A Spell to Restore Health and Vigor

I want to share this spell today because I feel that a lot of us are being attacked by a spirit of ills sickness and pain. I feel that we as Witches should be able to put a lid on this. We need to call the spirit of healing and prosperity to ourselves and our love ones.  Brightest Blessings, SunRay Sorceress…

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So What Are You Doing This Weekend?

Fairy-blessed-weekend

Me? I get to work and then have wonderful meetings with my novices, adepts, and the fantastic Coven Life staff. Along with some cuddle time with my familiars and husband. Plus working in our vegetable garden while a fire is going and we cook out. All in all, I can’t think of a better way to spend this weekend.

My wish for each of you is yours is just as great!

Love, light and bright blessing to each of you and yours,

Lady Beltane

NeoWicca

Sometimes you may see the word “NeoWicca” used at About Pagan/Wiccan. It’s one that appears often in discussions about modern Pagan religions, so let’s look at why it’s being utilized.

The term NeoWicca (which essentially means “new Wicca”) is typically used when we want to distinguish between the two original traditional forms of Wicca (Gardnerian and Alexandrian) and all other forms of Wicca. Many people would argue that anything other than a Gardnerian or Alexandrian tradition is, by default, NeoWicca. It’s occasionally said that Wicca itself, which was only founded in the 1950s, isn’t even old enough to have established a “neo” version of anything, but this remains the common usage in the Pagan community.

Much of the publicly available material labeled as Wicca in books and on websites is in fact considered NeoWiccan, simply because Gardnerian and Alexandrian material is generally oathbound, and is not made available for public consumption.

To read the rest of this article by Patti Wigington please click on this link: http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/glossary/g/What-Is-Neowicca.htm

What is Paganism?

Many people come to this website because they’ve heard a little about Paganism, maybe from a friend or family member, and want to know more – but a lot of readers come here because they’re starting with the very first question: What is Paganism?

Keep in mind that for the purposes of this website, the answer to that question is based upon modern Pagan practice – we’re not going to go into details on the thousands of pre-Christian societies that existed years ago. If we focus on what Paganism means today, we can look at several different aspects of the word’s meaning.

In general, when we say “Pagan,” we’re referring to someone who follows a spiritual path that is rooted in nature, the cycles of the season, and astronomical markers. Some people call this “earth-based religion.” Also, many people identify as Pagan because they are polytheists – they honor more than just one god – and not necessarily because their belief system is based upon nature.

 

To read the rest of this article by Patti Wigington please click on this link: http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/blogs/fl/What-is-Paganism.htm