Paganism Archive

Iconic occult documentaries of the ’70s

By Hathormetic
There's a certain something about occult documentaries made in the 1970s.

Christian Mythology, by Philippe Walter

By Gesigewigu's
In this book, Philippe Walter asks: how much of Christian mythology and celebration is

Albuquerque: Magical Mountain Mabon

By Anie Savino
The Magical Mountain Mabon Festival, this year featuring Selena Fox as its headliner, focuses

Mabon, by Diana Rajchel

By Anie Savino
I recommend Mabon: Ritual, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox to anyone wanting

Brigid, by Courtney Weber

By Hathormetic
Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess is both a reflection of

Bringing Race to the Table, ed. by Crystal Blanton

By Anie Savino
Pagans of all ages, creeds and varieties can benefit greatly from reading Bringing Race

Silver Witchcraft Tarot Kit, by Barbara Moore

By Marjorie Jensen
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot focuses on the cycle of the year and feminine energies,

Lughnasadh: The feast of grain and berries

By Susan Starr
Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas, is all about giving thanks for and eating the

The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power, by Lady Sable Aradia

By Corinna Underwood
The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power is one of the best books for a

The Case for Polytheism, by Steven Dillon

By Anie Savino
The Case for Polytheism furthers a rich tradition of Pagan polytheists discussing their beliefs

Did Freemasonry invent modern Paganism?

By Angel Millar
Freemasonry's influence may have gone largely unacknowledged, though it, too, at times, has existed

Liber Nox, by Michael Howard

By Gesigewigu's
If you’re looking for an introduction into witchcraft and the Wheel of the Year,