To ensure Florida's stupid laws allowing religion to be taught in public schools do not expose kids to just one idea the Satanic Temple is stepping up to provide alternate reading materials.
Solitary Green Earth Witch
For the Witch at home. Solitary, Eclectic, Green Earth Witch (Wiccan). http://greenlivinghistory.com/
Curated by Laura Brown
Amish horse buggy from Lancaster, PA. wikipedia Here in Ohio we have the largest Amish and Mennonite population and communities anywhere in the world. This population lives in Wayne and Hoimes counties in Ohio and when driving through the rural...
Can you remember the worst nightmare you ever had? Think about it for a second or two. Was it one from childhood or a nightmare experienced just the other night? If you're anything like me, then perhaps there are number of nightmares from over the years you can recall in clear, unpleasant detail? Nightmares scare and facinate us, so lets go on a journey of discovery and try to find out just what these frightening experiences are and what they might be telling us about our life or ourselves?
Yule logs, holly and ivy are all traditions previously associated with the winter solstice. However, you don't have to be Pagan to enjoy the beauty and mystery of this occasion. Celebrating the solstice in a traditional way brings a natural magic into the home - adding a touch of the ancient to the 21st century.
Occultism is any nonmainstream Western system of spirituality that uses magic, the definition of magic being the way in which internal thoughts are used to effect changes in the outside world. Occultists, such as northern European Pagans (e.g., Wiccans, Druids, and witches) and ceremonial magicians (Cabalists, hermetics, and the like) practice magic as part of their religions. Occult dress is used when participating in magic rites, rituals, or ceremonies. Western occult dress has three primary functions: (1) to psychologically place the wearer in an extraordinary sense of reality; (2) to identify the status of the wearer within a social group; and (3) to indicate the beliefs of the wearer.
Includes: • Clothing of the occult movement • Jewelry with occult symbolism • Pagan tattoos • Contemporary occult stereotypes • Influences on contemporary dress • Bibliography