Do you feel drawn to the art and magic of witchcraft but wonder where you fit into it all? This article will guide you in discovering your inner witch and may give you some thoughts on areas of witchcraft you want to explore.
Book Of The Dead: Spells and Guide For Ancient Egyptian Afterlife
Nikola Tesla and "Pagan" Energy
Reimagining the Wheel of the Year
Many contemporary pagan traditions, such as Wicca and Druidry, divide the year into eight equal pie pieces known as the Wheel of the Year. The Wheel follows the agricultural cycle which is acknowledged both directly and as a metaphor for the process of self-improvement and spiritual growth.
But in this time of ecological and environmental crises, practitioners of earth-based spirituality can move towards deeper interconnection and bring the Wheel of the Year with them.
Norse Mythology Children's Book Reviews For Pagan Families
The Norse pagan religion has some of the most captivating stories out there. Nordic gods are mortal and they have a wide range of emotions and real-life adventures. One of their most appealing qualities is they can be screw-ups!
I have been a parent for 38 years, an auntie, a homeschool mom, and public school teacher. Books are a part of my life. Learning about the Norse gods not only gives us a glimpse of their world but teaches us many life lessons.
Back To School For Pagan Children
New clothes, backpack, and notebooks. Some things are the same for all children at the end of the summer.
Your pagan child may feel anxious about starting a new school year with a new teacher and more advanced coursework.
Pagan children sometimes face challenges brought on by their lifestyle and/or religious life. They may face discrimination from other students or sadly even the teacher.
Thor: God of The Common People
13 Celtic Tree Months
The ancient Celtic calendar is based on a lunar schedule and contains thirteen months in the year. In modern paganism, we united the lunar phases with the Gregorian calendar to give us a definitive time period.
The Celtic Tree Months are based on the Ogham alphabet and each month corresponds to a sacred tree. The trees are associated with deities, elements, healing, and certain areas of magic.
ORISHA OKO: GOD OF SOIL AND AGRICULTURE
Orisha Oko is the Yoruba god of agriculture, fertility, and law. 'Orisha,' is a Yoruba word that means 'god' or 'higher entity.' He is especially revered by the Yoruba people in the western region of Africa as well as the Caribbean and Brazil.
Oko is celebrated on March 22 and Monday is a day to honor him.
Can You Be A Buddhist Wiccan?
Draconic Wicca 101
Draconic Wicca is the utilization of the powers of the dragons, alongside the God and the Goddess. This branch of Wicca has been growing steadily and isn’t that well known.
Draconic magic is a more advanced practice and is a practice that needs self-discipline and motivation. Dragons can be strict teachers!
16 Norse Symbols and What They Mean
Signs Bastet is Calling You
Mummification in Ancient Egypt
The Law of Attraction: How Can It Help Your Practice
Most people have heard of the Law of Attraction thanks to The Secret, the books and movies based on this ancient way of thinking. As interesting and as informative as they are there is so much more to the Law of Attraction than the franchise could possibly cover.
Rodnovery: Animal Totems And Spirit Guides
Animal totems and spirit guides were common among many pagan groups including the Native Slavic Faith.
Some Gods in the Rodnovery pantheon had really strong connections with certain animals. To some extent, they were even shapeshifters who came to our realm of living in the form of animals or animal spirits to interact with humans.
How to Setup a Norse Pagan Altar ( Complete list of supplies needed )
An altar is a space that you create for yourself that will represent your relationship with the gods. Our Norse ancestors had altars within their homes, often referred to as a Ve. It is a place where you and other members of your household can worship and honor Gods and Goddesses, perform rituals, and meditate.
There is often a lot of confusion surrounding pagan terminology. Paganism, Pantheism, Panentheism, Animism, Astrotheology, and Anthropomorphic are all terms used to describe religious philosophies.
All those P’s and A’s. It can all be very confusing. Here is a breakdown of terms with easy-to-understand definitions and examples.