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June, 2019

Cover art: This month’s cover features the colorful Midsummer Sticker Set created by Aurora Flemming & Avalon Kisbey of AuroraandAvalon on Etsy. These beautiful stickers are perfect for any Pagan’s planners, books of shadows, bullet journals, scrapbooking projects, or crafts. They have a large assortment that can be seen at AuroraandAvalon. You can, also, visit them on their FB Group, Instagram: auroraavaloncreations, and on Pinterest.

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We Welcome Summer In & You With A New Issue…Here is Some of What You Will Find Inside:

A Review of Woodland Wand Creation. Can you really get a gorgeous Wand & for a fair price? Our source says YES you can Witch!

Fresh from a workshop at Pantheacon, Annwyn Avalon had a wonderful talk with Mabh at PaganPagesOrg about her new book, Water Witchcraft, and other aspects of her work.

Come see why our reviewer calls this title a “…small, yet mighty book.”

I Don’t want to give it all away on the cover but we do have a great book excerpt, more amazing reviews, our trusty monthly columns, holiday correspondences, some things to learn, a little to remind us, oh yes, and some things to teach along the way. Enjoy, for we have enjoyed sharing this month as we always do! With love.

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Welcome

September, 2018

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Cover art: Persephone’s Descent Goddess Harvest Mabon Fine Print by Tammy Mae Moon of MoonSpiral on Etsy.

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This Month Features:

Our Readers Have a Chance to Win Their Own Copy of each of these In Focus Titles this month!! Two Lucky Winners will be chosen this month to receive one copy of each title: In Focus Crystals: Your Personal Guide by Bernice Cockram & In Focus Astrology: Your Personal Guide by Sasha Fenton.

This Month We Have Reviewed both books, In Focus Crystals: Your Personal Guide & In Focus Astrology: Your Personal Guide, to help you better get to know the awesome prizes you have a chance at winning!

For Your Chance to Win A Free Copy of these books this month through PaganPagesOrg, thanks to the Quarto Group, visit PaganPagesOrg Instagram, hit follow, find the picture promoting the contest of EACH BOOK posted and leave a comment on the book you would like! That’s all!! A winner will be randomly chosen on Monday September 17, 2018.  USA & Canada Only.

Good Luck to You All!!!

 

This Month Also Features:

An Interview – Laura Perry: Re-enchanting the World. Laura is the author of various books including Ariadne’s Thread, an exploration of Minoan spirituality and Ancient Spellcraft, exploring ancient magics from all over the world. As well as authoritative books on ancient and modern spirituality, Laura writes compelling fiction with a magical twist. She was kind enough to return to PaganPagesOrg for another interview about her latest literary exploits.

 

A Review of The Sibyls Oraculum: Oracle of the Black Doves of Africa. This deck is an Oracle deck created by cultural anthropologist Tayannah Lee McQuillar, with artwork by multimedia artist Katelan V. Foisy. The images on the Oracle cards, appearing to be ancient mosaics, in glossy color are taken from beautiful full-color paintings filled with the powerful symbolism found within Libyan mosaics created in the first century BCE.

 

A Subscription Box Review: The Well Read Witch by Mabh Savage. This particular box is one for our UK readers. The Well Read Witch is a brand new monthly book subscription box where the focus of the box is a witchcraft book. The book is accompanied by several other items which all add to the pleasure of opening this little treasure trove.

 

A Book Review – The Modern Witchcraft Book of Natural Magick: Your Guide to Crafting Charms, Rituals & Spells from the Natural World by Judy Ann Nock. Each of Its eleven chapters delves into a realm of nature magick including seed, air, sun and fire, the moon, Gaia, time and the cosmos.

 

In Worth the Witch We Open A New Box this Month & It’s from Alchemy & Ashes. Alchemy & Ashes provide a variety of excellently handcrafted, by them, elixirs, incense, perfumes, soaps, conjure powders, and more. Have a read and see if this box is really Worth the Witch.

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Thank you to all our Readers!!

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Welcome

December, 2017

 

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Cover art: Witch’s Christmas Kitchen by Victoria Thorpe of Victoria Thorpe art.

Hello, my name is Victoria Thorpe & I’m a fantasy artist from the UK! I am inspired by magic, myths, history & I love to add gothic & alternative themes into my work. I work mainly with watercolours & acrylic paints. I love to experiment with my techniques & never follow the rules! 
For Yule/Christmas this year I created “Witches Christmas Kitchen” inspired by the origins of Christmas using traditions of hanging up stockings ,holly & pine branches along the fireplace. The original painting also features a silver coloured pentagram on the cauldron which shimmers in the light. 
I wanted to capture a traditional & cozy atmosphere forgetting all the commercialism that comes with today’s Christmas & taking you back to a much simpler time. 
Greeting Cards of this design are available in my shop & you can find me on Facebook & Instagram as @VictoriaThorpe if you would like to keep up with my artwork!

 

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Merry Yule to all our Readers!  May your holiday be Joyous and Bright!  And may we help it along with some good reading material…

 

 

“The Enchanted Tarot ” has sold more than 250,000 copies since its release.  On it’s 25th anniversary, artist Amy Zerner and author Monte Farber talk with PaganPagesOrg about the project that defined their lives. 

