Ritual roles and archetypes have nothing to do with gender, and shouldn’t be assigned based on this. For more on this, see “Gender and the elements” by Psyche, and “Beyond the gender binary in Pagan practice” by Donyae Coles.
Phil Hine on stotra.
On the care and feeding of charms.
On Wiccan fashion.
Does your faith seek to explain all things to all people?
Ten activities drawn from folklore to share with your kids. On a related note, see Donyae Coles’ article, “Sharing your magick with children: Feeding their curiosity and facing your challenges.”
There are good reasons to become Pagan, and, also, bad reasons.
Creating your own satanic statements is totally in the spirit of modern Satanism.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the first issue of Hellblazer, here’s an interview with creator and occultist Alan Moore.
On witch imagery of the past.
An interview with digital artist, illustrator, and visionary Manzel Bowman.
Ancient Egypt was more complicated and more diverse than you might think.
The latest issue of Psychedelic Press (no. 23, of couse) is dedicated to Discordianism and psychedelics.
Reading critically is essential.
Mary K. Greer on Pamela Colman Smith and set design.
A review of The Secret Keys of Conjure.
A review of The Crane Bag.
A review of The Collected Letters of Alan Watts.
Vantablack 2.0 is even blacker than its previous iteration, and it’s a thing of beauty.