2016-06-30
Navajo Holy Land
The spiritual side of Navajo sacred turf isn't there for the asking.
By Sophia Dembling

Pagan Handfastings
The joining of hands, the joining of life

The Liberated Wiccan
A review of Starhawk and Hilary Valentine's new book, "The Twelve Wild Swans"
By Margot Adler

Anchoring to Core Worth
A technique for changing consciousness from "The Twelve Wild Swans"
By Starhawk and Hilary Valentine

The Flame in the Snow
A musing on an Imbolc night.
01/19/2001
By Andras Corban Arthen

Celebrating Brigid
The evolution of a ritual.
01/19/2001
By Starhawk

How to Make Brigid's Cauldron
An Imbolc accessory.
01/19/2001
By Starhawk

Winter Warmth
A vegetarian feast honoring the Goddess of winter.
12/11/2000
By Karri Allrich

Nagging the Invisible
When casting spells, overall success rates may be low, but intermittent reinforcement is compelling.
12/28/00
By Dana Gerhardt

La Befana and the Royal Child of Light
A tale for the Winter Solstice, in honor of the light within all children.
12/19/00
Told by Carolyn McVickar Edwards

What I'll Be Doing This Solstice
Cleansing rage, transforming frustration, and inviting renewal.
12/18/00
By Starhawk

Witches, Pagans, and the Media
Media interest doesn't equal media respect.
12/12/00
By Margot Adler

Winter Warmth
A vegetarian feast honoring the Goddess of winter
12/11/00
By Karri Allrich

The Joining of Hands, The Joining of Lives
A pagan handfasting is an increasingly popular way of infusing a couple's personality and values into their wedding ceremony.
12/07/00
By Reya Mellicker

Rooting for the Trees
When nature gets sick, appreciation can heal.
11/30/00
By Starhawk

Treating Disease: The Navajo Night Way
To native people, this ritual aligns body, mind and spirit for true healing
By E. Barrie Kavasch and Karen Baar

The Spirit of Yule
Multicultural rituals and festivities honor the magic of the Winter Solstice all month long.
11/27/00
By Dorothy Morrison

Anchoring to Core Worth
A technique for changing consciousness from "The Twelve Wild Swans"
11/01/00
By Starhawk and Hilary Valentine

Magic and Making a Difference
An interview with Starhawk, co-author of 'The Twelve Wild Swans'
11/01/00

The Liberated Wiccan
A review of Starhawk and Hilary Valentine's new book, "The Twelve Wild Swans"
11/01/00
By Margot Adler

Teen Pagans
More than just a rebellious statement, paganism is a source of meaning for more and more adolescents
10/30/00
By Christine Wicker

Cooking With the Crone
Vegetarian recipes for autumn
10/20/00
By Karri Allrich

Samhain
Honoring the dead
10/11/00
By Starhawk

Paying the Priestess
What amount--if any--should be charged for pagan educational programs and rituals?
10/01/00
By Margot Adler

Libra New Moon Meditation
A ritual to attract and honor Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and relationships
09/27/00
By Pythia Peay

'Coming Out' as a Pagan Teen
Advice for sharing your faith with friends and family
09/18/00
By Amie Miller

Reclaiming a Pagan Childhood
Having pioneering parents isn't always easy.
09/18/00
by Amie Miller

Finding the Holy Grail
'Sacred places are all around us.'
09/11/00
by Starhawk

A Summer Feast
Simple vegetarian fare honors the Goddess of summer.
08/28/00
by Karri Allrich

A Time for Truth
Wiccans struggle with information that revisions their history.
08/27/00
by Margot Adler

Waning Moon: Chop Wood, Carry Water
What can we do when it's not the time to build and grow?
08/20/00
by Dana Gerhardt

Tom Bee Brings Native American Music to a Higher Level
08/10/00
by Brad MacDonald

Praising Evolution
A meditation on breath and life
08/10/00
by Starhawk

The Wicca Handbook
By Eileen Holland

mini-review
08/04/00

Daughter of the Shining Isles
By Elizabeth Cunningham

mini-review
07/26/00

The Legal Rights of Wiccans and Pagans, Part II
Being aware of your rights--and the past successes in securing those rights--can empower and liberate you.
07/21/00
by Phyllis Curott

