Witching Whole Editor

Sophia Amazon has been a Wiccan priestess since 1989. She writes on themes of authentic connection with the divine and Wiccan daily practice.

Spring Mysteries Festival Review

Update February 2020: In recent times, I’ve become a bit cautious about the Aquarian Tabernacle Church – perhaps its the cultural divide between brash American style and Canadian politeness, but it seems to have become highly oriented toward fundraising through selling products, and I’ve noticed the lower level priests and priestesses do not appear to

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Creating a Beltaine Ritual for Lovers

Beltane is a Pagan/Wiccan festival of sexuality and fertility, usually celebrated on the evening of April 30th or May 1st.  When celebrated in a group, the sexuality is usually symbolic, represented by dancing around the May pole – which yes, is representing just what you might think that is meant to represent, and the ribbons

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Inadvertently Pagan pop song #1 – Love Can Move Mountains

Update: You can listen to a playlist of all these songs on Spotify called ‘Inadvertently Pagan Pop Songs’. One of the nice things about being Pagan is that the forces of life – earth, air, fire, water are held sacred by many people, which means that we can relate spiritually to much of popular culture, particularly

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Magic is a perilous art – practical prosperity magic part 2

I realized today my prosperity spell  has taken effect in yet another unforeseen way.  I was doing a tarot reading about a dilemma I have  and received the following cards. In the ‘hopes and fears’ position of this reading, which is notable for it’s long series of major arcana cards, there is the magician card.

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Mabon – practical letting go of magical, symbolic and ritual objects

Date: Sept 20 2017 Moon phase: two days past new, waxing Season: day before Mabon When I attend a Pagan festival, a public or coven ritual and other events I often walk away with some sort of beautiful and hand made token. It’s something that either I or the organizers have imbued with a positive,

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