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In pre-Christian and early Christian times, Witchcraft (with a capital W") was a magical and healing practice associated with the pagan religion. Good witches were pretty much the norm. The very word "Witch" comes from the Old Anglo-Saxon wicce or wicca, meaning…

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Pagan Portals - Nature Mystics traces the lives and work of ten writers who contributed to the cultural environment that allowed Modern Paganism to develop and flourish throughout the twentieth century. John Keats, Mary Webb, Thomas Hardy, Sylvia Townsend Warner,…

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Pagan Portals – Nature Mystics traces the lives and work of ten writers who contributed to the cultural environment that allowed Modern Paganism to develop and flourish throughout the twentieth century. John Keats, Mary Webb, Thomas Hardy, Sylvia Townsend Warner,…

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The kitchen has always been the center of the home. The Goddess Vesta was the goddess of the hearth. While we don't cook on hearths today, we do have kitchens where we practice our spiritual concepts, since the food that we cook, and the herbs and aromatics we…

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Focusing on every aspect of Wicca and the magickal arts, from Abracadabra to Zoomorphism, "Wicca A to Z" explains the different traditions, sabbats, and rituals of the Wiccan spiritual path, as well as Wiccan jargon, folklore, amulets and talismans, and the…