It seems there is some division within the Pagan community that perpetuates stereotypes about the practice of binding.
There is a stigma associated with seeking out and approaching Lilith. The magical community suggests working with her is unbecoming.
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.
Whether you celebrate Lughnasadh, or you're simply looking for something fun to do, we've got some ideas for adults and children alike.
Emma Kathryn writes on how to work with the seasons of Sabbats through the year to deepen your connection to their magical influence.
Being open with your practice to friends and family isn’t everyone’s goal, but if you want to be able to talk about it with loved ones, here are some tips!
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,...
Satanic art has given me another way to express myself. It has been a form of magical and spiritual therapy. Even though my work is primarily devotional, I have used magick in some of my paintings to manifest both inward and outward changes.
How can we strengthen and deepen our connection to nature outside the cliched notion of "getting away from it all"? Is nature the sole domain of forest, jungle, or ocean, or does it also encompass the sometimes alienating environments of city and suburbia? I contend that establishing a true and lasting connection to nature begins exactly where you are. Our bodies and our homes are ecosystems unto themselves. The micro reflects the macro, and so we may begin the flirtation with Mother Nature by looking inwards.
Of the 18 articles on magick we published in 2017, these are the 11 most popular. We’ve had a fantastic year, and it’s all thanks to you — our readers and supporters.
Health means something different for different bodies but when we speak of it as a lifestyle, it means extreme “clean” eating and living, including but not limited to veganism or using only natural products in your home and on your body. For some, this lifestyle has been incorporated into their practice and they believe that others should partake in it. However, the sharing of this lifestyle often brings shame in magick communities and ultimately begs the question of whether or not such shame has any place in spiritual circles. Can you talk about magick and health at all?
Discipline is necessary for spiritual growth, but how does one cultivate it when the roadmaps we have been given pay homage to oppressive structures?