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  • Whispers on the Wind – because, eventually, everyone always talks to Vinnie.  Personal musings on Paganism, Wicca, Italic Craft, and whatever takes my fancy.
  • Eight Feasts – I’ve had a pagan spiritual practice since about 1970 and have been studying and teaching ever since. In the early 1990’s, my working partner and I started leading public events (Sabbats, Esbats, and classes) at Arsenic & Old Lace when it was a brick & mortar shop Cambridge and Brookline for a number of years.
    One of my passions has always been studying the relationship between our surviving customs & traditions and their roots in the practices that were integral – and necessary – to our ancestors’ everyday lives. Our spiritual interpretations of these practices are profoundly meaningful for us, but I believe that they originated in the practicalities of living in close partnership with the Earth, Her cycles, and Her gifts.
    I was finally motivated to round out my experiential knowledge with academic study (I love primary texts!) by earning a BA from Harvard with a concentration in Celtic Studies. I’m always looking for similarities, rather than differences, in all the belief systems that I learn about.
  • Deborah Lipp – Deborah Lipp is the author of five books: The Study of Witchcraft, Elements of Ritual, The Way of Four, The Way of Four Spellbook and The Ultimate James Bond Fan Book. One of these things is not like the other. Deborah became a Gardnerian Witch in 1982 and a High Priestess in 1986, and has been teaching Wicca and running Pagan circles ever since. She’s been published in many Pagan publications, including newWitch, The Llewellyn Magical Almanac, Pangaia, Green Egg, and The Druid’s Progress, as well as Mothering Magazine. She is also a lifetime member of Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF) and was on the original Board of Directors of that organization. She has lectured at numerous Pagan festivals on a variety of topics.
  • T. Thorn Coyle – T. Thorn Coyle is a Magic Worker, Mystic, and Pagan. An internationally respected teacher and author, her work focuses on the alchemy that occurs when we open ourselves fully to our humanity in our quest for Divine knowledge.  In combining art and science, magic and mystery, body and soul, practice and ecstasy, she has created a unique body of work that has touched the lives of many seekers, artists, activists, parents and other change-makers.  A student of the Craft for more than 25 years, she is an initiate of the Feri Tradition (her religious home), Reclaiming, and the Mevlevi Order of America. Thorn combines her esoteric studies, work with her Gods and Guides, and years of practice, to form a teaching that honors the fertile dark and the limitless light. Citing her primary influences as G. I. Gurdjieff and Victor and Cora Anderson, she continues her spiritual studies in many traditions.
  • Raven and Stephanie Grimassi – Award-winning author Raven Grimassi is the author of seven books on Wicca and Witchcraft, including Wiccan Mysteries (awarded Best Book of the Year & Best Spirituality Book 1998 by the Coalition of Visionary Retailers), Wiccan Magick, Italian Witchcraft (previously titled Ways of the Strega), Hereditary Witchcraft, Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft (awarded Best Non-Fiction Book 2001 by the Coalition of Visionary Retailers), Beltane, and the forthcoming title The Witches’ Craft (October 2002).
  • Ellen Dugan – I am Ellen Dugan, the “Garden Witch”. I am an author, a psychic-clairvoyant and a practicing Witch for twenty-six years. I am also a Master Gardener and I teach classes on flower folklore and gardening at a community college. I am the author of the following Llewellyn books; Garden Witchery: Magick from the Ground Up Elements of Witchcraft; Natural Magick for Teens 7 Days of Magic: Spells, Charms & Correspondences for the Bewitching Week Cottage Witchery: Natural Magick for Hearth and Home Autumn Equinox: The Enchantment of Mabon The Enchanted Cat: Feline Fascinations, Spells & Magick Herb Magic for Beginners: Down-to-Earth Enchantments Natural Witchery:Intuitive, Personal & Practical Magick How to Enchant a Man: Spells to Bewitch Bedazzle & Beguile Garden Witch’s Herbal: Green Magick, Herbalism & Spirituality Book of Witchery: Spells, Charms & Correspondences for Every day of the Week.
  • Christopher Penczak – I’m a modern witch living in New Hampshire with my partners, RPG author Steve Kenson ( and witch, professional psychic and Reiki Master Adam Sartwell. I’m an ordained minister focusing on the pagan and gay communities, teaching classes on witchcraft, magick and healing, as well as writing books such as The Inner Temple of Witchcraft, The Outer Temple of Witchcraft, The Temple of Shamanic Witchcraft, Gay Witchcraft, Instant Magick, City Magick, Spirit Allies, and Sons of the Goddess.
  • Morven Westfield – I’m the author of two novels featuring vampires, witches, and geeks: DARKSOME THIRST and THE OLD POWER RETURNS, in which a geek and her witch friends encounter and sometimes battle vampires. I also produce a podcast called Vampires, Witches, and Geeks which features news and interviews about – you guessed it – vampires, witches, and geeks .
  • The Mystic Dream at Feri Tradition – Feri Tradition is changing… soon to debut its new website, with an updated look and more of the quality content that inspires your Feri practice. We will be utilizing this blog as an adjunct to our website, and will be uploading many of the articles found on our website so that more people than ever may have access to them.
  • Society of Diana at Society of Diana – Beth is one of the founders of the NJ-based Society of Diana, where she teaches and facilitates classes in the tools and ways of La Vecchia. Growing up in Brooklyn with her extended family was a magical adventure; she learned the old songs, dances, healing ways, and customs from both Sicily and Naples. Her family tradition, of which she now serves as Sacerdotessa, remains the core of her current practice.
  • (Frater.Barrabbas) at Talking About Ritual Magick – This blog is used to discuss various issues and topics pertinent to ritual magick and ritual magicians as proposed by Frater Barrabbas Tiresius – author, witch and ritual magick practitioner.
  • The Wild Hunt at The Wild Hunt – Since launching “The Wild Hunt” in 2004, Jason Pitzl-Waters has become one of the leading voices for analysis and insight into how modern Pagan faiths are represented within the mainstream media. In addition, “The Wild Hunt” has also conducted in-depth interviews with prominent figures within modern Paganism, academia, and religion journalism. Jason wants to raise the level of discourse and journalism on important issues within the modern Pagan and Heathen communities, while advocating a broader commitment to encouraging religious multiplicity and solidarity (where appropriate) with surviving indigenous and non-monotheistic faith groups.
  • Sarah Anne Lawless – A professional artist, writer, and herbalist, Sarah’s work has been published in various books and magazines such as: Serpent SongsHoofprints in the WildwoodThe CauldronWitches & Pagans, and Clavicula Nox. She is a carver, painter, and illustrator working in the mediums of bone, wood, ink and paint creating original artwork, talismans, and ritual tools. Sarah is an animist, witch, folk magician, and herbwife with a love of otherworldly beauty, folklore, mythology, poisonous plants, wildcrafting, wild places, and bones.
  • The Fluid Druid – Fluid Druid’s Pagan Portal runs articles and blogs from some of the top Pagan news sources and blogs on the internet. We also have links to many great Pagan/Neo-Pagan/Heathen websites.



