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Make a Berry Bracelet for Lammas

In parts of Ireland, it was tradition to weave a bracelet of bilberries for your lover. Here's how you can put one together.

Lammas History: Welcoming the Harvest

Ever wonder why Lammas is such a big deal in some Pagan traditions? Learn about the history of Lammas and how harvest festivals have been documented back thousands of years.

Pagans and Recovery

Traditional 12-Step programs aren't typically designed for people on a Pagan path. Here are some resources for Pagans seeking support in their recovery process.

Healing Magic

Are you interested in different forms of healing magic? Let's take a look at some of the various methods used around the world.

All About Lammas (Lughnasadh)

Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, falls at the beginning of the harvest season. Learn about traditions and rituals for celebrating this early harvest holiday.

Why People Sometimes Leave Paganism

We often talk about why people are drawn towards Pagan faiths, but what about people who leave Paganism? Their reasons are as varied as the people themselves.

The Aonach Tailteann Games

In Ireland, the Lammas season was celebrated with the Aonach Tailteann games. Let's take a look at this event, and see why it was important to Irish culture.

Disposal of Ritual Offerings

Wondering what to do with offerings or spell components? Your disposal method may vary depending on the type of offering you've made, and what its purpose actually is.

What is a Psychic Empath?

Some people are known as empaths, which means they are sensitive to the energy and emotions of others. Let's look at empathic ability in more detail.

What is a Clairvoyant?

There are many different types of psychic abilities. Some people are known as clairvoyants, which means they have an ability to "see" things. Let's look at clairvoyancy in more detail.

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