From Aesthetic to Adept: A Psychological Journey through Witchcraft

It’s been over twenty-two years since I dedicated my life to Witchcraft. I remember when  I was a teenager, I enjoyed the idea of being a witch. The dark clothes, the visually appealing spell work, and the mystery of it all intrigued me on every level. I knew Christianity was not my path at aContinue reading “From Aesthetic to Adept: A Psychological Journey through Witchcraft”

The Goddess Hekate – On the Lookout

The Greek Goddess Hekate seems to be coming up everywhere for me. I attribute the fact that I’m noticing her more lately to a certain coming of age. I’m at the point in my life when maidenhood is only a memory now and I am into the thick of motherhood. As I grow older, I’mContinue reading “The Goddess Hekate – On the Lookout”

How to Measure Success – As a Pagan!

Samhain is one time when we may explore our own mortality. What a person does in life can have a major influence on those they leave behind. If we are to weigh our actions throughout our lifetimes, how might we measure success? Success, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary is as follows: 1: the factContinue reading “How to Measure Success – As a Pagan!”

An introductory Guide to Celtic Paganism

“Tús maith leath na hoibre” “A good start is half the work.” – Irish Proverb DISCLAIMER The “Pagan Pathways” series was inspired by a good friend who needed a little help understanding the fundamentals of Slavic Paganism. I wrote that article as part of my obligation to the spiritual community & also because this friendContinue reading “An introductory Guide to Celtic Paganism”

An Introductory Guide to Slavic Paganism

A friendly disclaimer . . . An Introduction to Slavic Paganism Recently, it was brought to my attention that one of our members was in need of some resources related to Slavic Paganism. My disclaimer here is, I’m no expert or practitioner of Slavic beliefs nor do I hold any cultural ties to it. IContinue reading “An Introductory Guide to Slavic Paganism”

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