 

 

Celebrating the Old Ways in New Times takes on a touching topic this month; the loss of a child.  The column features a movie review of “Somebody’s Mother”.  An interview with one of the films creators, Gabriela Tollman.  Stories shared by Pagan sister’s of their loss and journeys.  Information on Yule & Mother’s Night…and a Working to do to Honor Mother Goddesses, Living Mothers, Mother Ancestors, and Mothers who have lost.

 

 

A Wonderful Book Review of My Name is Isis The Egyptian Goddess by Susan Morgaine and Illustrated by Arna Baartz.  This is a new children’s book out now by Girl God Publication.   Described by our reviewer as a “…beautiful book for children”  and “…one that becomes a family heirloom.”  A definite must read.  

 

 

This month we introduce a new addition to PaganPagesOrg: Going Shamanic RadioYou can find the station segments under the articles section on the right hand side.  There will be a new broadcast each month Hosted by Jennifer Engracio.  This month’s topic?  What is Shamanism.

 

 

This month, Worth the Witch dives into 4 Amazing and Different Boxes sent to us by Forevrgoddess Boutique just in time for the Holiday Season to give you the scoop on some nice Yule gifts and deals.  

 

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Right about now is when we would like to thank all of our readers for Blessing us.  You like us, you really like us!!  And we love you!!

 

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October, 2017

 

 

 

 

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Cover art: The God & Goddess    By: Sondra Hefner of NautyCrow Studio
I don’t always know where a painting will end up when I start. I wanted this one to express the balance I try to maintain in my life and hopefully also express some love.

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Welcome to the October/Samhain Issue of PaganPagesOrg.  

This month we are fit to Burst with great Information, Spells, Book Reviews, and So Much More!  Including all the information you could possibly need for Samhain

Here is a peek at what’s inside:

 

 

Samhain, for many on a Pagan path, is “the biggy”, the festival of all festivals, and much of this is to do with the day’s association with the dead and thus ghosts, spirits and other things otherworldly. Thus begins a Book Excerpt from “A Modern Celt” by Mabh Savage, Titled “Day of the Dead“.  Click HERE to read more.

 

While Samhain most often involves honoring the ancestors and divination, the night is also the eve of the new year.  So our Spell Columnist Lynn Woike Shares a Ritual for Releasing the Old Year in SpellCrafting: Spells & Rituals

 

Do Witches use Pinterest?  Do they like it?  What types of information do they find on Pinterest and is it helpful?  The Bad Witch’s Guide Takes on Pinterest this month, Let’s see what Lucy Drake has to say.  

 

“Magic exists everywhere around us, and Leafar draws on many cultures and traditions when showing how to tap into it.” This month we review The Magical of Crafting Charm Bags: 100 Mystical Formulas for Success, Love, Wealth, and Wellbeing by Elohim Leafar.  A must read review!  

 

We constantly miss the ones we love who have passed.  Samhain is the perfect time to sit back, relax, meditate, and have a nice conversation with them!  Try A Time to Talk to Dead People Meditation.

 

In this month’s Worth the Witch, we review Spiritual Wake’s Mystery Witch Box, so have a read and find out if it’s worthy of this witch. 

All this and SOOO much more!!  

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September, 2017

 

 

 

 

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Cover art by Angie Yelton: 

Clay has been my passion for as long as I can remember. At FalconFire Ceramics Studio, I’m able to let shine the eclectic paganism that I embrace. Nothing is more grounding than molding beautiful art from Mother Earth. I don’t follow a specific pantheon, I honor different god/desses as they make themselves known. I’ve recently become interested in Khnum, the Egyptian god of pottery and creation.”

 

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Welcome to our September/Mabon Issue which is sure to please! This month we are filled to the brim & bursting with Book Reviews, Interviews, New Columns, and Your Monthly Favorites.  A Peek at what’s inside…

 

 

In “Seeing the Signs“, this month, Polly MacDavid reviews the beautiful Spirit Cats Deck by Nicole Piar.

 

 

 

“Rituals, History, aromatherapy, crystals, candle magic, spiritual alchemy, potions, tinctures, herbs and recipes are just some of the topics covered in this hardcover book…” begins Lynn Woike’s Review of “The Good Witch’s Guide“.  Making us want to dive right into the wealth of information.  Have a read at what else Lynn has to say.

 

 

 

Star Casas honors us with an excerpt from her upcoming book “Old Style Conjure: Hoodoo, Rootwork, & Folk Magick.”  The piece is entitled “The Foundation of Conjure” and is a must read for anyone interested in the subject. 

 

 

 

 

Worth the Witch” is a new column that will focus each month on reviewing a new Pagan Owned Business that offers subscription based or mystery packages to Witches. This month, find out our thoughts on WitchBox

 

 

 

Saoirse has been honored with an interview with Aidan Kelly; Elder, writer, teacher, member of Covenant of the Goddess, and The New Reformed Orthodox order of The Golden Dawn. Their talk includes the naming of Mabon and his Eleusinian ritual for the Mabon Sabbat, all in her column “Celebrating the Old Ways in New Times.”

 

 

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