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Mabon, the equinox:Time to welcome the dark mother goddess
Mabon, the second harvest and autumnal equinox, marks the time when the nights begin to be longer than the days. In the northern hemisphere that happens sometime between September 21 and 23. It is a time of celebration, but also...
HÄXAN Remains A Horror Classic Of The Silent Era
When Benjamin Christensen found a copy of the treatise, "Malleus Maleficarum", in a local bookstore, he was immediately inspired, creating a documentary film entitled Häxan on the subject of witches and witchcraft, with fully realized dramatic reenactments...
An atheist reviews a modern Christian witch-hunter's book
Destroying the Works of Witchcraft through Fasting & PrayerBy Ruth BrownImpact Christian Books, Inc., 1994ISBN #0-89228-110-3From ghoulies and ghostiesAnd long-leggedy beastiesAnd things that go bump in the night,Good Lord, deliver us! (Old Scottish...
'House of Ivy and Sorrow' leaves room only for joy
Natalie Whipple has a knack for drawing a clear and interesting world through the eyes of her main character with a few simple sentences. It is done with a mastery of language that engages the reader while be simple and...
Lawren Leo on Talisman magic in 'Dragonflame'
Q & A with Lawren Leo, author of Dragonflame: Tap into Your Reservoir of Power Using Talismans, Manifestation, and Visualization (Pompton Plains, NJ: New Page Books, 2014).What was your inspiration for this book?Spirit. What I mean by Spirit...
Should used Ouija Boards be sold on eBay?
The Ouija Board first appeared in 1891 in a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania novelty shop. The game was advertised as a magic board that answered questions about the past, present, and future with amazing and spooky accuracy. The board was constructed with...
Aradia in Tuscany
Aradia was a mythological figure who appeared in Charles Godfrey Leland’s influential 19th century book Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches. Both the figure of Aradia and the book's description of the religious practices of...
Noah the Albino
Albinism (from Latin albus, "white") is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes due to absence or defect of tyrosinase, a copper-containing enzyme involved in the...
Kevin Swanson: Disney's "Frozen" leads kids to witchcraft
Kevin Swanson has a well-established pattern of responding to anything that might encourage girls to aspire to be anything other than housewives with uptight rage, so it came as little surprise when, during the March 26, 2014 broadcast of...
Louis Proud on 'The Secret Influence of the Moon'
1. What inspired you to write your new book, "The Secret Influence of the Moon: Alien Origins and Occult Powers?"I’d been closely researching the Moon for a number of years, from both scientific and esoteric...
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