“Any travel can become a kind of pilgrimage, whether it is intentional or accidental. A pilgrimage is a journey, usually a long and arduous one, which leads to a sacred place. The purpose of a pilgrimage is to show religious or spiritual devotion, or to pay homage to a particular person or a significant event.” — Lori Lytle, “Pilgrimage: Travel as a magical practice“
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Pilgrimage: Travel as a magical practice
A pilgrimage is a journey that leads to a sacred place, and any travel can become a kind of pilgrimage, if you do it mindfully.
A witch’s guide to Salem: Navigating the sacred and the profane
Consumerism is not going to disappear, so perhaps we can be discerning, provide education, and look at Salem as a locus of witch activity
Magical Destinations of the Northeast, by Natalie Zaman
Magical Destinations of the Northeast is a compendium of places designed to lift you into a reality of heart-opening experiences and adventures.
The wandering witch: An interview with Natalie Zaman
Pagan author Natalie Zaman's new book, Magical Destinations of the Northeast, grew out of her magazine column, "The Wandering Witch."
How to plan a pilgrimage
In this technological age, we can travel anywhere in relative ease and comfort. For a pilgrimage, the journey is as important as the destination.