Identifying and making contact with your totem animal.
Divination by horses sounds lovely.
Ultraculture has produced a comic book guide to lucid dreaming.
It’s true, “magick” predates Aleister Crowley, and was even more popular before his time.
Psychic readings versys therapy. Well, I know which I’d choose.
Camelia Elias explains the Lenormand Grand Tableaux.
Healing the land, Druid-style.
Things to consider when building your first altar.
Jason Miller sounds like a chaos magician. Again. (It’s ok. Chaotes are great. Really.)
On the importance of knowing and connecting with your local spirits.
Defining polytheism — what it means, and how to do it.
Some suggestions for ways to celebrate the summer solstice.
Predators aren’t all bad. Even when they’re preying on something you’re trying to keep alive.
Lupa would like Pagans to stop abusing science. Can we extend that to all occultniks, please? We love you all dearly, it’s probably best to leave quantum mechanics to the physicists, and magick to the magicians, yeah?
Meeting the orishas.
What it’s like to connect with the Reclaiming tradition.
Maybe you don’t need to learn to meditate after all.
On sacred deer.
Paganism and “punk religion.”
What is a pure act? Can such a thing ever really be achieved?
Some people need gods.
To that end, the gods and goddesses of Hinduism mapped.
Neandertals built stalagmite rings in a cave in France, which suggests that religion may be far older than we previously thought.
An interview with Pagan author Raven Grimassi.
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn is hosting a conference with Chic and Tabatha Cicero in Toronto on Saturday, 16 July 2016. Registration is open now.
Wiccan author Raymond Buckland interviewed.
On death and music.
Pagans with disabilities faces challenges not necessarily recognized by others.
An interview with Foolish People’s John Harrington.
On Doreen Valiente.
Pagan authors Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone interviewed.
A review of Shamanism.
A review of The Love Witch.
Calls for submission
We’ll be posting a call next week. Stay tuned!
This top 10 list underestimates my love of Slavic monsters, but it’s probably worth checking out anyway.