(This month’s cover graphic is created by 11 year old artist Lilia Portuguez. She enjoys drawing and playing with her cat. Do you have Pagan art you would like to share? email us at [email protected])
This June Issue of PaganPagesOrg is full of all the articles, information, book reviews, & interviews you have come to know and love us for, plus, 2 new columns to welcome!
First we are pleased to introduce to our readers, “The Bad Witch’s Guide“, by our newest columnist Lucy Drake. Are you a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?
Second, our own Imelda Almqvist, shares her Shamanic Experiences, Dreams, & Journeys with us through her own Videos in a New Column.
We are so lucky this month! Author Jennifer Engrácio has graced PaganPagesOrg Readers with a Book Excerpt on Ancestors from her amazing book, “Dreaming of Cupcakes: A Food Addict’s Shamanic Journey into Healing.”
This month we have an interview with Evernia Fay: The life & Craft of this Connecticut Witch are One.
And our Lynn Woike has a wonderful chat with Tess Ahlberg, who knows just the right way to attract the Fae with her Faery Houses, in her column WitchCrafting: crafts for witches.
Trapped in our book reviews section, screaming to get out are reviews of…
Pagan Magic of the Northern Tradition; Customs, Rites and Ceremonies by Nigel Pennick. In this book Pennick describes how magic was deeply embedded in the everyday life of pre-Christian societies in Northern Europe. People believed in magic both because it worked and because their whole worldview was inherently magical. In this book Pennick examines the underlying principles of this work and how different forms of magic are powered and used.
Epona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts by P.D. Mackenzie Cook. Mr. Cook’s love of Epona shines forth in every word, as he discusses Her symbolism, the animals and plants associated with Her, as well as, of course, the symbolism of the horse.
“Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic” by Leanna Greenaway is reviewed in the column SpellCrafting: Spells & Rituals. Leanna Greenaway offers a comprehensive introduction. Her book takes readers from the early steps – relating Wiccan beliefs, the sabats and setting up an altar – through more than a dozen important topics including the significance of botanicals, the meaning of animals, and correspondences
And last, but certainly not least,
The Seven Archetypal Stones: Their Spiritual Powers and Teachings, featured in the Crystal Connections Column. What makes this book special is that it focuses specifically on seven minerals, Obsidian, Jade, Lapis Lazuli, Emerald, Amethyst, Quartz and Diamond. Published by Destiny Books, and written by Nicholas Pearson, this 293 page book offers an in depth exploration that includes each stones spiritual uses, history, lore, chemical make up and geology.
Join us on Facebook , Twitter , & Our Google+ Community!!