What can you do to share your Pagan holidays with your children, creating family traditions and making the seasonal celebrations meaningful for them? Try some of these Imbolc activities and crafts, and you can help start building wonderful memories for your Sabbats.
How do I love Yule- let me count the ways! Lots of fun things to do for solitaries, groups and families for the Wiccan Sabbat, the Winter Solstice.
I love to see Wicca in the news, but not for things like this. One recent news story that's been literally painful to accept involves child abuse and a self-proclaimed "Wiccan warlock".
My hundredth hub! Why do I write so much about Wicca? I want to make my contribution, to give back in a small way. What has it given me? Well, just... everything.
Wicca is a young minority religion that is still growing. There are branches and sects of Wicca with distinct differences. Knowing the different types of Wicca will help you glean understanding in this beautiful religion.
The questions about Casting a Circle in Wicca seem to go on and on. Here are a few little details to continue your understanding and way of thinking about this sacred religious rite.
As a ritualistic religion, a lot of minor tools and supplies may make their way onto the Wiccan altar. Here are some ideas for what you might want to keep stocked in your ritual supply cabinet.
If you've been considering walking the Wiccan path, this virtual dedication may be just what you're looking for. Rites of passage such as these are beneficial in transitions and can help you take your first steps firmly and with confidence.
Looking for a simple ritual for Lughasadh (also known as Lammas) that can be performed as a solitary or adapted for a group? Look no further-- here's a great one for your seasonal celebration!
The central concept comprises the idea of three separate female figures being united; the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolizes both the three stages in the life cycle as well as three visible phases of the moon.