Our Lord & Lady of the Trinacrian Rose Church and Grove is a Pagan church based in Salem (Boston & vicinity), Massachusetts (USA). We honor the Earth Mother and the Sky Father in their many forms. We follow the ways of the Craft as taught by the Sicilian Strega. We are a formal church body under MGL Chapter 180.

Temple of Diana, Inc. is dedicated to the Continental European Craft, with a particular focus upon European Mysteries and Hermeticism as taught during the Italian Reniassance. While the Temple’s official pantheon encompasses a Southern Itallic framework, individual members are encouraged to work with the Deities (generally European or Middle Eastern) that call to them individually, our Priestesses and Priests all follow their own individual paths while working as a body to honour the Gods herein. Temple of Diana, Inc. is a Non-Profit, 501 (c) 3, Religious Organization Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Mass and with a Chapter in Ohio.

The Society of Elder Faiths (SEF) is a Pagan religious organization incorporated as a church under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The SEF was founded by elders of five Wiccan covens in order to provide services to the local Pagan community which require a larger scale, more formal organizational structure than our individual covens can comfortably offer. The SEF exists to worship the Goddess and the Old Gods, to teach the principles of our faith, to celebrate the rites of our religion, to realize fellowship and unity within our membership and among the elder faiths, to render loving service to the Earth and all Her inhabitants, to train and ordain clergy of our faith, and to promote the understanding of our faith.

