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The Two Kings: A Tale of Love and the Sharing of Power

An LGBTQ-friendly tale of the Holly King and Oak King, the cycle of the seasons, and the sharing of power.  Happy Pride! Source: The Two Kings: A Tale of Love and the Sharing of Power Advertisements

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Witch Crafting

Originally posted on Sable Aradia, Priestess & Witch:
I always thought that this desire to make and create things, and to combine them in interesting ways that spell out a symbolic language, was the reason that we call it The…

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Seekers and Guides: Why Witches Wield Wands

In the age of the athame, a Witch might wonder why we bother putting a wand on the altar at all. But the use of the wand is an ancient practice with deep roots and esoteric history. What is a

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Don’t Call it a Comeback, Please.

I’ve been a pagan now for about 20 odd years, over half of my life now. Two decades. Some of the Pagans in the community that I interact with have been Pagans for 25, 30, or more years. That’s a

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From the Shadows: “By Their Fruits Shall Ye Know Them”

How do you determine whether or not a faith has value? If I were to bring it back to apples, I would say that the only real test is in whether or not the resulting dish nourishes you. Source: From

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