The Equinox Sabbat is Upon Us!

Blessed Autumnal Equinox - Mabon

The Autumnal Equinox is Monday, September 23, 2019 at just after 2:50 am.  This Sabbat is celebrated by many Witches, Pagans, and Heathens around the world.  Each individual and every tradition may have a special name for this celestial event, but it is often referred to as Mabon.  This name was carefully chosen by Aidan … Read moreThe Equinox Sabbat is Upon Us!

Requirements for Pagan & Heathen Listings

Declaration 127

The overwhelming majority of groups and individuals we encounter in Pagan and Heathen circles do not promote hate.  This is simply a general notice regarding the very few exceptions that appear on the fringes of any group of humans. We will not promote, associate, or do business with groups or individuals that include racial exclusivity … Read moreRequirements for Pagan & Heathen Listings

Nag Champa Incense (Satya Sai Baba)

Book Genres or Other: PRODUCTSThe most popular incense in the world that gained popularity when it was burned at Grateful Dead concerts.Once my most beloved incense, the quality of this Nag Champa has declined over the years. This is due primarily to the rarity and high cost of several key ingredients. Rather than raise the … Read moreNag Champa Incense (Satya Sai Baba)

Traditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide

Author: Thorn MooneyPublished: 7/8/2018Format: PaperbackA Down-to-Earth Guide to Traditional Wicca While there are many powerful variations of contemporary Witchcraft, traditional Wicca offers unique experiences for those who seek it out. This book explores structured, coven-based styles of Wicca, in which the practitioners typically trace initiatory lineages back to Wicca’s early founders. Discussing covens, initiations, lineages, … Read moreTraditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide

Arkansas Pagans in the News

Community Garden Basket of Vegetables

KAIT (ABC affiliate) reporter Miranda Reynolds covers the work of the The Southern Delta Church of Wicca – Aquarian Tabernacle Church in Lake City, Arkansas. The church has started a community garden to benefit low-income families and elderly residents on fixed incomes. Rev. Terry Riley says that the goal is to get people to work … Read moreArkansas Pagans in the News

Jumping On Board or Shall We Say Broom, Our New Co-Editor Karrie Russell

Karrie Russell, co-editor of Arkansas Pagans, since July 2019, a brilliant site that brings pagan news and updates to the community. Karrie is the Vice President of Hot Springs Area Pagans here in Arkansas. She is a current and longtime administrator for her Pagan group. She also works with Arkansas Pagan Pride to help bring … Read moreJumping On Board or Shall We Say Broom, Our New Co-Editor Karrie Russell

Meet & Greet: Asatruar, Pagans, Anyone!

The Asatru Community

Come build a community offline in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 19th, 2019.  We will meet from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Ramada Limited on 8 Shackleford drive. Saturday’s meeting is an informal, family-friendly meet-up.  The Asatru Community has a new Ambassador in Arkansas and we want to connect with all Asatruar, Heathens, Pagans … Read moreMeet & Greet: Asatruar, Pagans, Anyone!

Pagan Picks: Top Notch Articles to Read

Pagan Picks: Links for great reading this week.

Sorting through thousands of websites to find a gem is time-consuming.  When we discover such gems we share them here in Pagan Picks.  Happy browsing! They are not Asatru: Wow, this one is insightful.  It starts out a bit choppy so give yourself three full paragraphs to get the feel for the article.  Once you … Read morePagan Picks: Top Notch Articles to Read