In Defense Of The Term Witch In The African Diaspora

Making Some Noise

Recently, some Orisha adherents in the diaspora have expressed concerns with the use of the term “witch”. They worry that it is an expression of internalized beliefs of inferiority since in the past, many of our long established spiritual and some would say religious practices were called witchcraft as slander.…

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Phoenix celebrates Pagan Pride Day – The Arizona Republic

Members of the Phoenix pagan community use terms such as Druid, heathen, pantheist, neo-pagan, shaman, Wiccan (cq) and witch to define the belief systems and traditions they follow. Within the different groups, individuals adopt ideals and practices that fit with their spiritual paths. Through workshops, classes, rituals, local groups, vendors…

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Guide to Pacific Northwest Incense : Sarah Anne Lawless

I burn incense on an almost daily basis. I started blending my own loose incenses and making my own smudge wands eight years ago and my passion for knowledge on native plants quickly drove me to research which aromatic botanicals from the Pacific Northwest would be best for incense and…

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Arden Keren Has Won a Witch University Educational Excellence Award

Arden Keren has won the Witch University Educational Excellence Award. He has an excellent website in Hebrew with great recipes, lore, and insights into a variety of spiritual traditions and practices. It is, by far, one of the best websites on the subject of witchcraft in Hebrew. Keep up the…

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