Humanistic Paganism

Category: magic


[Rotting Silver] “By the Dark Moon Her Sight” by B. T. Newberg

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The night is without moon, and hardly missed, For lamps obscure the way with shady shapes Like puppetries; but lampless nights assist A stranger drama, parting thus the drapes Of other-vision’s show: the dreamy scapes Unveil their scenes on deprivation’s…

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“‘Goats’ Heads or Gaia?’: Instrumental Magic and Pagan Values” by John Halstead

Our late autumn theme here at HP is “Responsibility“.  This is the second in a 3-part series, looking critically at contemporary Neo-Paganism from an earth-centered perspective. Note: The views expressed in this essay are the author’s and are not necessarily representative…

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“Spell, spell, what the hell?” by Telmaris Green

This essay was originally published at Skeptical Witch. What is a spell? If you would be kind enough to indulge my inner word-geek for a moment, I promise to get on to the enchanted frog part soon.  The following etymologies…

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