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In my last potted history post, I was half way through my ‘potted history of witchcraft‘ series. I have now completed it, and added a video on key concepts in Paganism.
Coming soon: a potted history of Paganism, and a video on recovering from fundamentalism. Subscribe to my YouTube channel so as not to miss any of my upcoming videos.Continue reading
On solidarity with other people, small acts of kindness, self-care, and activism.Continue reading
What title do you use, or prefer? What archetypes do you associate with it? Priestex, Priestess, Priest?Continue reading
Madge Worthington (1913-2005) was the co-founder of the Whitecroft tradition of Wicca, and was immensely important in the development of the Gardnerian Craft. She was initiated around 1964 by her high priest, Arthur, who was in turn initiated by Eleanor (Ray) Bone who died in 2003. Madge and Arthur used to hold their meetings in Arthur’s house in Whitecroft Way and to this day her many magical descendants speak of themselves as being of the Whitecroft line. Sadly, in the last few years of her life, Madge was progressively immobilised by Parkinson’s, and unable to pursue her great passions – the Craft, Green politics and animal welfare.Continue reading
The Witches’ Pyramid. To know, to dare, to will, to keep silent.Continue reading
I have written quite a lot of posts about Samhain over the last few years.
I thought I would collect them all into one post.Continue reading
“We do not see our ‘trainees’ as empty vessels, waiting to be filled up, but as individuals with a wealth of experience and ideas which they can contribute to the craft.”(Ariadne Rainbird, 1993)