Originally posted on Adventures in Vanaheim:
Okay, you know what? Neither this nor the previous post’s title is accurate, because for all I know, I could read something tomorrow that I really like or really hate, but you know what? Screw it. These are some of my favourite fiction books (I should do one for…

Originally posted on Adventures in Vanaheim:
At that time in my life when I believed that the Goddess was going to save humanity by everyone awakening to matriarchal consciousness, I came across a deity I’d never heard of before: Lilith. In Medieval Jewish literature, she was Adam’s first wife who refused to lie beneath him…

Originally posted on Mountain, Path, and Pool:
Chaak spends much of his time here as a lord of the interior earth, the watery underworld. But sometimes he comes out for a stroll, axe in one hand and cigar in the other, to survey things and see what he can do this time. I sit here…

Originally posted on Black Witch:
It’s the end of another summer, and the end of another month. Here is this month’s Ask Black Witch. Now, there’s going to be an extra page on this website for Ask Black Witch submission questions because I feel that I get way too few. That’s later. I do get…

Originally posted on The Informed Pagan:
We are at the end of another month of the Pagan Insights Project, and just want to take this opportunity to give a welcome to those who have just joined, as well as a  huge thank you to those who have been with us from the start. We’ve really enjoyed…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
This is actually in response to this Tumblr post that has been going around my friends’ Tumblogs. I’m going to do this in the same way that I’ve done my infamous [in my own head] 101 posts. When will I be called by an OTHER™? This is actually one of…

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
I Would Have Been Hermoine, and Not Only in the Nice Ways I was in school, as a student, for 23 years of my life (I’m 56 years old — you do the math) and I was a public school teacher for 17 of those years. I can’t say that I…

Originally posted on dante wilde:
The purpose of this essay isn’t to shock, mortify or horrify. I won’t say that it is quite the opposite, because there is the chance that it will do all of the above. The true purpose, is to draw attention to a problem (read: epidemic) that, at least where I’m…