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Wicca, Plain & Simple: The Only Book You'll Ever Need, by Leanna Greenaway

Wicca, Plain and Simple, by Leanna Greenaway

There is something so satisfying about a guide entitled, “The only book you’ll ever need” -- especially when, as in this case, the volume is just 125 pages long. This isn’t to say I am credulous, only that I enjoy the idea that one book could cover a topic so authoritatively as to declare itself the only one needed.
The Devil's Supper

The Devil’s Supper, by Shani Oates

The story of the Devil has been told by many over the years -- by those who think they know him and by those who wish they did. The Devil’s Supper begins by inviting the reader to listen to his tale and drink from his cup.

Sekhmet, by Nicki Scully

The Egyptian pantheon is one that has enchanted people for centuries. For many people, this is their first experience in working with gods and goddesses and although some may move onto other pantheons, others choose to stick with the popular gods and goddesses. Sekhmet: Transformation in the Belly of the Goddess by Nicki Scully is a guide to working with one of these powerful deities.
mabon 09 by Jenandollie.blogspot.com (flickr)

Mabon: A time of balance and care

Mabon is the celebration of the end of the harvest, here are some simple things that you can do to celebrate this time of year.
Ancient Celtic dolmen from Poulnabrone, Ireland. Photo credit: Nicolas Raymond

Gods and Goddesses of Ireland, by Morgan Daimler

Pagan Portals puts out some of the best introductory books on Paganism, and Gods and Goddesses of Ireland by Morgan Daimler is an excellent addition.
Wheat by Veera Määttänen (flickr veera.maattanen)

Lammas: The end of summer, the start of the harvest

Lammas is a greater sabbat on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. This marks the beginning of the harvest season and gives thanks for what has brought you joy.
Hades by redcarpet2010

Worshipping familiar gods: Going beyond pop culture

We can be called to honour deities from cultures other than our own. Even if we have seen a movie with the deity in it, there's still more to learn.
Rainbow ribbons, photo by Ted Eytan

Beyond the gender binary in Pagan practice

The gender binary in sacred space is used as a way to represent the duality of nature but it can push people away. It's time we moved past it.
John Barleycorn, photo by Jed Sullivan

For the Love of the Gods, by Brandy Williams

For the Love of the Gods dives into the rich history of theurgy and the lessons we can learn from the past, above and beyond feast days and offerings.
Spell ingredients, photo by mpclemens

Make your own rituals: Choose your own adventure

Rituals provide a great deal of comfort in our lives. By making and fostering our own rituals, we can get the same soothing effects in our magick lives as well.
Lasara Firefox Allen

Jailbreaking consciousness with Lasara Firefox Allen

Sharon Woods sat down with Lasara Firefox Allen to discuss her vision of the feminal divine and the role it can play in activism in a divisive climate.
Oculus at the Pantheon, photo by Mark McQuitty

Working with multiple pantheons: A beginner’s guide

There are many gods and goddess across many different cultures. As we learn more and more about the world around us, it’s no surprise that we feel drawn to various pantheons, after all, we contain multitudes. Working with many different gods can seem confusing but it can be done and is in fact done by many people.

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