May the Circle be open, but unbroken, May the love of the goddess be ever in your heart. Merry meet and merry part and merry meet again.
The moon has been associated with witchcraft, magick, and sorcery for many years and was considered to be the source of a witch’s power. In ancient times witches were common and those inhabiting the part of northern Greece known as Thessaly were infamous for being able to draw down the Moon as was written in … More Drawing Down the Moon
The Wiccan calendar of holy days or sacred days is referred to as The Wheel of the Year. It is called “The Wheel of the Year” because when drawn, it resembles a wheel with each spoke representing a progression or celebration of the season as it passes. In this way the wheel turns as the … More The Wheel of the Year
The basic premise of The Law of Return is not strictly Wiccan, it is a universal spiritual principle that any intention or energy that an individual sends out into the universe will be returned to him or her whether it is positive or negative. It does not teach morality as it does not determine what … More The Threefold Law
When many individuals discuss The Wiccan Rede, they are not discussing the lengthy twenty-six line poem published in 1974 nor are they discussing the Rede of The Wiccae written by Lady Gwen but are instead referring to the quoted words of Doreen Valiente, “An it harm none do what ye will.” Many individuals may not … More The Wiccan Rede
Orpheus was a legendary musician, poet, and prophet in ancient Greek religion. The major stories about him are centered on his ability to charm all living things with his music; his journey to and from the underworld; and his death at the hands of those who could not hear his divine music. Greeks of the … More A Pagan Prophet