Hi, I’m Emily and I’m a pop culture magick practitioner. A few years ago I probably wouldn’t have said that aloud in public for fear of rotten fruit being thrown at my head. Until fairly recently many “traditional” magick practitioners looked down on modern practices, like pop culture magick, that didn’t bother with getting a magical pedigree. These days most practitioners are a lot more open to new ways of doing things and pop culture magick (PCM) seems to be all the rage. This, of course, begs the question: what is pop culture magick? Continue reading
Pop culture magick is all the rage these days, but that begs the questions: what is pop culture magick, why should you use it, and how does it work?
The second harvest corresponds to the autumnal equinox and is called Mabon, a modern name derived from the Welsh god Modron.
The Toronto Pagan Harvest Festival reminded me just how important these gatherings are for the Pagan community.