The cross-quarter Pagan sabbat of Beltane is fast approaching. Celebrate that fact and get your DIY on this spring with these forty awesome May 1st craft projects and decor ideas from across the web.
Often celebrated on (or around) the same day in March, Ostara and the Spring Equinox are both rounding the corner again. To celebrate, I have a great how-to post that will guide you through making a gorgeous butterfly themed Ostara card.
It is with a joyful heart that I present you with both an in-depth book review of Maia Toll's Wild Wisdom Companion, and an awesome interview with the author herself.
Let's get the ball rolling on 2022 by exploring the wonderful topic of personal power animals via an in-depth book review of Spirit Animal Guides by Chris Luttichau.
Before we bid our beloved autumn farewell for another year, let's take a look an assortment of online links that caught my eye this season - plus chat about some of the things that have been unfolding in my life lately.
In this quarterly link love post, we will take a gander at some of the online content that caught my eye this summer, as well as chat about what's been transpiring in my life as of late.
Every wanted to learn more about the Pagan sabbats and wondered what kinds of books were out there on the topic? Wonder no more, as I've put together the ultimate list of Pagan sabbat books for your reading pleasure.
The Pagan sabbat of Lammas / Lughnasadh is upon us again. To celebrate the first of the harvest season sacred days, we're taking a look at 17 classic art paintings that capture the beauty and spirit of Lammas superbly.
Paper crafting is one of the largest crafting sectors in the world, yet there are no mainstream Pagan or witchcraft related brands or companies producing these kinds of products. This post explores why that is and highlights creative ways that you can help get around the issue.
Lovingly sourced from a wide array of languages, this list of 100 rare and beautiful words from around the world is absolutely perfect for witches, Pagans, and fellow logophiles.