Altars All Around Us
An altar can be a place where you reflect on the things you truly value.
07/17/00
by Margot Adler

The Land of the Disabled
In this realm, independence becomes a rare and precious commodity.
07/08/00
by Starhawk

Waxing Moon Magic: Ripening, Ripening
Earth exhales with the waxing moon. How can we participate?
06/29/00
by Dana Gerhardt

Here Comes the Sun
A ritual to celebrate summer and the power of the sun
06/20/00
by Barbara Biziou

New Traditions
There is an exuberance and power that comes from creating ceremonies that are based on immediate needs.
06/15/00
by Margot Adler

The Religious Rights of Wiccans and Pagans
Being aware of your rights--and the past successes in securing those rights--can empower and liberate you.
06/07/00
by Phyllis Curott

Listening to the Land
Ecologically speaking, it's healthy when nature and human beings participate in a mutual admiration society.
06/01/00
by Starhawk

At the Center of Things
Rituals help us remember that we are always connected.
05/10/00
by Margot Adler

Teen Terror, Wicca-Style
A new series about teen witches gets off to a bad start with a novel full of negative stereotypes.
05/04/00
by Deirdre R. Schwiesow

Earth Mysteries
An unusual astrological conjunction is amplifying the message of the Taurus new moon.
05/03/00
by Dana Gerhardt and Pythia Peay

"Circle Round and Sing!" Brings Family-Values Songs to Pagan Homes
A catchy CD helps raise kids in the goddess traditions
04/27/00
by Deirdre R. Schwiesow

The Goddess Behind Easter
Ancient pagan symbols of spring linger in contemporary celebrations.
04/18/00
by Starhawk, Diane Baker, and Anne Hill

Cutting Down the Pines
Why we're taking action against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund
04/15/00
by Starhawk

The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft
by Ronald Hutton

mini-review
04/13/00

Healing Images for the Aries New Moon
Aries can be experienced whenever we are gripped by the impulse to shed the past and birth a new future.
04/10/00
by Pythia Peay

A Cosmic Cathedral
The new Rose Center for Earth and Space puts human evolution into mind-boggling perspective.
04/03/00
by Margot Adler

A New Look at the Great European Witch Hunt
Trial records bear little resemblance to the picture literature has painted
03/28/00
by Jenny Gibbons

Starting Over with the New Moon
Joining the moon with our body and spirit
03/20/00
by Dana Gerhardt

Goddess at the Crossroads
How the Divine feminine is transforming soul and society
03/20/00
by Phyllis W. Curott

Earth Wisdom, Life Wisdom
A daughter reflects on the lessons she learned from her mother
03/13/2000
by Margot Adler

Magick in 3D
Seeing is Believing
03/13/2000
by Patricia Telesco

Seizing the Day
Is this paganism's moment to assert itself on the national religious scene?
02/21/2000
by Holly J. Lebowitz

Into Her Womb
Re-Visiting the Ancient Earth Shrines of the Mother Goddess in Crete.
02/17/2000
by Vicki Noble

Peacemaking Circles
Real-world healing comes through the restorative justice movement.
02/09/2000
by Margot Adler

The Year of the Dragon
Tapping into the energy of the Chinese New Year; 2000 may well prove to be an exciting, but overwhelming year.
01/18/2000
by Susan Levitt

Here Comes the Sun
Celebrating Winter Solstice with Lights, Lore, and Rituals
12/20/1999
by Waverly Fitzgerald

Santa Claus Was a Shaman
The long history of the man in red who comes bearing gifts
12/20/1999
by John and Caitlin Matthews

Something Wiccan This Way Comes
How a report on pagan worship at a U.S. Army base sparked a national controversy.
12/20/1999
by Mark Silk

What's in a Name
In an attempt to reflect spiritual qualities, wiccans and others are changing their names.
12/20/1999
by Mary Elizabeth Allen

The Wicked Witch Is Dead
Bad witches are out; good witches are now in.
12/20/1999
by Phyllis W. Curott


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