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A New Model of Elemental Magic

By Taylor Ellwood

Since October of 2004 I’ve practiced a year long ritual called the elemental balancing ritual. It’s a ritual that involves the invocation of an element into your life, so that you can work with it over the course of the year, in order to bring balance with that elemental energy and your . . . → Read More: A New Model of Elemental Magic

Stang and Distaff

By Laurelei

Evan John Jones claimed that Robert Cochrane informed him that there were three branches of witchcraft. These were said to be memorialized on a megalith detailed in Justine Glass’s much-maligned book Witchcraft: The Sixth Sense for which Cochrane was a source of information. Though he intentionally provided Ms. Glass with misinformation throughout the . . . → Read More: Stang and Distaff

Let’s look into Deep Time

By Meical

What is Deep Time? According to various sources, Deep Time can best be described as Geologic Time. Hmm. That didn’t mean very much to me the first time I heard it, and I am not going to fall into the trap of defining a term just by calling it something else. So, I’m . . . → Read More: Let’s look into Deep Time

Icelandic Elves: Is There Reason to Believe?

By Autumnforest

The belief in elves in Iceland isn’t talked about amongst the people, but if privately polled, a great deal of them believe. The elves are supposedly associated with the Celtic origins of the people and adapted to their rocky surroundings. In fact, people believed the elves lived in rocky caves and rock outcroppings . . . → Read More: Icelandic Elves: Is There Reason to Believe?

The Chocolate Ritual

Copyright 1993, John Shepard, Performed at Dragonfest, August 1993

Materials required: On the altar there are brown candles; a Tootsie Roll (the great big one -as the athame;) a large glass with milk in it, (the chalice;) A small dish of Nestle’s Quik and a spoon; a small dish of chocolate sprinkles; a plate of . . . → Read More: The Chocolate Ritual


Mabon _________ Fall Equinox

From: Tryskelion

The Autumnal Equinox, the second of the Harvest Festivals, is the Pagan rite of Thanksgiving, also known as “Harvest Home.” It’s a Sabbat of celebration for the abundance of the harvest; a time meant for us to give thanks through song, dance, and feasts.

This is a time . . . → Read More: Mabon

Profile on Shamanism

Shamanism Created by Nikoletta Theodoropoulos For the Religious Movements Homepage

Group Profile

Name: ShamanismFounder: No individual founder/ Discoverer: Marco Polo and other travelers in Siberia..Date of Birth: As early as the beginning of the New World. 1950.Birth Place: Siberia and Central Asia.Year Founded: unknown.Sacred or Revered Texts: No text, rather knowledge is gained by the . . . → Read More: Profile on Shamanism

Profile on Native American Spirituality

Native American Spirituality Created by Michael Doak For the Religious Movements Homepage


The diversity of American Indian tribes precludes a comprehensive examination of their religions and their belief systems. Anthropologists have compiled a huge trove of information detailing practices and beliefs of many different groups; this information remains isolated from popular culture. While . . . → Read More: Profile on Native American Spirituality

The Chants Page Chants Page Maintained and collected by Achriel

Ok this list is not a complete list of every chant I’ve heard of or received, it’s more like a list of chants I’ve heard used or people I know have heard and really liked. There is no danger of this list becoming the ‘be all and . . . → Read More: The Chants Page

Profile on Druidism

Druids Created by: Karen Junker For the Religious Movements Homepage

Group Profile

Name : Druids; also known as Druidry, Celtic Pagans, Neopagan Druidism, Celtic Reconstructionists, Christian Druids, Pagan Druids, Bards.Founder : No single founder is responsible for Druidism. It might be helpful to look at Druids in three categories in order to get a sense . . . → Read More: Profile on Druidism