As today is Imbolc for those who celebrate it, we thought we’d share a few pieces from our archives that may be of interest before we get to this week’s linkage.
- Imbolc: White candles and the Divine Feminine, by Donyae Coles
- Review of Imbolc, by Syndee Barwick
- Imbolc: Lambs, light and the Feast of Brigid, by Susan Starr
- Review of Brigid, by Jenna Danchuk
Want to perform a Satanic destruction ritual? Here’s a how-to.
Speaking of, have any of you subscribed to those witchy mail order things? Any good ones you’d recommend?
Geomancy can be pretty nifty.
Is lying part of being a magician? Not necessarily, but apparently this person thinks so? Kind of?
A personal journey with Hekate.
Want to know how to pronounce the name of the Greek gods in Greek? Here’s help.
So, like, what is religion supposed to do?
A paranormal investigator hates witches, and it seems the feeling might be mutual.
Confused about sex and gender and terms surrounding them? Here’s a quick and easy breakdown. While you’re at it, check out Donyae Coles’ “Beyond the gender binary in Pagan practice,” Xenia’s “Honouring queer and non-binary forms of nature,” and Psyche’s “Gender and the elements.”
Plain and Simple Tarot reviewed.
Witchcraft into the Wilds reviewed.
A review of Madame Endora’s Fortune Cards.
Essential Oils in Spiritual Practice reviewed.
Calls for submission
Nilvx has a call for submissions on the theme of tarot. Deadline: 1 March 2018.