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Margo Adler: Pagan and NPR Correspondent

“We all come from traditions that are pagan, in the sense that they were based on seasonal cycles.”

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Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone–Children of Earth Interviews

Janet’s work with the late Stewart Farrar was long the cornerstone works for newcomers to Wicca, Witchcraft and other Pagan Traditions.

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Samhain

Samhain is a pagan religious festival originating from an ancient Celtic spiritual tradition. In modern times, Samhain (a Gaelic word pronounced “SAH-win”) is usually celebrated from October 31 to November 1 to welcome in the harvest and usher in “the dark half of the year.

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Interview with Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone

Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone have skillfully put together a guide which grants the reader the capability to learn in ways never before possible, they have created a powerful tool that embraces and opens new doors to Progressive Witchcraft for all who wish to enter.

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Margot Adler: Working Magic in the Wider World

Margot Adler has been a priestess of Wicca for 19 years, and is the author of Drawing Down the Moon. She lectures and gives workshops on the Craft and women’s spirituality throughout the country. In her “parallel” life, she is a correspondent for National Public Radio.

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The Wheel of the Year: The Calendar of Pagan Festivals Explained

There are such myriad historical and contemporary variations and semantic complexities when dealing with paganism that a book-length article would be needed to fully cover it. The wheel as described here is broadly what is observed today by modern pagans, chiefly of the UK and Ireland.

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Ah, Halloween! a Time to Take Off Clothes

The Bucklands make no bones about the fact that they are witches—good witches, that is.

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Drawing Down the Moon: Twpt Talks with Margot Adler

I grew up in a fairly atheistic household, perhaps an atheistic, Jewish, Marxist household would be more accurate, and yet, thinking back on it, my mother was a very spiritual person, and going through the books on her shelves, after she died in 1970, I found all these works by Alan Watts and books...

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Paganism: No Calls Required

I frequently tell people “follow the path you’re called to.” This doesn’t mean a literal call… or at least, it doesn’t mean that the vast majority of the time.

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