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Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster

Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster

When I took up Angels for Beginners, I was experiencing a difficult time in my life and though I am a sceptic and non-believer, I was determined to be open to what Richard Webster -- or what my guardian angel (if he or she existed) -- had to offer.
Menstruation and magick: Reclaiming the power of the body

Menstruation and magick: Reclaiming the power of the body

The heightened sensitivity that many people feel during their periods can lead to greater access of reflective powers and give insight into our worlds.

Witch activism: It’s happening now

Given their history as a persecuted group, it’s logical that witches would be resistant to oppressive regimes. Witch activism is on the rise.

Danielle Dulsky: An interview with a wild woman

When I first walked into Danielle Dulsky’s yoga studio for Wolf-Woman Autumn Camp, I knew I was in for some serious magick. The studio was welcoming and inclusive, with women from all over the country joined together for a day of connecting with the Dark Goddess. We began the day with a sacred cocoa ceremony to invoke Kali. This was followed by a moving meditation with yoga to channel the fury of Lilith, and the day concluded with Danielle leading us through past-life regressions, which to this day have held a marked impact on my psyche.

Radical Dharma, by Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Radical Dharma is about navigating race and gender in the western Buddhist community, but also about challenging these issues in western culture as a whole.
Havamal Witches, by Danica Swanson

#HavamalWitches: We are the witches the Havamal warns you about

I didn’t mean to start an international movement against sexism in my religious community. I didn’t mean to stir the pot that deep. But,...
Rolling pin, flour, and star, photo by Susana Fernandez

Domestic magick: The lost art of homemaking

The role of homemaker is a vital human occupation. The practice of domestic magick recentres us on the individual, as well as on living for its own sake.
Rainbow ribbons, photo by Ted Eytan

Beyond the gender binary in Pagan practice

The gender binary in sacred space is used as a way to represent the duality of nature but it can push people away. It's time we moved past it.

Jailbreaking consciousness with Lasara Firefox Allen: The uncut interview

Lasara Firefox Allen is a radical feminist whose book, Jailbreaking the Goddess, pushes the traditional model of the Goddess into powerful new territory.
Lasara Firefox Allen

Jailbreaking consciousness with Lasara Firefox Allen

Sharon Woods sat down with Lasara Firefox Allen to discuss her vision of the feminal divine and the role it can play in activism in a divisive climate.
Frozen maple leaf, photo by Aaron Poach

Canadian Pagans taking a stand against bigotry and intolerance

On Human Rights Day last year, a group of Canadian Pagan and Heathens launched a declaration against intolerance within our communities.
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.
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