I stumbled across an article this morning about a new witch being hired at a place called Wookey Hole Caves in the United Kingdom. Wookey Hole Caves is a show cave and tourist attraction in the village of Wookey Hole on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills near Wells in Somerset, England. The cave… Continue reading Topping Off The Weirdness of 2009: The New Witch of Wookey Hole
by Andrah Wyrdfire Examiner.com There was a local case, back in 2005, where a Pagan friend of mine was divorcing her Pagan husband, which involved their [then] 9-year-old son. Since their son was attending a Catholic School, the judge ruled that they were not allowed to expose their son to their “non-mainstream” religion. If memory… Continue reading Pagans and the Law: Understand Your Rights by Dana Eilers
While various articles that I’ve read on this subject have had an undercurrent of mocking the issue, overall this a good thing, I think, and it’s positive that it’s being discussed in the mainstream (at least in England). Hopefully one day America will join the 21st Century and follow suit. I’ve included an excerpt below:… Continue reading Pagan Police in the United Kingdom to Get Witchcraft Holidays
I wanted to wish everyone a happy July 4th! This has always been a great day for me, during which I’ve always found myself humbled by the opportunities that are available to us as Americans. This is a great country. I think the whole world knows that, irregardless of how many toes we’ve stepped upon… Continue reading A Happy and Safe July 4th to All of Our Pagan Lovelies!