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!
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
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
Not only is this the best Almanac for Pagans and Witches, it is an almanac for Practically everyone! Even better, the authors who do all of the astrological calculations are from Arkansas, and all data is set for Central Time (with Daylight Savings included!). No matter what your spiritual path may be, this is an … Read moreAn Almanac for Arkansas Pagans!
While few things can compete with the beauty of an elaborately ribboned May Pole, there are those of us who do not live near a group of people we can practice with, are not open with our beliefs, or simply don’t have the land to erect a pole on. If any of these situations apply … Read moreThe May Day Basket
As societies and cultures change and adapt, so do the ways that people practice their faith. In recent years American culture has slowly but steadily been moving towards an embracing of the LGBT community. In 2015 the United States Supreme Court ruled the banning of same-sex marriage by states as unconstitutional and therefore gave the … Read moreHomosexuality in Paganism: Deities Love the Same Sex, Too
With the Vernal Equinox fast approaching (that’s March 20th, dears), it’s time to grab our bottles of vinegar, bowls of lemons, and get down to spring cleaning! It’s important to apply some elbow grease to spiritual matters, too, not just your laundry room. We’ve rounded up some great links to help you get in tip-top … Read moreThe Spring Roundup
I grew up with the Greek deities. Not literally, of course. I’m not sure I would have survived Apollo’s wedgies, or Zeus’ discipline, or even sharing a bathroom with Aphrodite (imagine waiting to use the potty while She fixed her hair). No, when I say I grew up with them, I mean their stories. I … Read moreStraight from the Source: Personal Gnosis in Paganism
(Fayetteville, Arkansas) The ancient practices of the Druids have been told throughout history. The stories of travelers, healers, and those who call upon the spirits and Gods around us have been chronicled for hundreds of years. One group in Arkansas has claimed these ancient ways for their practice and have provided the services of … Read moreÁr nDraíocht Féin: Druid Fellowship in NWA
I’ll admit it, I’m a diehard Vikings fan, and not just for the gorgeous men The History Channel likes to trot across my screen (seriously, have you seen Clive Standen as Rollo? No? Google him. Don’t worry, I’ll wait). One of the things I love most about the show is the way its women … Read moreThe Shieldmaiden Workout