EarthSpirit Community was founded in 1980, with the goal of helping to create an active Pagan community in New England. This having been achieved, EarthSpirit has turned its primary focus toward work to help develop Pagan concepts and attitudes for living in the present age, to encourage communication and understanding among people of different traditions and ideologies, to provide opportunities for shared spiritual experience, and to help educate the general public concerning Earth-centered spirituality.

Covenant of the Goddess was founded in 1975 to increase cooperation among Witches and to secure for Witches and covens the legal protection enjoyed by members of other religions. The Covenant publishes a newsletter; issues ministerial credentials on request to qualified persons; sponsors a national festival each summer; and encourages networking nationally, as well as regionally through local councils.

The Temple of Nine Wells – ATC is a public Wiccan congregation currently administrated by Rev. Richard Ravish, H.P & Rev. Amy ‘Gypsy’ Ravish, H.Ps. The TNW was founded in 1992 e.v. by Rev. Laurie Cabot, now H.Ps. Emeritas, as a focus for worship and to facilitate a multi-traditional practice of the religion of Witchcraft in order to best serve the spiritual needs of the growing Wiccan community in Salem, Massachussetts. As a chartered affiliate of The Aquarian Tabernacle Church, we welcome all to our rites who share the common goal of celebrating the ancient nature festivals and commemorating the sacred cycles and seasons of life, as did our spiritual ancestors in Northern Europe and the British Isles.

The Aquarian Tabernacle Church the “ATC,” or sometimes just “The Tab” is the creation of Pete Pathfinder Davis, who serves as Archpriest along with Deborah K. Hudson, who is Archpriestess of the tradition worldwide. ATC is based on English Traditional Wicca, with a focus of serving the larger Pagan communities by providing open worship opportunities to the public, education, interfaith liaison, and in general, providing the infrastructure available to the followers of most faiths, but previously just not available to Wiccans and Pagans. Things like major Sabbat festivals, full and new moon worship, a place to gather, a lending library, and many other services associated with faith communities.

The Witches’ Voice (AKA WitchVox) offers the latest in news (updated daily) and extensive networking related to the Modern Pagan Community. What We Offer: We feature a solid weekly update that celebrates all that is good in our community. We feature several monthly series detailing many of the specific factions and opinions of the Community. TWV also features solid essays from both young and old. We have captured the recent history (5 years worth) with our weekly news/updates. We have cataloged over 4,500 news items of interest to the community at large. All of this information is searchable from the footers of ALL of the pages.
A networking place for the Pagan and Occult Community. With over 15000 members has active forums, blogs, discussions, and groups.

Alltop – All the top Pagan news
Find all of your pagan news in one easy place. Alltop aggregates current news items from all of the popular pagan news sites including such gems as The Wild Hunt, Radical Goddess Thealogy, Medusa Coils, and The Gods are Bored.

Copper Moon E-zine is “A Witch’s Publication for Teens and Early Twenties”. We are a weekly magazine dedicated to Wiccans and Witches in their teens and early twenties. For several years we have catered to young people and their interest in the Craft. Our features include articles, author interviews and book reviews.

Salem Tarot – Explore Salem, Tarot, and Witchcraft at this site presented by Christian Day, Salem Witch Elder and co-founder of Festival of the Dead.

Festival of the Dead Halloween is the time of year when the shades of the dead whisper from forgotten places and spirits walk among us. The Witches of Salem honor this time with Festival of the Dead, an annual event series that explores death’s macabre customs, heretical histories, and strange rituals. Presented by Salem Witch Christian Day and hosted by the foremost authorities on the spirit world, Festival of the Dead beckons guests to step through the veil into a realm where spirits await.

A.C.E. – Association for Conciousness Exploration
Here you will find access to information about A.C.E.’s festivals and events, whether happening at our Starwood Center or other beautiful locations in the Great Lakes region – including the Starwood Festival in New York State.

Brushwood Folklore Center
Home of the Sirius Rising and Summerfest Festivals, Brushwood Folklore Center, LLC is a campground and events center that supports and encourages a community focused on creative and spiritual growth. Summers at Brushwood are filled with laughter in the campsites, friendly conversations, quiet walks in the woods; as well as bonfires, drumming, and dancing. Whether you are interested in a relaxing weekend in the country, or the excitement of an eclectic festival, Brushwood is the place to be. This is our 21st year of festivals at Brushwood with friends and family.