I’m currently working on books on crafting your own magical candles (winter release), your own wands (summer release), and lots of other fun projects for magical home dĂ©cor and beauty (fall release). Plus, there are more proposals on their […]

Celebrate Earth Day with Love

Whether you’re a homebody or you’re out in the parks throwing a festive party for Mother Earth today, we have plenty of magical ideas for you on how to celebrate Earth Day this year. Our Spell-a-Day features an Earth Day Ritual today. Last year I wrote an Earth Day article containing four simple tips to […]

Top 10 Problems of Being A Small Town Pagan

As an added bonus to our interview with author Bronwen Forbes, I asked her to make up a list of the top ten difficulties of living in a small town as a Pagan. She commented, “I swear I am not making any of these up in full — all are based on actual comments or my […]

Are you a “small-town Pagan”?

I am anxiously awaiting a new manuscript from an author of mine, Bronwen Forbes, who has promised to mail it in next week. It’s about the challenges of being a Pagan, Wiccan or Witch living in a small town. For the purposes of the book, Bronwen says that whatever you consider a small town is […]

Interdisciplinary Paganism?

Last month I was able to attend two wonderful conferences: PantheaCon and ConVocation. Now, I don’t know about you, dear reader, but these events get me high as a kite. And by that, I mean spiritually and mentally high – not a drug or alcohol high. That’s one of the reasons Pagans love going to […]

Want to keep your 1st Amendment rights? Read this!

I am shocked almost speechless today at a brazen attack on the religious liberties of Pagans, Wiccans, and all other followers of minority religions. Some of you may have heard of Rev. Patrick McCollum, a man who became the first government-recognized Wiccan chaplain in the United States in 1997. He has been doing outstanding work […]