Information on the pagan celebration of Samhain, and seven crystals that are suited to this time of the year.
Witches are more than just broomsticks and cauldrons. Wicca, a new-age Pagan religion, is gaining more and more popularity, but how many people really know what it is?
The virtues of Rowan, also known as Mountain Ash, have long been celebrated in folk-magic. This article teaches you how to make your own necklace from the berries.
An overview of the Celtic festival Samhain, from ancient times to its modern aspects, including recipes and rituals (first published in Pagan Forest Magazine).
Planning to celebrate the seasons and honor Mother Earth with the Wheel of the Year? Learn more about the history and significance of the eight pagan holidays.
Crafts are a fun way to get into the spirit of the holiday. Here are some Pagan harvest festival crafts that are easy, cheap, great for kids and adults, and look great on your altar!
Celebrating Mabon with the family? Trying to include your children in your Sabbat celebrations? Here are some great ideas for things you can do together.
There are two different meanings of “Fairy Faith.” First, it simply refers to the old folkloric belief in fairies, and the practices found therein. The second meaning is found in modern paganism.
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the holidays you celebrate? Many of them are Pagan in nature and have evolved with the times. Read on and find out more!
This obscure Hindu goddess is not as well known as her counterparts, but she is a goddess who can teach you important life lessons. She uses heartbreak, trauma, and brokenness as tools to fuel her through life as she rides on the back of a giant crocodile down the River of the Universe.
Imbolc is a pagan holiday that occurs when winter is half over. Find out ways to honor this sacred time.
Discover seven types of crystal that are ideal for use at Imbolc. We will discuss common properties and unique attributes associated with these seven selections.
Information on the pagan celebration of Ostara and seven crystals that are suited to this time of the year.
Information on crystals that are suited for use around and during the pagan harvest festival of Lammas.
The Fall Equinox is a time for balance and reflection. But most of all, it's for taking time to give thanks for your life, your magick, and your spirituality.
Mighty Macha is the sister to Badb and Anu of the sisters Morrigan. She can infuse your life with fertile abundance, with the vibrant power of the sun, and the strength and bravery of a Celtic warrior. I will summarize her ancient lore and suggest ways to bring her into your life.
The Morrigan is a Celtic Triple Goddess comprised of three sisters. Anu, otherwise known as Anand, is referred to as Morrigu, the third sister. She is more than a Land Goddess—she is the land, nourishing the gods with her rich soil and lush foliage.
The magic of the Morrigan affects every aspect of life. This Celtic Triple Goddess is comprised of three sisters, and while each reflects the essence of the Morrigan, each sister plays a unique role. Badb the Battle Crow possesses magic that heals, enriches, and helps you peer into the future.
Although many spiritual people today consider God to be firmly male, the concept of female divinity is an ancient one. Mother-figure deities are still found in many contemporary religions.
I really hope I can find a way to compress the vast amount of information on Paganism into this Hub. My hope is that for those people who don't really know what Paganism is all about, this article will at least make it a little bit clearer and dispel many popular misconceptions about Paganism in general. So what is Paganism and what is a Pagan?.....
At our house, one thing you can usually count on at Samhain is a bubbling hot cauldron of beef stew! This is my favorite recipe—I don't think we've had a Samhain without it for 15 years.
Some Pagans take offense to St. Paddy's Day and protest by spending the day dressed in black. Others don their greens and put on the corned beef and cabbage, celebrating it in a new way—All Snakes Day!
Brigid was an Irish, Celtic Goddess who was worshipped as the one who could aid people in survival against all odds. When Christianity came to Ireland, she was somehow able to become both St. Brigid, and also maintain her identity as a Pagan Goddess. Pretty nifty, wouldn't you say?
Discover the seven basic items found on pagan ritual altars and how they should be positioned for a southern hemisphere altar.
Wicca or Asatru, La Santisima Muerte or Voodoo? There are many spiritual paths you can follow, and all of them are very different from one another. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Buying supplies for your craft and its practices need not be expensive. Here are many budget options that will save you money—without compromising on quality and effectiveness.
A Book of Shadows is a journal or record of learned magickal knowledge. These can be made by individuals or passed down within established spiritual traditions.
Samhain, Halloween, All Hallow's Eve, Shadowfest—no matter what you choose to call this holiday, there is one thing we can all agree on: it is arguably the most powerful time for magic and divination. Here are some magical workings that even newcomers can try.
Anubis was the original Egyptian God of the Dead and the God of funerary rights. But there is more to Anubis than meets the eye.
Sunset today, Monday April 30th, marks the beginning of Beltane. Here is a quick history and a list of activities Pagans can do to celebrate this vibrant holiday.
Crystals can be very beneficial for anyone travelling, whether for buisness or leisure. This article describes some of these stones and the benefits they bring.
What can you do to share your Pagan holidays with your children? How can you create family traditions and make seasonal celebrations meaningful for them? Try some of these Imbolc activities and crafts to start building wonderful memories for your Sabbats.
Some frugal and free ideas for where to buy or how to create pagan tools and items that are personal to you.
Mabon is the festival celebrated at the autumn equinox and is the second of three pagan harvest festivals.
Love jack-o-lanterns for Samhain? Here are some Pagan pumpkin carving stencils for you to print and use this year.
Broadly speaking, Paganism, from a Western viewpoint, means all religions that do not trace their origins to Abraham, i.e. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
This article is intended to provide the reader with information on how to make Pagan/Wiccan black salt and explain what black salt represents within the religion.