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By Morgana on 30 januari, 2019
Morgana was curious to hear more about Taloch’s views on his ‘Magickal Philosophy’ and the plans for the “Wytches & Cunningfolk Camp” to be held in the Netherlands in 2019.
By Link on 27 oktober, 2018
There is something very special about the Gardnerian Tradition. One of those things, to me, is that we still have people within our community who lived, and worked with, and knew Gerald Gardner. It makes it all more real to me somehow. In December of 2017, Lois Bourne passed on from this life. The title of this Wiccan […]
By Thorn Nightwind on 27 oktober, 2018
To folks outside of the religion of Witchcraft the cauldron is one of the most recognizable tools of the trade. Many Halloween images and television shows make it a central figure in programs concerning witchcraft, so why would modern witches not discuss the cauldron in books, blogs and in talks?
By Alder on 27 oktober, 2018
Thorn Mooney opens doors to seekers, not by writing about the subjects of most introductions on Wicca, but by posing the questions that are relevant, sharing her own experiences and struggles. A must-read for seekers and for teachers on Wicca.
By Katherine Brown-Gurley on 27 oktober, 2018
Taloch is not only a singer, songwriter, and the beating heart The Dolmen, but he is also a serious esoteric scientist, occult seeker, a cunning man, and Witch. The antler-crowned celebrant at Stonehenge seasonal observances is coming to The Netherlands again.
By Alder on 24 oktober, 2018
The Craft has a myriad of unspoken rules, messages between lines, that tend to be overlooked by Seekers. There is no Handbook or Rulebook that can tell a Seeker how to seek. There are, however, principles or aspects that are particularly considered by those who guard the threshold of this magical tradition. Alder gives some practical tips.
By Kim Dent Brown on 29 juli, 2018
This review looks at Hutton’s ‘The Witch: A history of fear from ancient times to the present’ and in parallel at Gardner’s original work that introduced Wicca to the wider world: ‘Witchcraft Today’.
By Alder on 29 juli, 2018
From the Sumerian gala priests and the Phoenician kelev, to the renown Native American Two Spirits, Casey explores the key role of homosexual or queer priesthood (or ‘sacred personhood’) throughout the foundation of our culture.
By Medeia on 29 juli, 2018
The artistic projects of New Zealander Matthew Cowan are inspired by European folk traditions, with a contemporary and humorous twist.
By Morgana on 29 juli, 2018
Was J.H.W. Eldermans an ocultist? Did he take part in rituals in secret societies? What drove him to make all the drawings and artefacts? Wilmar Taal answers many questions in this biography..