On his Intersections blog, Temple member Tim Titus explores the courage to express your ideas with Leo Minister Mark Bilokur.
“The essence of gratitude is a law of Nature that never ceases to offer its vibration.” – Sylvie Olivier For many of us in the Modern Pagan or Witchcraft Traditions, the thought of saying Grace at the beginning of our meals makes us tense up. Scars of past spiritual practices have muddied a very beautiful […]
On his Intersections blog, Temple member Tim Titus gets the perspective of Cancer Minister Silver Lyons about the secular and spiritual need for feminism.
by Christopher Penczak Since starting the Temple of Witchcraft I’ve had the opportunity to help host, yet step back from, a lot of the public rituals and allow Alix Wright in the Pisces Ministry to organize the yearly sabbats for the Temple in Southern New Hampshire. Previous to that I was the celebrant at Unicorn […]
Gemini 2015: Templefest! In their Gemini 2015 episode of “Voices of the Temple,” host Adam Sartwell talks with our Templefest coordinators about the upcoming summer festival, which promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The Temple of Witchcraft is proud to support a new media project by Raven and Stephanie Grimassi called “Ever Ancient, Ever New: Witchcraft by the Hearthside”. The project is crowdfunding to produce a two-hour DVD documentary using the ancient art of storytelling to explore the roots of Witchcraft up through modern practice. You can find […]
Would you or a friend like to receive distance healing as a supplement to your other healing treatment? The Healing Case Study Group of the Temple of Witchcraft is looking for volunteer subjects who have a physical condition or disease to receive this distance healing from its members. For one month, you can bask in […]
Inked by Ashara Mayim The pain on the back of my shoulder is bad, but far from unbearable. Occasionally on the physical plane I feel the needle hit a bundle of nerves and the stinging becomes particularly sharp. I might squeeze the hand holding mine or kick my legs, but I’m not all there. […]
On his Intersections blog, Temple member Tim Titus talks to Temple co-founder and Gemini leader minister Steve Kenson about diversity and the values and challenges of technology for witches in who desire social justice.
Few things speak of Beltane to me more than flowers. As the Spring sun kisses the emerald grass, it seems to leave a trail of yellow flowers behind. The cool May breeze spreads the floral perfume of these elegant color splashes that dot the newly green landscape. You can’t attend a single Beltane or Spring […]