How I Feel About Fate

I’ve been asked so many times if I’m a, “heathen.” I suppose that really depends upon the definition of the word. I was certainly called a heathen by my mother plenty throughout my childhood. The dictionary defines heathen as, “a person who does not belong to a widely held religion (especially one who is not a…

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Why I Teach In My Coven

Often, when someone new applies to join the Coven, they’re shocked to realize that we have “Dedicant Classes.” They’ll often wonder what that is or what it entails. Truth be told, those classes are more Feycraft-oriented, so it’s kind of like someone is expected to have at least read some material on modern Wicca, know…

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7 Things That Get Me Labeled “Traditionalist”

Quite often, I see youngling Witches come into the Craft with a glimmer in their eyes and a spring in their step. They’re excited to get moving, to jump into the deep end and start bustling along with gumption and gusto. I see it so much because I open our Coven up to new Dedicants each…

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Spirits of Place and Power

This post is part of a Strategic Sorcery Blog Hop. You can click the links below (and at the bottom) to find the previous, master link list, and the next post in this series of posts with various views, ideas and approaches on the topic of the magic and/or spirits of place. Previous | Master…

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Why My Flavor Of Witchcraft Is Not For Everyone

In our modern age, ever since the introduction of Wicca ala Gardner to the states by one Raymond Buckland, there has been a swelling tide of various types of the Craft. There are many Wiccans who came into Wicca in the 1970’s and 1980’s who are still going strong. Some of them are right here…

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