Paganism Archive

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,

Blood is life: The Vampire’s Masquerade Ball

By Deirdre Riley
I first heard about Portland's Vampire’s Masquerade Ball by chance.

A chat with Yvonne Aburrow about diversity

By Sable Aradia
Yvonne Aburrow hopes that Wicca will become more inclusive of people with disabilities, people

Voices of the Sacred Feminine, ed. Karen Tate

By Susan Starr
Voices of the Sacred Feminine is a collection of 40 interviews and guest essays

Ostara traditions: Eggs, rabbits, and rituals

By Samantha Bell
Keeping with tradition, Ostara is a great time for spell work involving new beginnings,

5 ways to connect with nature as an urban Pagan

By Samantha Bell
If you’re like me, stuck in the concrete jungle, I’ve found five ways to

Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul, edited by Tara Miller

By Nicole Pippin
Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul is a wonderful reminder that we are

When a coven comes to its natural end

By A Gardnerian
Little pieces go with you when your coven comes to a natural conclusion.