Category Archives: Pagan Philosophy

Why Is Dancing With The Goddess So Controversial?

Wicca, to me, is like a beautiful gem with many facets. Ask ten Witches a philosophical question, and you’ll get ten different answers, especially since not all Witches are Wiccans! Are there really wrong answers? Aren’t the answers just based … Continue reading

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From One Witch To Another: Archetypes

“The Gods are real, not as persons, but as vehicles of power. Briefly, it may be explained that the personification of a particular type of cosmic power in the form of a God or Goddess, carried out by believers and … Continue reading

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From One Witch To Another: Make it so!

So, here we are… JANUARY! Maybe on the first of the month you took out your old resolutions. You know the ones. These are the same resolutions you had last year, and maybe even the year before (and maybe the … Continue reading

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From One Witch to Another: Gratitude

A book was published in 1910 called “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles. I believe that by “Rich” he meant in all things: rich in relationships, rich in exuberance for life, rich in ethics, rich in health, rich in … Continue reading

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