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Hampstead Heath, photo by Olivier

Pagan heritage: Connecting to your roots and finding common ground

My understanding of my Pagan heritage is something that has changed, evolved, and grown over the years, and I'm sure it will continue to do so.
Locked horns graffiti in Toronto, photo by Mary Crandall

Racism in magical communities

It seems easy to denounce the legions of white supremacists and neo-Nazis that have lately taken to setting up altars to the Old Gods,...
Hades by redcarpet2010

Worshipping familiar gods: Going beyond pop culture

We can be called to honour deities from cultures other than our own. Even if we have seen a movie with the deity in it, there's still more to learn.
The Goddess in America: The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context

The Goddess in America, ed. by Trevor Greenfield

The Goddess in America seeks to illumine how Goddess-affirming people in this “melting pot of nations” have come into relationship with Her.
Brandy Williams, detail

Brandy Williams on gender, race, and classism

Donyae Coles sat down and chatted with Brandy Williams to learn more about her history and outlook on the issues in magick spaces.
Dreaming the Divine, by Scott Cunningham

Dreaming the Divine, by Scott Cunningham

Dreaming the Divine by Scott Cunningham is a multilayered work that offers a thorough introduction to the practices associated with sacred sleep.
Deer, photo by Lena Nicholson

Not your spirit animal: Cultural appropriation, misinformation, and the Internet

The idea of a spirit animal is common in and out of Pagan spaces but this is an appropriated Indigenous practice and it's time we ended it.
An occultnik primer

An occultnik primer

Whether you're a newcomer to the site, a seasoned occultnik or someone who's curious and just testing the waters, this occultnik primer is for you.
Oculus at the Pantheon, photo by Mark McQuitty

Working with multiple pantheons: A beginner’s guide

There are many gods and goddess across many different cultures. As we learn more and more about the world around us, it’s no surprise that we feel drawn to various pantheons, after all, we contain multitudes. Working with many different gods can seem confusing but it can be done and is in fact done by many people.
The Activist’s Tao Te Ching, by William Martin

Activist’s Tao Te Ching, by William Martin

The Activist's Tao Te Ching uses the language of anti-capitalism and anti-consumerism, and deliberately reduces the ambiguity of the original text.
Grapes, photo by Sergio Russo

The Dionysian Spirit, by Sean Fitton

The Dionysian Spirit focuses on syncretic practices and theory, demonstrating why Dionysian rites were so different from mainstream ancient Greek religion.
Tilda Swindon as the White Witch in the Chronicles of Narnia

Black witch blues: The whiteness of magick spaces

Diversity matters in occult spaces and as a Black Witch, I haven't seen nearly enough of it.
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